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A Proposal for a Radiation Protection Scale to better communicate with the Public

@inproceedings{Mck2000APF,
  title={A Proposal for a Radiation Protection Scale to better communicate with the Public},
  author={Konrad M{\"u}ck and M Balonov and Anton Bayer and Klaus Burkart and Hans H. Brunner and Dana Dr{\'a}bov{\'a} and Denys Rousseau and Hu Zunsu},
  year={2000}
}
1 Austrian Research Center Seibersdorf, Seibersdorf, Austria 2 Institute for Radiation Hygiene, St. Petersburg, Russia 3 BfS-Institute for Radiation Hygiene, Munich, Germany 4 Research Center Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, Germany 5 National Emergency Center, Zurich, Switzerland 6 National Radiation Protection Institute, Prague, Czech Republic 7 Inst. for Protection and Nuclear Safety, Fontenay-aux-roses, France 8 China Institute for Radiation Protection, Taiyuan, China 

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RADIATION RISK COMMUNICATION TO THE PATIENT
TLDR
Various methods of explaining the radiation risk to patients undergoing specific examinations or treatments involving radiation exposure are discussed and the approach of the European Union and the situation in the Czech Republic is outlined.

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