Mediso Medical Equipment Developing and Service Ltd. (located in Budapest, Hungary) is one of the world's largest suppliers of single and multiple modality medical imaging devices and systems. The company was founded in 1990 by experts from the leading imaging research and manufacturing company in Europe, carrying on their proficiency in developing and producing nuclear medicine imaging equipment since 1960.
The company offers complete solutions from hardware design to evaluation and quantification software both for clinical patient care and high-level life science research.
In addition to a unique 3-modality clinical SPECT-CT-PET hybrid system, Mediso also offers the world's first preclinical integrated PET/MRI and SPECT/MRI system. These products are part of the nanoScan® high-end small animal imager family, which now includes SPECT/MRI, PET/MRI, SPECT/CT and PET/CT products. Mediso products are available throughout the world and can be obtained directly from the parent company or through a network of distributors. There are currently more than 1000 imaging systems operating in more than 85 countries around the world.
Clinical Diagnostics and CRO Partners
Mediso has developed special partnerships with preclinical imaging contract research organizations (CROs) and leading molecular imaging centers in both the preclinical and clinical domains. Partnerships in preclinical development are in place with CROmed, the Karolinska Institute, and Semmelweis University. Clinical research partnerships have been formed with Scanomed, the University of Debrecen Medical School and the Hungarian National Institute of Neuroscience. These relationships provide a vital drive to Mediso's development activities as well as invaluable feedback and improved insight into users’ needs.
Customer focused support
Mediso-affiliated subsidiaries and our world-wide distributor network are backed by strong factory support from the company headquarters. Our integrated global organization ensures close contact with our customers and quick, professional response to their requests for technical service and application support. We at Mediso are proud to serve physicians and researchers worldwide, with more than 100 preclinical and 900 clinical systems in 86 countries.
- 86 countries
- 100+ preclinical systems
- 900+ clinical systems
In 60 other countries Mediso is represented by local companies, who have many years of experience in sales and service in nuclear medicine. For further information about your local business partner please contact Mediso Ltd. through any of the available channels.
Clinical Products in North America
The Medical Devices manufactured by Mediso are distributed by
- Absolute Imaging Solutions in the United States: CardioDESK Dual-Head Cardiac SPECT Camera and AnyScan® S, Single-Head and Dual-Head Large Field-of-View General Purpose SPECT Cameras
- Harpell Associates Inc. in Canada: Complete AnyScan® family
2012 Frost & Sullivan 2012 European Preclinical Imaging New Product Innovation Award
2011 Launch of nanoScan® preclinical PET/MRI
2011 Grand prize of innovation 2010 (NanoPET™ /CT)
2010 Introduction and installation of AnyScan® SC ”CT-FIRST” CT/SPECT units
2009 Inauguration of Mediso Reference Multimodality Diagnostic, Research & Training Centre
2009 New Mediso product the NanoPET/CT™ preclinical PET-CT
2008 Frost & Sullivan 2008 European Medical Imaging Entrepreneurial Company of the Year Award
2008 Launching of AnyScan® the first real triple-modality human SPECT-CT-PET of the world
2007 Mediso takes the Nuclear Medicine clinical diagnostic service profile acquiring of PET-CT Ltd.
2007 Production of the first Mediso human SPECT/CT
2006 Grand Prize of Innovation 2006 (NanoSPECT/CT®)
2006 Manufacturing of the first Mediso preclinical SPECT/CT
2000 ISO 13485 certification of the company
2000 ISO 9001 and MDD certification of the company
2000 Launching the Nucline™ SPIRIT DH-V variable angle dual head camera
1998 Special Prize of the President of Hungary (X-Ring-R)
1998 Mediso acquired the Nuclear Medicine Branch of Gamma Works, the dominant experts joined Mediso
1996 Release of the first SPECT camera Nucline™ X-Ring-R
1994 Manufacturing of the first Mediso gamma camera
1990 Foundation of Mediso Medical Imaging Systems
1972 Gamma Works released its first Nuclear Medicine imager with digital processing
1960 Gamma works forms nuclear equipment manufacturing profile
1943 George Hevesy receives Nobel Price for developing the theory of In Vivo Tracer Techniques
1920 Foundation of Gamma Works