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Acute side effects of radiation therapy : a guide to management

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Sourati, Ainaz, Ameri, Ahmad, Malekzadeh, Mona. Cham, Switzerland: Springer , 2017. (Ebook)
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Table of Contents: ; 1. Radiation Dermatitis -- 2. Hair Loss -- 3. Radiation Brain Injury -- 4. Radiation Orbital Toxicity -- 5. Ear Toxicity -- 6. Oral Mucositis -- 7. Xerostomia -- 8. Loss of Taste -- 9. Laryngeal Edema -- 10. Radiation Pneumonitis -- 11. Pericarditis -- 12. Esophagitis -- 13. R…
Title
Acute side effects of radiation therapy : a guide to management
Author
Sourati, Ainaz
Ameri, Ahmad
Malekzadeh, Mona
Place
Cham, Switzerland
Publisher
Springer
Year Published
2017
Series
EBSCOhost eBook
Subjects
Radiotherapy - adverse effects
Radiation Exposure - adverse effects
Radiation Exposure - prevention & control
Abstract
Table of Contents:
1. Radiation Dermatitis -- 2. Hair Loss -- 3. Radiation Brain Injury -- 4. Radiation Orbital Toxicity -- 5. Ear Toxicity -- 6. Oral Mucositis -- 7. Xerostomia -- 8. Loss of Taste -- 9. Laryngeal Edema -- 10. Radiation Pneumonitis -- 11. Pericarditis -- 12. Esophagitis -- 13. Radiation Gastritis -- 14. Radiation-Induced Liver Disease -- 15. Enteritis -- 16. Radiation Cystitis -- 17. Radiation Proctitis -- 18. Fatigue -- 19. Hematological Side Effects -- 20. Radiation-Induced Nausea and Vomiting (RINV)
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9783319559490
9783319559506
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English
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Ebook
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BC Cancer Agency
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Health effects of low doses of radiation : perspectives on integrating radiation biology and epidemiology

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National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements. Bethesda, MD: National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements , 2015. (Ebook)
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Table of Contents: ; Cover -- Preface -- Contents -- Executive Summary -- 1. Introduction -- 1.1 Low Doses and Low Dose Rates -- 1.2 Use of Radiation Biology Data to Reduce the Uncertainty in Risk Estimates -- 2. General Approaches to Risk Assessment -- 2.1 Risk Assessment Process and Associated Un…
Title
Health effects of low doses of radiation : perspectives on integrating radiation biology and epidemiology
Corporate Author
National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements
Place
Bethesda, MD
Publisher
National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements
Year Published
2015
Physical Description
1 online resource
Series
Proquest Ebook Central
NCRP commentary 24
Subjects
Radiation Exposure - adverse effects
Radiation, Ionizing
Radiation Dosage
Abstract
Table of Contents:
Cover -- Preface -- Contents -- Executive Summary -- 1. Introduction -- 1.1 Low Doses and Low Dose Rates -- 1.2 Use of Radiation Biology Data to Reduce the Uncertainty in Risk Estimates -- 2. General Approaches to Risk Assessment -- 2.1 Risk Assessment Process and Associated Uncertainties -- 2.2 Modeling Uncertainties: Dosimetric, Epidemiologic and Biological -- 2.3 Transfer of Risk Between Populations of Different Countries -- 2.4 Extrapolating Low-Dose Effects from In Vitro to In Vivo -- Animal to Human -- 3. Studies Integrating Biology and Epidemiology -- 3.1 Epidemiologic Studies Focused on Cancer Outcomes -- 3.1.1 Chromosome Aberration Studies -- 3.1.2 Atomic-Bomb Survivors -- 3.1.3 Pelvic Irradiation Studies -- 3.1.4 Occupational Studies -- 3.1.5 Environmental Background Studies -- 3.1.6 Transgenerational Studies -- 3.1.7 Gene and Radiation Interaction: The Women's Environmental Cancer and Radiation Epidemiology Study -- 3.1.8 Retinoblastoma -- 3.2 Epidemiologic Studies Focused on Noncancer Outcomes -- 4. Bioindicators from Radiation Biology Studies -- 4.1 DNA Damage and Repair -- 4.2 Signaling of DNA Damage at Low Doses -- 4.3 Chromosome Alterations -- 4.4 Mutations -- 4.5 Radiation-Induced Genomic Instability -- 4.6 Modulators of Response -- 4.6.1 Adaptive Responses -- 4.6.2 Bystander Effects -- 4.6.3 Genetic Susceptibility and Interactions with Radiation -- 4.6.4 Interactions with Environmental and Lifestyle Factors -- 5. Closing the Gaps Towards an Integrated Approach -- 5.1 Targeted Research to Identify Adverse Outcome Pathways and Bioindicators of Response -- 5.2 Biologically Based Modeling -- 5.2.1 Biologically Based Dose-Response Approach -- 5.2.2 Systems Biology -- 5.3 Registries of Medical-Imaging Exposures Linked to Outcomes and Biological Materials -- 5.4 Facilities and Interdisciplinary Training -- 5.4.1 Facilities
