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Internal radiation dose in diagnostic nuclear medicine

Abstract

Absorbed dose values per unit administered activity for the most frequently used radipharmaceuticals and methods were calculated according to the MIRD concept or compiled from literature and were tabulated in conventional as well as in the SI-units recently introduced. The data are given for critical or investigated organs, ovaries, testes and red bone marrow. Where available, dose values for newborns, infants and children are included. Additionally, mean values of administered activity are listed. The manner in which to estimate the radiation dose to the patient is to multiply the tabulated dose values per unit administered activity with the corresponding mean or the actually administered activity. The methods are arranged in correlation with the following nuclear medical subspecialities: 1. Endocrinology 2. Neurology, 3. Osteomyology, 4. Gastroenterology, 5. Nephrology, 6. Pulmonology, 7. Hematology, 8. Cardiology/Angiology.
Publication Date:
Jan 01, 1978
Product Type:
Book
Reference Number:
AIX-10-482276; EDB-80-051489
Subject:
62 RADIOLOGY AND NUCLEAR MEDICINE; RADIATION DOSES; DATA COMPILATION; RADIOPHARMACEUTICALS; BONE MARROW; CRITICAL ORGANS; DIAGNOSIS; INTERNAL IRRADIATION; NUCLEAR MEDICINE; OVARIES; PATIENTS; RADIOISOTOPE SCANNING; TABLES; TESTES; THEORETICAL DATA; BODY; COUNTING TECHNIQUES; DATA; DATA FORMS; DOSES; DRUGS; FEMALE GENITALS; GONADS; HEMATOPOIETIC SYSTEM; INFORMATION; IRRADIATION; LABELLED COMPOUNDS; MALE GENITALS; MEDICINE; NUMERICAL DATA; ORGANS; RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS; TISSUES; 550601* - Medicine- Unsealed Radionuclides in Diagnostics
OSTI ID:
5464538
Country of Origin:
Germany
Language:
English
Submitting Site:
INIS
Size:
Pages: 111
Announcement Date:

Citation Formats

Roedler, H D, Kaul, A, and Hine, G J. Internal radiation dose in diagnostic nuclear medicine. Germany: N. p., 1978. Web.
Roedler, H D, Kaul, A, & Hine, G J. Internal radiation dose in diagnostic nuclear medicine. Germany.
Roedler, H D, Kaul, A, and Hine, G J. 1978. "Internal radiation dose in diagnostic nuclear medicine." Germany.
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title = {Internal radiation dose in diagnostic nuclear medicine}
author = {Roedler, H D, Kaul, A, and Hine, G J}
abstractNote = {Absorbed dose values per unit administered activity for the most frequently used radipharmaceuticals and methods were calculated according to the MIRD concept or compiled from literature and were tabulated in conventional as well as in the SI-units recently introduced. The data are given for critical or investigated organs, ovaries, testes and red bone marrow. Where available, dose values for newborns, infants and children are included. Additionally, mean values of administered activity are listed. The manner in which to estimate the radiation dose to the patient is to multiply the tabulated dose values per unit administered activity with the corresponding mean or the actually administered activity. The methods are arranged in correlation with the following nuclear medical subspecialities: 1. Endocrinology 2. Neurology, 3. Osteomyology, 4. Gastroenterology, 5. Nephrology, 6. Pulmonology, 7. Hematology, 8. Cardiology/Angiology.}
place = {Germany}
year = {1978}
month = {Jan}
}