Planning the medical response to radiological accidents
International Atomic Energy Agency, 1998 - Medical - 31 pages
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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