Introduction: Purposely discusses radiation protection and nursing management in the medical nuclear medicine department. The intervention of radiological protection and nursing management in the course of medical nuclear medicine was conducted to observe the role of medicine. Results According to the improvement of radiation prevention in nuclear medicine department and the improvement of nursing management, the quality of medical care can be reasonably improved, the prevalence rate can be reduced, and the life and health of medical staff and their patients can be guaranteed. Based on the radiological protection and nursing management of the medical nuclear medicine department, it can reasonably enhance the role of medical treatment, improve the quality of medical care, reduce or prevent the prevalence, and ensure the health of patients and their medical staff. use.
Keywords: Department of Medical Nuclear Medicine; Radiological protection; Nursing management; Radionuclide nuclear medicine should belong to this thriving modern scientific manufacturing type. The key is to use radioisotopes and relative markers to diagnose, detect and treat diseases. And survival rate reviews have been widely used in medical clinical research . With the gradual transformation and development of nuclear medicine technology, its efficacy becomes more and more obvious in the process of diagnosis and treatment. The key application of nuclear medicine is radioisotopes, which can generate relative external direct radiation within the range that can be involved, and fuse the relative environmental damage of direct objects to cause internal direct radiation. We do not know that effective regulation of radioisotopes is very important. The supervision of medical staff and their radiation patients who are exposed to radioisotopes.
1.Maintenance of radioactive sources
If the radioactive source's supervision application is wrong or the radioactive source is lost, it will cause medical staff, patients and interpersonal relationship workers to be directly exposed to radionuclides, which will lead to poor health and safety of their lives. Therefore, the nuclear medicine department of the hospital implements the following regulatory countermeasures against radioactive sources: