Personal Radiotoxicological (First Aid) Kit
In recent years, with the spread of nuclear industrial activities, and the widespread use of radioactive materials
and products the possibility of radionuclide contami- nation of humans and animals has significantly increased.
During nuclear tests or reactor accidents, a large amount of radioactive materials may enter the environment
which can contaminate the living environment (air, water, vegetation, soil), for a long period. This contamination
may enter living organisms by inhalation, intake and ingestion, causing severe biological damage. As an
example the Chernobyl reactor accident can be mentioned, where there was no possibility for the decorporation
of isotopes, as there were no products available such as the “RADISTOP”.
To achieve appropriate decorporating (and decontaminating) treatment which is effective, it is highly
recommendable to use a personal Radiotoxicological First Aid Kit (PRK) within the shortest possible time after
internal contamination. This unit provides effective treatment to decorporate the most common incorporated