3 edition of Radiation safety in nuclear medicine found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Max H. Lombardi.|
|LC Classifications||RC78.7.R4 L65 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||195 p. :|
|Number of Pages||195|
|LC Control Number||98025760|
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The book is very good overall and provides a thorough overview of topics related to radiation safety in the nuclear medicine environment.
I used both the first and second editions, and I would recommend the second edition because it is more up-to-date and it corrects some issues with the first by: Nuclear medicine uses radionuclides in medicine for diagnosis, staging of disease, therapy and monitoring the Radiation safety in nuclear medicine book of a disease process.
It is also used in the basic sciences such as biology, in drug discovery and in pre-clinical medicine. Nuclear medicine is described by three elements - clinical problem, the radiopharmaceutical and the instrumentation.
The book is very good overall and provides a thorough overview of topics related to radiation safety in the nuclear medicine environment. I used both the first and second editions, and I would recommend the second edition because it is more up-to-date and it corrects some issues with the first edition/5.
This book is a collection of all pertinent information on radiation safety applicable in nuclear medicine and research using radioactive materials. Radiation exposure causes harm to humans and is strictly controlled by several regulatory authorities (NRC, FDA, EPA, DOT, etc).Author: Gopal B.
Saha. Providing a basic understanding of nuclear medicine, its scientific basis, diagnostic and therapeutic applications, safety practices and regulations, and future directions, Radiation Safety in Nuclear Medicine, Second Edition. is the comprehensive reference for technologists, students, researchers, and other professionals in the Nuclear Medicine.
Browse book content. About the book. Search in this book. Search in this book. Browse content Essentials of Nuclear Medicine Imaging, by Drs. Fred A Mettler and Milton J Guiberteau, provides the practical and comprehensive guidance you need to master key nuclear imaging techniques. patient and radiation safety checklists for I Nuclear medicine is the second largest source of medical radiation exposure after computed tomography.
The benefits of nuclear medicine procedures are immense and certainly exceed the risks. However, this is only true when they are ordered appropriately and studies are optimized to obtain the best image quality with the lowest radiation dose.
Radiation Safety in the Nuclear Medicine Department The most important component of radiation safety is knowledge. NMTs and students of nuclear medicine technology must learn quickly that, to practice safety, they need to familiarize themselves with everything that is being done in the NM : Max H.
Lombardi, Lynda Sutton, Allen Cato. Principles of Radiation Physics -- 2. Units of Radiation Exposure and Dose -- 3. Guidelines for Radiation Protection -- 4. Radiation Protection and Measurement -- 5.
Radiation Safety in the Nuclear Medicine Department -- 6. Safe Handling of Radioactivity -- 7. Radiation Surveys and Waste Disposal -- 8. Monitoring of Personnel Exposures -- 9. This book is a collection of all pertinent information on radiation safety applicable in nuclear medicine and research using radioactive materials.
Radiation exposure causes harm to humans and is strictly controlled by several regulatory authorities (NRC, FDA, EPA, DOT, etc). Radiation-Emitting Products. U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) provides information about medical devices that emit ionizing radiation and how to use those devices safely in medical settings.
Includes information on the FDA’s Center for Devices and. The book closes by considering exposure of the public and summarizing the "rules of thumb" for radiation protection in nuclear medicine.
This is an ideal textbook for students and a ready source of useful information for nuclear medicine specialists and medical physics experts. This book is a collection of all pertinent information on radiation safety applicable in nuclear medicine and radiation research.
It provides handy information on radiation safety, presented in a concise form for easy understanding and quick reference related to a given situation and/or : Springer International Publishing. Master the physics of nuclear medicine with thorough explanations of analytic equations and illustrative graphs to make them accessible.
Discover the technologies used in state-of-the-art nuclear medicine imaging systems; Fully grasp the process of emission computed tomography with advanced mathematical concepts presented in the appendices. Recent advances in the field of nuclear medicine (NM) are expanding the role and responsibilities of the nuclear medicine technologist (NMT) to include more complex and detailed tasks.
New technologies are making the diagnosis, management, and treatment of illnesses more sensitive, more specific, more accurate, and ultimately safer for both the patCited by: Radiation Safety in Nuclear Medicine, Second Edition provides the latest technological advances and expanded responsibilities of today’s NMT while laying a solid foundation for understanding the basic physics behind the technology.
As with the original, this edition teaches the units of radioactivity, exposure, and dosimetry, along with the. Principles of radiation physics -- Ch.
Units of radiation exposure and dose -- Ch. Guidelines for radiation protection -- Ch. Radiation detection and measurement -- Ch. Radiation safety in the nuclear medicine department -- Ch. Safe handling of radioactivity -- Ch. Radiation surveys and waste disposal -- Ch.
Management of radiation safety record-keeping within the nuclear medicine department. Maintenance of radiation safety records, including those associated with the receiving and shipment of RAM, daily contamination surveys, weekly contamination wipes, and the administration of radiopharmaceuticals.
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It will be of use to those working in both new and more developed nuclear medicine. The book is very good overall and provides a thorough overview of topics related to radiation safety in the nuclear medicine environment. I used both the first and second editions, and I would recommend the second edition because it is more up-to-date and it corrects some issues with the first edition/5(3).
Nuclear medicine involves handling radioactive materials and therefore contamination of sta˜ and the working environment may occur, resulting in external and internal exposure.
More than 33 million diagnostic nuclear medicine procedures are performed annually Size: 2MB.Safety in nuclear medicine procedures. Nuclear medicine is a branch of medical imaging.
It uses small amounts of radioactive material to help determine the presence and extent of conditions such as cancer, heart disease, or other abnormalities.5. Radiation Safety in Nuclear Medicine Section 2: Patient Care, Management and Research 6.
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