Reducing Radiation Dose by Using Pulse X-Ray Apparatus

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Pulse X-ray diagnostics is capable of reducing the radiation exposure considerably. As for pulse X-ray diagnostic machines, which form pulses with the duration of 0.1 μs, using them one can get outstanding results in this area. This fact can be explained by the long period of luminophor persistence in intensifying X-ray luminescent screens. In this paper we present experimental data, comparing radiation doses, measured at pulse X-ray apparatus and apparatus of constant radiation.

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Komarskiy, A. , Chepusov, A. , Kuznetsov, V. , Korzhenevskiy, S. , Niculin, S. and Cholakh, S. (2014) Reducing Radiation Dose by Using Pulse X-Ray Apparatus. Journal of Biosciences and Medicines, 2, 17-21. doi: 10.4236/jbm.2014.22003.

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