Introduction to Gamma Camera Quality Control

By |2022-05-31T14:08:30+03:00May 31st, 2022|Presentations|

❰❰ Outlines • Quality Assurance in NM.• Definition of QA.• QA and QC.• Nuclear Medicine Services.• QA program in Nuclear Medicine.• Policies and Procedures Manual.• QC of Nuclear Medicine Instruments.• Guidance in QC procedures.• Why Quality Control?• Quality Control Manual.• Calibrating the System.• Calibration (Correction) Procedures:Energy CorrectionUniformity CorrectionCenter Of Rotation (COR)Tuning, Fine

Introduction to Dose Calibrators Quality Control

By |2022-05-25T12:46:39+03:00May 25th, 2022|Presentations|

❰❰ Outlines • About Dose Calibrator • Factors Affecting Accuracy of Dose Calibrator. • Several Agencies Recommended Testing of Dose Calibrator. • Equipment and Material Needed. • Dose Calibrator Tests Physical Inspection Precision Accuracy Constancy Relative Response Linearity - Decaying Source Method - Graded Sources (Shield) Method Geometry Test ❰❰ عربي

Operational Statistics and Quality Control of Scintillation Camera

By |2022-04-18T12:28:50+03:00April 18th, 2022|Presentations|

❰❰ Learning Objectives • Single Photon Emission Tomography - SPECT/CT. • Quality Control and Quality Assurance Tests. • Operating Parameters used in Planar and SPECT/CT. • Examples of Pitfalls in SPECT/CT Tests. ❰❰ عربي Copyright © All Rights Reserved

Safe Transport of Radioactive Materials

By |2022-04-16T17:17:36+03:00February 8th, 2022|Presentations|

❰❰ Outlines • Radioactive package types • General requirements for transportation. • The Transport Index (TI). • Excepted packages. • Package markings and labels. • Category (I) package – White label • Category (II) package – Yellow • Category (III) package – Yellow • Vehicle placarding. • Dispatch of radioactive sources.

Safe Handling of Radioactive Materials

By |2022-04-20T11:41:48+03:00January 19th, 2022|Presentations|

❰❰ Outlines • Design of nuclear medicine department and PET/CT facilities. • Designation of areas. • Radiation shielding and signs. • Authorized staff for handling radioactive material in nuclear medicine. • Receiving radioactive sources. • Radiation safety procedures for radiopharmacy. • Radiation Incidents. • Dose calibrator Quality Control. • Optimization for

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