Neoprobe launches radiation monitor:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Neoprobe has launched its portable radioisotope detector. The hand-held medical device can be used externally or intraoperatively to track an injected radiopharmaceutical within the body. It has three interchangeable probe tips, all of which contain highly sensitive cadmium zinc telluride crystals which detect all commercially available radioisotopes.
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