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limiting the effective dose of ionizing radiation to patients. Of 238 respondents who reported that radiation safety training was provided at their institution, 158 (66.4%) indicated that they knew what the abbreviation ALARA stood for. Of those 158, 148

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regulations to keep radiation doses ALARA. Use of some types of PPE by equine workers was suboptimal in an Australian survey, 4 wherein radiographic procedures workers reported wearing thyroid shields in 83% of the 77 participating equine clinics and lead

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are less explicit. Employers are required to ensure that the effective radiation dose is ALARA and that no worker is unnecessarily exposed to radiation, and workers who are provided PPE by an employer are required to use it. 12–14 Employers are

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