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The department of nuclear medicine is located in second floor of Faisal Sultan bin Essa Building for diagnostic imaging. It consists of three units: General, PET-CT, and Central Radiopharmacy units.
Qualified nuclear physicians, technologists and physicists utilize expensive and sophisticated equipments to answer clinical problems pertaining to the patients referred to the department. The procedures are safe, non-invasive and cost effective. The nuclear medicine department uses different sources of radiopharmaceuticals, either in the form of liquid, gases, and capsules, to diagnose and treat patients referred from different clinical services.

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The department of nuclear medicine is located in second floor of Faisal Sultan bin Essa Building for diagnostic imaging. It consists of three units: General, PET-CT, and Central Radiopharmacy units.
Qualified nuclear physicians, technologists and physicists utilize expensive and sophisticated equipments to answer clinical problems pertaining to the patients referred to the department. The procedures are safe, non-invasive and cost effective. The nuclear medicine department uses different sources of radiopharmaceuticals, either in the form of liquid, gases, and capsules, to diagnose and treat patients referred from different clinical services.

The nuclear medicine department uses unsealed sources of radiation (radiopharmaceuticals) in the form of liquid, gases and capsuls to diagnose and treat patients referred from different clinical services. The nuclear medicine services diagnose problems based on how the radiopharmaceuticals are handed inside the body using small amounts of radioactive material. The radioactive material used is safe and is given in small quantities either directly or after being labeled with different pharmaceuticals (carriers) for different studies. The central radiopharmacy unit in our department supplies all nuclear medicine departments in Kuwait their needs from therapeutic and diagnostic radiopharmaceuticals.
The department is the first in Kuwait to have a PET unit which provides a diagnostic procedure for referred patients. The department has the only Cyclotron in Kuwait.

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24849100

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Bone Scan: 25616
PET: 23027, 23014
PET Room: 24500

Contact Us

24849100

Extensions:
Bone Scan: 25616
PET: 23027, 23014
PET Room: 24500

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