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Old August 2nd, 2004, 17:48
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I-131 patient release criteria

NPC-LINK.COM Here is an online calculator to help determine when a patient can be released.

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REGULATORY GUIDE, OFFICE OF NUCLEAR REGULATORY RESEARCH,
REGULATORY GUIDE 8.39, (Draft was DG-8015), RELEASE OF PATIENTS ADMINISTERED RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS [attached document 8_39.pdf]

PATIENT INFORMATION GUIDE 1 [attached document I131PTINFO.pdf]

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