Posts Tagged "radiation oncology"

A Better Way to Diagnose and Treat via Nuclear Medicine

  Sep 18th, 2019   -     1.0 CE Credit, Uncategorized   -  

(1.0 CE Credit) TAKE THE QUIZ! https://rad-cast.com/a-better-way-to-diagnose-and-treat-via-nuclear-medicine Join Rad-Cast as we welcome Dr. Richard Fleming! Dr.Fleming will detail his research and methods that show the ability to measure changes in growth rates through the transitional and cancer growth cycles. Dr. Fleming discusses FMTVDM, the first patented method which quantifies results. Through calibration, enhancement and quantification, it […]

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An Overview of Proton Therapy

  Apr 17th, 2019   -     0.5 CE Credit   -  

(0.5 CE Credit) TAKE THE QUIZ! https://rad-cast.com/an-overview-of-proton-therapy/ We welcome Dr. Lane Rosen from the Willis-Knighton Cancer Center in Shreveport, Louisianna. Dr. Rosen provides an energetic and informative overview of proton therapy … including the history and development of proton therapy for cancer treatment, current procedures and evolving treatment options, and a look at research which is […]

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Nursing Assessment: A Multi-faceted Approach to Patient Care

  Oct 29th, 2018   -     0.5 CE Credit   -  

(0.5 CE Credit) TAKE THE QUIZ! https://rad-cast.com/nursing-assessment-a-multi-faceted-approach-to-patient-care Cancer is not just one disease. There are many types of cancer. It’s not just one disease. Cancer can start in the lungs, the breast, the colon, or even in the blood. Cancers are alike in some ways, but they are different in the ways they grow and […]

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Painting with a Purpose: Immobilization and Masks for Pediatric Patients

  Aug 27th, 2018   -     0.5 CE Credit   -  

(0.5 CE Credit) TAKE THE QUIZ! https://rad-cast.com/painting-with-a-purpose-immobilization-and-masks-for-pediatric-patients Careful treatment planning and dose calculation, when combined with effective and comfortable patient positioning and immobilization, may improve the probability of tumor control. Advances in radiation therapy equipment have had a significant impact on the accuracy of dose calculation and delivery. However, actual patient repositioning and immobilization, which […]

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