cumulative dose


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cumulative dose

[′kyü·myə·ləd·iv ′dōs]
(nucleonics)
The total dose resulting from repeated exposures to radiation.
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We found that a greater proportion of participants receiving DOC developed severe leucopenia, which may be explained by the higher cumulative doses taken over longer periods.
5) In our study, despite being with lower coefficiency values, we found negative and significant correlations between the thicknesses of retinal layer measured at 1 mm distant to fovea centralis and drug consumption duration, cumulative dose of drug, dose of drug per kilogram of actual and lean body masses.
These patients were relatively young, their cumulative dose was relatively low, and yet they still appeared to benefit from" leuprolide treatment, Dr.
Combining these cumulative doses, the dose-response model, the atmospheric dispersion model, and the population density of reoccupants allows us to compute the total number of inhalation anthrax cases.
Finally, serum BGP was inversely correlated with the cumulative dose of steroids (r = -0.
Estimated average cumulative doses in the 24 counties with highest exposures nationwide ranged from 9 to 16 rads, and a child in one of those counties theoretically could have received more than 100 rads.
But not so far west as to allow these mountains to escape the cumulative doses of nighttime ozone.
Enhancements to Carestream's radiology information system including the storage and tracking of radiation dose information and other capabilities that lay the groundwork to support cumulative dose tracking, which is an important patient care initiative worldwide; and
The researchers used a novel, weighted cumulative dose model to assess serious infection risk associated with glucocorticoid exposure, providing greater accuracy over conventional models.
In the creation of RDTS, RadTrac took a strong mindset to develop a proactive approach in hopes to help hospitals prevent radiation overexposure through tracking cumulative dose levels.
Citing findings from various studies, the food safety panel has concluded that a cumulative dose of 100 millisieverts or more throughout one's lifetime poses significant health risks.

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