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Dispensing Xenon Xe-133 Gas

October 26, 2015
Ann Marie Alessi, BS, CNMT, NCT, RT(N), Product Sales Manager, Nuclear Medicine, Biodex Medical Systems, Inc.

Xenon Xe-133 Gas is supplied in a mixture of xenon gas (5%) in carbon dioxide (95%). It is contained within septum sealed glass vials and has been proven valuable in the diagnostic evaluation of pulmonary function and imaging of the lungs, as well as assessment of cerebral blood flow. >>

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