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Diagnostic Nuclear Medicine - Hamilton, David
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2004, ISBN: 9783540006909

[ED: Hardcover], [PU: Springer, Berlin], The book provides the comprehensive physics information demanded in the clinical practice of diagnostic nuclear medicine. It addresses the clinical requirements of the scientist, physician and technologist by providing an overview of the discipline in four subject areas: radiation detection and display clinical procedures and quality assurances. Topics discussed include radioactivity, radiopharmaceuticals, radiation protection, radiation detection, non-imaging systems, planar, tomographic and coincidence imaging systems, and display, hardcopy and evaluation of images. Each topic starts from a clinical issue and then explores the underlying physical principles to demonstrate the constraints imposed on, and the potential for optimization of, the diagnostic information. In the development of many medical technologies the beginning is characterised by an emphasis on the basic scientific principles of the technology and the optimisa tion of the functional aspects of the technology. As a technology matures there is a tendency for the underlying principles to be forgotten as the dinical applications begin to develop and the focus moves to an understanding of the dinical applica tion. This maturity brings with it new challenges for those involved in the use of the technology. An acceptance of the methodology may lead to a scaling back of the ba sic training of staff into the fundamentals of the techniques and lead to a lack of questioning as to those issues which lead to the optimisation in dinical applications. This lack of basic training may ultimately lead to a stifling of research and develop ment of the technology as a whole as trained staff becomes a scarce commodity. Nudear medicine is no exception to this development cyde. As a medical special ty the discipline has matured. The basic imaging technology has become more reli able in everyday use requiring less input from scientific staff. Clinical procedures have become protocols which are often followed without due understanding of the basic principles underlying the imaging procedure. This is clearly demonstrated when new radiopharmaceuticals are introduced into the market place. 2004. xii, 465 S. 34 Tabellen. Versandfertig in 3-5 Tagen, DE, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, offene Rechnung (Vorkasse vorbehalten)

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Diagnostic Nuclear Medicine: A Physics Perspective David I. Hamilton Author
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In the development of many medical technologies the beginning is characterised by an emphasis on the basic scientific principles of the technology and the optimisa­ tion of the functional aspects of the technology. As a technology matures there is a tendency for the underlying principles to be forgotten as the dinical applications begin to develop and the focus moves to an understanding of the dinical applica­ tion. This maturity brings with it new challenges for those involved in the use of the technology. An acceptance of the methodology may lead to a scaling back of the ba­ sic training of staff into the fundamentals of the techniques and lead to a lack of questioning as to those issues which lead to the optimisation in dinical applications. This lack of basic training may ultimately lead to a stifling of research and develop­ ment of the technology as a whole as trained staff becomes a scarce commodity. Nudear medicine is no exception to this development cyde. As a medical special­ ty the discipline has matured. The basic imaging technology has become more reli­ able in everyday use requiring less input from scientific staff. Clinical procedures have become protocols which are often followed without due understanding of the basic principles underlying the imaging procedure. This is clearly demonstrated when new radiopharmaceuticals are introduced into the market place. New Textbooks>Hardcover>Medicine>Medical Ref>Spec Procedure, Springer Berlin Heidelberg Core >2 >T

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In the development of many medical technologies the beginning is characterised by an emphasis on the basic scientific principles of the technology and the optimisa tion of the functional aspects of the technology. As a technology matures there is a tendency for the underlying principles to be forgotten as the dinical applications begin to develop and the focus moves to an understanding of the dinical applica tion. This maturity brings with it new challenges for those involved in the use of the technology. An acceptance of the methodology may lead to a scaling back of the ba sic training of staff into the fundamentals of the techniques and lead to a lack of questioning as to those issues which lead to the optimisation in dinical applications. This lack of basic training may ultimately lead to a stifling of research and develop ment of the technology as a whole as trained staff becomes a scarce commodity. Nudear medicine is no exception to this development cyde. As a medical special ty the discipline has matured. The basic imaging technology has become more reli able in everyday use requiring less input from scientific staff. Clinical procedures have become protocols which are often followed without due understanding of the basic principles underlying the imaging procedure. This is clearly demonstrated when new radiopharmaceuticals are introduced into the market place. A Physics Perspective Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher, Springer

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Diagnostic Nuclear Medicine - P.J. Riley; David I. Hamilton
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In the development of many medical technologies the beginning is characterised by an emphasis on the basic scientific principles of the technology and the optimisa­ tion of the functional aspects of the technology. As a technology matures there is a tendency for the underlying principles to be forgotten as the dinical applications begin to develop and the focus moves to an understanding of the dinical applica­ tion. This maturity brings with it new challenges for those involved in the use of the technology. An acceptance of the methodology may lead to a scaling back of the ba­ sic training of staff into the fundamentals of the techniques and lead to a lack of questioning as to those issues which lead to the optimisation in dinical applications. This lack of basic training may ultimately lead to a stifling of research and develop­ ment of the technology as a whole as trained staff becomes a scarce commodity. Nudear medicine is no exception to this development cyde. As a medical special­ ty the discipline has matured. The basic imaging technology has become more reli­ able in everyday use requiring less input from scientific staff. Clinical procedures have become protocols which are often followed without due understanding of the basic principles underlying the imaging procedure. This is clearly demonstrated when new radiopharmaceuticals are introduced into the market place. Books > Medicine & Public Health Hard cover, Springer Shop

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The book provides the comprehensive physics information demanded in the clinical practice of diagnostic nuclear medicine. It addresses the clinical requirements of the scientist, physician and technologist by providing an overview of the discipline in four subject areas: radiation; detection and display; clinical procedures; and quality assurances. Topics discussed include radioactivity, radiopharmaceuticals, radiation protection, radiation detection, non-imaging systems, planar, tomographic and coincidence imaging systems, and display, hardcopy and evaluation of images. Each topic starts from a clinical issue and then explores the underlying physical principles to demonstrate the constraints imposed on, and the potential for optimization of, the diagnostic information. Media > Book, [PU: Springer, Berlin/Heidelberg]

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Diagnostic Nuclear Medicine

The book provides the comprehensive physics information demanded in the clinical practice of diagnostic nuclear medicine. It addresses the clinical requirements of the scientist, physician and technologist by providing an overview of the discipline in four subject areas: radiation; detection and display; clinical procedures; and quality assurances. Topics discussed include radioactivity, radiopharmaceuticals, radiation protection, radiation detection, non-imaging systems, planar, tomographic and coincidence imaging systems, and display, hardcopy and evaluation of images. Each topic starts from a clinical issue and then explores the underlying physical principles to demonstrate the constraints imposed on, and the potential for optimization of, the diagnostic information.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9783540006909
ISBN (ISBN-10): 3540006907
Tapa dura
Año de publicación: 2004
Editorial: Springer
465 Páginas
Peso: 0,964 kg
Idioma: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 3540006907

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3-540-00690-7, 978-3-540-00690-9


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