and biologie disposition of administered ra- The Handbook of Radiopharmaceuticals is in- tended to bring together the salient features diopharmaceuticals. In Part Two, we de- of the chemieal, biologie and radiopharmacy scribe and discuss the chemistry, practical aspects of radiopharmaceutieals. It is de- aspects of in-house preparation, quality signed for nuclear medicine technology stu- control testing, biologie behavior, uses and dosimetry of each radiopharmaceutieal. The dents, nuclear medicine and radiology residents, radiopharmacists, radiochemists, information on biologie behavior is derived physicians, physieists and other scientists mainly from human data. In Part Three, we with an interest in nuclear medicine, for discuss a system approach for good radio- whom the handbook will be a quick refer- pharmacy practiee. And in Part Four, rel- ence book. The book emphasizes: evant theoretical and practical information is given as appendiees. * the practieal aspects of preparation, To fully und erstand and appreciate quality control testing and dispensing of Chapter 1, we recommend prior knowledge radiopharmaceuticals (and therefore is a of radiation physies.
We have tried as much very useful tabletop reference manual for as possible to include all the available la test technologists and radiopharmacists); materials, but as is always the ca se we might * the interrelationship between the effects have missed out a few radiopharmaceuticals of chemistry and biology on the bio dis tri- that are currently und er development.
Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
Number of pages: 236
Weight: 499 g
Dimensions: 246 x 189 x 13 mm
Edition: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 199