Measuring radiation using the brightness of light.

How does it work?

DoseVue’s patented technology works using scintillators: materials which convert ionizing radiation into visible or near-visible light.

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When radiation hits the scintillator, the material fluoresces. The amount of light is proportional to the amount of radiation.

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The light emitted by the scintillators is converted into an electrical signal.

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By processing this signal, the dose rate of the radiation is quantified and presented in real-time by means of a user-friendly graphical interface

Compared to current commercially available passive detectors used for in-vivo dosimetry, DoseVue’s sensors:

Provide real time information

Aren’t angle and temperature dependent

Don’t require constant recalibration

Are small and easily positioned

Although scintillators can overcome some of these issues, they often present with other issues such as the stem effect. By maximizing signal-to-noise ratio using scintillators with a high yield and optimal emission wavelength, DoseVue has created accurate and user-friendly in-vivo dosimetry solutions.

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