GE reports promising results for its flutemetamol training initiative

01/20/2013 | (free registration)

GE Healthcare reported that its electronic training program designed to improve the reading of results from PET imaging with its 18F-flutemetamol tracer yielded good results for inexperienced readers. The readers showed 94% sensitivity, 92% specificity, 87% positive predictive value and 96% negative predictive value in reading the images, company representatives said at a meeting on human amyloid visualization.

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