permissible dose


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permissible dose

[pərmis′ibəl]
Etymology: L, permittere, to permit, dosis, something given
the maximum amount of radiation that may be expected to produce no significantly harmful results if given to an individual in a specified period.

permissible dose,

permissible dose

see dose equivalent limits.
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Sky stressed the abnormal result does not mean Froome has breached anti-doping rules and Brailsford insisted he has the "utmost confidence that Chris followed the medical guidance in managing his asthma symptoms, staying within the permissible dose for Salbutamol.
government was under increasing pressure to calculate industry standards for permissible dose.
Radiation protection standards are not supple, self-reflexive beings--their very point of existence is to draw lines in the sand, to enforce a singular and universal notion of permissible dose.
The NCRP maximum permissible dose is 500 mSv per year for the skin, hands and feet.
Likewise, while maximum permissible doses for health care workers have been set and redefined, most organizations emphasize the ALARA principle ("as low as reasonably achievable") in handling occupational exposure to radiation.
1 reactor was exposed to twice the annual permissible dose of radiation.
Historically, the first permissible dose proposed was linked to deterministic effects of ionizing radiation.
Spraying with the highest permissible dose of an effective pesticide such as Monsanto Roundup, only guarantees an 80 per cent clearance per application.
The dictionary is prefaced with a basic pronunciation guide, conversion tables, maximum permissible dose calculation guidelines, and prophylactic antibiotics charts.
s recommended permissible dose of radiation to the thyroid and bone marrow for the general public.
This concept addresses the maximum permissible dose that an individual may receive annually or accumulate over a working lifetime.
In early March she was told it was "very aggressive and she would need the highest permissible dose of chemotherapy".