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a radioactive isotope of an element

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The supply of Mo-99 has been subject to frequent and sometimes prolonged interruptions, disrupting and often delaying the diagnosis and treatment of patients in need of medically important diagnostic tests that require the use of this radioisotope.
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 9, 2018-NorthStar Medical Radioisotopes wins US FDA and NRC's approval for first domestic supply of medical isotope Tc-99m in diagnostic imaging
M2 PHARMA-July 26, 2016-Global Nuclear Medicine Radioisotopes Market to Reach USD 17.
In all, 27 past US space missions have used this radioisotope power for their electricity and heat.
The process will consist of 3 stages: production of radioisotopes and molecular diagnostics, X-ray therapy, and chemotherapy.
The nuclear disaster at Fukushima nuclear plants in 2011 had a major impact on radioisotope production in Japan, which is the largest consumer market in the Asia-Pacific region.
Kovaleski's invention could replace radioisotopes with a safer source of radiation that could be turned off in case of emergency.
Total time of count was 2 minutes and total radioisotope was 500 Kcount.
NDSU's concept produces power directly from the output of a radioisotope source.
Among the tips: Find out which radioisotope will be used in the procedure and its half-life; discuss with the physician the length of time the patient may emit detectable radiation, schedule travel according to the length of time the radioisotope in the procedure remains detectable; and get a letter from the physician with "the patient's name, contact information for the testing facility, the name of the nuclear medicine procedure, the date of the treatment or test, the radionuclide that was used, its half-life, its administered activity and 24-hour contact information.
Tokyo, Japan, Sept 11, 2006 - (JCN) - Fuji Photo Film has announced plans to acquire all shares of Daiichi Radioisotope Laboratories, Ltd.
7-watt (average) radioisotope thermoelectric generators (RTGs).
Near the ticket gate on the second floor of the station, the researcher allegedly sprayed about 5 cc of agents containing radioisotope brought from the laboratory, shouting that he was spraying RI, meaning radioisotope.
Radioisotope thermoelectric generators (RTGs) translate that heat to electricity.
Industrialists of the country should take initiative in employing this state of art, technology of radioisotope technique and make best use of it.