Denatured RBC Scan

Indications:

Contraindications:

Radiopharmaceutical information:
  • Radionuclide:
  • Radiopharmaceutical:
  • Adult dosing:
  • Pediatric dosing:
  • Method of administration:
  • Method of Localization:
  • Physical Half-life:

Patient Preparation:

Equipment Used:
Type of Camera or Probe
Collimator used:

Acquisition Setup:

Dynamic: View(s)
Matrix:
Time/Frame:
Number of Frames:

Statics: View(s)
Matrix:
Total Counts or Duration:

Whole body: View(s)
Matrix:
Scan Speed:
Start/stop points:

SPECT:
180 or 90 degree configuration
Total Rotation: 180 or 360
Starting point:
Matrix
Time/Azmuiths
Number of Azmuiths:

Procedure:
Describe the procedure from verifying the requisition to completing the scan. Include any patient instructions pre- or post- injection/scan, delays between injection and imaging, and any side effects.

Normal Uptake and common varients:
Insert an image of a normal scan. Describe the normal uptake, and any normal varients visualized.

Abnormal Uptake and causes:
Insert an image of an abnormal scan. Describe the abnormal uptake, and the cause of the abnormal uptake.

Artifacts:
Insert an image with an artifact, and explain what the artifact is.

Questions asked in Patient History:
List the common questions asked when taking a patient history for this specific procedure.

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