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The minimum erythema dose (MED) is the minimum input of UVR necessary to produce an erythemal reaction per square unit of surface area of skin after 24 hours of exposure.
Persistent erythema dose is the lowest radiation exposure to ultraviolet radiation sufficient to produce either, just perceptible erythema on exposed lesional skin after 24hours or an erythema with sharp margins after 24hours and persisting at 72hours after the exposure (13).
It is determined that during cutting, when the intensity of the source of UVA radiation is 1500 mW/[m.sup.2] and that of UVB radiation is about 1.0 mW/[m.sup.2], the received UV radiation dose per hour exceeds the minimum erythema dose, namely, UVA is about 3 000, UVB about 300 times higher.
Outcome measures consisted of skin blood flow, skin biopsy, and minimal erythema dose (MED).
Melanin Density Increased After Treatment With low 40% MED * Scores With high 12% MED * Scores * Minimal erythema dose. Note: Based on a study of 79 subjects.
Prof Diffey said that 'adequate' sun exposure is not easily defined, but it is thought that a weekly dose of 1 MED (minimal erythema dose) - the exposure necessary to result in a just perceptible reddening of the skin - to the face, hands and arms in the spring, summer, and autumn is more than enough to satisfy the body's requirement for vitamin D throughout the year.
For group B, starting dose was 75% of minimal erythema dose (MED) for the skin type.
The Model 501A UV-Biometer measures UVB radiation in units of Minimum Erythema Dose per hour (MED/h).
First, the minimal erythema dose for unprotected skin (MEDunprotected) was determined.
Twenty-one healthy volunteers [either untreated or treated with oral psoralens (8-MOP or 5-MOP)] were enrolled in this study and exposed to solar radiation for evaluation of the following clinical parameters: immediate pigment darkening (IPD), minimal erythema dose (MED), minimal melanogenic dose (MMD), and minimal phototoxic dose (MPD) before and after topical or oral administration of PL.
The dose response curve of UV erythema was determined by reflectance spectrophotometry and the minimal erythema dose (MED) by visual grading before and after supplementation.
Los Angeles Bureau Melanin Density Increased After Treatment With low MED* scores 40% With high MED* scores 12% *Minimal erythema dose. Note: Based on a study of 79 subjects.