The all-in-one molecular imaging software
The world of Nuclear Medicine/Molecular Imaging is constantly evolving and vendor-neutral Software is key to ensure you have the freedom to choose what your next step is going to be.
The vendor-neutral all-in-one suite for all your molecular imaging needs
Hermia is a sophisticated, state-of-the-art, vendor-neutral suite for molecular imaging that enables imaging professionals to streamline their workflows, increasing consistency and quality of clinical image review and reporting, whilst always keeping pace with the continual development of scanners, radiopharmaceuticals and imaging procedures in Nuclear Medicine and beyond.
Hermia facilitates fast and accurate reporting for all your clinical needs in planar Nuclear Medicine, PET, SPECT, CT and MRI, irrespective of camera manufacturer and delivered by flexible remote access solutions.
The good thing is that you can choose the clinical specialities and tools you need today and have the possibility to add more as you go.
Hermia offers a high-performance and highly intuitive software for the display and analysis of PET/CT, SPECT/CT and PET/MR.
Hermia's SPECT reconstruction is optimized for speed and a wide range of procedures, radio-pharmaceuticals and collimators, making it possible to improve image quality while reducing dose and acquisition time from all your SPECT/CT cameras.
Nuclear Medicine Processing
Hermia offers the most comprehensive Nuclear Medicine processing toolkit on the market. Dedicated CE-marked, fully validated applications, for all clinical specialties and all associated image data types.
Anatomically accurate lung function and volumes with Lung Lobe Quantification and fast and easy Lung SPECT VQ image display and analysis
Hermia Neurology has a fully automated 'single click' workflow. Data is processed, quantified and displayed within seconds with minimal user intervention.
State-of-the-art product line for cardiology, including third-party software with Invia Corridor4DM and Cedars-Sinai Cardiac Suite.
Handle all your oncology work from diagnostic imaging, reporting to therapy for all modalities and scanners.
Theranostics is a very promising personalized approach to treating cancer, using diagnostic imaging to identify if target receptors are present on cancer cells, followed by precision internal radiation treatment that targets these receptors.
Dosimetry is becoming more important as nuclear medicine is moving towards therapy. Regardless of where your practice is at, we have got you covered with the tools you need to easily plan personalized radionuclide treatment for your patients.
Our Software and Hardware solutions have been designed to integrate seamlessly to your current workflow and systems and to offer the possibility to grow with your organization. The result is an improved user experience where the systems work for the user and not the other way around.
“The Ottawa Hospital has capitalized on Hermes Medical Solutions's promise to provide vendor-neutral data storage and processing to eliminate the needs for duplicate software for each camera installation."
- Lionel S. Zuckier, MD, The Ottawa Hospital
The All-In-One Software
Complete suite of proven tools for all clinical molecular imaging procedures
- Advanced quantitative SUV SPECT® reconstruction to boost existing SPECT/CT cameras
- Practical personalized dosimetry for all available and future isotopes
- Fast display of any kind of DICOM data set, even from the latest whole-body scanners
- Seamless connectivity and integration to your existing systems and workflows
- Simplified workflow and training - only one software to master
- We work very closely with university hospitals and the educational institutions
- 47 year of leading SW innovation in NM/MI. Did you know that we were first to provide SPECT reconstruction?
“We were facing a merger with two other hospitals, different medical teams, three computer networks and three different camera manufactures. Hermes Medical Solutions consolidated our clinical practice into a single common database and software base. One base, one keyboard, one mouse. It made life easier for everyone with only one system to learn.”
- Norman Laurin, MD, President of AMSMNQ, CHRTR Hospital, QC, Canada