NRPB


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AcronymDefinition
NRPBNational Radiological Protection Board (UK)
NRPBNational Recording Preservation Board (US Library of Congress)
NRPBNational Resources Planning Board (WWII)
NRPBNational Research Planning Board (US Navy)
NRPBNational and Regional Planning Bureau (Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport; Japan)
NRPBNeighborhood Revitalization Policy Board (Minneapolis, MN)
NRPBNational Radiological Protection Directorate
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185 (69.5%) radiographs assessed were classified as excellent, 44 (16.5%) radiographs were diagnostically acceptable, while only 37 (14%) radiograph were rated as diagnostically unacceptable which clearly did not meet the targets recommended by NRPB. Quality of Lateral Cephalometric radiograph must be assessed regularly in order to prevent repetition and excessive exposure of radiation to patients.
In an effort to maximize participation, we held these meetings in conjunction with three conferences: the Music Library Association (MLA) 2014 annual meeting, the American Library Association (ALA) 2014 annual conference, and the National Recording Preservation Board (NRPB) meeting at the Library of Congress.
This stand-ard is set by International Commission on Non-ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP), national Radiological Protection Board (NRPB), and Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) (Barnes and Greenebaum, 2007).
The Republican Party's championing of "small business enterprise" after the First World War, the controversial activities of the Smaller War Plants Corporation, and the vehement opposition of conservatives to recommendations from the National Resources Planning Board (NRPB) for a vast expansion of public enterprise throughout the nation, provided the context for Taft's most important address on political economy.
(6) NRPB. Risk from Deterministic Effects of Ionizing Radiation, NRPB Report 7, No.
music labels have taken steps to ensure preservation of their catalogs, but, crucially, "It is uncertain whether master recordings are being maintained or preserved when there is no prospect for their reissue or for monetary gain from their digital distribution," according to the NRPB study.
The group concluded that any effect on biological systems would require a nonlinear biological interaction that operated on the time scale of the carrier frequency that could demodulate the amplitude-modulated component (Challis 2005; NRPB 2001; Valberg et al.
The limits advised by bodies like ICNIRP, NRPB and the other Local Authorities are about 10.000.000 microWatt/m2.
The Joint Guidance from the National Radiological Protection Board (NRPB) states that there is no threshold dose for death at day 1, and there is a threshold of 100 mGy on days 2 to 7.
Values corresponding to third quartile of distribution of entrance surface dose (ESD) (mGy) obtained in this survey from standard-sized adult patients undergoing conventional radiological examinations compared with diagnostic reference levels from national and international recommendations,(a) Brazil, 2004 Examination (b) This Port (c) survey no 453 NRPB (d) AAPM (e) AP chest 0.5 ...
BD., MOBILE PHONES AND HEALTH 2004: REPORT BY THE BOARD OF NRPB 7 (2004) (U.K.), available at http://www.hpa.org.uk/web/ HPAwebFile/HPAweb_C/1194947333240.
Later, in 1939, when creating the Executive Office of the President, FDR abolished the NRC and transferred its functions to a newly established National Resources Planning Board (NRPB).