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Explaining Radiation Dose to Patients
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Reference Table from Radiation Protection Book to convert mSv to Sv.
Radiation Exposure [info-graphic] | Year Zero Survival – Premium Survival Blog
Another comparison chart for dose, and the average overall natural and manmade dose we receive in a year.
7. Dose in mSv and the biologic effect it has.
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8. It takes a lot of radiation to produce severe biological effects. Chest x-ray is 0.1mSv (.oo1Sv) and 0.25Sv to produce a change in our blood cells. Source: Radiation Protection in Medical Radiography (book)
5. Dose comparison in days (BERT)
Radiation Risks: Diagnostic Imaging Procedures VS Environmental Exposure
6. BERT Medical Exam Radiation Dose compared to Natural Background Radiation
Natural Cancer Cures
Head And Neck
4. Radiation Dose
X-Rays | Science Mission Directorate
4. Ionizing Radiation interacts with the cells in our body and is what gives us our radiation dose. X-rays show us pictures of our bones
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3. Ionizing vs. Nonionizing
Radiation Sources and Doses | US EPA
2. Other types of radiation: Natural and Manmade. % of radiation we receive of each.
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2-2. examples of where our everyday ionizing radiation comes from (natural and manmade)
The Electromagnetic Spectrum Video Series & Companion Book | Science Mission Directorate
1. Electromagnetic Spectrum Showing the different types of radiation and their wavelengths and energy levels