radiological monitoring

radiological monitoring

Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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They said PNRA has mobile Radiological Monitoring Laboratories at Islamabad, Multan, Karachi, Peshawar, Quetta and Khundian for radiological assessment and are always available for contact in emergency in case of any radiation accident.
The first annual report titled 'Radiological Environmental Monitoring in the United Arab Emirates', summarises the results of the first year of FANR's comprehensive Radiological Monitoring Programme, covering January 1 to December 31, 2015.
She also addressed the role of the radiological laboratory in providing radiological monitoring data in the Qatari environment, including plant, soil and water, and measuring the radiation levels of some imported industrial materials in order to support environmental authorities and enforce radiation laws, as well as controlling doses of radiation in workers to ensure that they are not exposed to radiation that exceeds the limit for their own safety.
"There is no radiological monitoring anywhere from where the Welsh coast begins at Chepstow right the way round to way up to Ynys Mon."
It also touched on the monitoring of nuclear pollution in border areas with Israel and its effects on the Arab region, in addition to following up on the collection of the results of radiological monitoring mechanisms in Arab countries that are near nuclear plants and reactors.
A reliable and cost effective approach for radiological monitoring in nutritional rickets.
For instance, there will still be on-site and off-site emergency drills, and regular radiological monitoring. The NRC will still routinely inspect the plant.
Radiological monitoring at workplace and in the environment around UCIL facilities has been undertaken right from the inception of the operations for the last five decades.
Radiological recovery may be later in patients whose appropriate treatment period is completed, therefore, radiological monitoring should be suggested when required (3).
In addition to specific R&D activities, these programmes concern nuclear safety, decommissioning of existing plants, final storage of nuclear waste, radiological monitoring and nuclear incident and accident response.
* The optimal duration of anticoagulation remains undefined, but short-term therapy with low molecular weight heparin (LMWH) or unfractionated heparin (UFH) for 10-14 days is suggested, with objective radiological monitoring (echocardiography or ultrasound) performed both during and after the completion of anticoagulant therapy.

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