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Here's Why Medical Professionals Trust TrustShield Doors

In radiology and nuclear medicine, doctors, nurses, technicians, and even clerical staff work mere feet away from radioactive isotopes designed to shrink tumors, and instruments that use radiation to peer into human tissues on a daily basis. Not to mention that thousands of times a day, medical centers employ X-rays, MRI scanners, CAT scans, PET scans, cardiovascular imaging and ultrasound technology to diagnose and treat a multitude of conditions. Medical professionals who work around this technology every day would suffer devastating health consequences without lead shielding to block the radiation that would otherwise be absorbed by human beings.

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Nuclear medicine involves using radiation in many important ways, including X-rays, CT scans, and radiation therapy. The risk to patients is relatively low, because they’re typically only exposed a few times, but for the technicians, it’s a different story. That’s why medical facilities require lead lined doors and frames that consistently meet (and exceed) the healthcare industry’s highest standards for radiation confinement.

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