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Radiation Protection of Patients (RPOP) | IAEA.

Radiation Protection of Patients (RPOP) - the leading resource for health professionals, patients and public on the safe and effective use of radiation in medicine. To access the Spanish version of the site click here. Health professionals can find ....


Radiation protection of patients during PET/CT scanning | IAEA.

Frequently asked questions by the health professionals >> How do PET/CT radiation doses compare with doses from other examinations? >> Can repeated radiological procedures on the same patient increase the radiation risk? >> Does diabetes have any additional radiation risk issues in PET scanning? >> Can a patient have a CT scan, diagnostic X-ray examination or MRI scan on ....


Online training in radiation protection | IAEA.

These e-learning courses assist professionals from Member States in building capacity in the field of radiation protection of patients. Most of them offer a certification of attendance. To access the full list, please go to this platform. Available courses: Diagnostic Reference Levels in Medical Imaging (English) Tips & Tricks: Radiation Protection in Radiography (English).


Training material | IAEA - International Atomic Energy Agency.

The training material on this webpage is available for download. The purpose of the material is to train the trainers, who are hospital personnel e.g. medical physicists/radiation protection officers, medical and paramedical staff concerned in the corresponding specialty. Approved training packages may be copied, distributed, displayed, incorporated in customized.


Radiation doses in interventional procedures | IAEA.

These are two measured dosimetric quantities that can be used to estimate the radiation risks. Gy?cm2 is used for estimating stochastic risk to patients while mGy relates to tissue reaction. Gy?cm2 is a unit historically known as dose-area product ....


Radiation protection of staff in dental radiology | IAEA.

NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR RADIATION PROTECTION, Implementation of the Principle As Low As Reasonable Achievable (ALARA) for Medical and Dental Personnel, NCRP Report 107, NCRP (1990). AUSTRALIAN RADIATION PROTECTION AND NUCLEAR SAFETY AGENCY, Radiation Protection in Dentistry, Code of Practice and Safety Guide, RPS 10, Canberra, Australia (2005)..


The Selection of Patients for Dental Radiographic Examinations.

86. National Council for Radiation Protection & Measurements, ed. NCRP Report No. 145 - Radiation Protection in Dentistry. Bethesda: National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurement; 2003. 87..


Safety in radiology: Responsibilities of health professionals | IAEA.

You have the primary responsibility for ensuring overall radiological protection of patients and to: Ensure that each medical exposure is justified in consultation with the referring physician; Ensure that the exposure of patients is the minimum required to achieve the intended objective, taking into account the relevant diagnostic reference ....


Diagnostic Reference Levels (DRLs) | IAEA.

DRL as a level used in medical imaging to indicate whether, in routine conditions, the dose to the patient or the amount of radiopharmaceuticals administered in a specified radiological procedure for medical imaging is unusually high or unusually low for that procedure. Diagnostic reference levels (DRLs) are a practical tool to promote optimization..


OPEN-LMS: All courses - International Atomic Energy Agency.

The IAEA's Learning Management System. It provides publicly available learning materials as a part of the Cyber Learning Platform for Network Education and Training (CLP4NET).


Medical X-ray Imaging | FDA.

International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Radiation Protection of Patients (RPOP): Patients and Public -- basic information on radiation exposure for ....


Pediatric X-ray Imaging | FDA.

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Radiation Protection of Patients (RPOP): Patients and Public and Pregnancy and Children ; Content current as of: 01/18/2018..


X-Ray Cancer: Know Your Risk and How You're Protected - Healthline.

Feb 27, 2019 . Exposure to X-rays and gamma rays can lead to cancer, but medical imaging procedures have a relatively low risk. The risk of death from cancer caused by 10 mSv from an imaging test is estimated at ....


Radiography - Wikipedia.

Radiography is an imaging technique using X-rays, gamma rays, or similar ionizing radiation and non-ionizing radiation to view the internal form of an object.Applications of radiography include medical radiography ("diagnostic" and "therapeutic") and industrial radiography.Similar techniques are used in airport security (where "body scanners" generally use backscatter X-ray)..