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This value is comparable to that obtained for the weak category radionuclides (15 to 50 min), of which cesium is a member. m. c. injection. 2 Actinium-227. 2) were analyzed with the wound model using the three-compartment wound site (soluble, CIS, PABS). 7 together with the fitted transfer rates. 4 d) and the remaining 40 % to CIS. 023 d–1). The remaining 3 % is trapped in the PABS compartment, where it is retained for a long time (half-time >7,000 d). Thus, for this case most of the radionuclide kinetics is 42 / 4.

Whole-body counts were performed at the Boston VAMC in an effort to quantify DU content in the body, and urine samples were analyzed for uranium. , 2000). 1 Medical Surveillance and Results. Medical examinations were performed on 29 DU-exposed veterans and 38 who had not been exposed. No clinically significant findings were noted in the exposed population, but subtle perturbations in the reproductive and nervous systems of those exposed veterans with retained embedded metal fragments were observed.

5 for soluble, colloid, particle and fragment forms, respectively. Therefore, the complexity of the model is less than it appears in the generic model. On the other hand, if the contaminating material consists of a mixture of forms, then all the relevant portions of the model will need to be used. , 1998)]. In most cases, the amount of data to be modeled was limited, making it necessary to constrain the fitting process such that a minimum number of parameters were fitted at any given time. This was particularly the case for movement of material into the lymph-node compartment, for which there were few data, particularly for the initially soluble radionuclides.

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