effective dose equivalent


effective dose equivalent
эффективный эквивалент дозы

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  • Total effective dose equivalent — The Total effective dose equivalent (TEDE) is the sum of the deep dose equivalent (DDE) and the Committed effective dose equivalent (CEDE). References* [http://www.nrc.gov/reading rm/basic ref/glossary/total effective dose equivalent tede.html… …   Wikipedia

  • Committed effective dose equivalent (CEDE) — The committed effective dose equivalent or CEDE is an estimate of the radiation dose to a person resulting from inhalation or ingestion of a given amount of radioactive substance. The CEDE is expressed in rem or sieverts (Sv). It takes into… …   Wikipedia

  • Effective dose — An effective dose in pharmacology is the amount of drug that produces a therapeutic response in 50% of the people taking it, sometimes also called ED 50. In radiation protection it is an estimate of the stochastic effect that a non uniform… …   Wikipedia

  • Deep-dose equivalent — The Deep dose equivalent (DDE) is the external whole body exposure dose equivalent at a tissue depth of 1 cm (1000 mg/cm2). References USNRC glossary See also Radioactivity Radiation poisoning Ionizing radiation Total effective dose equivalent… …   Wikipedia

  • Committed dose equivalent (CDE) — Committed dose equivalent is the dose to a specific organ or tissue that is received from an intake of radioactive material by an individual during the 50 year period following the intake. The CDE is expressed in rem or sieverts (Sv). References… …   Wikipedia

  • Equivalent dose — The equivalent absorbed radiation dose, usually shortened to equivalent dose, is a computed average measure of the radiation absorbed by a fixed mass of biological tissue, that attempts to account for the different biological damage potential of… …   Wikipedia

  • Dose — means quantity in the following fields: In nutrition, medicine, and toxicology: Dose (biochemistry), the quantity of something that may be eaten by or administered to an organism, or that an organism may be exposed to Medicine and toxicology… …   Wikipedia

  • dose — 1. The quantity of a drug or other remedy to be taken or applied all at one time or in fractional amounts within a given period. Cf.:dosage (2). 2. In nuclear medicine, amount of energy absorbed per unit mass of irradiated material (absorbed d.) …   Medical dictionary

  • Collective dose — is a measure of the total amount of effective dose multiplied by the size of the exposed population. Collective dose is usually measured in units of person rem or person sieverts, or man rem or man sievert. References European Nuclear Society… …   Wikipedia

  • Cumulative dose — is the total dose resulting from repeated exposures of ionizing radiation to an occupationally exposed worker to the same portion of the body, or to the whole body, over a period of time. References USNRC Glossary See also Radioactivity Radiation …   Wikipedia

  • Absorbed dose — (also known as total ionizing dose, TID) is a measure of the energy deposited in a medium by ionizing radiation per unit mass. It is equal to the energy deposited per unit mass of medium, which may be measured as joules per kilogram and… …   Wikipedia