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Archived Guidelines
Archived Guidelines

The British Nuclear Medicine Society offers purchasers of nuclear medicine services the following policy statement on standards for the safe practice of Nuclear Medicine.

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BNMS Generic Quality Guidelines for Provision of Paediatric Radionuclide Imaging Services

The purpose of these guidelines is to promote the provision of a high quality Nuclear Medicine service that is responsive to the specific needs of children.

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This document is an edited transcript of a workshop which took place during the Spring 2003 meeting of the British Nuclear Medicine Society.

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Combined Procedure Guidelines of SNM, EANM and BNMS for SPECT/CT and PETCT Imaging.

The purpose of this procedure guideline is to assist physicians and radiologist in recommending, performing, interpreting and reporting the results of SPECT/CT for imaging of adult and pediatric patients.



The purpose of this guideline is to assist specialists in Nuclear Medicine and Radionuclide Radiology in recommending, performing, interpreting and reporting radionuclide thyroid scans.

Revised February 2003

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The British Nuclear Medicine Society is not able to give specific clinical advice to members of the public. If you are concerned about your scan or therapy please seek the opinion of a nuclear medicine clinician where you were seen or the clinician who referred you to the department or your GP.
Enquiries related to issues such as internships and work experience opportunities, should be directed to the relevant professional body e.g., for radiologists, this will be the Royal College of Radiologists.