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German nuclear medicine waiting lists still too long

This article was originally published in Clinica

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Some 12,000 German patients (an average of 99 per nuclear medicine therapy unit) were on the waiting list for treatment in 1993. This represents 38% of all cases treated in that year, says a report by the association of leading medical officials (AGLMB). The report, quoted in Arzte Zeitung, recommends that capacity be expanded by some 300 beds (or 37.5%) in the medium term. The number of nuclear medicine beds per 10,000 inhabitants would thus increase from 0.1 to 0.15 and the total number of beds from 791 to 1,090.

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