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Year : 1998  |  Volume : 23  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 283-286

An Assessment Of Patient Exposure And Radiation Protection Aspects In Diagnostic Radiology



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The radiation doses due to X-ray radiation of 26 diagnostic installations in Dhaka city have been measured using thermoluminescence dosimeter (TLD-100) and portable dose rate meter. General information about every installation has been recorded. Measurements have been carried out for patient's entrance skin dose levels for various types of X-ray projections and for dose rates at some specific locations (e.g., control panel, inside and outside of the door). The organ and effective doses have been estimated by using a computer program PREPARES. Doses for six organs for female and four organs for male patients have been estimated using this program. The present measurements will provide a useful baseline for future measurements and will be used to evaluate the collective doses to the population from medical exposures and the radiation risks from the various radiological procedures.


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