For instance, the radiation you get from a CT of the pelvis and abdomen is comparable to the natural background radiation
you may get for seven years - natural background radiation
refers to the radiation we get naturally from the sun, cosmic rays, the Earth itself or from the food we consume.
area July 22 to measure naturally occurring background radiation
Malakand soil can be regarded as having normal levels ofnatural background radiation
Some teams built a cloud chamber to visualize background radiation
, developed an educational game that encourages a healthy diet and designed a hypothetical brain to endure long-distance space exploration.
The language problem dragged out the bomb alert as it took a long time for the police to understand the Iranian student was carrying out a university assignment on measuring background radiation
He said that, on earth, the typical background radiation
is about 0.
conducted a nationwide census-based cohort study to investigate whether the incidence of childhood cancer is associated with external exposure to natural background radiation
from terrestrial gamma and cosmic rays.
It's regarded by the council as a "special place" for science - a "quiet place in the universe" where studies can be carried out almost entirely free of interference from natural background radiation
Flame detectors range from simple ionisation probes through to complex microprocessor based flame scanners that can be 'tuned' to discriminate between one flame and another and between flames and background radiation
such as glowing refractories and coal beds.
Last year, Kyrgyzstan received 2 containers and 128 vehicles with high background radiation
, Deputy Director of the State Inspectorate for Environmental and Technical Safety Rasul Artykbayev said today.
EOS said that its new EOS Micro Dose option, recently cleared by the Food and Drug Administration, allows a further step towards the ALARA principle (As Low As Reasonably Available) by bringing pediatric spine follow up exams at the dose level equivalent to a week of natural background radiation
4 mSv of radiation, the equivalent of seven weeks of background radiation
from the earth and space.