Darren Anstee

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A gamma extremity monitoring system (GEMS) has been used to measure finger doses during radio-nuclide dispensing procedures. GEMS uses a small semi-conductor probe that can be attached to a finger from which a continuous read-out can be obtained that is related to dose rate. The pattern of dose accumulation can be analysed to allow doses received from(More)
A new gamma extremity monitoring system (GEMS) was used to assess finger doses of staff working in a hospital radionuclide dispensary. The system is designed to give a continuous readout of dose rate from a small probe which may be attached to a finger. It allows the contributions to radiation dose to the fingers from different parts of a procedure to be(More)
Radiological protection experience in a regional radiopharmacy, currently handling 28.5 TBq (770 Ci) 99mTc y-1, is reviewed for the period 1974-1988. The results of personnel monitoring have shown a downward trend (by more than a factor of two) in radiation exposure of individual staff members, despite the workload per person [6000 GBq (162 Ci) 99mTc y-1](More)
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