5.4.2 Interdisciplinary Training -- Abbreviations and Acronyms -- Glossary -- References -- Scientific Committee Members -- NCRP Commentaries
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9780983545071
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English
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BC Cancer Agency
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Radiation safety aspects of nanotechnology : recommendations of the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements

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National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements. Bethesda, MD: National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements , 2017. (Ebook)
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Table of Contents: ; 1. Executive Summary -- 1.1 Background -- 1.2 Scope -- 1.3 Conclusions and Recommendations -- 1.3.1 General -- 1.3.2 Operational Health Physics -- 1.3.3 Internal Dosimetry -- 1.3.4 Summary -- 2. Introduction -- 2.1 Background -- 2.2 Purpose -- 3. Types and Sources of Nanomateri…
Title
Radiation safety aspects of nanotechnology : recommendations of the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements
Corporate Author
National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements
Place
Bethesda, MD
Publisher
National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements
Year Published
2017
Physical Description
1 online resource
Series
Proquest Ebook Central
NCRP report 176
Subjects
Nanoparticles
Radiation Exposure - adverse effects
Radiation Protection - methods
Radiometry
Safety Management - methods
Nanotechnology - standards
United States
Guideline
Abstract
Table of Contents:
1. Executive Summary -- 1.1 Background -- 1.2 Scope -- 1.3 Conclusions and Recommendations -- 1.3.1 General -- 1.3.2 Operational Health Physics -- 1.3.3 Internal Dosimetry -- 1.3.4 Summary -- 2. Introduction -- 2.1 Background -- 2.2 Purpose -- 3. Types and Sources of Nanomaterials Including Radioactive Nanoparticles -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Naturally Occurring and Incidentally Produced Nanomaterials -- 3.3 Radiation-Induced Synthesis of Nanomaterials -- 3.4 Radioactive Nanomaterials -- 3.4.1 Naturally Occurring Radioactive Nanomaterials -- 3.4.2 Incidentally Produced Radioactive Nanomaterials -- 3.4.3 Radiolabeled Nanomaterials -- 4. Physicochemical Concerns for Exposure to Nanoparticles -- 4.1 Nanoparticle Physicochemical Properties -- 4.1.1 Deposition Within the Respiratory Tract -- 4.1.2 Translocation Across Organ Membranes -- 4.1.3 Surface Area and Reactivity in Biological Systems -- 4.1.4 Particle Shape -- 4.1.5 Particle Agglomeration -- 4.1.6 Material Dispersibility -- 4.1.7 Material Surface Charge -- 4.2 Nanoparticle Exposure Experiences Involving Humans -- 4.2.1 Magic Nano Event -- 4.2.2 Event in China -- 4.2.3 Nickel Sensitization Case -- 4.2.4 Polymer and Metal Fume Experience -- 4.3 Guidance on Managing Physicochemical Concerns for Exposure to Nanoparticles -- 5. Operational Health Physics in a Nanotechnology Environment -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.1.1 Attention to the Physicochemical Toxicity of Radioactive Nanomaterials -- 5.1.2 Changes that May be Needed for Internal Dosimetry -- 5.1.3 Changes that May be Needed for Dispersion of Airborne Particles -- 5.1.4 Summary of Radiation Program Elements Applicable to Working with Radioactive Nanomaterials -- 5.2 Hierarchy of Exposure Controls for Facility and Process Design -- 5.2.1 Elimination and Substitution -- 5.2.2 Engineered Controls
