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NCRP

(Network Computer Reference Profile) The specification for network computer compliance established by Oracle and endorsed by Sun, IBM and others. The first version of this specification was known as the NC1 Reference Profile. See network computer.
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To adhere optimally to the ALARA principle, the authors recommend that radiographers use rectangular collimation meeting NCRP specifications for beam limitation when exposing intraoral radiographs.
TABLE 9 Analysis Using NCRP Prison Admissions Data: Estimated Effects of Draft Eligibility and Military Service on Incarceration Years 1983-1991 1983 1984 1985 (1) (2) (3) (4) Panel A: Incarceration for a Violent Crime, White Males Estimated effect of -0.
among those in the NCRP with 30-year sentences imposed at age twenty-two
Radiation NCRP guidelines for community people to each person 5 / 0 in Rome for the whole body is limited.
The NCRP combined with the census data make possible yearly estimations of the U.
Since the commencement of the NCRP annual, biannual and consolidated reports have been regularly published.
National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements, Medical Radiation Exposure of Pregnant and Potentially Pregnant Women, NCRP Report No.
Interventional radiology exams, according the NCRP report, are the third largest dose contributor in medicine following CT and nuclear medicine procedures.
NCRP did not support AB 624, but in March 2009 the organization released "Criteria for Philanthropy at Its Best: Benchmarks to Assess and Enhance Grantmaker Impact," which has also become the focus of debate within the philanthropic community.
The NCRP data help in undertaking cancer research whether it is epidemiological, basic or clinical and for planning cancer control.
However, NCRP cannot render an opinion of the net benefit of using these devices based on the ionizing radiation aspects alone.