[ RadSafe ] FDA approval of bioassay methods

Edward Tupin Tupin.Edward at epamail.epa.gov
Mon Feb 27 12:35:44 CST 2012

Another interpretation is that routine bioassay measurements are made

1. Verify adequacy of engineering and work practice controls.

2. Show compliance with regulatory requirements.

When the detected intake is large enough that some action, such
administration of decorporation (chelating) agents is considered,
bioassay would then move into the realm of a diagnostic medical

Edward A. Tupin, MS, CHP
Health Physicist
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