Operational Radiation Safety

Operational Radiation Safety, Vol. 89, No. 2, August 2005
Decontamination tents are one alternative to handling contaminated individuals outside the emergency department. For other suggestions, see article by Miller, et al, page S42.

Contents of Vol. 89, No. 2, August 2005

Current Events — Sean Austin

Ask the Expert — Kelly Classic

"When You're Hot, You're Hot, or Tracers R Us — Susan T. Masih, Marcum Martz, and P. Andrew Karam

RSO Interview — Michael Smith

Letter to the Editors — Allen Brodsky

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NORM Contamination - Now You See It, Now You Don't — Kenneth Krieger

An Inspector's Perspective: Teamwork between Licensees and Regulatory Agencies — Justin M. Griffin

Radiation Doses in the Surroundings of Patients Undergoing Nuclear Medicine Diagnostic Studies — M. Gomez-Palacios, J.A. Terrón, P. Domínguez, D.R. Vera, R.F. Osuna

First Responders and Nuclear Terrorist Attacks — Joseph Porrovecchio and John Mauro

Real Time Emergency Response Monitoring and Data Capture for Chemical and Radiological Incidents — Harlan Eplan

Lessons Learned in Preparing to Receive Large Numbers of Contaminated Individuals — Ken Miller, Lee Groff, Mike Erdman, and Steve King

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