Our scope of production is continuously changing as we are introducing new products that are useful in the nuclear medicine departments. The wide range of products helps the customers to choose the product that best matches their needs. The products are exported to more than 50 countries.

Although the main line of the production consists of generic diagnostic in vivo kits for Tc-99m labelling, the company is  also in the field of nuclear oncology, developing various diagnostic and therapeutic radiopharmaceuticals. What is more the company is open to requests and/or suggestions for research and development of new compounds with its partner company, Radiopharmacy Laboratory Co., Ltd.

Veterinary medicine is more and more interested in the kits since they give valuable information about the diseases of various species (from dogs to horses).

At MEDI-RADIOPHARMA the experts keep themselves  informed about nuclear medicine and are in always in touch with clinicians in order to step ahead, without forgetting to keep the quality in focus, in adherence to the latest regulations of the Drug Authority. Not long ago a new pharmacovigilance system was implemented. The managers are fully committed to directing business activities in compliance with the highest quality practices and ethical standards.

In the field of R&D of active ingredients of pharmaceuticals, radiopharmaceuticals, moreover manufacturing and sales of radiopharmaceuticals the company works in conformity  with GMP and the ISO 9001:2001 quality assurance system.

The in vivo kits for Tc-99m labelling are registered* - or are currently under registration - adhering to the EU and national pharmacopoeial regulations. For present status of registrations please contact us at

We offer to prepare research and clinical research compounds/kits on request in our laboratories under GMP conditions. The products which already requested and prepared for various customers are enlisted in chapter Experimental products in the catalogue.


*The name of the registered products may vary locally.