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Physical Requirements for a Nuclear Pharmacy

Author(s):  Mills Stanley L

Issue:  Nov/Dec 1998 - Environmental Compounds
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Page(s):  426

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Abstract:  The physical requirements of a nuclear pharmacy vary based on factors such as type and location of practice; other factors, however, are unique because of its product. The author discusses area, storage and shielding requirements and equipment.

Related Keywords: Storage, Shielding, Equipment, Radioactivity, Radioactive

Related Categories: BUSINESS, NUCLEAR

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