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After octreoscan, are there safety precautions because of the radiation used?
Katie Fanslau, RN, MSN, Nurse in Nuclear Medicine at Penn Medicine responds.After an Octreotide scan there are no radiation safety precautions to follow. There is only enough radiation given to perform imaging.
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