Planning the Medical Response to Radiological Accidents
The International Atomic Energy Agency has issued this series of reports on the practical methods that can be used to ensure safety & protection in peaceful activities involving radiation or radioactive materials. This series covers a wide range of topics in the realm of atomic energy. Subjects covered include: nuclear installations, nuclear fuel cycle activities, transport of radioactive material, radiation protection & safety for workers & the public, medical aspects, emergency preparedness, accident response & recovery, radioactive waste management, safety assessment, & environmental impact.
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MAJOR RADIATION ACCIDENTS 19451997
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absorbed dose activity Significant analysis Annex assessment Atomic Energy Agency Chernobyl Chernobyl accident China Co-60 clinical Collaborating Centres combined injuries contaminated patients decontamination Dose or activity E-mail emergency plan exposure Possible consequences external facility Frederic Joliot-Curie Full blood count glauconite Goi‚nia Gy total health authorities IAEA IAEA PUBLICATIONS Institute internal contamination International Atomic Energy irradiated or contaminated medical preparedness MEDICAL RESPONSE mixed monitoring Nuclear accidents numbers of persons P.O. Box Place Source intake Possible consequences Treatment preparedness for radiological Pu-239 Unknown radiation burns radiation burns and/or Radiation Emergency radiation injuries Radiation Medicine Radiation Protection radiation sources radioactive contamination radiological accidents radionuclide contamination radium reactor reception area Research Centre RESPONSE TO RADIOLOGICAL SAFETY REPORTS SERIES Securing of specialist Significant Year Place specialist advice specialized centre spread of contamination staff Strontium Taman Melawati Tammiku Telephone USA Accelerator USA Criticality USSR Experimental Vienna WHO/EURO World Health Organization X ray