Manual on radiation protection in hospitals and general practice. Vol.1, Basic protection requirements /. C. B. Braestrup and K. J. Vikterlof; jointly sponsored by ILO, IAEA and WHO
Other TitlesManuel de radioprotection dans les hôpitaux et en pratique générale
AbstractProvides an introduction to the various forms of radiation and their biological effects, the measurement of radiation doses, maximum permissible levels, and the types of radiation equipment and operating procedures used in the different departments of a hospital. Readers are also given advice on the planning of radiation facilities, shielding design, and the organization of radiation protection
Braestrup, C. B, Vikterlöf, K. J & World Health Organization. (1974). Manual on radiation protection in hospitals and general practice. Vol.1, Basic protection requirements /. C. B. Braestrup and K. J. Vikterlof; jointly sponsored by ILO, IAEA and WHO. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/39917
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