5.2.3 Administrative Controls -- 5.2.4 Personal Protective Equipment -- 5.3 Use of Radioactive Nanomaterials in Medical Settings -- 5.4 Management and Disposal of Radioactive Nanomaterial Waste -- 5.5 Control of Public Exposure -- 5.6 Emergency Response -- 5.7 Incident Investigation -- 5.8 Effective Risk Communication -- 6. Nanoparticle Issues for Internal Radiation Dosimetry -- 6.1 Framework for Considering Radioactive Nanoparticle Internal Dosimetry -- 6.2 General Approach to Biokinetic Modeling for Intakes of Radioactive Nanoparticles -- 6.3 Radiation Dosimetry of Inhaled Radioactive Nanoparticles -- 6.3.1 Deposition of Inhaled Radioactive Nanoparticles -- 6.3.2 Clearance of Inhaled Radioactive Nanoparticles -- 6.3.3 Respiratory Tract Dosimetry for Radioactive Nanoparticles -- 6.4 Radiation Dosimetry of Ingested Radioactive Nanoparticles -- 6.5 Radiation Dosimetry of Radioactive Nanoparticles for Intact Skin -- 6.6 Radiation Dosimetry of Radioactive Nanoparticles in Wounds -- 6.7 Biokinetics of Nanoparticles that Affect Internal Dosimetry -- 6.7.1 Regional Deposition of Radioactive Nanoparticles -- 6.7.2 Biokinetic Characteristics of Inhaled Radioactive Nanoparticles -- 6.7.3 Biokinetics Example: Monomeric and Polymeric Plutonium -- 7. Dose Assessment and Medical Management for Individuals Exposed to Radioactive Nanoparticles -- 7.1 Approaches for Dose Assessment -- 7.2 Occupational Exposure and Dose Assessment Scenario: Plutonium Processing Facility -- 7.3 Impact of Radioactive Nanoparticles on Dose Assessment -- 7.4 Impact of Radioactive Nanoparticles on Medical Management Decisions -- 8. Conclusions and Recommendations -- 8.1 Hazard and Exposure Assessment -- 8.1.1 Conclusions -- 8.1.2 Recommendations -- 8.2 Operational Health Physics -- 8.2.1 Conclusions -- 8.2.2 Recommendations -- 8.3 Nanoparticle Issues for Radiation Dosimetry
8.3.1 Conclusions -- 8.3.2 Recommendations -- 8.4 Dose Assessment and Medical Management -- 8.4.1 Conclusions -- 8.4.2 Recommendations -- Appendix A. Radiolabeled Nanoparticles -- A.1 Use of Radionuclides to Characterize and Quantitate Nanoparticle Contents -- A.2 Radiolabeled Nanoparticles for Biokinetic and Toxicologic Investigations -- A.3 Radiolabeled Nanoparticles for Diagnostic Medicine -- A.4 Radiolabeled Nanoparticles for Medical Imaging -- A.5 Radiolabeled Nanoparticles for Therapeutic Medicine -- A.6 Use of Radiation-Induced Emissions and Hyperthermal Effects from Nanoparticles in Therapeutic Medicine -- Appendix B. Biokinetic Models -- B.1 Fate of Nanoparticles in the Lungs -- B.2 Particle Clearance and Translocation Pathways -- B.3 Exposure and Biokinetics of Ingested Nanoparticles -- B.4 Human and Animal Studies Using Radioactive Nanoparticles -- Appendix C. Key Concepts for Understanding Nanoparticle Aerosol Properties and Behaviors -- C.1 Introduction -- C.2 A Range of Mechanisms Influence Particle Motion and Collection -- C.3 Behavior of Airborne Nanoparticles is Dominated by Brownian Diffusion -- C.4 Particle Volume Equivalent Diameter, Thermodynamic Diameter, and Aerodynamic Equivalent Diameter are Related -- C.5 Particle Size Distributions are Frequently Lognormal -- C.6 Nanoparticles Dominate the Count Distribution -- C.7 Nanoparticles Exist to Some Extent in the Majority of Occupational Aerosols -- C.8 Smaller Particles have a Greater Fraction of Their Atoms at the Particle Surface -- C.9 Number Concentrations of Concern Depend on the Material of Concern -- C.10 Realistic Airborne Particle Number Concentrations can be Limited by Coagulation -- C.11 Smaller Particles are More Difficult to Dislodge from Surfaces than Larger Particles -- Abbreviations, Acronyms and Symbols -- Glossary -- References -- Scientific Committee and Staff
The NCRP -- Officers -- Members -- Distinguished Emeritus Members -- Lauriston S. Taylor Lectures -- Warren K. Sinclair Keynote Addresses -- Thomas S. Tenforde Topical Lectures -- NCRP Publications -- NCRP Reports -- NCRP Commentaries -- Proceedings of the Annual Meeting -- Lauriston S. Taylor Lectures -- Warren K. Sinclair Keynote Addresses -- Thomas S. Tenforde Topical Lectures -- Symposium Proceedings -- NCRP Statements -- Other Documents
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Title page: March 2, 2017
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9780913392041
9780913392027
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English
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BC Cancer Agency
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