2 edition of Recent developments and new trends in radiation protection found in the catalog.
Recent developments and new trends in radiation protection
Regional Congress of IRPA (11th 1983 Vienna, Austria)
|Statement||XI. Regional Congress of IRPA [and] Austrian-Hungarian-Yugoslavian Radiation Protection Meeting, Vienna, September 20-24, 1983.|
|Series||OVS-Mitteilung ;, 1984/5|
|Contributions||International Radiation Protection Association., Österreichischer Verband für Strahlenschutz., Austrian--Hungarian--Yugoslavian Radiation Protection Meeting (1983 : Vienna, Austria)|
|LC Classifications||RA569 .R42 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|LC Control Number||86201034|
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This chapter discusses protection of the environment from exposure to ionizing radiation. it summarizes recent developments in this area, sets out likely future developments and trends, identifies potential implications for both regulators and operators, and provides, as an example, an impact assessment for an estuarine site in England using the Environment Agency's current .Article 50—i.e., Protection and Management of Medical Radiation Exposure—of the “rules relating to technical standards, such as radiation safety management,” which were revised on Decemstates that: 2) Those who use radioactive isotopes in humans should do so that the benefits are greater than the harm caused by radiation.Advances in external beam radiation revolutionize delivery methods.
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