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Automated system of control of radioactive liquid effluents of patients submitted to therapy in hospitals of nuclear medicine (SACEL); Sistema automatizado de control de efluentes liquidos radiactivos de pacientes sometidos a terapia en hospitales de medicina nuclear (SACEL)

Abstract

Different hospitals of nuclear medicine require of the technical attendance for the design, construction and instrumentation of an effluents retention system coming from the room dedicated to the medical application of iodine 131, with the one object of giving execution to the normative requirements of radiological protection, settled down in the General Regulation of Radiological Safety (RGSR) emitted by the CNSNS in November, 1988 and in the corresponding official standards. An automatic system of flow measurement, the activity concentration of the effluents to the drainage, the discharges control and the automated report it will allow the execution of the national regulations, also the elimination of unhealthy activities as the taking of samples, analysis of those same and the corresponding paperwork, its will allow that the SACEL is capable of to carry out registrations that are to consult in an automated way. The changes in the demands of the National Commission of Nuclear Safety and Safeguards in relation to the liberation of radioactive material in hospitals by medical treatments, it has created the necessity to develop a system that quantifies and dose the liquid effluents of people under thyroid treatment with iodine-131 to the drainage. The Automated System of Control of  More>>
Authors:
Ruiz C, M A; Rivero G, T; Celis del Angel, L; Sainz M, E; Molina, G [1] 
  1. ININ, 52045 Ocoyoacac, Estado de Mexico (Mexico)
Publication Date:
Jul 01, 2006
Product Type:
Conference
Report Number:
INIS-MX-2170
Resource Relation:
Conference: 1. american congress of the IRPA; 7. regional congress of radiological and nuclear safety; 24. annual meeting of the SMSR; 17. annual congress of the SNM, Retos y tendencias para el continente americano respecto a la proteccion radiologica, la seguridad nuclear y el ambiente, Acapulco, Gro. (Mexico), 3-8 Sep 2006
Subject:
12 MANAGEMENT OF RADIOACTIVE WASTES, AND NON-RADIOACTIVE WASTES FROM NUCLEAR FACILITIES; ACTIVITY LEVELS; AUTOMATION; CONCENTRATION RATIO; CONTROL SYSTEMS; DESIGN; DIAGRAMS; HALF-LIFE; HOSPITALS; IODINE 131; LIQUID WASTES; NUCLEAR MEDICINE; PATIENTS; RADIOACTIVE EFFLUENTS; RADIOISOTOPES; STANDARDS; THERAPY
OSTI ID:
20854842
Research Organizations:
International Radiation Protection Association (IRPA) (France); Sociedad Mexicana de Seguridad Radiologica A.C. (SMSR), Mexico D.F. (Mexico); Sociedad Nuclear Mexicana (SNM), Mexico D.F. (Mexico); Organismo Internacional de Energia Atomica (OIEA), Vienna (Australia); Federacion de Radioproteccion de America Latina y el Caribe (FRALC), Zacatecas (Mexico); Organizacion Panamericana de la Salud (OPS), Washington, D.C. (United States)
Country of Origin:
Mexico
Language:
Spanish
Other Identifying Numbers:
TRN: MX0700057027862
Availability:
Available from INIS in electronic form
Submitting Site:
MXN
Size:
10 pages
Announcement Date:
Apr 18, 2007

Citation Formats

Ruiz C, M A, Rivero G, T, Celis del Angel, L, Sainz M, E, and Molina, G. Automated system of control of radioactive liquid effluents of patients submitted to therapy in hospitals of nuclear medicine (SACEL); Sistema automatizado de control de efluentes liquidos radiactivos de pacientes sometidos a terapia en hospitales de medicina nuclear (SACEL). Mexico: N. p., 2006. Web.
Ruiz C, M A, Rivero G, T, Celis del Angel, L, Sainz M, E, & Molina, G. Automated system of control of radioactive liquid effluents of patients submitted to therapy in hospitals of nuclear medicine (SACEL); Sistema automatizado de control de efluentes liquidos radiactivos de pacientes sometidos a terapia en hospitales de medicina nuclear (SACEL). Mexico.
Ruiz C, M A, Rivero G, T, Celis del Angel, L, Sainz M, E, and Molina, G. 2006. "Automated system of control of radioactive liquid effluents of patients submitted to therapy in hospitals of nuclear medicine (SACEL); Sistema automatizado de control de efluentes liquidos radiactivos de pacientes sometidos a terapia en hospitales de medicina nuclear (SACEL)." Mexico.
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title = {Automated system of control of radioactive liquid effluents of patients submitted to therapy in hospitals of nuclear medicine (SACEL); Sistema automatizado de control de efluentes liquidos radiactivos de pacientes sometidos a terapia en hospitales de medicina nuclear (SACEL)}
author = {Ruiz C, M A, Rivero G, T, Celis del Angel, L, Sainz M, E, and Molina, G}
abstractNote = {Different hospitals of nuclear medicine require of the technical attendance for the design, construction and instrumentation of an effluents retention system coming from the room dedicated to the medical application of iodine 131, with the one object of giving execution to the normative requirements of radiological protection, settled down in the General Regulation of Radiological Safety (RGSR) emitted by the CNSNS in November, 1988 and in the corresponding official standards. An automatic system of flow measurement, the activity concentration of the effluents to the drainage, the discharges control and the automated report it will allow the execution of the national regulations, also the elimination of unhealthy activities as the taking of samples, analysis of those same and the corresponding paperwork, its will allow that the SACEL is capable of to carry out registrations that are to consult in an automated way. The changes in the demands of the National Commission of Nuclear Safety and Safeguards in relation to the liberation of radioactive material in hospitals by medical treatments, it has created the necessity to develop a system that quantifies and dose the liquid effluents of people under thyroid treatment with iodine-131 to the drainage. The Automated System of Control of radioactive liquids effluents generated in Hospitals of Nuclear Medicine (SACEL) developed in the National Institute of Nuclear Research, it fulfills this regulation, besides improving the work conditions for the medical and technical personnel of the hospital in that are installed, since this system has the advantage of to be totally automated and to require of a minimum of attendance. The SACEL is an electro-hydraulic system of effluents control, based in the alternate operation of two decay deposits of the activity of the material contaminated with iodine-131. The system allows to take a registration of those volumes and liberated dose, besides being able to be monitoring in remote form. (Author)}
place = {Mexico}
year = {2006}
month = {Jul}
}