Nuclear Pharmacy

Radioactive drugs or radiopharmaceuticals are drugs containing a radioactive component which are administered to humans for the purpose of diagnosis or treatment of a disease. These radioactive drugs are available in commercial nuclear pharmacies or can be synthesized in hospital-based nuclear pharmacies. In nuclear medicine industries, devices such as cyclotron and radionuclide generators are used to manufacture nuclear drugs with reduced risk condition. Radiopharmaceuticals play a vital role in curing diseases such as cancer, thyroid conditions, and polycythemia vera. Extensive research is going to make nuclear medicines safer by limiting the health risks of radiation sickness and inappropriate dosing.

  • Use of radioisotopes in medicine
  • Radiopharmaceuticals- design and manufacture
  • Radionuclide therapy
  • Radio immunotherapy
  • Radioactive iodine therapy

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