Medical use of radiation is defined as the intentional internal or external administration of ionizing radiation, and/or radioactive material to human beings for diagnostic, therapeutic, and/or medical research purposes. All medical use of ionizing radiation at The University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics (UIHC) must conform to the current requirements for using radiation producing equipment and radioactive materials in or on humans for medical diagnosis, therapy, and human subject research.
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- Long Form Diagnostic (Long Form Diagnostic Example")
- Complete this Human Use form for NEW APPLICATIONS involving Nontherapeutic Radiation.
- Additional External Radiation Form
- Complete this Human Use form when radiation sources will be used outside the body for research-related diagnostic procedures.
- Additional Internal Radiation Form
- Complete this form when radioactive materials will be used inside the body for research -related diagnostic procedures.
- Long Form Therapeutic
- Complete this form for NEW APPLICATIONS involving Therapeutic and Diagnostic Radiation Procedures.
- Short Form Diagnostic
- Complete this form only for projects involving diagnostic x-rays of the extremities, head, neck, teeth, chest or DEXA bone density scans
- Compound Radiopharmaceutical Form
- Complete this Hospital Radiation Safety Review Group application for UIHC Clinical Use of Compounded Radiopharmceuticals.
- Research Application Form for Class 3b & 4 Lasers
- Complete this form for projects involving research related use of Class 3b & 4 lasers (research related use of lower power lasers Class 3r and below do not require MRPC review)
- Radioactive Material Devices Form
- Complete this Hospital Radiation Safety Review Group application for UIHC use of Radioactive Sources/Devices in Clinical Practice.
- RDRC Basic Research Use of Radioactive Drugs
- This RDRC application is used to obtain basic information regarding the metabolism, human physiology, pathophysiology, or biochemistry of a radioactive drug that is generally recognized as safe and effective when administered under the conditions set forth in 21 CFR 361.1
Iowa Administrative Code (IAC), Chapter 41 - Iowa Department of Public Health regulations pertaining to safe use of radiation machines and certain uses of radioactive materials.