dose

(of a substance): Total quantity of a substance administered to, taken up, or absorbed by an organism, organ, or tissue.
 
(of radiation): Energy or amount of photons absorbed by an irradiated object during a specific exposure time divided by ara or volume.



The term "dose" was found in the following pages:

X ISTERH 2013: International Society of Trace Element Research in Humans | EVISA's Agenda of Events
Instrument database: Kore Technology - MS-1000 Compact Secondary Ion Time-Of-Flight Mass Spectrometer for Surface Analysis
Link database: Encyclopedia of Earth: Public Health Statement for Barium
Link database: Encyclopedia of Earth: Public Health Statement for Radium
Link database: BIOMEDICAL ASPECTS OF THIMEROSAL EXPOSURE
Link database: Encyclopedia of Earth: Public Health Statement for Titanium Tetrachloride
Link database: National Research Council: Toxicological Effects of Methylmercury
Link database: CBER: Thimerosal in Vaccines
Link database: Gadolinium based MRI contrast agents
Material database: National Research Council of Canada (NRC - CNRC) - MESS-3 Marine Sediment Reference Materials for Trace Metals and other Constituents
New California study concludes that thimerosal seems not to be the major cause for autism | EVISA's News
Link database: CODA-CERVA: Lead
European Medicines Agency recomments to pull linear Gadolinium-based MRI contrast agents from market | EVISA's News
Link database: Expert Group on Vitamins and Minerals: Risk Assessment: Nickel
Speciation analysis of gadolinium retained in the rat brain after administration of gadolinium-based contrast agents | EVISA's News
Material database: National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) - SRM 1566 b - Oyster Tissue
Link database: Encyclopedia of Earth: Public Health Statement for Radon
Link database: Encyclopedia of Earth: Public Health Statement for Americium
New study finds relationship between organic mercury exposure from Thimerosal-containing vaccines and neurodevelopmental disorders | EVISA's News
EMA Issues Final Opinion Limiting Gadolinium Contrast Agents in Body Scans | EVISA's News