IMIE – Individual Monitoring for Internal Exposure

The IMIE computer codes are the family of interactive tools for interpretation of the bioassay data, individual dose assessments, tracking the history of exposure, and documentation of the process of assessment. The main aim of the IMIE is the reconstruction of multiple intakes on the base of the body counter or bioassay data.

IMIE was used for measurement analysis and dose calculations in the internal dosimetry program for works within the framework of the Shelter Implementation Plan at Unit 4 of the Chornobyl nuclear power plant.


IMIE User’s Guide


  1. IMIE Computer Codes: 10 y in the Internal Dosimetry. V.Berkovski, G.Ratia, Y.Bonchuk. Radiation Protection Dosimetry, Vol.125, Issue 1-4, July 2007, p.205–208
  2. Support system for the dosimetric interpretation of the internal exposure. G.G.Ratia, Y.V.Bonchuk. Radiation Hygiene. 2009;2(2):48-52
  3. Bioassay measurements interpretation methods of the object “Shelter” personnel. G.G.Ratia, Iu.V.Bonchuk. Problems of radiation medicine and radiobiology. – 2009.– Vol.14. – p.29-34

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