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A chest X-ray is taken with an exposure rate of about 160 millisieverts (a measure of irradiance) per hour, or about 0.045 millisieverts per second, when the rays are exposed in the examination area. Taking a thoracic rib fracture as an example, it takes about 0.5 seconds to take a chest X-ray, so for a chest X-ray, the patient is exposed to about 0.023 millisieverts of radiation. A patient with a fractured rib received a total of 0.138 millisieverts of radiation before and after six X-rays.
The ray intensity is inversely proportional to the square of the distance and is also related to the shielding.
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