Radiation Protection and Safety in Veterinary Medicine.
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5050 |a Intro -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 1.1. Background -- 1.2. Objective -- 1.3. Scope -- 1.4. Structure -- 2. GENERAL GUIDANCE ON RADIATION SAFETY IN VETERINARY MEDICINE -- 2.1. General -- 2.2. Application of the requirements for radiation protection -- 2.2.1. Justification -- 2.2.2. Optimization of protection and safety -- 2.2.3. Dose limits -- 2.3. Use of the graded approach -- 2.4. Roles and responsibilities -- 2.4.1. Government -- 2.4.2. Regulatory body -- 2.4.3. Registrants and licensees -- 2.4.4. Referring veterinary surgeon -- 2.4.5. Manufacturers and other suppliers -- 2.4.6. Maintenance and service engineers -- 2.5. Education, training, qualification and competence -- 3. RADIATION PROTECTION AND SAFETY IN VETERINARY DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY USING X RAYS -- 3.1. General -- 3.2. Safety of veterinary radiation facilities and radiological equipment -- 3.2.1. Veterinary radiation facilities -- 3.2.2. Radiological equipment, software and ancillary equipment -- 3.3. Occupational radiation protection -- 3.3.1. General -- 3.3.2. Arrangements under the radiation protection programme -- 3.3.3. Assessment of occupational exposure -- 3.3.4. Conditions of service and special arrangements -- 3.3.5. Education, information, instruction and training -- 3.4. Radiation protection of the public -- 3.4.1. Visitors to the facility, animal owners and the public -- 3.4.2. Monitoring and reporting of public exposure -- 4. RADIATION PROTECTION AND SAFETY IN VETERINARY MEDICINE USING UNSEALED SOURCES -- 4.1. General -- 4.2. Safety of veterinary nuclear medicine facilities -- 4.2.1. Veterinary nuclear medicine facilities -- 4.2.2. Radiological equipment, software and ancillary equipment -- 4.3. Occupational radiation protection -- 4.3.1. General -- 4.3.2. Arrangements under the radiation protection programme -- 4.3.3. Assessment of occupational exposure.
5058 |a 4.3.4. Conditions of service and special arrangements -- 4.3.5. Education, information, instruction and training -- 4.4. Radiation protection of the public -- 4.4.1. Visitors to the facility, animal owners and the public -- 4.4.2. Monitoring and reporting of public exposure -- 4.5. Prevention of accidents and mitigation of their consequences -- 4.5.1. Safety assessment -- 4.5.2. Prevention of accidents -- 4.5.3. Mitigation of the consequences of accidents -- 4.6. Safety in the transport of radioactive material -- 5. RADIATION PROTECTION AND SAFETY IN VETERINARY RADIATION THERAPY -- 5.1. General -- 5.2. Safety of veterinary radiation therapy facilities and radiological equipment -- 5.2.1. Radiation therapy facilities -- 5.2.2. Radiological equipment, software and ancillary equipment -- 5.3. Occupational radiation protection -- 5.3.1. General -- 5.3.2. Arrangements under the radiation protection programme -- 5.3.3. Assessment of occupational exposure -- 5.3.4. Conditions of service and special arrangements -- 5.3.5. Protection of workers responding to incidents in a veterinary radiation therapy facility -- 5.3.6. Education, information, instruction and training -- 5.4. Radiation protection of the public -- 5.4.1. Visitors to the facility, animal owners and the public -- 5.4.2. Monitoring and reporting of public exposure -- 5.4.3. Disposal of radioactive material -- 5.5. Prevention of accidents and mitigation of their consequences -- 5.5.1. Safety assessment -- 5.5.2. Prevention of accidents -- 5.5.3. Mitigation of the consequences of accidents -- 5.6. Safety in the transport of radioactive material -- Appendix I PROTECTIVE CLOTHING FOR USE IN VETERINARY DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY AND INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY -- Appendix II PROCEDURES FOR DEALING WITH SPILLAGES OF RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL AND WITH DECONTAMINATION OF PERSONS IN A VETERINARY RADIATION FACILITY.
5058 |a Appendix III GIVING INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE RELEASE OF ANIMALS FOLLOWING ADMINISTRATION OF 131I OR OF COMPOUNDS LABELLED WITH 131I -- Appendix IV TYPICAL RADIATION SAFETY FEATURES FOR ROOMS USED FOR THE STORAGE, PREPARATION AND IMPLANTATION OF SEALED SOURCES FOR VETERINARY BRACHYTHERAPY -- REFERENCES -- Annex GUIDELINES ON RADIATION PROTECTION EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF VETERINARY PROFESSIONALS -- CONTRIBUTORS TO DRAFTING AND REVIEW.
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