13: Unsealed Sources
Unsealed sources are radionuclides which are not sealed or otherwise bound to a substance. They are typically administered intravenously, often attached to other molecules which guide them to their target.
- 13.1 - Unsealed Source Concepts
- 13.2 - Methods Of Dose Estimation
- 13.3 - Properties Of Unsealed Sources
- 13.4 - Management Of Unsealed Sources
- 13.5 - Summary Of Common Unsealed Sources