بررسی تأثير احتمالی پرتوگيری شغلی بر ميزان عناصر کم مقدار روی و مس موجود در خون پرتوکاران راديولوژی

حيدربرقی, مرضیه and بلوری, بهرام and اوسطی آشتيانی, فرزانه and گورابی, حمید (2003) بررسی تأثير احتمالی پرتوگيری شغلی بر ميزان عناصر کم مقدار روی و مس موجود در خون پرتوکاران راديولوژی. مجله علوم پزشکی رازی, 9 (32). pp. 681-686. ISSN 2228-7051

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Abstract

There are a few studiees on low dose effect of ionizing radiation on radiation workers. Of these, the x-ray personnel who are exposed to very low dose, long term radiation because of the profession, become important in this regard. This study was aimed to compare the two very important trace elements, zinc and copper, in the blood of 44 hospital x-ray technicians (XRTs) who have received less than 0.05mSv of radiation bimonthly with non radiation workers of the same centers. Blood samples of the candidates were tsken for comparison of zinc and copper contents, employing Acid Digestion technique by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (AAS). The average levels of zinc in XRTs and control group were 6.409 and 6.589 mg/L respectively. The values for copper were 1.006 and 1.044 mg/L respectively. The results indicate although there were lower concentrations of both elements in XRTs than the controls, using t-test the difference was not statistically significant(P>0.05). However comparing corresponding female and male subjects of each group, the decrease of copper in female XRTs (1.062 mg/L) compared to control females (1.143mg/L) was significant (P<0.01). Hence the possible effectiveness of chronic occupational exposure on the blood tract elements is supported

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: پرتوکاران رادیولوژی،دوز کم پرتوهای یون ساز،عناصر کم مقدار روی و مس ،اسپکترومتری جذب اتمی
Subjects: R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
Divisions: Other Journals > Razi Journal of Medical Sciences
Depositing User: Touba Derakhshande
Date Deposited: 14 Jan 2015 09:54
Last Modified: 14 Jan 2015 09:54
URI: http://eprints.bpums.ac.ir/id/eprint/2599

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