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AuthorSaha, Gopal B. author
TitleFundamentals of Nuclear Pharmacy [electronic resource] / by Gopal B. Saha
ImprintNew York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer, 1992
Edition Third Edition
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4757-4027-1
Descript XVI, 331 p. 101 illus. online resource

SUMMARY

A new edition of a book is warranted when the book is successful and there are many new developments in the related discipline. Both have occurred for this book during the past 7 years since its second edition. The growth and development in nuclear pharmacy and radiopharmaceutical chemistry along with the continued success of the book have convinced us to update the book; hence this third edition. This book is a ramification of my nuclear pharmacy courses offered to pharmacy students specializing in nuclear pharmacy, nuclear medicine resiยญ dents, and nuclear medicine technology students. The book is written in an integrated form from the basic concept of atomic structure to the practical clinical uses of radiopharmaceuticals. It serves both as a textbook on nuยญ clear pharmacy for pharmacy students and nuclear medicine technologists, and as a useful reference book for many professionals related to nuclear medicine, such as nuclear medicine physicians and radiologists. The book contains 12 chapters. Each chapter is written as comprehenยญ sively as possible based on my personal experience and understanding. At the end of each chapter, a section of pertinent questions and problems and so me suggested reading materials are included. I have made justifiably many additions and deletions as weIl as some reorganization in this edition. Chapter 3 is entirely dedicated to instruยญ ments for radiation detection and measurement, including brief description of gas detectors, gamma-detecting instruments, and tomographic scanners


CONTENT

1 The Atom -- 2 Radioactive Decay -- 3 Instruments for Radiation Detection and Measurement -- 4 Production of Radionuclides -- 5 Radionuclide Generators -- 6 Radiopharmaceuticals and Methods of Radiolabeling -- 7 Characteristics of Specific Radiopharmaceuticals -- 8 Quality Control of Radiopharmaceuticals -- 9 Nuclear Pharmacy -- 10 Radiation Dosimetry, Protection, and Regulations -- 11 In Vitro and In Vivo Nonimaging Tests -- 12 Uses of Radiopharmaceuticals in Nuclear Medicine -- Appendix A Abbreviations Used in Text -- Appendix B Terms Used in Text -- Appendix C Units and Constants -- Appendix F Answers to Questions


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