effective radiation

effective radiation

[ə¦fek·tiv ‚rād·ē′ā·shən]
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The Halcyon can deliver effective radiation therapy in as little as five minutes.
The effective radiation dose was measured as 1.2 to 4.3 mGy depending on the patient's body weight.
Appropriate training would produce health and medical service personnel who would practice effective radiation management methods in their workplaces.20
Those who exceeded the average effective radiation dose limit in a consecutive 5-year period or in any year, those who were on a regular medication and who had harmful habits that could disrupt their blood values, and those who had metabolic diseases were excluded from the study.
The mean effective radiation dose imparted by such a protocol is 0.83 mSv for normal weight patients increasing to 2.0 for overweight patients [67].
In other words, the electric field distributions and the effective radiation area are improved by the coupled frame.
The solar energy potential of the solar field can be calculated from the collector aperture and the effective radiation. Equation (1) shows the available solar energy.
This measure adopts the definition of 1 MED as the radiation dose that leads to an observable reddening of fair skin, typically taken as equivalent to a time-integrated dose equal to 210 J [m.sup.-2] of biologically effective radiation as defined in Equation 3 (Pathak & Fanselow 1983).
Additionally, the effective radiation dose of CT scans is constantly being lowered and the quality of the scans with regard to metal artifacts is improving [11].

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