Experts and Doctors on krypton radioisotopes in Japan

Summary

Locale: Japan
Topic: krypton radioisotopes

Top Publications

  1. Homma T, Ohtsu I, Takeda T, Inoue T, Fukuda K, Hasegawa S. [Diagnosis of respiratory system diseases using radio isotopes]. Nihon Kyobu Shikkan Gakkai Zasshi. 1992;30 Suppl:264-71 pubmed
    ..The advantages of these procedures are expected to lead to further developments in respiratory examinations using radio isotopes...
  2. Watanabe N, Inoue T, Tomioka S, Yamaji T, Endo K. Discordant findings between krypton-81m gas and Tc-99m labeled ultrafine aerosol lung ventilation SPECT in two patients with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. Clin Nucl Med. 1995;20:315-7 pubmed
    ..Conversely, Kr-81m gas lung ventilation SPECT images reflected not only lung ventilation, but also lung volumes. These two radioactive agents for lung ventilation SPECT show different findings...
  3. Sando Y. [Assessment of pulmonary ventilation/perfusion ratio by dual radionuclides SPECT using 81mKr gas and 99mTc-MAA]. Kaku Igaku. 1994;31:1209-18 pubmed
    ..Further, SD determined by this examination is thought to be a good parameter of uneven distribution of pulmonary ventilation and perfusion...
  4. Igarashi Y, Aoyama M, Nemoto K, Hirose K, Miyao T, Fushimi K, et al. 85Kr measurement system for continuous monitoring at the Meteorological Research Institute, Japan. J Environ Monit. 2001;3:688-96 pubmed
    ..The record distinctively shows the Northern Hemispheric background 85Kr concentrations at the mid-latitude and the elevated concentrations affected by the operation of a nuclear fuel reprocessing plant in Tokai-mura, Ibaraki. Japan...
  5. Hirota M, Nemoto K, Wada A, Igarashi Y, Aoyama M, Matsueda H, et al. Spatial and temporal variations of atmospheric 85Kr observed during 1995-2001 in Japan: estimation of atmospheric 85Kr inventory in the Northern Hemisphere. J Radiat Res. 2004;45:405-13 pubmed
    ..The global atmospheric inventory of 85Kr in December 2001 was also estimated to be approximately 5 EBq by using observed data in Tsukuba...