This report addresses systems using ionizing radiation, but also describes briefly some systems under consideration that utilize nonionizing radiation
Slightly higher energies of nonionizing radiation
have been used to change our world.
He describes how the Reagan White House tried to suppress the EPA's initial findings about the harmful effects of nonionizing radiation
Theoretically, they're considered sources of nonionizing radiation
, just like any FM radio, or microwave oven we use in the house.
identifying and removing both ionizing and nonionizing radiation
exposure where feasible.
2007) did not correctly address nonionizing radiation
and, in particular, power frequency magnetic fields as a possible risk factor for childhood leukemia.
Because the ARRT's mission is to recognize individuals "qualified" in the use of ionizing and nonionizing radiation
for medical imaging and radiation therapy, it falls upon the ARRT to define what "qualified" means.
With respect to the electromagnetic field (EMF) exposure or the socalled radiation, we wish to clarify that the EMF produced by the transmission lines with the required distances is well below the recommended longterm exposure levels prescribed by the International Commission on Nonionizing Radiation
Protection and adopted by the Department of Health," he said in an Oct.
The environmental risk factors discussed include ionizing radiation, nonionizing radiation
, hydrocarbons, pesticides, alcohol use, cigarette smoking, and illicit drug use.
Ionizing radiation is used in radiography, fluoroscopy, mammography, CT, nuclear medicine and radiation therapy, whereas nonionizing radiation
is used in sonography and MR.
Since that time, industry-backed research has disputed the idea that human-produced nonionizing radiation
can cause such symptoms.