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Fw: Interventional rad exposure

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-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: Schoenhofer <schoenho@via.at>
An: RADSAFE <radsafe@romulus.ehs.uiuc.edu>
Datum: Donnerstag, 30. April 1998 23:30
Betreff: Re: Interventional rad exposure

>Habichergasse 31/7
>A-1160 Wien
>Tel./Fax: +43-1-4955308
>Mobiltel.: +43-664-3380333
>e-mail: schoenho@via.at
>-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>Von: Engelbretson, David <DEngelbretson@tmh.tmc.edu>
>An: Multiple recipients of list <radsafe@romulus.ehs.uiuc.edu>
>Datum: Donnerstag, 30. April 1998 20:45
>Betreff: Interventional rad exposure
>>Dear Colleagues,
>>I have discovered that there are physicians in our cardiac cath lab who do
>>not like using the lead table aprons, so their lower legs and feet are
>>without protection.  They are good about wearing lead aprons, but the
>>length varies from the top of the knee to just below the knee (due to the
>>height of the physician and the make of the apron).
>As far as I know there exist international standards defining the length of
>lead aprons etc. Somebody else on RADSAFE may know more about it.