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Mo-99 used in 80 percent of nuclear medicine processes globally is the parent isotope of Technetium-99.
Mo-99 is the parent isotope of Technetium-99, which is used in 80 percent of nuclear medicine procedures worldwide.
Companies have increased the production of thallium to meet the shortage, as it is the most commonly used substitute for technetium-99 in cardiac-stress tests, conducted to evaluate the functioning of coronary arteries.
2002) because in Figure 2 of their article, they presented clear evidence that a major fraction of the radio-labeled technetium-99 (Tc-99m) came off the Technegas particles.
1,2) Technetium-99 scintigraphy is positive earlier and has a good sensitivity, but lacks specificity.
He reported on 1,020 women with an intermediate or high pretest likelihood of significant CAD who underwent EST along with technetium-99 sestamibi myocardial perfusion imaging.
Plant operator British Nuclear Fuels said the new waste-treatment process would slash the amount of technetium-99 pumped into the Irish Sea.
Radioactive discharges of technetium-99 into the Irish Sea from the Sellafield nuclear plant are to be cut by 90pc, it was announced.