Radiation: Danger, Safety and Diseases
Level 1

Radiation: Danger, Safety and Diseases
Level 1

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  • 1. Introduction
  • 1.1. Definition of radiation
  • 1.2. Types of radiation
  • 1.3. Background radiation
  • 1.4. Nuclear power
  • 1.5. History of nuclear power plants; Accidents and safety
  • 2. Means of exposure
  • 2.1. Radiation exposure
  • 2.2. Radioactive contamination
  • 2.3. Irradiation vs contamination
  • 2.4. Radiation monitoring; Radiation doses considered to be safe; Personnel protection
  • 3. Medical aspects
  • 3.1. Major medical issues+radiation emergencies
  • 3.2. Initial lab Tests
  • 3.3. Acute radiation syndrome
  • 3.4. Cutaneous radiation syndrome (CRS)
  • 3.5. Medical management of internal contamination
  • 3.6. KI Blockage of Thyroid
  • 3.7. Stochastic effects
  • 3.8. Decontamination
  • 3.9. Psychological support and risk
  • 3.9.1. Immediate pshychological effects
  • 3.9.2. Long-term pshychological effects
  • 4. Medical countermeasures
  • 5. Appendix
  • 6. Bibliography




 


Assistants Pharmacy Sector
Radiation: Danger, Safety and Diseases
Level 2

Radiation: Danger, Safety and Diseases
Level 2

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  • 1. Introduction
  • 1.1. Definition of radiation
  • 1.2. Types of radiation
  • 1.3. Background radiation
  • 1.4. Nuclear power
  • 1.5. History of nuclear power plants; Accidents and safety
  • 2. Means of exposure
  • 2.1. Radiation exposure
  • 2.2. Radioactive contamination
  • 2.3. Irradiation vs contamination
  • 2.4. Radiation monitoring; Radiation doses considered to be safe; Personnel protection
  • 3. Medical aspects
  • 3.1. Major medical issues+radiation emergencies
  • 3.2. Initial lab Tests
  • 3.3. Acute radiation syndrome
  • 3.4. Cutaneous radiation syndrome (CRS)
  • 3.5. Medical management of internal contamination
  • 3.6. KI Blockage of Thyroid
  • 3.7. Stochastic effects
  • 3.8. Decontamination
  • 3.9. Psychological support and risk
  • 3.9.1. Immediate pshychological effects
  • 3.9.2. Long-term pshychological effects
  • 4. Medical countermeasures
  • 5. Appendix
  • 6. Bibliography




 


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Assistants Medical Sector
Radiation: Danger, Safety and Diseases
Level 2

Radiation: Danger, Safety and Diseases
Level 2

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  • 1. Introduction
  • 1.1. Definition of radiation
  • 1.2. Types of radiation
  • 1.3. Background radiation
  • 1.4. Nuclear power
  • 1.5. History of nuclear power plants; Accidents and safety
  • 2. Means of exposure
  • 2.1. Radiation exposure
  • 2.2. Radioactive contamination
  • 2.3. Irradiation vs contamination
  • 2.4. Radiation monitoring; Radiation doses considered to be safe; Personnel protection
  • 3. Medical aspects
  • 3.1. Major medical issues+radiation emergencies
  • 3.2. Initial lab Tests
  • 3.3. Acute radiation syndrome
  • 3.4. Cutaneous radiation syndrome (CRS)
  • 3.5. Medical management of internal contamination
  • 3.6. KI Blockage of Thyroid
  • 3.7. Stochastic effects
  • 3.8. Decontamination
  • 3.9. Psychological support and risk
  • 3.9.1. Immediate pshychological effects
  • 3.9.2. Long-term pshychological effects
  • 4. Medical countermeasures
  • 5. Appendix
  • 6. Bibliography




 


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Radiation: Danger, Safety and Diseases
Level 1

Radiation: Danger, Safety and Diseases
Level 1

Order Now € -1  Maximum Marks:

Click here to show the index
  • 1. Introduction
  • 1.1. Definition of radiation
  • 1.2. Types of radiation
  • 1.3. Background radiation
  • 1.4. Nuclear power
  • 1.5. History of nuclear power plants; Accidents and safety
  • 2. Means of exposure
  • 2.1. Radiation exposure
  • 2.2. Radioactive contamination
  • 2.3. Irradiation vs contamination
  • 2.4. Radiation monitoring; Radiation doses considered to be safe; Personnel protection
  • 3. Medical aspects
  • 3.1. Major medical issues+radiation emergencies
  • 3.2. Initial lab Tests
  • 3.3. Acute radiation syndrome
  • 3.4. Cutaneous radiation syndrome (CRS)
  • 3.5. Medical management of internal contamination
  • 3.6. KI Blockage of Thyroid
  • 3.7. Stochastic effects
  • 3.8. Decontamination
  • 3.9. Psychological support and risk
  • 3.9.1. Immediate pshychological effects
  • 3.9.2. Long-term pshychological effects
  • 4. Medical countermeasures
  • 5. Appendix
  • 6. Bibliography




 


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Industrial Sector
Radiation: Danger, Safety and Diseases
Level 2

Radiation: Danger, Safety and Diseases
Level 2

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  • 1. Introduction
  • 1.1. Definition of radiation
  • 1.2. Types of radiation
  • 1.3. Background radiation
  • 1.4. Nuclear power
  • 1.5. History of nuclear power plants; Accidents and safety
  • 2. Means of exposure
  • 2.1. Radiation exposure
  • 2.2. Radioactive contamination
  • 2.3. Irradiation vs contamination
  • 2.4. Radiation monitoring; Radiation doses considered to be safe; Personnel protection
  • 3. Medical aspects
  • 3.1. Major medical issues+radiation emergencies
  • 3.2. Initial lab Tests
  • 3.3. Acute radiation syndrome
  • 3.4. Cutaneous radiation syndrome (CRS)
  • 3.5. Medical management of internal contamination
  • 3.6. KI Blockage of Thyroid
  • 3.7. Stochastic effects
  • 3.8. Decontamination
  • 3.9. Psychological support and risk
  • 3.9.1. Immediate pshychological effects
  • 3.9.2. Long-term pshychological effects
  • 4. Medical countermeasures
  • 5. Appendix
  • 6. Bibliography




 


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