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This comprehensive text provides an overview of all relevant topics in the field of radiation protection health physics. Radiation Protection and Dosimetry serves as an essential handbook for practicing health physics professionals, and is also ideal as a teaching text for courses at the university level. The book is organized to introduce the reader to basic principles of radiation decay and interactions, to review current knowledge and historical aspects of the biological effects of radiation, and to cover important operational topics such as radiation shielding and dosimetry.
Radiation protection , also known as radiological protection , is defined by the International Atomic Energy Agency IAEA as "The protection of people from harmful effects of exposure to ionizing radiation , and the means for achieving this". Ionizing radiation is widely used in industry and medicine, and can present a significant health hazard by causing microscopic damage to living tissue. There are two main categories of ionizing radiation health effects. At high exposures, it can cause "tissue" effects, also called "deterministic" effects due to the certainty of them happening, conventionally indicated by the unit gray and resulting in acute radiation syndrome. For low level exposures there can be statistically elevated risks of radiation-induced cancer , called " stochastic effects" due to the uncertainty of them happening, conventionally indicated by the unit sievert.
Absolute risk: the proportion of a population expected to get a disease over a specified time period. See also risk , relative risk.
While everyone is exposed to natural background radiation , workers may also be exposed to ionizing radiation in workplaces with radiation sources. These radiation sources can pose a health risk to workers if not properly controlled. Occupational settings with ionizing radiation sources include:.
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