ASSESSMENT OF OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE AND INDIVIDUAL RADIOSENSITIVITY IN PEOPLE EXPOSED TO RADIATION USING METHODS OF PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DOSIMETRY
Published: 1 Jun 2014
Abstract: This paper examined people professionally in contact with sources of ionizing radiation. The incidence of chromosomal aberrations, the radionuclide content in the urine of the radiochemical method and calculation of internal doses based on the results of direct measurement of the concentration of incorporated radionuclides 137Cs and 241Am using human radiation spectrometer (HRS). According to the results of physical and biological dosimetry identified individual cumulative doses and the ratio defined cohort surveyed by radiosensitivity.
Keywords: chromosomal aberrations, physical methods of dosimetry, radiation sensitivity, ionizing radiation, biodosimetry
Cite this article: Oksana G. Cherednichenko, Elena G. Gubitskaya, Mara M. Bitenova, Sergei N. Lukashenko, Anastasiya L. Pilugina. ASSESSMENT OF OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE AND INDIVIDUAL RADIOSENSITIVITY IN PEOPLE EXPOSED TO RADIATION USING METHODS OF PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DOSIMETRY. Journal of International Scientific Publications: Ecology & Safety 8, 487-495 (2014). https://www.scientific-publications.net/en/article/1000121/
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