[ RadSafe ] Presentation Link: Health Physicist monitors own medical dose from radioiodine thyroid ablation procedure
sergio at bgu.ac.il
Sat Oct 29 04:03:32 CDT 2011
I appreciated very much your presentation on the Instadose.
I understand that it's suitable for photon dosimetry. What about beta and neutron dosimetry? What about ring and eye dosimeters?
Do you think that it can replace personnel dosimetry by TLD , speaking on the price per dosimeter?
I don't know if our authorities will give us the necessary licensing
I really believe that this is the right direction, specially for cardiac cateterism and angiography( interventional radiology)
Sergio Faermann, Ph.D.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Perle, Sandy" <sperle at mirion.com>
Date: Friday, October 28, 2011 18:51
Subject: [ RadSafe ] Presentation Link: Health Physicist monitors own medical dose from radioiodine thyroid ablation procedure
To: "The International Radiation Protection (Health Physics) Mailing List" <radsafe at health.phys.iit.edu>
> Below is a link to a PDF file of a presentation I recently gave
> at the Australia Radiation Protection Society Meeting in
> Melbourne last week, and, at this week at the California Campus
> RSO Meeting, the title: "Health Physicist monitors own medical
> dose from radioiodine thyroid ablation procedure". I am
> expecting that a revised version with additional data will be
> presented at the IRPA 13 Meeting in Glasgow this May.
> The presentation addresses current day dosimetry, the future
> look at dosimetry, compares the thyroid measurements using
> Direct Ion Storage technology (Instadose) compared to TLD, and
> the Type Testing data for the Instadose that demonstrated its
> appropriateness for conducting the real-time measurements.
> If interested, here is a link to the PDF file:
> Sander C. Perle
> Mirion Technologies
> Dosimetry Services Division
> 2652 McGaw Avenue
> Irvine, CA 92614
> +1 (949) 296-2306 (Office)
> +1 (949) 296-1130 (Fax)
> Mirion Technologies: http://www.mirion.com/
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