By staff writers
March 1, 2012

Testing-instruments provider Unfors RaySafe has launched a personal dosimetry system at the European Congress of Radiology (ECR) in Vienna.

RaySafe i2 active dosimeter allows medical staff to get instant information on their current radiation exposure so they can adjust their behavior to minimize unnecessary exposure, according to Unfors.

Studies presented at ECR showed up to a 40% reduction in dose to personnel by using the technology, Unfors said. The basic package comes with one real-time display and four dosimeters, and can be extended with additional dosimeters and advanced data management software, the company said.

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