Radioactive Sample Counting: Principles and Practice (Second edition)

IPEM report 85
by Sofia Michopoulou (Author), Peter O'Sullivan (Author), Lucy Pike (Author), Fergus McKiddie (Author), John Keightley (Author)
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IPEM
Report 85 is a handbook for radioactive sample counters including Gamma
Counters, Liquid Scintillation Detectors, Intraoperative Gamma Probes and
Automatic blood sampling systems. The report summarises the physical principles
of radioactivity detection and outlines the operational properties of sample
counting across the different sample counting systems. This second edition
builds upon and expands the original Report 85 first published in 2002. Even
though the physical principles of sample counting remain the same, the counting
equipment has improved, and its applications have diversified. The new edition
includes updated information on counting equipment design and operation, (2)
equipment specification and quality assurance procedures, and (3) worked
examples of clinical, research and industrial applications of radioactive
sample counting.



Key Features:



  • Update of counting equipment and protocols
  • Chapter on clinical and research applications
  • Worked examples of counting
  • Section for PET applications
  • Updated guidance on Equipment Specification and Quality Procedures

Format
EPUB
Protection
DRM Protected
Publication date
June 30, 2022
Publisher
Collection
Page count
100
ISBN
9780750338950
Paper ISBN
9780750338936
File size
3 MB

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