CT-scan patient dose monitoring on thorax examination in general hospital Sanjiwani Gianyar
Keywords:CTDIVol, DLP, dosage monitoring, optimization
Currently, in the world of medicine, the use of medical devices is very important. Along with the development of technology, the need for imaging in radio diagnostics is getting higher. This can be seen from the increasing trend of using medical devices by experts that are tailored to the needs of patients. The progress of radiological examination is growing rapidly with the use of radiation sources, one of which is by using a CT-Scan (Computed Tomography Scanning). The use of CT-Scans must be monitored to ensure the protection and safety of workers, patients, and the public. Protection requirements that must be met in the use of radiation are optimization of radiation protection and safety. The optimization of radiation protection is determined from the diagnostic guide level or the Indonesian Diagnostic Reference Level (I-DRL). The data used in this study is a chest contrast examination with the category of adults (15 years and over). From the CT-Scan irradiation, the CTDIVol and DLP values ??were determined in the 3rd quartile (Q3=75 percentile).
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