Laboratory Assessment of Nutritional Status: Bridging Theory & Practice

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The Use and Misuse of Laboratory Tests for Nutritional Status - Edward Lipkin, MD, PhD

Description Details Customer Reviews Cutting-edge reference for nutrition and nursing professionals working in all healthcare settings. Vital resource for professors teaching medical nutrition therapy and nutrition care process. As cobalt decays into a stable nickel isotope, two wavelengths of high-energy gamma-rays are emitted 1.

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Cobalt has been used in the treatment of cancer for over 60 years [1] , within an instrument known as the Gamma Knife. The Gamma Knife was invented in and is used to treat brain tumours and vascular malformations. The gamma rays emitted by cobalt are harnessed by the radiotherapy instrument which is highly effective in precisely delivering a high dose of radiation to the tumour area and therefore preserving surrounding healthy tissue [2].

The gamma associated radiation emitted kills bacteria and other pathogens, without altering the food product or retaining any radioactivity after treatment.

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Cobalt is used in common industrial applications, such as levelling devices and thickness gauges. In particular, this isotope is used in industrial radiography where radiation is used for non-destructive detection of structural flaws in metal parts. Another radioactive isotope of cobalt, 57 Co, has been used in the radioactive form of Vitamin B12 for the Schilling Test. This is a test used to determine whether a patient is absorbing Vitamin B12 normally.

Laboratory Assessment of Nutritional Status: Bridging Theory & Practice

The Schilling test is primarily used to test for a specific type of anaemia i. The test involves ingestion of radioactive Vitamin B12 alongside intravenous injections of non-radioactive Vitamin B12 in order to evaluate the cause of the abnormal absorption. Cobalt has also been used in the Schilling Test when evaluation of the percentages of 57 Co vs 58 Co are needed [5]. However, Russian astrophysicists discovered cobalt was transiently present in a supernova explosion[6]. Scientists were able to detect 56 Co using an INTEGRAL gamma-ray orbital telescope, as radioactive nickel decayed, cobalt was formed which then decayed into iron