PH-1

Multipurpose Chest Phantom N1 "LUNGMAN"

41337-100 with chest plate Quote

PH-1 is used in a study by the FDA to create a database of CT scans with different scanners and protocols, as a resource for assessment of lung nodule size estimation method.

  • COVID
  • pneumonia
  • tumor
Features 1. Radiation absorption and HU number approximate to human body, in an arms-abducted position suits the CT.
2.Simulated tumors and other targets can be attached at any points in the lung fields.
3. Wide variety of uses in interpretation training, anatomical education, evaluation and assessment of devices and other research.
Set includes 1 chest torso / 15 simulated tumors (15 variations 1 piece each) / 1 chest plate / 1 set of sample X-ray data (DVD) / manual
Size (approx.) W43xH48cm, chest girth 94cm / W16.9xH18.9in, chest girth 37inch
Packing size (approx.) W63 x D50 x H29cm / W24.8 x D19.7 x H11.4inch
Weight (approx.) 18kg / 39.6lb
Packing weight (approx.) 25kg / 55.1lb
Materials Soft tissue: urethane based resin (specific gravity: 1.06) / Synthetic bone: epoxy resin (specific gravity: 1.31) / *Phantom has no metal parts or liquid structure
Replacement parts 41337-010 Chest Plates for PH-1 / 41363-020 Carrying case for PH-1 / 41337-070 N1 Simulated tumors for PH-1
Production & Development Supervision Kiyoshi Murata, Professor, Department of Radiology, Shiga Medical University / Norihisa Nitta, Director of Angiography Center, Kyoto Okamoto Memorial Hospital
Publication references Xie, X., Zhao, Y., Snijder, R. A., van Ooijen, P. M., de Jong, P. A., Oudkerk, M., … Greuter, M. J. (2013). Sensitivity and accuracy of volumetry of pulmonary nodules on low-dose 16- and 64-row multi-detector CT: an anthropomorphic phantom study. European radiology, 23(1), 139‒147. doi:10.1007/s00330-012-2570-7 / Gomi, T., Nakajima, M., Fujiwara, H., Umeda, T. (2011) Comparison of Chest Dual-energy Subtraction Digital Tomosynthesis Imaging and Dual-energy Subtraction Radiography to Detect Simulated Pulmonary Nodules with and without Calcifications. Academic Radiology, 18(2), 191‒196. doi:10.1016/j.acra.2010.09.021
Update July 26, 2020

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