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By Vincent J. Markovchick MD FAAEM FACEP, Peter T. Pons MD FACEP, Katherine A. Bakes MD
(Hanley & Belfus) Univ. of Colorado, Denver. resource for secure perform of emergency medication. gains concise solutions, advice, bulleted lists and tables, and a close index. Question-and-answer structure. past variation: c1999. Softcover
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2. Discuss the origins of radon in air and describe how its effects may be ameliorated. I 49 50 1 ,-I_____N_A_T_U_R_A_L_A_N_D_M_A_N_-_M_A_D_E_RA_D_IA_T_I_O_N_ _ _ _-----' 3. Calculate the average dose received by members of the general population (from background radiation) in the UK over the first 30 years of their life. 4. Explain the difference between diagnostic and therapeutic radiology and comment on the contribution of each to the average dose received by members of the public. 1 THE ROLE OF THE ICRP The International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP) was established by the second International Congress of Radiology (ICR) in 1928.
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Even earlier, it had been recognized that there was a remarkably high incidence of lung cancer among the miners in the Schneeberg cobalt mines of Saxony and the Joachimsthal pitchblende mines in Bohemia. Eventually, this high rate of lung cancer was shown to be due to radiation from the daughter products e e e ----'I I '---_ _ _C_V_R_R_E_N_T_SO_V_R_C_E_S_O_F_M_A_N_-M_A_D_E_R_A_D_IA_T_I_O_N_ _ _ of uranium, namely 226Ra, 222Rn, 218pO, and others. These mines contain large concentrations of uranium.