Scan times are much shorter.

Scan times are much shorter, with little more than one minute, compared to as much as 15 minutes a few years ago. According to the IAEA radiation protection specialists, some physicians believe therefore that patients receive lower doses of radiation. But that? S is not the case. S sophisticated imaging devices provide more accurate information in less time, but they provide the same amount of radiation as before or even more.

‘This means that strict guidelines to be developed so that the referring physicians should carefully consider need the benefits against the potential risks and their decisions on medically relevant data, taking into account the cumulative impacts of various CT scans – .. Weighing the risks and benefitsImproved patient protection requires a multi-pronged approach including new techniques and tools to reduce radiation doses, better dose management and above all more awareness on the part of the patient and the physician prescribing the investigations. – ‘A major concern at the moment is the growth in the number of CT scans around the world all over the world, particularly in the developed countries,’said Robert George, President of the International Society of Radiographers and Radiological Technologists .DYRK1A capacity ability to turn off cell proliferation Generic be involved the Down syndrome in the less than in the normal development of brain nerve cell, the scientists say, the study are of possible new avenues treating the disease.

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