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(weapons) deriving destructive energy from the release of atomic energy

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of or relating to or constituting the nucleus of an atom

of or relating to or constituting the nucleus of a cell

constituting or like a nucleus

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In addition, knowledge should not apply only to nuclear medicine technologists but also to managers of those departments and members of radiation safety committees.
The Society of Nuclear Medicine Technologist Section, or SNMTS, in Reston, Va, sponsored a 60-question survey of more than 2200 nuclear medicine technologists.
The ASRT is seeking a nuclear medicine technologist member to serve on the board of the Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology.
The Society of Nuclear Medicine Technologist Section (SNMTS) and the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) convened a consensus conference on July 31, 2002, in New Orleans, La, to discuss fusion imaging.
The ASRT seeks a nuclear medicine technologist member to serve on the board of the Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology to replace Richard States, R.
The book is written with the nuclear medicine technologist in mind and would make a good addition to a department's library.
Patients were recorded as having an adverse reaction to dipyridamole administration if any of the following symptoms were identified by the nuclear medicine technologist supervising the test: shortness of breath; nausea; flushing sensation; headache; dizziness; chest pain; lightheadedness; or tightness in the neck, arm or both.
The Society of Nuclear Medicine Technologist Section (SNMTS) surveyed 1000 nuclear medicine technologists to determine which advanced clinical skills they already were performing and what level of training they believed should be required to perform those tasks.
Nuclear medicine technologists were recently ranked among the top 25 amazing healthcare support jobs of 2017 by a US publication.
The nuclear medicine team is multi-disciplinary with radiographic department assistants, assistant practitioners, nuclear medicine technologists, medical physicists, clinical scientists, booking co-coordinators, diagnostic radiographers and radiotherapists.
With a two-year community-college degree, air-traffic controllers can make $113,547, radiation therapists $76,627, dental hygienists $70,408, nuclear medicine technologists $69,638, nuclear technicians $68,037, registered nurses $65,853 and fashion designers $63,170, the online website CareerBuilder.
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