Health knowledge made personal
› Share page:

Radioisotope

radioisotope Blogs and DiscussionsArticles

 
Radioisotope shortage may impact availability of bone scans by Dr. Arnon Krongrad Medical Doctor For some time we have been monitoring a problem with the supply of the radioisotopes... are working carefully together to make sure that they source enough radioisotope materials to be able to work...
Episode 31 breast radiotherapy using radioisotopes by Rob W. Patient Expert This episode features an interview with Dr Giovanni Paganelli from the European Institute of Oncology, Division of Nuclear Medicine, Milano, ITALY. http://www.ieo.it/inglese/innovazioni/av_biot.shtml Dr Paganelli describ
Episode 31 breast radiotherapy using radioisotopes by Rob W. Patient Expert This episode features an interview with Dr Giovanni Paganelli from the European Institute of Oncology, Division of Nuclear Medicine, Milano, ITALY. ... This podcast is for nuclear medicine professionals and PET professio
Isotope Update: Plant Could be Down for Months – Nuclear Medicine Diagnostics Can Expect Delays by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven The United States does not produce isotopes so the alternatives are the Netherlands, Belgium, France and South Africa.  there are only 5 plants in the world that produce isotopes.  As Mo-99 generators have a half life of ju
Episode 30 Viral Therapy by Rob W. Patient Expert This podcast covers the treatment of viral disease using radioisotopes. This a very exciting and new approach to treating HIV, Hep C and many other viruses. The podcast features an interview with Dr...
Episode 30 Viral Therapy by Rob W. Patient Expert This podcast covers the treatment of viral disease using radioisotopes. This a very exciting and new approach to treating HIV, Hep C and many other viruses. The podcast features an interview with Dr...
radioactive by Carla U. Patient Expert Well, that was an adventure. I went in to the cancer center for the radioactive isotope test Friday. I really don't like going to the cancer center. If my doctor wasn't so nice, I'd just stop going. It's a seriously difficul
Radioactive isotope from Japanese reactors detected in Sacramento by Sally Kneidel Patient Expert The EPA reported Friday afternoon that a small amount of radiation from Japan's damaged nuclear reactors has been detected in Sacramento.  Experts have been expecting small amounts of radioactive isotopes to blow over the o
GE Healthcare Nuclear Medicine Systems: Class I Recall - Serious Injuries or Deaths Could Occur by FDA Medicine imaging procedures for detection of radioisotope tracer uptake in the patient’s body...
Note to Self: by Respiratory Therapy Patient Expert When in the Nuclear Medicine Laboratory administering a radioactive nebulizer through a ventilator to prepare for a V-Q scan, exercise caution. When the O2 line pops off of the radioactive neb, do not–repeat, do not–plug t

radioisotope photosWe Recommend