Indirect Methods for Assessing Intakes of Radionuclides Causing Occupational Exposure

Safety Reports Series No. 18

Subject Classification: 0609-Radiation protection

English STI/PUB/1090; (ISBN:92-0-100600-4); 99 pp.; 3 figures; € 26.00; Date Published: 2000

This Safety Requirements publication establishes the requirements to be met to ensure the safe This Safety Report provides assistance in the setting up and operation of an indirect monitoring programme for workers. As such it complements Safety Series No. 114, Direct Methods for Measuring Radionuclides in the Human Body (1996). It gives technical advice on the collection and analysis of biological and physical samples used to estimate intakes of radionuclides. The analytical methods described may also be applied to the monitoring of patients following medical treatment or of members of the public following a release of radionuclides to the environment.

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