Principles of Servicing Nuclear Medicine Systems
Students will learn Nuclear Medicine principles, image analysis, operation, safe laboratory practices, system troubleshooting, and preventive maintenance.
Start Date: Monday, May 10 2021
End Date: Friday, May 14 2021
The Principles of Servicing Nuclear Medicine Systems course is a hands-on course for service professionals new to the Nuclear Medicine modality. It is designed to teach all of the skills necessary to service to the subsystem level. Heavy emphasis is placed on basic Nuclear Medicine principles, image analysis, operation, safe laboratory practices, system troubleshooting, and preventive maintenance. The lectures, hands-on lab procedures, and documentation are designed to provide the student with all of the knowledge needed to service Nuclear Medicine system.
Attendees must possess an associate’s degree in electronics or equivalent experience. A background in imaging, although not a requirement, will be helpful. A strong microprocessor background is recommended.
At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Demonstrate their understanding of Nuclear Medicine principles.
- Verify system operation.
- Verify system specifications.
- Troubleshoot system problems.
- Perform first and second level preventive maintenance procedures.