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Radiation is often categorized as either ionizing or non-ionizing depending on the energy of the radiated particles. Ionizing radiation carries more than 10 eV, which is enough to ionize atoms and molecules, and break chemical bonds. Radiation is energy that comes from a source and travels through some material or through space. Light, heat and sound are types of radiation. The kind of radiation discussed in this presentation is called ionizing radiation because it can produce charged particles (ions) in matter. Ionizing radiation is produced by unstable atoms. Unstable atoms differ from stable atoms because they have an excess of energy or mass or both. Unstable atoms are said to be radioactive. In order to reach stability, these atoms give off, or emit, the excess energy or mass. These emissions are called radiation. The kinds of radiation are electromagnetic (like light) and particulate (i.e., mass given off with the energy of motion). Gamma radiation and X-rays are examples of electromagnetic radiation. Beta and alpha radiation are examples of particulate radiation. Ionizing radiation can also be produced by devices such as X-ray machines.
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Radiation protection in medicine has unique aspects and is an essential element of medical practice. Medical uses of radiation occur throughout the world, from large cities to rural clinics. It has been estimated that the number of medical procedures using radiation grew from about 1.7 billion in 1980 to almost 4 billion in 2007. In spite of these large numbers, there are many parts of the world without adequate equipment, where the ability to perform additional medical procedures would likely result in a net benefit. Medicine accounts for more than 99.9% of the per caput effective dose from man-made sources. The goal in medical exposure is not to give the lowest dose, but to provide the correct dose to enable the practitioner to make the diagnosis or cure a tumour. Too little or too much dose is problematic and the risk of any given procedure ranges from negligible to potentially fatal. Radiation protection in medicine must deal with the issues of not having dose limits, purposely exposing sensitive subgroups, and purposely using doses that could cause deterministic effects. Radiation accidents involving medical uses have accounted for more acute radiation deaths than from any other source including Chernobyl. Many physicians have little or no training in radiation protection, and many have no qualified medical physics support. In many countries, medical radiation devices and uses are only minimally regulated and the rapidly evolving technology is a challenge. Medicine also accounts for the largest number of occupationally exposed workers and collective dose.
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Medical Imaging Confernece
May 09-10, 2016 Chicago, USA
4th Radiologists Conference
March 17-18, 2016 London, UK
November 17-18, 2016 Dubai, UAE
Radiology in India,
Tamil Nadu, India, 8th January to 9th January, 2016
SAR Annual Scientific Meeting and Educational Course 2016
March 13 - 18, 2016, Waikoloa, United States
Radiology in China
APRIL 24 – 30, 2016, Shanghai, China
Swiss Congress of Radiology 2016,
26 - 28 May 2016, TBA, Bern, Switzerland
ESTI 2016 Annual Scientific Meeting
May 26-28, 2016, Istanbul, Turkey.
18th Use of Computers in Radiation Therapy
27-30 June, 2016, London, UK.
Radiation and Health,
May 12 - 13, 2016, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
The Nuclear and space radiation effects conference
July 11 - 15, 2016, Portland, Oregon
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