The application of radiation to medical problems plays an ever-increasing role in diagnosis and treatment of disease. It is essential that medical physicists have the knowledge, understanding and practical skills to implement radiation protection as new techniques are developed. Practical Radiation Protection in Healthcare provides a practical guide for medical physicists and others involved with radiation protection in the healthcare environment. The guidance is based on principles set out in current recommendations of the International Commission for Radiological Protection and methods developed by a variety of professional bodies. Written by practitioners experienced in the field this practical reference manual covers both established techniques and new areas of application. This new edition has be fully revised and updated to cover new requirements linked to the increased knowledge of radiation effects, and the development of new technology. Each specialist area is covered in a separate chapter to allow easy reference with individual chapters being assigned to different types of non-ionising radiations. Tabulated data is included to allow the reader to carry out calculations for situations encountered frequently without reference to further texts.Vienna: IAEA, 2014. http://www-pub.iaea. org/MTCD/Publications/PDF/ Pub1578_web57265295.pdf Council Directive (Euratom 2013/59) laying down basic safety ... Estimation of effective dose in diagnostic radiology from entrance surface dose and dose-area product measurements. ... Additional factors for the estimation of mean glandular breast dose using the UK mammography dosimetry protocol.
|Title||:||Practical Radiation Protection in Healthcare|
|Author||:||Colin J. Martin, David G. Sutton|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 2015-01-05|