Medical Physics, generally speaking, can be defined as a field where applied physics techniques are utilized in medicine practices. It is responsible for the technical foundations of radiology, radiation oncology, and nuclear medicine. Specifically, medical physics mostly works with the use of ionizing or non-ionizing radiation in the diagnosis and treatment of disease.
The NE2528/3 Water Phantom is a portable phantom used in conjunction with a Farmer Ionization Chamber (2505/3) for routine consistency checks of therapyÂ beam output.
The unit comprises a compact and robust water phantom complete with a leveling platform suitable for both chamber and treatment machine calibration / output measurements. It is capable of accepting all chambers recommended in the Electron Code of Practice.
The NE2581A is used throughout the world for the measurement of photon and electron beam dosimetry. This is particularly suitable for routine output checks of X-ray, Co60 and Linacs.
The NE2571A is used throughout the world for the measurement of photon and electron beam dosimetry. Constructed from a thin-walled, high purity graphite thimble and aluminum electrode, with a detachable build-up cap.
The NPL2611A is a Secondary Standard Therapy Dosimetry Chamber produced by the National Physics Laboratory. Construction of the NPL2611A chamber consists of a thin walled high purity graphite thimble, amber insulator and a hollow pure aluminum electrode and is supported by a thin walled aluminum stem.
ART phantoms are molded of tissue-equivalent material; they are designed within highly sophisticated technological constraints and follow ICRU-44 standards. They are also designed for accuracy and ease of use.
An anthropomorphic phantom that is molded around the skull with a polycarbonate base dimensioned for scans. The phantom checks important physical parameters, provides a realistic system check, is ideal for training exercises.
A group of phantoms useful for Linac Radiosurgery and the Gamma Knife. Some of these phantoms include the: Spherical Phantom, Head Phantom, Standard Cone, and the Film Dosimetric Cylinder.
Extremity Dosimetry, Hp(0.07), has become increasingly important, especially tip of the finger monitoring, when handling radiopharmaceuticals, in cardiology, oncology and glove box work.
Lens of the Eye dosimetry, Hp(3), has become increasingly important with the changes recommended by ICRP 103 (Statement on Tissue Reactions).
Perfect for testing the Eye Dosimeter Headband and the Harshaw TLD Chipstrate™ using up to 3 elements at a time.
The Harshaw TLD 3500 provides manual readout of TL chips, disks, rods and cubes in a broad variety of sizes. This reader is suitable for all kinds of applications that require thermoluminescence dosimetry (TLD) detectors.
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