3 edition of Medical health physics found in the catalog.
Medical health physics
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by David C. Medich, Christopher Martel.|
|Contributions||Medich, David C., Martel, Christopher.|
|LC Classifications||R895 .M373 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 359 p. :|
|Number of Pages||359|
|LC Control Number||2006925497|
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About the author. Professor Carmel J Caruana is Head of the Department of Medical Physics at the University of Malta. He was the lead author of the E&T and Role definition chapters of the 'European Guidelines on the Medical Physics Expert' and created the EUTEMPE-RX module 'Leadership in Medical Physics: Development of the profession and the challenges for the MPE', which he also leads. Medical imaging physics is also known as diagnostic and interventional radiology physics. Clinical (both "in-house" and "consulting") physicists typically deal with areas of testing, optimization, and quality assurance of diagnostic radiology physics areas such as radiographic X-rays, fluoroscopy, mammography, angiography, and computed tomography, as well as non-ionizing radiation modalities.
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A Text book of medical physics. This work aims to impart a knowledge of the relations existing between Physics and Medicine in their latest state of development, and to embody in the pursuit of this object whatever experience the author has obtained during a long period of.
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hazards and radiation protection (health physics). This book represents a collaborative effort by professionals from many different countries who share a common goal of disseminating their radiation oncology physics knowledge and experience to a broad international audience of teachers and students.
Special thanks are due to J. Denton-MacLennan for.health physics: the study of the effects of ionizing radiation on the body and the methods for protecting people from the undesirable effects of the radiation.
Health physics is concerned with the development and evaluation of methods, techniques, materials, and procedures to be used to protect people from these untoward effects.
Also called.Medical Accelerator Physics. Diagnostic Nuclear Medicine. Therapeutic Nuclear Medicine. Facility Design.
Shielding Design. X‐ray Shielding. NCRP‐ NCRP‐ NCRP‐ Management of Radionuclide Therapy Patients. Ventilation Considerations. Scenarios. References.