Every day, in hospitals and in doctor’s offices, people have tests to diagnose diseases and injuries. Some of these tests (x-rays, for example) involve exposure t Also, some tests expose patients to much more radiation than o ionizing radiation. what occurs naturally in everyday life.
Doctors use these tests to help diagnose disease and injury. Examples include:
X-rays (including dental x-rays, chest x-rays, spine x-rays)
CT or CAT (computed tomography) scans
PET (positron emission tomography) scans
Linear Accelerators used in radiation therapy
Bone Density testing
Otherwise non-medical industry are able to use radiations in a variety of applications as non-destructive testing, mineral analysis, electron microscopes, security, QC.
The Qualified Experts are professionals for measuring ionizing radiation and evaluation of the radiological consequences since the definition of technical requirements for issuing, involved in the management of nuclear and radiological emergencies. They work behind medics and companies to ensure the radio-protection of medical devices and people in general.