To be able to perform radiotherapy effectively, oncologists and radiographers need to understand the physics behind it. This book is the first on radiation physics written specifically for the needs of the practising oncology team.TIa = (d2/A) (dX/dt)Ia (2) Where (dX/dt)Ia is the exposure rate due to photons of energy greater than Ia at a distance d from a ... A BIR/IPSM report in 1993 recommended the use of a#39;reference air kerma ratea#39; (RAKR) which is the kerma rate to air, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Physics for Clinical Oncology|
|Author||:||Amen Sibtain, Andrew Morgan, Niall MacDougall|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press - 2012-01-05|