Nuclear medicine: will I glow in the dark, nurse?
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Nuclear medicine: will I glow in the dark, nurse?

Isabel Sherry Second level registered nurse, Medical Physics Department at Carlisle Hospitals NHS Trust

Nursing in nuclear medicine is an unknown field for most nurses. This article sheds light on the impact nuclear medicine can have on patients and on the nursing role in caring for patients undergoing diagnosis and treatment using radioisotopes.

Nursing Standard. 14, 19, 48-53. doi: 10.7748/ns2000.01.14.19.48.c2751

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