We also recently unlocked the contrast mode for off-label abdominal use on a GE Logiq E9 without an IRB study. There was a fee, unfortunately.
University of Wisconsin Abdominal Imaging Fellow"
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I think it depends on the manufacture. I believe you need to pay extra money to get software for most of the machines. But some, i.e., Philips iU22 comes with contrast software installed, you don't need…"
Hello All,Have any of you had experience in getting the contrast package unlocked by the manufacturer for clinical off-label use outside of a IRB approved research study?Do they require some sort of IRB for this or they do not care since it is approved for cardiac use?Best wishes,TobiasSee More