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When doses reach up to 100,000 mrem in a single exposure, cells cannot repair as quickly, resulting in cellular death or permanently altered structures.
The radiation-related exposure variables included estimated maximum and likely gamma exposure during the 10 days after the accident (0-7, 8-20, 21-34, [grater than or equal to] 35 mrems; 0-2, 3-7, 8-15, [greater than or equal to]16 mrems, respectively), and natural background exposure (low, low/medium, and medium/high).
terrestrial sources such as isotopes in granite: 28 mrem
In 2012 there were 1,325 incidents of disposal facilities in the commonwealth reporting loads of wastes with levels the 10 mrem limit, Poister said.
But there is a growing consensus among health professionals that no such risk occurs below 10,000 mrem.
According to NCRP Report 102, the safe annual dose for industrial exposure is 5 rem = 5000 mrem.
001 Gy (assuming the 1 to 1 conversion of mrem to mrad and subsequent conversion to Gy).
You get exposed to 20 mREM if you take a round-trip flight from New York to Tokyo, and just living in Denver for a year you would receive about 50-85 mREM," Dr.
252) A 2009 report shows an average annual dose of 620 mrem for the U.
The healthiest survivors were those who received approximately 10,000 mrem (millirems) of radiation in a very short time--a second or less.
The minimum exposure level at which fogging occurs is 5 mrem, and no film received an exposure in excess of that amount.
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