Nuclear medicine found its beginnings between 1934 and 1946. It’s difficult to pinpoint the exact date as the field has elements of chemistry, medicine, engineering, and even physics that were combined over a period of time.
Medical professionals may use nuclear medicine and scanning systems to diagnose, identify and treat specific illnesses and other ailments.
Before calling in a service worker to fix your nuclear medicine imaging equipment, try troubleshooting it yourself first. If the problem is a part of the computer system, poor image quality, a loss of system power, or unreliable ECG readings, you can try these tips.
Proactive and daily maintenance of nuclear medicine machines and information system software is key to keeping them functioning properly and efficiently. Quality control, cleanliness and updated software helps to prevent errors and system failures from happening.