Radiopharmaceuticals and Other Compounds Labelled with Short-Lived Radionuclides covers through both review and contributed articles the potential applications and developments in labeling with short-lived radionuclides whose use is restricted to institutions with accelerators. The book discusses the current and potential use of generator-produced radionuclides as well as other short-lived radionuclides, and the problems of quality control of such labeled compounds.
The book is useful to nuclear medicine physicians.
Editorial Introduction Potentials and Problems of Short-Lived Radionuclides in Medical Imaging Applications A Look at 13N and 15O in Radiopharmaceuticals A System for Oxygen-15 Labeled Blood for Medical Applications Production of 13N-Molecular Nitrogen for Pulmonary Positron Scintigraphy Carbon-11 and Radiopharmaceuticals Synthesis of Methyl Iodide-11C and Formaldehyde-11C The Preparation of Fluorine-18 Labeled Radiopharmaceuticals Radiopharmaceuticals Labeled with Technetium Problems Associated with Stannous 99mtc-Radiopharmaceuticals Labeling Plasmin with Technetium-99m for Scintigraphic Localization of Thrombi A Kit for the Preparation of Basic 99mtc Penicillamine for Renal Scanning Development and Evaluation of a Rapid and Efficient Electrolytic Preparation of 99mtc Labeled Red Blood Cells A Modified Tc-99m-Phytate Colloid for Liver-Spleen Imaging Bromine-77 and Iodine-123 Radiopharmaceuticals Synthese of 123 I-16-Iodo-9-Hexadecenoic Acid and Derivatives for Use as Myocardial Perfusion Imaging Agents 123 I-Labeled Soluble Fibrin: Preparation and Comparison with Other Thrombus Imaging Agents A Case for 77-Bromine Labeled Radiopharmaceuticals A Review of Radiopharmaceutical Development with Short-Lived Generator-Produced Radionuclides Other than 99mtc Gallium-67 and Indium-111 Radiopharmaceuticals The Affinity of Radiolabeled Bone-Seeking Compounds for Injured Myocardium in the Rat Cyclotron Production of Rhodium-101m through Its Precursor Palladium-101 Radiochemical Quality Control of Short-Lived Radiopharmaceuticals A Method for Determining the Ph Stability Range of Gallium Radiopharmaceuticals Author Index Subject Index
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- © Pergamon 1977
- 5th December 1977
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