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dose reconstruction

An estimate of the total exposure of a person or population to the environmental release of a toxic substance, such as a pollutant or a sudden burst of radiation.
See also: reconstruction
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It is possible to estimate dose distributions in the organism, effective doses or doses to specific organs with the help of numerical phantoms of human body for planned or accident situations, for radiation protection purposes or dose reconstruction for overexposed individuals.
Under the final rule, HHS also will obtain reviews by the Advisory Board on Radiation and Worker Health, with public input, for the purpose of keeping the implementation of the rules in step with scientific progress on dose reconstruction and probability of causation.
Although these data never fully characterize personal exposure, they serve as the basis for dose reconstruction which is necessary for determining dose/response relationships.
Ignoring those errors in individual dose reconstruction results in underestimation of both the point estimate of radiation risk per Gy (as a continuous variable) and the upper limit of 95% CI (Li et al.
A review of the dose reconstruction program of the Defense Threat Reduction Agency.
We estimated individual bone marrow radiation doses by the Realistic Analytical Dose Reconstruction with Uncertainty Estimation (RADRUE) method.
Also on display will be GE's comprehensive CT portfolio including the exceptional ASiR (adaptive statistical iterative reconstruction) low dose reconstruction technology, available on GE Discovery CT750 HD, Optima CT660 and BrightSpeed Elite.
The second report found that Labor and NIOSH faced a large backlog of claims awaiting dose reconstruction. To enhance program management and transparency, HHS implemented GAO's recommendation to establish time frames for completing profiles of Energy work sites, which are a critical element in efficiently processing claims that require dose reconstruction.