Radioactive Impact of C3 137 on Human Health

Radioactive Impact of C3 137 on Human Health
Radiation is the emission and propagation of time or space material energy in the form of electromagnetic waves or particles. In simple terms, radiation is energy in the form of waves or particles that are released.

Radiation into 2, namely ionic radiation and non-ionic radiation. Ion radiation consists of X rays, gamma rays, cosmic rays, beta, alpha, and neutrons. Ionic radiation is generally dangerous because it has properties that will give an electrically charged substance to the object in its path. This condition will usually have an effect, especially if the object through which it is passing is a living thing.

The smallest building blocks of living things are cells. When cells interact with ionic radiation, the energy from the radiation will be absorbed into the cell and can cause chemical changes to the molecules contained therein.

These chemical changes can lead to genetic disorders. Then, is that radiation dangerous for us? The answers can be very dangerous, quite dangerous, or even harmless. Depending on the source, dose, and duration of radiation exposure.

Do you remember the elementary school lessons about the atomic bombs in Hiroshima and Nagasaki? From these events, many of the victims suffered radiation burns caused by nuclear bombs. And the worst radiation impact ever occurred at the Chernobyl incident, which resulted in the evacuation of 350,400 citizens and material losses of 18 billion rubles or the equivalent of 3.5 billion rupiahs.

This incident was recorded 200 times larger than the atomic bombs in Hiroshima and Nagasaki when viewed from the effects of radiation produced. How terrible! However, don't worry because it turns out that not all radiation has a harmful effect.

Non-ionic radiation is more often encountered around us, such as visible light, radio waves, microwaves, infrared, and ultraviolet light. Ultraviolet light contained in the morning sun is the main source of vitamin D. Infrared is used in TV remotes. Microwaves are used in microwave ovens. Radio waves are of course used in radio. And of course, we can see anything without the help of visible light.

In general, the human body has a radiation tolerance between 0.1-0.3 sievert (Sv). The following is the impact of radioactive C3 137 on health, namely:
- If the human body is exposed to 1 Sv exposure, it will cause dizziness and nausea
- If the human body is exposed to 1-2 Sv for 6 hours, it will cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and fever

If without medical treatment the impact of radioactive exposure can result in the following:
- 1-2 Sv radiation exposure resulted in 5% of casualty deaths
- Exposure to 2-6 Sv radiation results in 5-100% of casualties
- Radiation exposure above 8 Sv resulted in 100% of the victim's death

If with medical treatment the human body is exposed to 2-6 Sv radiation exposure can reduce 50% of the death. However, there is and without medical treatment, radiation exposure above 8 Sv cannot reduce 100% of the victim's death.

Some of the radioactive effects of C3 137 for long-term health can cause organ damage, trigger cancer, lead to mutations and infertility, and even cause death.

The following are ways or steps to prevent the body from being exposed to radioactive exposure, namely:
- Stay away from sources of radiation
- Immediately see a doctor and consume drugs containing potassium iodide
- Increase eating and drinking to trigger BAB (defecation) and BAK (urinate)
- Exercise to get the radioactive content out through sweat

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