Knowledge and Awareness of Radiation Hazard in Health-care Personnel

2018-03-29 03:17:22 | BioPortfolio


Knowledge and awareness of radiation hazard in health-care personnel; A Quaternary-care academic center study Aim: To determine knowledge and concerning about radiation hazard in anesthetic personnel and surgeon

study decide: questionnaire based study to ask concerning and knowledge about radiation hazard

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Radiation Hazard


Concerning and knowledge about radiation hazard questionnaire


Not yet recruiting


Mahidol University

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