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Guideline on Acceptance Test and Commissioning of High-Precision External Radiation Therapy Equipment

Kim J, Shin DO, Choi SH, Min S, Kwon N, Jung U, Kim DW

The complex dose distribution and dose transfer characteristics of intensity-modulated radiotherapy increase the importance of precise beam data measurement and review in the acceptance inspection and preparation stages. In this...
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Characteristics of Emergency Medical Service Provider Responded Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Incidents: Pilot Analysis of National Emergency Medical Service Rescue Records

Park JH, Park JO, Jeong J, Hong KJ, Kim TH, Song SW, Kim CH, Shin SD

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to evaluate the characteristics of Emergency Medical Service (EMS) provider responded chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) incidents in Korea. METHODS: Nationwide EMS rescue...
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Is the Linear No-Threshold Dose-Response Paradigm Still Necessary for the Assessment of Health Effects of Low Dose Radiation?

Seong KM, Seo S, Lee D, Kim MJ, Lee SS, Park S, Jin YW

Inevitable human exposure to ionizing radiation from man-made sources has been increased with the proceeding of human civilization and consequently public concerns focus on the possible risk to human health....
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Emergency Medical Services in Disasters

Ahn C, Lim T

Disasters, or mass casualty incidents, occurring in modern history differ from those occurring in even the recent past. In previous times, disasters were mostly the result of natural causes such...
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Radiotherapy Incidents Analysis Based on ROSIS: Tendency and Frequency

Koo J, Yoon M, Chung WK, Kim DW

In this study, we examine the trends and types of incidents frequently occur during radiation therapy by using the data from the radiation oncology safety information system (ROSIS), according to...
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Prolonged expression of senescence markers in mice exposed to gamma-irradiation

Seol MA, Jung U, Eom HS, Kim SH, Park HR, Jo SK

  • KMID: 2391990
  • J Vet Sci.
  • 2012 Dec;13(4):331-338.
Although ionizing radiation is known to induce cellular senescence in vitro and in vivo, its long-term in vivo effects are not well defined. In this study, we examined the prolonged...
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Ionizing Radiation-induced Diseases in Korea

Jin YW, Jeong M, Moon K, Jo MH, Kang SK

Radiation risk has become well known through epidemiological studies of clinically or occupationally exposed populations, animal experiments, and in vitro studies; however, the study of radiation related or induced disease...
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Status on Occurrence and Preventive Measures of Disasters in Korea

Lim HS

  • KMID: 2303929
  • Korean J Epidemiol.
  • 2003 Dec;25(2):47-61.
Disasters are emergencies of a severity and magnitude resulting in deaths, injuries, illness and/or property damage that cannot be effectively managed by the application of routine procedures or resources. These...
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National System of Medical Assistance for Radiation Emergencies and Relevant Researches

Lim SM

Korea has advanced nuclear and radioisotope industry, and it is urgent to establish a national system to countermeasure the radiation accidents and preparedness for radiation emergency medical management. The Government...
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Psychiatric Aspects of Radiation Accidents

Cho SJ

Radiation disasters have a potential to cause a widespread feeling of destruction of safety in life and severe and complicated psychiatric problems to individuals and community. When a radiation accident...
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Diagnostic and Therapeutic Management of Acute Radiation Syndrome and Internal Contamination

Kim ES

The ARS(Acute Radiation Syndrome) develops, within 60 days after exposure to ionising radiation with typical clinical signs and symptoms as a function of time. The interactions and combined effects of...
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The History of Radiation Accidents

Kim CS

While the use of radioactive materials around the world offers a wide range of benefits in medicine, industry and research, radiation accidents also occur in world-wide. The objective of this...
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