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Commentary - Journal of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (2022) Volume 6, Issue 9

Strategical approach of nuclear medicine in the era of covid 19

Robert John*

Department of Nuclear medicine ,University of Michigan, United states.

*Corresponding Author:
Robert John
Department of Nuclear medicine
University of Michigan
United States

Received:22-Aug-2022, Manuscript No. AABIB-22-80758; Editor assigned: 24-Aug-2022, PreQC No. AABIB-22-807568(PQ); Reviewed:07-Sep-2022, QC No. AABIB-22-80758; Revised:12-Sep-2022, Manuscript No. AABPS-22-80756(R); Published:19-Sep-2022, DOI:10.35841/aabib-6.9.143

Citation: John R. Strategical approach of nuclear medicine in the era of covid19. J Biomed Imag Bioeng.2022; 6(9):143

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The medical specialty Nuclear medicine community quickly rallied to make sure the continuation of necessary services to the most effective of our skills from the onset of the COVID-19 epidemic. As an example, we tend to enforced changed recommendations for nuclear medicine normal operational procedures SOPs and enforced additional tight measures to shield workers, patients, and also the general public from infection. Radionuclide provides chain difficulties were noted and often resolved. The essay tries to supply current history, analysis, and a place to begin for additional productive spoken language.


Diagnostic, Radiation, Medical specialty, Radiology, Healthcare


Over a year has passed since the severe acute metabolism syndrome-coronavirus-2 was 1st isolated in December a pair of Since the declaration of a COVID-19 pandemic by the planet Health Organization on March eleven, the infective agent has caused, through the tip of could 2021 when this manuscript was prepared, over 3.6 million deaths and quite 169 million confirmed infections These reductions in cardiac imaging were more significant in low- and lower-middle-income countries compared to upper-middle and high-income ones, correlating with lesser availability of both Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and health [1].

In several locations the contagion isn't waning. However, there's a glimmer of hope with COVID-19 vaccines being developed in record time, due to science and government cooperation, whereas protective rigorous development, evaluation, approval, and observation processes The adoption of restrictive measures should be based on the stage in which the region is currently located, and should be implemented according to pre-determined regional goals and for a pre-determined period of time. The purpose of restrictive measures is to prevent or reduce transmission. As part of global, regional, national or local strategies, it is imperative to support health workers and provide them with all the necessary elements of protection [2].

You yang GU He Reaching a herd-immunity threshold is trying unlikely thanks to factors like immunogenic hesitancy, the emergence of recent variants, and also the delayed arrival of vaccinations for kids. a major variety of pertinent tips were created offered to the medical profession, eight as well as some specific to medical specialty centres. These primarily aimed to guide the way to modify normal operational procedures SOPs to push continuity of essential services whereas incorporating heightened infection protection and management measures for employees, patients, and also the public, alike. As a result, we tend to square measure currently higher ready for surprising outbreaks of epidemics  [3,4].

The present manuscript contains revisions to recommendations created to NM centres throughout the pandemic, a number of which can become mainstays of NM service delivery and implementation. At a similar time, a study was conducted to know the impact of his COVID-19 on the availability of medical services, as well as medical specialty, and also the long impact of reduced imaging provision throughout this era these early stages focus on preparedness, such as capacity building and early response planning activities [5].


Since the isolation of SARS-CoV-2, we tend to sleep in a world of uncertainty with several exciting queries and differing opinions. With such a lot uncertainty, we tend to should learn to measure with this new coronavirus and be ready for the likelihood of recent surges in infections and also the emergence of recent viruses that may cause outbreaks and pandemics. The department of medical specialty should stay argus-eyed and for good implement several of the measures enforced throughout this pandemic to stop the unfold of the virus and still give essential services. Communication technology has taken hold and continues to be employed in a large vary of applications, from telemedicine to education.


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