Ceretec, used as diagnostic, to visualise blood flow in the brain, 1988-1998

Made:
1988-1998 in Little Chalfont
manufacturer:
Amersham International plc

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Carton containing 5 glass vials (empty) with metal caps and labelled 'specimen' for non-radioactive Ceretec. Ceretec for the preparation of technetium-99m exametazime, a diagnostic for intravenous use for regional cerebral blood flow scintography. for use with Technetium-99m generator. (carton also contains adhesive labels and swabs) [used in conjunction with Amertec II Technetium-99m generator as a diagnostic tool]

Details

Category:
Nuclear Physics
Object Number:
1998-633
Materials:
cardboard, complete, glass, metal
Measurements:
carton: 35 x 145 x 65 mm
type:
diagnostic imaging agents
credit:
Amersham International
status:
Permanent collection

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