Neoprobe® Gamma Detection System

Offering exceptional accuracy, effortless operation and advanced clinical capability.

Guiding You To The Right Tissue

Exceptional Accuracy

Neoprobe’s bluetooth probes deliver outstanding directionality and sensitivity, ensuring highly accurate localization of targeted tissue during gamma detection procedures 1.

Effortless Operation

Neoprobe GDS provides quick, easy startup with no calibration, no preventative maintenance, and one-touch remote count functionality from within the sterile field.

Clinical Advantages

Neoprobe’s Bluetooth capability provides advanced data to the surgeon when both Tc-99 and I-125 have been administered simultaneously. The Neoprobe GDS will provide individual counts for each isotope as well as a filter indicating whether the user is closer to the injection site or a radio seed, all in real time.


The Neoprobe GDS console can be tailored to the specific clinical needs of each procedure. It can detect any of six isotopes, can be configured to detect localized or systemic injections, and can detect and filter I-125 and Tc-99 simultaneously.

The Neoprobe GDS is used by 9 of the top 10 Cancer Centers in the U.S. 1

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Neoprobe Basic Setup
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Neoprobe In-Service for Physicians
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Neoprobe In-Service for Technicians

“Neoprobe GDS decreases operating room time, is very reliable, and requires less need for service.”
Ian Grady, MD
North Valley Breast Clinic

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Frequently Asked Questions

How often must the Neoprobe system be calibrated to ensure optimal performance?

Never. The Neoprobe does not require calibration nor preventative maintenance.

For which cancers does the Neoprobe have utility?

Neoprobe is useful for Breast, Melanoma, Prostate, and limited applications for Cervical, and Head & Neck cancers. It is also used for Parathyroid procedures.

What radioisotopes can be detected using the Neoprobe?

Neoprobe can detect the following isotopes: 99mTc, 125I, 57Co, 111In, 131I, 18F, and has an ‘Open’ Setting.

What are the base components required to operate a Neoprobe?

The Neoprobe consists of a console, probe, battery (for wireless bluetooth probe), and the power cord.

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