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exposure dose

The exposure dose at a given point is a measurement of radiation in relation to its ability to produce ionization. The unit of measurement of the exposure dose is the roentgen.
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In all BPA exposure studies, outcomes were measured between PND0 and PND540, and the exposure dose ranged from 0.
It indicated that at present CP exposure dose and time, did not significantly affect the red blood cell formation.
The results are presented in Figure 3, in which the graphical form of the exposure dose metric is displayed in deciles of fractional area.
With 9-seconds adult panoramic exposure times, the patient exposure dose is minimized, while reducing the potential for movement artifacts.
Deposits and Guarantees required: Without service (medical devices technical inspection, quality control testing) within five (5) days of placing the order, job monitoring, employee occupational exposure dose study in 10 (ten) days from placing the order, the buyer may require the 0.
The assessment in this case is the exposure dose, which is computed from the time series of contaminant concentrations that CONTAM produces:
Mortality curves, PCR analyses, and histopathological analyses demonstrated that abalone exposed to the virus became infected, developed disease, and died, dependent on the exposure dose.
The article notes that studies evaluating frequency of exposure and exposure dose are needed; thus it appears that the researchers did not determine which chemicals the dogs were exposed to, in what quantities, or for how long.
An important problem was to determine the relationship between exposure dose rates of Lake Druksiai biota resulting from natural and technogenic radionuclides.
Even if a person walked through the site on every day (since March 11), the total exposure dose should not be a cause for fear," he added.
Many of these retrospective reports were subject to self-reporting and/or recall bias, as well as confounders such as lack of information on exposure dose, type of anesthesia, use of other drugs, maternal age, and smoking.