Module 16: Radioactive Substances
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Radioactive substances emit radiation and cause mutation and cancer to exposed employees. Most radioactive substances used in hospitals are low level radiation producing isotopes and are therefore only moderately hazardous. Nevertheless, radioisotopes can have very long half-lives and require proper handling during use, storage and disposal. The dangers associated with radioactive isotopes used in healthcare facilities are identified during this training session. Also included are the procedures to follow when treating an individual contaminated with a radioactive substance. This program identifies the role played by the Radiation Authority regarding spill control and decontamination procedures.

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Module 16: Radioactive Substances