Annual_dose_limits[1].txt

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    • What are the three agencies involved in dose-response evaluations
    • The ICRP
    • the NCRP
    • the NRC
  1. Which agency involved in dose-response evaluation conducts research and provide recommendations on radiation protection to the worldwide community based on fundamental scientific principles
    The ICRP
  2. Which agency involved in dose-response evaluations has no legal power
    the ICRP
  3. Most countries base radiation protection legislation on what agencies recommendations
    ICRP
  4. What does the ICRP stand for
    International Commission on radiological protection
  5. What does the NCRP stand for
    National Council on radiation protection and measurements
  6. Which agency involved in dose-response evaluation formulates and publishes scientifically research recommendations on radiation protection and measurements in the United States
    The NCRP
  7. what does NCR stand for
    Nuclear Regulatory Commission
  8. Which agency involved in dose-response evaluation and forces radiation protection standards relating to radioactive material at the federal level
    The NRC
  9. With This dose-response relationship indicates that no level of radiation can be considered completely safe
    Linear non threshold relationship
  10. With this Dose relationship a response occurs at every dose
    Linear non threshold relationship
  11. With this dose response relationship the degree of response to exposure is directly proportional to the amount of radiation received
    Linear non threshold relationship
  12. Distance relationship indicates that at lower doses of radiation exposure to the left of the line intersecting the x-axis no response is expected
    Linear threshold relationship
  13. With this dose response relationship when the threshold dose is exceeded the response is directly proportional to the dose received
    Linear threshold relationship
  14. With this dose response relationship lower dose of radiation exposure to the left of the curve intersecting the x axis no response is expected
    Nonlinear threshold relationship
  15. In this dose response relationship when the threshold dose is exceeded the response is not directly proportional to the dose received and is increasingly effective per unit dose
    Nonlinear threshold relationship
  16. In this dose response relationship no level of radiation can be considered completely safe
    Nonlinear non threshold relationship
  17. With this dose response relationship a response occurs at every dose
    Non-linear non threshold relationship
  18. With this dose response relationship the degree of the response is not directly proportional to the dose received
    Non-linear non threshold relationship
  19. With this dose response relationship the effect is large even with a small increase in dose
    Non-linear non threshold relationship
  20. What effect is A Randomly occurring effects of radiation the probability of such effects is proportional to the dose increase probability not severity of effect
    Probabilistic effects
  21. what effect is a effect that becomes more severe at high levels of radiation exposure and does not occur below a certain threshold dose
    Deterministic effects
  22. Occupational exposure annual effective dose limits is
    50 mSv (5 rem)
  23. What are the limits for deterministic lens of eye
    150 mSv ( 15 rem)
  24. What are the limits for deterministic effects of localized areas of skin hands and feet
    500 mSv ( 50 rem)
  25. What is the general public annual effective dose limits for frequent exposure
    1 mSv ( 0.1 rem)
  26. What is the and you effective dose limits for the general public infrequent exposure limits
    5 mSv ( 0.5 rem)
  27. What is the embryo fetus total equivalent dose for gestation
    5 mSv (0.5 rem)
  28. What is the embryo fetus equivalent dose limit per month
    0.5 mSv (0.05 rem)

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