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to administer or add a drug to

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The absorbed dose was taken along Y-axis and field size was taken along X-axis using different depths for analysis.
Where results of dosimetry are not given an assumption is made for the purposes of this study that absorbed doses do not differ greatly from the target doses reported in the literature.
factor is set at 1; that is, the absorbed dose equals the equivalent
Driver and Ross are correct in stating that if we had used the estimate of absorbed dose in Zartarian and co-authors (2005), we would have resulted in a lower exposure estimate.
95 would give the absorbed dose in rads near the surface of the body where the dosimeter is worn, and thus the same dose in rem from gamma radiation, for a small volume of tissue in the vicinity of the chamber.
The absorbed dose rates in air calculated from the radioactivity concentration of the various samples are given in Tables 1 and 2 for the overburden, shale, and tar sand respectively.
He explains the characteristics of ionizing radiation and its dosimetry, the process of absorption of the energy of ionizing radiation, the absorbed dose and its biological effects, direct and indirection actions, the response of the cell to the action of ionizing radiation, and the long-term biological effects of low doses of ionizing radiation.
Specifically, the petitioner requested a response to amend the food additive regulations to provide for the safe use of ionizing radiation for the control of foodborne pathogens and extension of shelf-life in fresh iceberg lettuce and fresh spinach up to a maximum absorbed dose of 4.
This equation could provide users with a guide to the absorbed dose delivered as a function of the Agfa indices and the tube kV.
The authors reviewed the published literature to determine whether patients are receiving a higher absorbed dose of radiation and explored several proposed models to optimize the radiation dose delivered to patients and track cumulative lifetime dose.
rad = the standard unit of absorbed dose or the energy deposited per gram of tissue mass.
These films (also referred to as radiachromic films) change their optical absorbance in proportion to the absorbed dose.
The generating equipment of medicas radiations requires of an suitable methodology to evaluate the fisicas amounts: absorbed dose, half-value thickness (CS), yield, among others to assure the optimal conditions of use.