Course: Nuclear medicine - clinical practice

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Course title Nuclear medicine - clinical practice
Course code KAZ/NME4
Organizational form of instruction Tutorial
Level of course Bachelor
Year of study not specified
Semester Winter and summer
Number of ECTS credits 2
Language of instruction Czech
Status of course Compulsory
Form of instruction Face-to-face
Work placements This is not an internship
Recommended optional programme components None
Course availability The course is available to visiting students
Lecturer(s)
  • Honzíková Kamila, Ing. Bc.
  • Nedbal Pavel, Mgr. Bc. DiS.
Course content
1. Organisation and technique of work 2. Protection against radiation ? staff, patients 3. Safety of work problems ? work with radio nuclides, categorization of workplaces 4. Dosimetry 5. Radiation risks 6. Biologic effects of ionising radiation 7. Basic values and measurements in dosimetry and protection against radiation 8. Monitoring of the workplace 9. Emergency regulations 10. Devices for taking measurements in vitro and in vivo 11. Personal dosimentry, types of dosimeters 12. Detection of ionising radiation 13. Collimators, their function and classification 14. Movement scintigraph 15. Scintillation cameras 16. Data processing in nuclear medicine 17. Projection methods in nuclear medicine 18. Diagnostic value of scintigraphic examination 19. Scintigraphic methodologies in haematology 20. Scintigraphic examination of lungs, livers, spleen, gastrointestinal tract, skeleton. Scintigraphic examination in nephrology and urology, transplantology. 21. Scintigraphic examination of the central nervous system 22. Scintigraphic methods in cardiology and oncology 23. Scintigraphic diagnostics of the thyroid gland 24. Examination of passage in deep vein networks of upper and lower extremities 25. Lymphoscintigraphy 26. Use of scintigraphic methods in paediatrics 27. A transferable scintillation gamma-probe ant its use in practice 28. Therapeutic exploitation of radio nuclides in nuclear medicine 29. Positron emission tomography 30. RIA methods

Learning activities and teaching methods
Clinical practice under supervision
  • Practical training (number of hours) - 80 hours per semester
prerequisite
professional knowledge
No particular prerequisites specified.
learning outcomes
Students are able to use their practical skills, apply their knowledge, adapt correct behaviour for work in ionising environment, modify their attitudes to achieve desired outcome, develop critical and assessing thinking, adapt correct behaviour in relation to the patients and their families as well as to their colleagues in healthcare institutions, apply treatment procedures or projections, identify the patient, assist in administration of radio isotopes, check the correctness of radio medical drugs and radioactivity, maintain records about dosage and time of administration, choose the most suitable devices or instruments, check the correct functions of all equipment, report any defect on devices, provide for correct identification of the image, select optimal operation parameters, carry out required analysis of the data, archive images, obey the rules for protection against radiation, optimise the dose, perform regular control of the devices, carry out calibrations of instruments, list all the tests available and required testing equipment, respect all legal provisions pertaining safety and health protection at work.
teaching methods
Clinical practice under supervision
assessment methods
Test
Recommended literature
  • Bakos K. a kol. Nukleární medicína.


Study plans that include the course
Faculty Study plan (Version) Branch of study Category Recommended year of study Recommended semester
Faculty of Health Care Studies Radiological Assistant (2016) Health service 3 Summer
Faculty of Health Care Studies Radiological Assistant (1) Health service 3 Summer
Faculty of Health Care Studies Radiological Assistant (2012) Health service 3 Summer