Assessment of doses to the public from ingested radionuclides
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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DOSE COEFFICIENTS FOR INGESTED RADIONUCLIDES
DOSE ASSESSMENT FROM MEASUREMENTS
15 years Adult absorbed absorption accident acute intake adult value age dependent age group americium Annex assumed ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY available animal data Average kg/a biokinetic models biological half-times bone surfaces calculated cerium Chernobyl Chernobyl accident chronic intake COMMISSION ON RADIOLOGICAL committed effective dose committed equivalent dose consumption rates contamination Days 3 months deposition dose coefficients E-mail equivalent doses faecal excretion ratio faeces foetus food consumption foodstuffs Fruit Meat Fish gonads greatest equivalent doses half-life IAEA ICRP ICRP Publication intake Days intakes of radionuclides INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION iodine isotopes kidneys liver measurements Meat Fish Milk member of age month old infant neptunium Nuclear NUCLEAR ENERGY AGENCY OECD old children organs Pancreas plutonium polonium Radiation radioactive RADIOLOGICAL PROTECTION radionuclides radionuclides in food red bone marrow Safety Series skeleton strontium technetium tellurium three month old thyroid total body transfer uptake urinary to faecal urine Vegetables Fruit Meat Vienna