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Direct Methods for Measuring Radionuclides in the Human Body (Safety Series)

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Direct Methods for Measuring Radionuclides in the Human Body (Safety Series)

by Iaea

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Published by International Atomic Energy Agency .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nuclear issues,
  • Nuclear power & engineering,
  • Nuclear power industries,
  • Radiological Safety,
  • Technology,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Life Sciences - Biology - General,
  • Nuclear Energy

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages110
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12857477M
    ISBN 109201008961
    ISBN 109789201008961


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Direct Methods for Measuring Radionuclides in the Human Body (Safety Series) by Iaea Download PDF EPUB FB2

Direct methods for measuring radionuclides in the human body. — Vienna: International Atomic Energy Agency, p. ; 24 cm. — (Safety series, ISSN ; Safety practices) STI/PUB/ ISBN Includes bibliographical references.

Radiation dosimetry. International Atomic Energy Agency. Size: 3MB. INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY, Direct Methods for Measuring Radionuclides in the Human Body, Safety Series No. IAEA, Vienna (). Direct Methods for Measuring Radionuclides in the Human Body (Safety Series) [Not Available] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Not Available.

Get this from a library. Direct methods for measuring radionuclides in the human body. [International Atomic Energy Agency Nuclear Safety Standards Programme.]. As such it complements Safety Series No.

Direct Methods for Measuring Radionuclides in the Human Body (). It gives technical advice on the collection and analysis of biological and physical samples used to estimate intakes of radionuclides.

IAEA, Direct Methods for Measuring Radionuclides in the Human Body, Safety Series No. IAEA Vienna, Google Scholar IAEA, International Basic Safety Standards for Protection against Ionizing Radiation and for the Safety of Radiation Sources, Safety Series No. IAEA Vienna, Author: N.

Mocanu, V. Voicu, C. Mircioiu, G. Popescu, D. Hickman, A. Enache, R. Gligor, M. Puscalau. Direct Determination of the Body Content of Radionuclides (Report 69) Previous ICRU reports have dealt with the formulation and properties of tissue substitutes and phantoms that are used to calibrate in vivo measurement systems.

Uranium, radium, and radon can be measured in the urine, and there is a test to measure the total amount of radioactivity in the body. In addition, there is a test that measures the rate of elimination of radium and radon in exhaled breath.

Measuring Radionuclides in the Human Body (Safety Series No. ), published inand a Safety Report on Indirect Methods for Assessing Intakes of Radionuclides Causing Occupational Exposure (Safety Reports Series No.

18), published inthat give practical advice on the methods for individual monitoring of intakes of radionuclides by Size: KB. This report provides guidance on the overall process of the direct measurement of radionuclides in the human body for radiation protection and medical applications.

It addresses the detectors and. Uranium, radium, and radon can be measured in the urine, and there is a test to measure the total amount of radioactivity in the body. In addition, there is a test that measures the rate of elimination of radium and radon in exhaled breath.

() Health Hazard Information Acute Effects. Author(s): International Atomic Energy Agency. Title(s): Direct methods for measuring radionuclides in the human body.

Country of Publication: Austria Publisher: Vienna: International Atomic Energy Agency, Description: p.: ill. Whole body counting (WBC) benefits from new types of detectors and methodologies. It has found applications in areas such as in medicine, protection of workers and of population.

The design of a WBC facility should be tailored to the type of application. Monte Carlo calculations help to improve the reliability of the calibration of a facility, particularly for non-standard measurements (child.

It is supported by three safety reports on Direct methods for measuring radionuclides in the human body (International Atomic Energy Agency, ); on Indirect methods for assessing intakes of radionuclides causing occupational exposure (International Atomic Energy Agency, a) and on Assessment of radiation doses from intakes of.

Department of Radiochemistry, P.O. Box 5, FIN University of Helsinki, Finland. SUMMARY Whole-body counting is an established method for the determination of radionuclides that emit X or gamma radiation in the human body. Quantitative measurement is necessary for radiation protection purposes, but requires reliable calibration.

In addition, Technical Recommendations for Monitoring Individuals for Occupational Intakes of Radionuclides have been elaborated on behalf of the European Commission, DG. Body Composition Methods: Comparisons and Interpretation Duren J Diabetes Sci Technol Vol 2, Issue 6, November mass; and at the tissue level for amounts and distributions of adipose, skeletal, and muscle tissues.

Analysis from the atomic through the cellular levels is with direct body. outside the human body; and internal exposure which is associated with radioactive materials which are in a form capable of entering and interacting with the human body. Four basic types of radiation measuring instrument may be used in the work-place: (A) Dose rate meters used to measure the external exposure.

Analysis from the atomic through the cellular levels is with direct body composition methods such as neutron activation, isotope dilution, and total body counting. Criterion methods measure a property of the body, such as its density, or describe amounts and distributions of skeletal, muscle, and adipose tissues via X-ray or magnetic imaging.

ANALYTICAL METHODS The purpose of this chapter is to describe the analytical methods that are available for detecting, measuring, and/or monitoring strontium, its metabolites, and other biomarkers of exposure and effect to strontium.

The intent is not to provide an exhaustive list of analytical methods. Rather, the intention is to. "Direct methods for measuring radionuclides in the human body" Safety SeriesVienna: IAEA () Accuracy and detection limits for bioassay measurements in radiation protection.

Statistical.Abstract. The TECHREC project, funded by the European Commission, will provide Technical Recommendations for Monitoring Individuals for Occupational Intakes of is expected that the document will be published by the European Commission as a report in its Radiation Protection Series during Measuring Dose.

Placing your body near a radioactive source results in exposure. To evaluate the hazard from this exposure one must compute the absorbed dose.

This is defined as the energy imparted to a defined mass of tissue. Dose is generally not uniform over the body.

A radioactive substance can be selectively taken up by different organs or.