Interior of Mobile Stroke Unit (MSU), which is a specialized ambulance equipped with a head computed tomography unit for the prompt assessment of possible stroke victims. See paper by Janet M. Gutiérrez and colleagues on page S73 for more information.

Operational Radiation Safety

CONTENTS - Vol. 110, No. 5, May 2016


ORS Interview With Elizabeth Oseid
René Michel

Operational Topics

Radiation Safety Among Workers in Health Services
Eric Jones and Kathleen Mathieson

In-Place Filter Tester Instrument for Nuclear Material Containers
Austin D. Brown, Murray E. Moore, Joel T. Runnels, and Kirk Reeves

Using a Spreadsheet to Compute the Maximum Wind Sector 99.5th Percentile X/Q Value in Accordance With DOE-STD 3009-2014
Linda Vickers

Radiation Monitoring Results From the First Year of Operation of a Unique Ambulance-Based Computed Tomography Unit for the Improved Diagnosis and Treatment of Stroke Patients
Janet M. Gutiérrez, Robert J. Emery, Stephanie A. Parker, Kamilah Jackson, and James C. Grotta

Evaluation of IAEA Clearance Concept for Low-Level Radioactive Waste From a Radioisotope Research Institute
Yasuhiro Yumoto, Shigeru Okada, Ikuo Kinno, Tomohiro Nagamatsu, Kazuhiro Nouso, and Eiichi Nakayama