Staff eye lens and extremity exposure in interventional cardiology: Results of the ORAMED project

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Staff eye lens and extremity exposure in interventional cardiology: Results of the ORAMED project. / Donadille, Laurent; Carinou, Eleftheria; Brodecki, Marcin; Domienik, Joanna; Jankowski, Jan; Koukorava, Christina; Krim, Sabah; Nikodemova, Denisa; Ruiz-Lopez, Natasha; Sans-Mercé, Marta; Struelens, Lara; Vanhavere, Filip; Zaknoune, R.; D'Agostino, Emiliano (Peer reviewer).

In: Radiation Measurements, Vol. 46, No. 11, 11.2011, p. 1203-1209.

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Donadille, L, Carinou, E, Brodecki, M, Domienik, J, Jankowski, J, Koukorava, C, Krim, S, Nikodemova, D, Ruiz-Lopez, N, Sans-Mercé, M, Struelens, L, Vanhavere, F, Zaknoune, R & D'Agostino, E 2011, 'Staff eye lens and extremity exposure in interventional cardiology: Results of the ORAMED project', Radiation Measurements, vol. 46, no. 11, pp. 1203-1209. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.radmeas.2011.06.034

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Donadille, L., Carinou, E., Brodecki, M., Domienik, J., Jankowski, J., Koukorava, C., ... D'Agostino, E. (2011). Staff eye lens and extremity exposure in interventional cardiology: Results of the ORAMED project. Radiation Measurements, 46(11), 1203-1209. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.radmeas.2011.06.034

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Donadille L, Carinou E, Brodecki M, Domienik J, Jankowski J, Koukorava C et al. Staff eye lens and extremity exposure in interventional cardiology: Results of the ORAMED project. Radiation Measurements. 2011 Nov;46(11):1203-1209. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.radmeas.2011.06.034

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Donadille, Laurent ; Carinou, Eleftheria ; Brodecki, Marcin ; Domienik, Joanna ; Jankowski, Jan ; Koukorava, Christina ; Krim, Sabah ; Nikodemova, Denisa ; Ruiz-Lopez, Natasha ; Sans-Mercé, Marta ; Struelens, Lara ; Vanhavere, Filip ; Zaknoune, R. ; D'Agostino, Emiliano. / Staff eye lens and extremity exposure in interventional cardiology: Results of the ORAMED project. In: Radiation Measurements. 2011 ; Vol. 46, No. 11. pp. 1203-1209.

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