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THE LATIN AMERICAN BIOLOGICAL DOSIMETRY NETWORK (LBDNET)

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Etiquetas

  • laboratorios
  • dosimetría
  • proteccion contra las radiaciones
  • emergencias

Datos

Origen

Argentina

Idioma

Inglés

Organización

ARN (Argentina)

Autor

García, O.; Di Giorgio, M.; Radl, A.; Taja, M.R.; Sapienza, C.E.; Deminge, M.M. Fernandez Rearte, J.; Stuck Oliveira, M.; Valdivia, P.; Lamadrid, A.I.; Gonzalez, J.E Romero, I.; Mandina, T.; Guerrero-Carbajal, E.; Arceo Maldonado, CCortina Ramírez, G.E.; Espinoza, M.; Martínez-López, W.; Di Tomasso, M

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Descripción

Biological Dosimetry is a necessary support for national radiation protection programmes and emergency response schemes. The Latin American Biological Dosimetry Network (LBDNet) was formally founded in 2007 to provide early biological dosimetry assistance in case of radiation emergencies in the Latin American Region. Here are presented the main topics considered in the foundational document of the network, which comprise: mission, partners, concept of operation, including the mechanism to request support for biological dosimetry assistance in the region, and the network capabilities. The process for network activation and the role of the coordinating laboratory during biological dosimetry emergency response is also presented. This information is preceded by historical remarks on biological dosimetry cooperation in Latin America. A summary of the main experimental and practical results already obtained by the LBDNet is also included. Radiation Protection Dosimetry; vol. 171, no.1, p.64-69, 2016