Evaluation of the calibration procedure of active personal dosemeters for interventional radiology

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  • Jean-Marc Bordy
  • Josiane Daures
  • Isabelle Clairand
  • Marc Denozière
  • Laurent Donadille
  • Francesco d'Errico
  • Jean Gouriou
  • Christian Itié
  • Lara Struelens

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An overview of the use of active personal dosemeters (APD) in interventional radiology is presented. It is based on the work done by the working package 7 of the CONRAD coordinated action supported by the EC within the frame of the 6th FP. This study was done in collaboration with the working package 4 of CONRAD to deal with the calculations required for studying the new calibration facility. The main requirements of the standard for the APD and the difficulties caused by the use of pulsed radiations are presented through the results of an intercomparison organised in a realistic calibration facility similar to the workplace situation in interventional radiology. The main characteristics of this facility are presented.


Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)87-92
JournalRadiation protection dosimetry
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 30 Aug 2008
EventGeneral Assembly Eurados 2008 - Eurados, Paris, France
Duration: 21 Jan 200825 Jan 2008


  • Active personal Dosemeters

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