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Radon Toxicity
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Course: CB/WB1585
CE Original Date: June 1, 2010
CE Renewal Date: June 1, 2012
CE Expiration Date: June 1, 2014
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Cover Page
How do you Clinically Assess a Patient Potentially Exposed to Increased Levels of Radon?
How to Use This Course
How Should Patients Potentially Exposed to Increased Levels of Radon Be Treated and Managed?
Initial Check
What Instructions Should Be Given to Patients to Reduce Potential Health Risks from Exposure to Radon?
What is Radon?
Sources of Additional Information
Where Is Radon Found?
Assessment and Posttest
What are the Routes of Exposure to Radon?
Literature Cited
Who Is at Risk of Radon Exposure?
Tables and Figures
What are the Standards and Regulations for Environmental Radon Levels?
Annex I: Methods of Detection and Mitigation for Increased Levels of Radon
What are the Potential Health Effects from Exposure to Increased Radon Levels?
Patient Education and Care Instruction Sheet
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