Accurate and Safer

Diseases of the lung span a broad range of health conditions, from the common flu to a life-threatening pulmonary embolism.

Nuclear medicine procedures are used by physicians to identify or evaluate certain lung conditions by assessing the movement of air into and out of the bronchi and bronchioles and the blood flow within the lungs.

A Commitment to Supporting the Use of Nuclear Medicine in Lung Disease

Jubilant DraxImage is dedicated to providing the medical community with the radiopharmaceuticals that are essential to nuclear lung scans, such as macroaggregated albumin (MAA) and diethylene-triamine-pentaacetate (DTPA).

The sole supplier of MAA and DTPA in North America, Jubilant DraxImage is making significant investments in the nuclear medicine community to develop and maintain a robust supply chain for these vital products.

Learn more about pulmonary embolism and its diagnosis.

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