permissible dose

permissible dose

[pər′mis·ə·bəl ′dōs]
(nucleonics)
The amount of radiation that may be safely received by an individual within a specified period. Formerly known as tolerance dose.
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He added, 'I have the utmost confidence that Chris followed the medical guidance in managing his asthma symptoms, staying within the permissible dose for salbutamol.'
Since the first course of radiotherapy had been delivered using conventional 2D radiotherapy techniques, the organs at risk were assumed to have received maximal permissible dose. Constraints to critical organs were tailored for each individual patient with an aim to reduce the dose to as low as achievable.
I took the greatest care to ensure I did not use more than the permissible dose."
Froome insists he took "the greatest care" not to exceed the permissible dose of Salbumatol.
Sky said Froome had to take an increased dosage of salbutamol without exceeding the permissible dose after he "experienced acute asthma symptoms" during the final week of the Vuelta.
I have the utmost confidence that Chris followed the medical guidance in managing his asthma symptoms, staying within the permissible dose for Salbutamol." The debate will focus on when Froome took his last dose of the drug, how dehydrated he was and whether anything else he was taking or eating may have had an impact.
"As always, I took the greatest care to ensure I did not use more than the permissible dose."
The target organ in this case is the bone marrow since the goal of dosimetry-guided RAI treatment is to deliver the maximum permissible dose to the patient without permanent damage to the bone marrow.
The challenge of remediation, then, is to measure and manage the conditions of carcinogenic encounter--titrating environmental contamination with human activity to achieve the appropriate balance of permissible dose. In this article, I follow the genesis and development of "Jane," a future human designed for life in post-cleanup Hanford.
Key words: fish growth, grass carp, heavy metal toxicity, permissible dose, sub lethal dose, non-essential heavy metals, Cd and Pb.