Health Physics Society Journal

October 2016, Volume 111, Number 4

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On the cover: Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM) images of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) used for U adsorption. See paper by Jing Yu and Jianlong Wang on page 367 for further information.



A Review of Healthcare Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (HFMEA) in Radiotheraphy — M. Giardina, M.C. Cantone, E. Tomarchio, and I. Veronese

Simplified Solutions for Activity Deposited on Moving Filter Media — David L. Smith and George E. Chabot, Jr.

Linking Doses With Clinical Scores of Hematopoietic Acute Radiation Syndrome — Shaowen Hu

Biokinetics of Plutonium in Nonhuman Primates — Deepesh Poudel, Raymond A. Guilmette, Thomas F. Gesell, Jason T. Harris, and Richard R. Brey

Effect of Remediation Parameters on In-Air Ambient Dose Equivalent Rates When Remediating Open Sites With Radiocesium-Contaminated Soil — Alex Malins, Hiroshi Kurikami, Akihiro Kitamura, and Masahiko Machida

Removal of Uranium From Aqueous Solution by Carbon Nanotubes — Jing Yu and Jianlong Wang


Radon in the Workplace: The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Ionizing Radiation Standard — Robert K. Lewis


Primary Salvage Survey of the Interference of Radiowaves Emitted by Smartphones on Medical Equipment — Hiroyuki Takao, Yu chih Yeh, Hiroyuki Arita, Takumi Obatake, Teppei Sakano, Minoru Kurihara, Akira Matsuki, Toshihiro Ishibashi, and Yuichi Murayama

Radiation Protection in Pediatric Radiology: Results of a Survey Among Dutch Hospitals — Harmen Bijwaard, Doreth Valk, and Ischa de Waard-Schalkx




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