A radiation dosimeter is an efficient tool for determining ionising radiation exposure (via alpha or beta particles, neutrons, gamma rays, or x-rays). People who work with x-ray machines, CT, PET/SPECT, certain sealed and unsealed radioisotopes, or who are exposed to other gamma or high energy beta radiation sources are typically compelled to wear one or more dosimeters. When people are exposed to large levels of radiation, it can be harmful for them. Radiation is extremely dangerous to humans. Radiation Dosimeters/badges cannot safeguard users from radiation. A dosimetry badge is used to monitor occupational radiation exposure and demonstrate compliance with ALARA levels and annual dosage limits. When radiation levels are excessively high, dosimeters warn and educate individuals so they can leave the exposure area and prevent radiation poisoning. To make sure that a person does not receive a dangerous dose of radiation over a certain amount of time, dosimeters are used. The radiation safety officer can use the badges to get important information about workplace's security and the quality of the radiation safety system in workplace. This market holds a high growth potential due to the prevalence of cancer globally.
Ionizing radiation levels are rising in hospital as radiopharmaceuticals has increasingly been used for diagnostic purposes. As a result, healthcare workers are at a higher risk of radiation-related diseases. Numerous health problems, including skin necrosis, radiation burns, cataracts, hair loss, birth defects, and malignancies, can be caused on by radiation exposure. Hospitals are thus increasingly adopting wearable dosimeters to measure radiation exposure among their employees, which is a major factor driving the Radiation Dosimeters Market growth. There are various types of radiation dosimeters, including thermal luminescent dosimeters (TLD), pocket ionisation chamber dosimeters, optically stimulated luminescent dosimeters (OSL dosimeters), and digital ionization personnel dosimeters. Cancer prevalence is rising, leading to a growing demand for early diagnosis and treatment. According to the International Agency for Research on Cancer in 2020, globally 19,292,789 new cancer cases were diagnosed with 9,958,133 deaths in the same year.
The key players operating in the multiphoton microscopy market include Laurus systems, Landauer, Mirion Technologies, Inc., and RaySafe among others.
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