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Effective dose: how should it be applied to medical exposures?
  • C. Martin
  • Medicine
  • The British journal of radiology
  • 23 July 2007
The effective dose (E) was created to provide a dose quantity that was related to the probability of health detriment due to stochastic effects from exposure to low doses of ionizing radiation. E isExpand
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Effective doses for coronary angiography.
A detailed study of dose data has been made for 100 coronary angiography examinations performed on a digital X-ray unit. Dose-area product (DAP) data have been analysed in terms of fluoroscopy andExpand
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A review of radiology staff doses and dose monitoring requirements.
  • C. Martin
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Radiation protection dosimetry
  • 1 September 2009
Studies of radiation doses received during X-ray procedures by radiology, cardiology and other clinical staff have been reviewed. Data for effective dose (E), and doses to the eyes, thyroid, handsExpand
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Measurement of image quality in diagnostic radiology.
The aim in radiology is to obtain images which are adequate for the clinical purpose with the minimum radiation dose to the patient. If optimum performance is to be achieved, assessments of imageExpand
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An update and guidance on narrowband ultraviolet B phototherapy: a British Photodermatology Group Workshop Report
Summary These guidelines for use of narrowband (TL‐01) ultraviolet B have been prepared for dermatologists by the British Photodermatology Group on behalf of the British Association ofExpand
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Derivation and application of dose reduction factors for protective eyewear worn in interventional radiology and cardiology.
Doses to the eyes of interventional radiologists and cardiologists could exceed the annual limit of 20 mSv proposed by the International Commission on Radiological Protection. Lead glasses of variousExpand
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An evaluation of radiofrequency exposure from therapeutic diathermy equipment in the light of current recommendations.
Shortwave and microwave diathermy equipment use by physiotherapy departments in Grampian Region has been studied. Stray electric and magnetic fields close to equipment have been measured and comparedExpand
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A study of the distribution of dose across the hands of interventional radiologists and cardiologists.
The magnitude and distribution of doses across the hands of interventional radiologists and cardiologists have been studied. The aims were to determine the region of highest dose, investigateExpand
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Low temperature fabrication of biodegradable sugar glass microneedles for transdermal drug delivery applications.
Transdermal drug delivery is limited by the barrier properties of the outer skin layer. Microneedles (MNs) effectively circumvent the skin barrier to offer this route as a potential alternative toExpand
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An investigation into techniques for reducing doses from neo-natal radiographic examinations.
A survey of radiation doses received by infants having radiography in a neo-natal unit was undertaken at Aberdeen Maternity Hospital. Options for dose reduction recommended by the CEC Lake StarnbergExpand
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