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full text: to evaluate quantitative dose-response relationship on the biological response to radiation, it is necessary to consider a model including cumulative dose, dose-rate and irradiation time. in this study, we measured micronucleus formation and [ 3 h] thymidine uptake in human cells as indices of biological response to gamma radiation, and analyzed mathematically and statistically the data for quantitative evaluation of radiation risk at low dose/low dose-rate. effective dose (ed x ) was mathematically estimated by fitting a general function of logistic model to the dose-response relationship. assuming that biological response depends on not only cumulative dose but also dose-rate and irradiation time, a multiple logistic function was applied to express the relationship of the three variables. moreover, to estimate the effect of radiation at very low dose, we proposed a modified exponential model. from the results of fitting curves to the inhibition of [ 3 h] thymidine uptake and micronucleus formation, it was obvious that ed 50 in proportion of inhibition of [ 3 h] thymidine uptake increased with longer irradiation time. as for the micronuclei, ed 30 also increased with longer irradiation times. these results suggest that the biological response depends on not only total dose but also irradiation time. the estimated response surface using the three variables showed that the biological response declined sharply when the dose-rate was less than 0.01 gy/h. these results suggest that the response does not depend on total cumulative dose at very low dose-rates. further, to investigate the effect of dose-rate within a wider range, we analyzed the relationship between ed x and dose-rate.

Background: Statistics show a reduction in pediatric poisoning mortality rate. Hospitalization statistics also show a decline. Some poison control centers have noticed a decline in calls. The population served by the poison center has been growing very rapidly in the past decade. To ascertain whether changes in penetrance (calls per 1000 population) occurred, we compared population estimates and calls reported in 1999 and to those in 2007. Case Report: Population estimates were obtained from the state Department of Health for 1999 and 2007 for the coverage area. A search function allowed selection of custom age ranges for estimates. Age ranges were selected to match the age ranges in annual reports (05, 612, 1319, adult and total). The age range 20 99 was selected in the represent adults. The range 099 was used for the total. Poison Center statistics are published on the internet. Reports are available from 1999 to 2007. Penetrance was calculated for each age range in 1999 and 2007. A percent change was calculated for each penetrance. Case Discussion: Penetrance for the age ranges 05, 612 and 1319 declined, with the largest decline in the 612 age range.
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