The British Nuclear Medicine Society will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of the foundation of the Society during its Annual Spring Meeting in Birmingham. To mark the occasion BNMS have published a book “A History of the Development of Radionuclide Studies in the UK” recording the research of pioneers in nuclear medicine, bringing together the history and scientific achievements in the UK over the past 50 years and more. Nuclear medicine covers medical diagnostic investigational and therapeutic use of ‘unsealed’ radionuclides. Read more here
Title: Imaging, edited by R. Graham Barr, David G. Parr and Jens Vogel-Claussen
The European Respiratory Society (ERS) has published “Imaging” as part of its ERS Monograph book series. The book’s editors, R. Graham Barr, David G. Parr and Jens Vogel-Claussen, have compiled a book that comprehensively covers this key area of screening and diagnosis, which is often an area of debate with regard to safety and overuse.
The book considers imaging from two different angles: methodology and safety; and the use of imaging in the respiratory field. Leading international authors provide chapters on: safety issues in CT and MRI, the risks of thoracic CT, MRI methods, radionuclide imaging, chest radiography, COPD, cystic fibrosis, asthma, lung cancer, pulmonary hypertension, and much more.
To find out more about Imaging and the ERS Monograph, visit www.erspublications.com –
ERS members can access content for free. Print copies can be purchased from
See important safety notice from Philips.
Further information from Philips about this is expected soon.
GE confirmed to the BNMS on Tuesday 9th July that their engineers have started checking equipment . Priority is being given to single camera sites .
Sites with the Discovery series will have to wait until later in the week (Thursday onwards) as GE are waiting for instructions for this camera type
INCAPS-The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Nuclear Cardiology Protocol Survey Study - Invitation to Participate
The BNMS in association with the BNCS would encourage participation in this important survey of Nuclear Cardiology practice.