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Novel Method to Detect and Characterize F-18 FDG Infiltrations in PET Injections

Lucerno’s system for quality assurance for PET injections was featured in a poster presentation by Saint Louis University at the SNMMI mid-winter meeting in Phoenix.

Lucerno Dynamics of Morrisville received a $300,000 Strategic Growth Loan

The North Carolina Biotechnology Center announces loans and grants awarded in Q4 2016.

Lucerno Dynamics raises $6.3M

Lucerno announced today the completion of its series A equity funding round with a total $6.34 million raised. The news was covered by the The Triangle Business Journal and The News&Observer

Towards real-time topical detection and characterization of FDG dose infiltration prior to PET imaging

“Topical sensors applied near the injection site provide dynamic information from the time of FDG administration through the uptake period and may be useful in detecting infiltrations regardless of PET image field of view. This dynamic information may also complement the static PET image to better characterize the true extent of infiltrations.” Full Text (subscription required).

A Novel method for Whole-body dynamic imaging using Continuous Bed Motion PET/CT with non-invasive estimation of arterial input function using an external radiation detector device

“Further development of this technique may result in routine use of dynamic PET imaging to obtain improved quantitative imaging and more robust data comparison between patients.” Full Text

Non-invasive input function measurement using a modular detector device

“The presented device from Lucerno Dynamics, LLC, shows potential for use as a non-invasive method for determining arterial input functions for dynamic PET studies. This system may also obviate the need for “on the bed” injections and long 1 hour acquisitions to obtain image derived input functions. Further analysis is required to compare these methods with arterial blood sampling techniques.” Full Text

United States Patent

Lucerno Dynamics® first patent issued by USPTO.