Radiolab is a shareware designed for comprehensive management of hospital radiopharmacies and institutes that prepare radiopharmaceuticals within their own facilities only for in-house use. It consists in a database application for recording, storing and managing all the information generated by the activity of hospital radiopharmacies, thus providing an immediate and complete traceability, as well as a great help in the management of orders, stocks, elutions, labeling, controls, dispensing, reports and radioactive waste.


More information about Radiolab in the articles:



Development of a new software for comprehensive management and traceability of hospital radiopharmacies

   Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine. 2013 Oct;112(1):166-72







   Experience with radiopharmacy information system

EJNMMI Radiopharmacy and Chemistry volume 7, Article number: 17 (2022)







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You can request without any obligation all the information you need about Radiolab. All you have to do is write an e-mail indicating your name and the name of the hospital where you work.


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If you do not receive our response within 24 hours, please check your spam folder. If you find our email there, select the message and click "This is not Spam". This will help future messages get through.
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For running Radiolab on your computer, you need to have installed an operating system of Microsoft Windows (7 or later) and Microsoft Access 2016 or later. If you do not have any of these versions of Access installed in your computer, the demo of Radiolab can also work by installing a freely available runtime of Access 2016 runtime. You also need to have installed Adobe Reader.

You can write to us as many times as you need or arrange online meetings so that we can solve all the doubts or problems of installation or operation of Radiolab that may arise.




Latest version available in English

Radiolab 5.0







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Jesús Luis Gómez Perales, PhD