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Clinical Reference Guide

BuckyballPdfIcon.png Introduction
The diagnostic difficulty of Pulmonary Embolism

BuckyballPdfIcon.png Diagnosing Pulmonary Embolus
Dr. Douglas Howarth, describes the current environment and range of options available to the Clinician faced with the dilemma of the diagnosis. This leads him to the V/Q Nuclear Imaging technique as the test of choice.

BuckyballPdfIcon.png Imaging Pulmonary Embolism: what are the issues and how should it be done?
Dr Paul Roach, looks at the most used diagnostic imaging options, weighing up the pros and cons of each, and building his argument for using V/Q SPECT with Technegas.

BuckyballPdfIcon.png Ventilation Agents Compared
Bill Burch outlines the physical and imaging characteristics of the ventilation agents available.

BuckyballPdfIcon.png What is Technegas?
Bill Burch discusses the counter-intuitive science behind Technegas creation with an important note about the integrity of the argon gas.

BuckyballPdfIcon.png Radiation dosimetry in Pulmonary Embolism Detection
Professor Lee Collins, an internationally recognised authority in Medical Imaging dosimetry, presents a comprehensive analysis of the patient doses delivered from each common modality.

BuckyballPdfIcon.png V/Q Imaging Protocols
Elizabeth Bailey, a highly experienced imaging Technologist, sets out the technical criteria for maximising image quality for planar and SPECT studies with significant illustrative examples.

BuckyballPdfIcon.png V/Q SPECT-Imaging versus CTA for Pulmonary Thrombo-Embolism
Dr Michael Lemb, from Germany draws from his 20 year experience of V/Q SPECT.

BuckyballPdfIcon.png Case Studies
8 case studies.

BuckyballPdfIcon.png Features/Benefits
The many benefits of using Technegas techniques for a broad range of cardio-pulmonary studies and clinical analysis.

BuckyballPdfIcon.png Reference Papers

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