Absorbed Dose Determination in External Beam Radiotherapy
An International Code of Practice for Dosimetry Based on Standards of Absorbed Dose to Water

Technical Reports Series No. 398

Subject Classification: 0303-Dosimetry (techniques)

English STI/DOC/010/398; (ISBN:92-0-102200-X); 229 pp.; 26 figures; € 51.00; Date Published: 2000

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This Code of Practice, which has also been endorsed by WHO, PAHO and ESTRO, fulfils the need for a systematic and internationally unified approach to the calibration of ionization chambers in terms of absorbed dose to water and to the use of these detectors in determining the absorbed dose to water for the radiation beams used in radiotherapy. It provides a methodology for the determination of absorbed dose to water in the low, medium and high energy photon beams, photon beams, proton beams and heavy ion beams used for external radiation therapy.

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