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The purpose of the module is to provide students with a clear vision of the type of radiation sources used in nuclear medicine, of how it is used and the specific reasons for the choices of radionuclides, of how to monitor radiation, how they interact with matter, what are the design requirements and expected behaviors for internal and external workers and for population and patients.
Generality of the atomic nucleus
Types of radioactive decay a, b, g
Laws of radioactive decay
Interaction radiation - matter
Charged particles - range , shielding
Photon absorption attenuation . Screens . Outline of neutrons
The radiation detectors - examples of calculation of the dose - dosimeters and DPI in particular for nuclear medicine. Calculation of flux and dose tables and constants tabulated .
Radiation , contamination outside and inside : differences and examples , compartment models
History of radiation protection, generic risk and radioprotectionist comparisation
ICRP and 3 basic principles .
Classifications of workers and environments . Radiation protection measures with sources and radioactive waste .
Operating procedures , as internal security and operating procedures for departments and for patients ..
The regulatory system ( 230/95 ) and its practical implications .
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Written exam with exercises and oral questions with possible interview .
In case of need, the examination will be carried out in the same way but by videoconference.