exposure factor

exposure factor

[ik′spō·zhər ‚fak·tər]
(nucleonics)
A quantity f used to specify radiographic exposure equal to st / d 2, where s is the intensity of radioactive source, t is the time, and d is the source to film distance.
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Patient-based radiographic exposure factor selection: a systematic review.
Strong houses in safe locations reduce the exposure factor. Housing can also help increase adaptive capacity since houses are not just sites of protection but also sites of production among poor families (e.g., the sari-sari stores and the mananahi).
"It's sent a red flag to a lot of state athletic commissions about the blood exposure factor," Muhammad said.
* Exposure Factor - Your lens ability to transmit light to the image sensor is reduced in proportion to the magnifying power of teleconverter.
Insurance to Exposure Factors Percentage of Insurance to Exposure Factor 75% or more 1.00 50% to 74.9% 1.75 25% to 49.9% 2.50 Under 25% 3.25 Insurance-to-exposure factors do not apply to items insured under Option A.
The exposure factor for soft tissue was selected 40kvp and 1.5mA.s.
Exposure factor Ce is calculated from following formula (NBC 2005 4.1.7.1):
The very nature of these industries and their frequent direct interaction with public officials and agencies will also be a significant exposure factor. Questions will additionally have to be considered regarding the method and extent to which 'encouraging' intermediaries, such as doctors, to use particular products is appropriate.
"Physicians need to get prepared for increasing numbers of kids with neurobehavioral disorders; they need to be aware that environmental noise may be a relevant exposure factor for such health conditions.
If the sponsors of a particular angler do not match those of the FLW, the exposure factor is not as big as many pros would like.
We then examined the fit of the measurement model in which the 17 CAPS items were specified to load onto four correlated PTSD factors and the 7 CES items were specified to load on the combat exposure factor. CAPS items B1 to B5 were loaded on the reexperiencing factor (with item B1 as the marker indicator of the factor), items C1 and C2 on the avoidance factor (with C1 the marker indicator), items C3 to C7 on the emotional numbing factor (with C4 the marker indicator), and items D1 to D5 on the hyperarousal factor (with D3 the marker indicator).
This ability contributes to so-called "exposure factor creep," which exposes patients to increasingly high radiation doses.