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Radiological Emergency Management 5 5. The rate at which an individual is exposed to radiation is: a. Watts per hour b. Roentgens c. Exposure rate d. Dose 6. The most common physical symptoms of early radiation sickness are: a. Nausea, changes in blood cell formation, vomiting b. Diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, headache, fatigue c. Vomiting, changes in blood cell formation, burns d. High fever, changes in blood cell formation, nausea
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Unformatted text preview: 7. One of the delayed effects of high-level radiation exposure is: a. Increased risk of cancer b. Nausea c. High fever d. Restlessness 8. Most radioactive material shipments in the United States are made for: a. Nuclear power plants b. Nuclear weapon production c. Medical facilities d. Construction sites...
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