Treatment using radio isotopes, brachytherapy, can leave a patient
radioactive for days. After release from hospital*, they are usually
advised to try to avoid contact with certain classes of people, such as
pregnant women, for a period of time.
*Although some may be treated on a purely outpatient basis, in some cases
a stay in hospital, in special treatment rooms which are checked and
de-contaminated after each patient, may be required; notably for HDR.
On 01 Apr 2012 20:30:43 GMT, Puckdropper
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