Objective: The magnitude of cancer risk in humans exposed to low radiation
doses ( 100mSv) is uncertain and depends upon extrapolation of human population based estimates obtained at higher doses.
The practice - previously thought harmless - uses a low radiation
He then recommended Motorola as a brand which gave out low radiation
emissions after hearing it "on a programme".
The low radiation
frequency then makes it technically feasible to optically couple mechanical elements at distances much smaller than the wavelength, allowing, for instance, to exploit optical forces between surface plasmon modes atop metallic membranes.
A four hour test that involves a low radiation
isotope labeled to a meal, a GS study typically takes place in the nuclear medicine section of the hospital and includes taking pictures of the stomach with the patient standing and lying down.
A new, modern piece of equipment is required with excellent image quality and low radiation
doses for patients and staff to develop a robust fluoroscopy service for the Trust.
In fact, there has never been a reported health impact from such low radiation
doses and the benefit is evident in our data.
This achievement enables the new LumaGEM[TM] MBI System by Gamma Medica to deliver the same low radiation
dose as digital screening mammography.
This is especially beneficial for children and young adults who are more susceptible to the possible harmful effects of low radiation
The key challenges for the X-ray systems market in India would be a shortage of healthcare professionals and poor awareness about the benefits of low radiation
within the general population.
It's a system of high technology, low radiation
and a focus on comfort.
Clinical experience and experience with nuclear accident victims points out that one of the primary concerns associated with the exposure to upper half body irradiation (UHBI) or total body irradiation is an acute but delayed onset of radiation pneumonitis with an incidence that rises very steeply at relatively low radiation