Providing PET/CT Imaging Services to Radiation Therapy Departments

Providing PET/CT Imaging Services to Radiation Therapy Departments

PET/CT Imaging plays a major role in radiation therapy planning and patient outcomes. This video presentation has 3 sections. The first section is titled PET/CT Imaging in Radiation Therapy, which touches on the topics of improving physician confidence, advanced workflows which include gating and motion correction, communication and education, growing your service, and protocol optimization. The second speaker discusses the topics of PET department needs, radiation therapy services, workflow and communication. The last speaker discusses the clinical aspects of radiation oncology, which include the behind the scenes impacts for radiation cancer patient’s treatment, PET/CT collaboration improving treatment planning workflow and the PET/CT clinical relevance for radiation patients.

Effective Date: 08/07/17 - HOOD05162002594201 - 1 Hours

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