Dose Calibrator

The ionization chamber is an instrument designed to measure the number of ions within a medium. It usually consists of a housing filled with gas between two conductive electrodes (anode and cathode). When the gas between these electrodes is ionized in any way, such as gamma rays or other radioactive emission, the ions and dissociation electrons pass to the electrodes of opposite polarity, creating an instantaneous ionization that needs to be measured. Each ion precipitates or removes a small charge in or out of the electrode, so that the accumulated charge is proportional to the number of charged ions.

Ionization chambers are widely used in nuclear medicine to determine the exact activity of a radioactive dose intended for a patient and are better known as Dose Calibrators.

Product quality Capintec Inc. when it represents Kvark doo in our region, it has been proven in the world. All major centers in Serbia are equipped with the equipment of this manufacturer: the Institute of Oncology of Vojvodina, in Sremska Kamenica; Clinical Center Kragujevac; Clinical Center Nis; Clinical Center of Serbia; Clinical Center of Vojvodina; Special Hospital for Endemic Nephropathy, Lazarevac; Institute of Oncology and Radiology of Serbia and many other health institutions.