The Diffusion Platform includes the “NIST/QIBA Diffusion Phantom” and companion qCal-MR® QC automation software. Standardize and quantify diffusion-weighted imaging.
Use for longitudinal and multi-site comparison.
Incredible Insights, Invariably Reliable
Diffusion-weighted imaging provides insights into the state of the human brain that is difficult to achieve with traditional grayscale MRI. Brain cancers, ischemic strokes, and much more can be detected and monitored before a patient’s health is severely affected.
Standardizing an MRI scanner’s ADC outputs using the CaliberMRI Diffusion Phantom is your first step toward making incredible brain health insights.
Developed in collaboration with QIBA, NIST, and NCI
Expand Temperature Range Capabilities
MRI standardization just got even easier with the integration of CaliberMRI’s patented LC MR-Readable Thermometer, developed in collaboration with NIST*. Now qMRI advancers can standardize between 15°C and 24°C while simultaneously scanning the Diffusion Phantom.
*This product is covered by United States patent number 10,809,331.
Automate Diffusion QC
With CaliberMRI’s qCal-MR Software, you can compare your MRI measurement outputs with NIST-traceable values and share studies with qMRI research colleagues globally.
The CaliberMRI Diffusion Phantom contains PVP human tissue mimic solutions of varying concentrations so researchers are confident their MRI scanners are interpreting water movement related to water’s interaction with tissues in the human brain.
- With its 194 mm diameter, the Diffusion Phantom is capable of fitting in most MRI scanners on the market.
- Contains ten 30 mL vials filled with aqueous PVP solutions at varying concentrations from 10% up to 50% w/w so users can take accurate and precise ADC measurements.
- Contains three 30 mL distilled H2O vials for water reference and 5 mL H2O vials that extend above the ten 30 mL vials that act as fiducial markers when examining MR images.
With your phantom’s unique serial number, you can instantly view its reference measurement data.