Siemens Symbia S Dual-Head Gamma Camera

The Siemens Symbia gamma-cams are another of the most used Siemens gamma-cams in the world. Siemens has provided several configurations of the Symbian nuclear medicine camera to meet the various requirements of nuclear medicine imaging. The Siemens Symbia gamma-camara has been offered in four different models by Siemens.
Single-head gamma camera or single head Siemens Symbia E
The Symbia E’s single-head core camera has the smallest size of the four mixed models of the Siemens Symbia E. The Single-Head core camera is suitable for general purpose shooting, featuring a relatively large gantry and fast collimator switching system called BICORE.
The Siemens Symbia E Dual Head
The dual-head Symbia E Dual-Head Variable Angle Camera, which enables the angles of the detectors in 180°, 90° and 76° to allow the system to prepare the sensitivity and power of the Gamacmera device for general scanning, cardiovascular, oncology and neurological scanning.
The Siemens Symbia S Dual Head Gamma Camera
Siemens’ dual-detector gammacamra camera has the same features as the Symbia E Dual-Head, but it also has a number of other additional features, including: It has an automatic collimator switching system, including an in-system ECG option and upgradeable to TruePoint SPECT-CT.
SPECT-CT System Symbia T (T2, T6, T16)
Siemens’ Symbia T system combines a dual-head variable angle gamma camera with a two-slice CT scanner for attenuation correction (piece T or T2=2), advanced imaging of oncology and neurology (with a T6 slice CT 6 slice) or excellent oncology coverage (using a T16 CT 16 slice machine).
The field of view of the Siemens Symbia gamma-camara is large and rectangular with dimensions of 53.3 cm x 38.7 cm with 59 PMT per detector.
The crystal used in the Siemens Symbia system is made of sodium iodide with a thickness of 9.5 mm or 15.9 mm and 59.1 x 44.5 cm.

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Symbia S: Accelerate your workflow.

Operational costs and workflow. Diagnosis and treatment. Time affects every aspect of daily imaging—from patients’ well-being to staff efficiency. Designed with these needs in mind, Symbia’s automation and fast image acquisition enable staff to perform at imaging speeds that were previously unattainable—which potentially leads to faster patient diagnosis and treatment and supports increased patient volumes.

SPECT Features and Specifications:

Gantry Dimensions Symbia S
Height 225 cm (7 ft 4.7 in)
Width 225 cm (7 ft 4.7 in)
Depth 193 cm (6 ft 4 in)
Axis of Rotation (from Floor) 104 cm (3 ft 5 in)
Weight* 2,369 kg (5,224 lbs)
Min./Max. Patient Opening (HE Coll) 12 cm (4.7 in)/65.4 cm (25.7 in)
Min./Max. Patient Opening (LEHR Coll) 19.2 cm (7.6 in)/72.6 cm (28.6 in)
Patient Positioning Monitor 38.1 cm (15 in) flat panel color LCD display
Tunnel Opening 102×78 cm (40.2×30.7 in)
Tunnel Length 44 cm (17 in)
SPECT Motions Symbia S
Average Autocontour Distance 1.1 cm (0.45 in)
Max. Radial and Lateral 72 cm/min (28.3 in/min)
Max. Lateral Position Left/Right 37.5 cm (14.7 in)/10 cm (4 in)
Max. Clockwise (CW)/Counter-Clock- Wise (CCW) Rotation Detector 1 405°/-135°
Ring Rotation Range 540°
Rotational Uniformity Yes
Rotational Accuracy 0.1°
Rotational Speed 0.03-3.0 RPM
Center of Rotation ≤0.25 pixel (64×64 matrix)
Max. Caudal Tilt +16°/-16°


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