Radcal Corporation's PDC (Patient Dose Calibrator) is a DAP meter calibrator which measures DAP, DAP-rate, dose and dose rate and solves much publicized problems relating to variation of DAP, patient dose system and AEC calibration and is ideally suited to aid the setting of reference doses. The PDC method of calibration is significantly quicker than the traditional method, and allows a full check of the DAP meter calibration over a range of field sizes, shapes and beam qualities.
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Radcal Debuts Problem-Solving PDC
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