technetium

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Synonyms for technetium

a crystalline metallic element not found in nature

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TSX:DAX) (Nasdaq:DRAX) announced today that DRAXIMAGE, its radiopharmaceuticals division, has received approval from the Dutch regulatory authority for its Kit for the Preparation of Technetium Tc 99m Albumin Aggregated Injection (MAA Kit).
Lot 3 (cold kit for 99m Tc labeling cerebral perfusion (5 dose per kit)) None.
Lot 4 (cold kit for 99m Tc labeling bone scintigraphy (5 dose per kit)) None.
It is other members of the LMA who happily take over from a sacked manager (sometimes agreeing to do so even with the current manager still in position) and it is also LMA members who have benefitted most from the pounds 99m being handed out by clubs.
It came as the Merseyside glass maker posted a 22% hike in first-half profits to pounds 99m, despite tough market conditions and soaring energy costs.
a global leader in developing, manufacturing and distributing innovative diagnostic imaging agents, today announced that the Company has added a Low-Enriched Uranium (LEU) TechneLite([R]) (Technetium Tc 99m Generator) generator to the Company's nuclear imaging product portfolio.
Part 3 - Set for preparation of 99m Tc-nanokoloid human albumin;
99m Tc anti-CD 15 monoclonal antibody (LeuTech) imaging improves diagnostic accuracy and clinical management in patients with equivocal presentation of appendicitis.
Saving taxpayers pounds 99m actually means taking pounds 99m out of the local economy here in South-West Wales.
Tc-99m is also used with Cardiolite([R]) (Kit for the Preparation of Technetium Tc 99m Sestamibi for Injection), the most successful radiopharmaceutical agent, which has been used to image more than 40 million patients.
A kidney, ureter, and bladder examination revealed pelvic calcification, and a technetium 99m (Tc 99m) sestamibi scan showed persistent activity bilaterally in the region of the inferior poles of the thyroid gland (figure 1).