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Hicksville, NY-Nuclear Associates offers the Urological Radiation Shield, which has been shown to reduce the exposure of radiation dose from scatter by 70%. After the patient has been positioned on the table, the support rail is attached and the shield is slid onto the rail so it hangs in front of the patient, between the radiation source and the surgeon. This shielding system allows maximum radiation protection to be maintained, according to the company.

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