Patient Radiation Exposure Monitoring System "onti"
The new system of medical exposure control called “onti” covers a wide range of radiation and radioactivity-based imaging tests. This system covers all elements of X-ray examinations, such as doses in nuclear medicine, and dose control. The system supports not only the recording of doses but also the evaluation, optimization and daily inspection tasks. Digitization provides a consistent sharing of information. As a result, operational efficiency and inspection quality can be improved. It complies with international standardization. “onti” will go one step ahead and strongly support the work of medical exposure dose control. It finds a dose that does not affect the daily diagnostic imaging. We pursue the use of smart information systems that enable us to understand the current situation, solve problems and check the outcome to perform that level of inspection. onti will continue to evolve.
Academic research using onti:
2022 ERF SNMMI-TS Professional Development Grant Award (National Cancer Center East. JAPAN)
Annals of Nuclear Medicine
The Journal of Nuclear Medicine
RSNA 2019 Educational Exhibit December 1–6, 2019. Chicago, IL.
SNMMI. Anaheim, CA ,June22-25, 2019
What are the advantages of using onti?
By using this product, accurate medical exposure data can be efficiently recorded and managed without burdening medical staff in accordance with international standard implemented in various countries.
- It can be performed at the appropriate radiation dose and radioactivity level according to the individual patient (Body size and Study description).
Medical exposure data can be handled with evidence that is in line with actual conditions, and can be used for research and other purposes.
Available for all modalities to which the patient is exposed (CT, DX, NM, etc.).
Use small information terminals that are easy to operate and efficient. Medical exposure data and radiopharmaceuticals can be strictly recorded and managed. The burden on medical personnel is extremely reduced.
The ability to compare the DRLs (diagnostic reference levels) established by each country with those of your own institution allows you to provide imaging examinations at an international level.
Electronic data showing medical exposure data and radiopharmaceutical practices and actual conditions can be collected efficiently and widely. This data can thus be used to confirm and revise consistency with guidelines and laws and regulations.
Know the proper use of evidence-based formulations, drug discovery, and user trends.
What is your facility's DRLs?
(DRL, Diagnostic Reference Levels)
Dose Info. Consumer
CT, CR, DX, MG, PX, RF, XA, PT, NM
- Safety Index (MR and US)
Size Specific Dose Estimates
SSDE (204 and 220).
New dose index for CT examinations.
Automatically analyzes and records water phantom scan images as a CT start-up inspection.
Automatically calculates the Noise Equivalent Count (NEC) and uptake time used in nuclear medicine examinations.
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What is a replication protocol?
"onti" is widely used in Japanese hospitals. The target product is "onti".
If your company purchases the replication protocol, you can implement all of the following rights. However, it is outside of Japan.
All program sources
Advice and assistance with medical exposure registries.
Your company can save development meetings, time, effort and costs.