25 años de CENTIS. Pandemia y Radiofármacos

J. Cruz Arencibia, R. Leyva Montaña, J. Morín Zorrilla

Resumen

Próximo a su 25 aniversario CENTIS reflexiona sobre su quehacer en el contexto de los trastornos que causa la COVID-19. Con ese propósito se examinan el estado de la medicina nuclear y la radiofarmacia antes y durante la epidemia y sus perspectivas de desarrollo. La producción global de radiofármacos continúa siendo una industria consolidada y aunque la pandemia afecta a esta esfera, la presencia de otras enfermedades no cesa, por lo que los servicios de medicina nuclear esenciales y críticos siguen siendo necesarios. Se espera su paulatina reapertura y que se retome con más fuerza la investigación, dado que la COVID-19 es tan compleja y se asocia a tantos factores que constituye, en perspectiva, terreno virgen para las técnicas diagnósticas en medicina nuclear. Ha de permanecer asimismo el papel de los radiofármacos terapéuticos en un grupo importante de enfermedades, en cáncer sobre todo. El Centro de Isótopos pone por ello énfasis tanto en la consolidación, bajo buenas prácticas, de la producción y el suministro de radiofármacos, como en el desarrollo de nuevos productos. Ambos aspectos se basan principalmente en dos radionúclidos: Tc-99m e Y-90.

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radiofármacos; radisótopos; tecnecio 99; itrio 90; coronavirus; usos terapéuticos; producción de isotopos

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