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Dosimetry Services

If you’re looking for a simple, reliable radiation badge service for your practice, you’ve come to the right place.

Exposure to ionizing radiation creates potential health risks for radiation workers at practices and clinics like yours. Whether your patients are two legged or four legged, receiving diagnostics or treatment, the health and safety of your radiation workers should always be a priority.

By choosing LANDAUER Luxel+ radiation badges, you’ll know exactly how much dose has been received, so you can ensure their exposure levels remain below ALARA limits.

Why Conscientious Managers Choose Luxel+ for Their Veterinary Dosimeters

EASY TO MANAGE

You don’t need to be an expert in radiation safety to use our secure online portal! Management of your locations, participants, badges, and billing is simple, and our responsive customer service team is on standby to assist.

RELIABLE

Like clockwork, your new dosimeters arrive by the required date and your reports are loaded into your portal – no extra steps needed! We even include a handy shipping label to make returns easy.

NO MISSED DOSES

Luxel+ is much more sensitive than typical TLD radiation badges, meaning every dose will be accounted for, every time. With measurements down to 1 mrem, there’s no more “estimating” your employees’ actual exposure.

BUILT TO LAST

We know mistakes happen. That’s why we engineered Luxel+ to be able to withstand being put through the laundry or left in a hot car. And our unique Dynamic Reporting allows us to determine if exposure occurred while the badge was being worn – or left in someone’s locker over the weekend.

PEACE OF MIND

Unlike most other badges on the market, if questions ever arise about exposure or your reports, Luxel+ badges are able to be reread. All data is stored for 75 years, with high dose badges retained forever, and all others for two years.

LANDAUER REPUTATION

LANDAUER is known worldwide as the leading supplier of dosimeters and dosimetry services. After 68 years in the industry, with nearly 2 million people wearing our badges, you can trust us to understand your needs and compliance requirements.

How Does Our Dosimetry Service Work?

1You place your orderProvide your badging information. We’ll need your participant information and shipping locations.2We create your myLDR portal This secure online portal will be setupand include your locations, participants,and badges, and ship your badges byyour requested start date.3You wear your badgesWear your badges for the required time period you selected monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, or annually.4We ship your new badgesYour new badges will be shippedautomatically two weeks beforeyour wear period ends. No needto request them! 5 You return your worn badgesAt the end of your wear period,gather up the worn badges and return them to us. We even include a handy return label.6We will generate your reportsWithin 10 days, we read your badges and upload your reports into myLDR. You’ll get an email alerting you that your reports are ready.myLDR
1. Your order is received Our team will review your order. We may need to contact you for additional information, including a W-9 and credit check, so please watch for an email or phone call from us. 2. We create your myLDR portal This secure online portal will be setup and include your locations, participants, and badges, and ship your badges by your requested start date. 3. You wear your badges Wear your badges for the required time period you selected monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, or annually. 4. We ship your new badges Your new badges will be shipped automatically two weeks before your wear period ends. No need to request them! 5. You return your worn badges At the end of your wear period, gather up the worn badges and return them to us. We even include a handy return label. 6. We will generate your reports Within 10 days, we read your badges and upload your reports into myLDR. You’ll get an email alerting you that your reports are ready.
  • Durable
    • Able to withstand common handling mistakes, including being put through the laundry or left in a hot car
    • Unaffected by heat, moisture, humidity, and pressure when packaging is uncompromised
  • Accurate
    • Measures accurately down to 1 mrem
    • Differentiates between exposure while being worn vs. left on a table or in a locker
  • Easy to exchange
    • New badges are automatically sent ahead of each wear period
    • Reports are available within 10 days of receipt of worn badges
  • Simple administration
    • Secure online portal allows fast and easy management of participants, badges, locations, administrators, reporting, and payments
    • Customizable look by employee, department, season, wear dates, locations
  • Reliable
    • Leading veterinary dosimeter badge supplier for almost 70 years
Helpful Resources

READ: TLD vs OSL: Which Dosimeter Technology is Right for You?

If you’re starting a new dosimetry program or making changes to an existing one, you might be comparing various types of dosimeters and wondering what is the difference between TLD and OSL technology. In this article, we break down the four most important features to examine when purchasing radiation badges and how those features can guide you to the correct choice.

WATCH: How to Correctly Wear a Dosimeter

Wearing a dosimeter correctly – and every time – is a vital part of working with ionizing radiation. Regular exposure to radiation can be hazardous without proper dose tracking and monitoring.

There are specific locations on the body where a dosimeter is worn, and they may differ if you’re wearing an apron. Click to make sure you and your team are wearing them correctly!

LEARN: What Does ALARA Mean and Why Is It So Important?

Numerous occupations in the clinical, industrial, and research fields require the use of ionizing radiation to effectively complete essential tasks, but exposure to such radiation poses a hazard to these workers over time. Thus, ALARA safety protocols were established to protect professionals who utilize ionizing radiation by limiting their exposure to it.

Read about the three principles of ALARA and how to reduce dose levels.