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Hermes Story

“Dare to Dream & Discover with Hermes!”
 Hermes Medical Solutions (Nuclear Diagnostics AB) was established in Stockholm, Sweden in 1976 by Jan Bertling (Founder, CEO & President). In the same year, the company was the first to develop SPECT reconstruction software together with Dr. Stig Larsson, from Karolinska Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden and the first to develop dual head whole body scanning collaboratively with Dr. Karl-Johan Vikterlöf of Örebro, Sweden. The method developed by Dr. Larsson and Nuclear Diagnostics became an industry standard for single photon tomography, and Nuclear Diagnostics sold the first commercial tomographic software package, SPETS ITM, in 1978. Nuclear Diagnostics became the major supplier of software for the Gamma-11 system and supplied major nuclear medicine companies with software worldwide.

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Pictured above, Jan Bertling at the International Museum of Surgical Science and the opening of the MILESTONES IN MEDICAL IMAGING exhibit in Chicago, Illinois, USA

 

Since 1976, Hermes Medical Solutions has grown into an international company with worldwide headquarter in Stockholm, Sweden.

HERMES experience, proven history and success comes from playing a leading role in the development of cutting-edge innovations in the medical imaging analysis industry.

 

HERMES is the most well established and most experienced of any "Fusion" vendor in the world. In November 2004, the International Museum of Surgical Science, www.imss.org, in Chicago, Illinois, USA selected Hermes Medical Solutions (Nuclear Diagnostics) to be featured in an exhibit called MILESTONES IN MEDICAL IMAGING: from X-Ray to Nuclear Medicine which ran from November 30th, 2004 thru December 2005.

 

414HERMES was selected due to its unique contribution as the first company globally to commercially introduce medical image fusion software to the marketplace in 1992 together with collaborator Piotr See PDF for the original panel from the Milestone's Exhibit, which will be a permanent part of the International Museum's Collection. The ability to seamlessly integrate CT, MRI, PET and other imaging modalities has made HERMES the choice of more than 1,200 hospitals worldwide. HERMES is a global company present in over 30 countries.

 

 

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