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Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Podcast 11 Athens Part 5


Shownotes

Merry christmas and happy holidays to all

Lu177-DOTA therapy for SS-2 tumors
Dr Kwekkeboom, Rotterdam, Netherlands

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Sunday, December 10, 2006

Podcast 10 Athens part 4


Shownotes

News
Alexander Litvinenko poisoned with polonium-210

Interviews from Athens EANM

Nuclear imaging in the assessment of the results of (cardiovascular) therapy
Dr F. Bengel, Baltimore, USA
Stem Cell therapy (this is now being done in the Netherlands, good paper from there also)
Reporter gene imaging
Anti-arrhythmia imaging Plaque imaging and cell wall imaging

V/Q SPECT reporting 4696 cases
M Bajc, Lund, Sweden

1% non-diagnostic or intermediate probability or contraindicated scan vs 27% + for CTPA
The co-registered VQ quotient
Total scans done in 25 mins
Needs modeled reconstruction (3D flash/Astonish)
Needs technigas
These patient numbers dwarf pioped or wells!
V/Q SPECT great for other lung disease pneumonia etc Other paper





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Sunday, November 12, 2006

Podcast 9 Athens part 3 and news


Shownotes

Rods pulse podcast

http://www.rodspulsepodcast.com/

Hepatitis C Virus Infections From a Contaminated Radiopharmaceutical Used in Myocardial Perfusion Studies
Priti R. Patel, MD Etal
JAMA. 2006;296:2005-2011.


Amifostine can reduce toxicity of targeted radionuclide therapy without affecting anti-tumour effect
F.Forrer Rotterdam
Its an old drug used routinely for radiotherapy
Amifostine has been used for protecting salivary glands
It makes a dramatic effect in reducing kidney dose in Lu177-DOTA
Thus doses can be safely increased and increasing chance of complete remission

SPECT/CT
Dale Bailey, Sydney, Australia
How to make a Home made SPECT/CT
He showed how much of an impact this made on reports > 40% much higher than expected
Physicians said “I’ve been confidently giving the wrong reports for 10 years!”

Depression + Anxiety correlation with MPI imaging
Ansari-Gilani, Tehran, Iran
Depression has been shown as a risk factor for cardiac disease
Patients with a high BDI score had a statistically significant correlation with the perfusion difference score
The effect is stronger with 3 vessel disease and also with depression than anxiety but both had significant P values
Interestingly it was also true before patients had a diagnosis of CAD

The music was by a greek band called
FadeOut and the song was sanctuary
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Sunday, October 22, 2006

Podcast 8 Athens Part 2

Following on from last time here are the first two interviews in full that were recorded in Athens.

Using Adenosine for MPI in Asthmatic patients
A. Notghi, City Hospital Birmingham

The Advanced Nuclear Medicine Practitioner
Martha Pickett

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Saturday, October 07, 2006

Podcast 7 EANM 2006 Athens Part 1

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Episode 7 Athens European Association of Nuclear Medicine Part 1
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I will do something unusual this time, and give you some brief sound samples of interviews I recorded at the EANM conference. You can then listen to the interviews in full in the upcoming episodes.

Let me know if this is a good idea or not, I would appreciate it

How did I get the interviews?
I got permission from the EANM committee ahead of time (and a press pass) thank you to Andreas Falsner and to Prof Limouris, Dr Carrio

I then asked the speakers for interviews they were all happy to help.

Some of the Interviews
Using Adenosine for MPI in Asthmatic patients
A. Notghi, City Hospital Birmingham

The Advanced Nuclear Medicine Practitioner
Martha Pickett

Amifostine can reduce toxicity of targeted radionuclide therapy without affecting anti-tumour effect
F.Forrer Rotterdam

SPECT/CT
Dale Bailey, Sydney, Australia

Depression + Anxiety correlation with MPI imaging
Ansari-Gilani, Tehran, Iran

Nuclear imaging in the assessment of the results of (cardiovascular) therapy
F. Bengel, Baltimore, USA

V/Q SPECT reporting 4696 cases
M Bajc, Lund, Sweden

Lu177-DOTA therapy for SS-2 tumors
“Dick” Kwekkeboom, Rotterdam, Netherlands


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Monday, September 04, 2006

Podcast 6 Affibody

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We have a great podcast featuring an interview with Dr Lars Abrahmsen from Affibody in Sweden where this innovative company is developing a range of new radio-pharmaceutical for diagnosis and therapy. I will be in Athens for the EANM meeting so drop me a line if you are there or better still click on the link below to send me a voice mail for the podcast tell us about what you thought of the SNM meeting or just tell us your thoughts!


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Sunday, July 09, 2006

Podcast 5 Flash 3D


The Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Medicine podcast is back, after a long hiatus due to my moving to a new country. To make up for that we have a long podcast so you might want to have a break in the middle! We have great feedback from our listeners and an Interview with Dr Hans Vija from Siemens on Flash 3D.
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Other Links as promised
http://jnm.snmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/45/9/1501
Journal of Nuclear Medicine Vol. 45 No. 9 1501-1508
Tomographic Imaging in the Diagnosis of Pulmonary Embolism: A Comparison Between V/Q Lung Scintigraphy in SPECT Technique and Multislice Spiral CT
http://jnm.snmjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/47/6/968



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Monday, February 06, 2006

Podcast 4: DNA therapy


Podcast 4: DNA therapy.
A not to be missed podcast that gets at the heart of the future of nuclear medicine and molecular medicine with a new and novel way of delivering therapy which features an interview with Tom Karagiannis from the Peter MacCallum Institute.
We also have our usual tips with a Olympic theme and listeners mailbag.

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