Hermes Medical Solutions


Recognised for over 40 years for clinical excellence and innovation, Hermes Medical Solutions provides a comprehensive range of independent, vendor-neutral software solutions for nuclear medicine and molecular imaging.

Hermes provides the clinical workflow for integration, visualisation, processing, reporting, and storage of image data from multiple modalities within nuclear medicine, molecular imaging and radiology.

At the Autumn BNMS we are proud to showcase our groundbreaking Affinity Viewer for molecular imaging. The Affinity Viewer accelerates your PET/CT, PET/MR, and SPECT/CT reporting turnaround times with extremely fast handling and a modern, intuitive and efficient user interface. Hermes offers a leading range of radionuclide therapy and dosimetry software to help you personalise treatment for your patients, including Voxel Dosimetry with Monte Carlo dose simulation and theranostics dose prediction, organ dosimetry using industry standard OLINDA/EXM, and SUV-SPECT® quantitative SPECT reconstruction suitable for any radionuclide and camera.

Hermes also offers dedicated tools for reconstructing, visualizing and reporting Lung VQ SPECT and to automate Lung Lobar Quantification using CT-derived anatomical information.

Hermes Medical Solutions' leadership within nuclear medicine and molecular imaging has been built upon continual technological innovation, strong customer service, and clinical expertise. We offer the most comprehensive molecular imaging software suite for diagnosis and treatment planning, making precision personalised medicine a reality.

We welcome you to the Hermes virtual booth!

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Welcome to Hermes Affinity Viewer Voxel & Organ Dosimetry Hermes Products Video

 

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