• Doctors: Don’t worry, the x-ray is
completely safe
Also doctors:
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    • A customer that has one shot at a bar will be fine. A bartender that takes a shot with each customer will get real fucked up.
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    • That's because the doctors are constantly being exposed to the radiation. It's not much, but over time it can become harmful
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    • Someone didn’t pay attention in school
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    • But its only 3.6 roentgen. Not great, but not terrible.
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    • How often does a single person even get x-rays taken? Maybe once or twice in your life? Yeah, you deffinitely wont be in any danger of over-exposure. However, doctors can be taking x-rays all fucking day. That's alot of radiation to be exposed to.
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    • 1 Xray-safe. 100+ xrays- super mutant
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    • Because they do it multiple times a day you fucking tard
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    • Standing in front of it 8 hours 5 days a week would be bad you fuck
      Apevia 18 jun
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    • They dont got the tactical badass gamma blocka 9000 on like you do tho
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    • Y'all remember that 1000 ways to die episode where the doctor and nurse were fucking in the x-ray room and kept hitting the button while a patient was on the table?
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    • It’s only 3.6 Roentgens you’ll be fine
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    • Because they’re subjected to it all day everyday. It’s their job.
      Luvaholic 21 jun
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    • How would they know what’s fucking dangerous their dosimeter only goes to 3.6 roentgen
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    • Never seen a doctor give x rays. That’s why x ray technicians do it
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    • I had an x-ray on my knee so they give me a lead plate for my nuts
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    • I work in X-ray and we stand behind walls because we’re exposed to the radiation a few thousand times a day so it does get dangerous for us. It’s safe for patients when they are just getting a couple of images due to it being a low dose
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    • One x-ray is fine, a few over your lifetime is fine. Fucking 50 a day will kill you eventually 😂
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    • Never get high on your own supplies
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    • This is a type of post that people think they need to explain something in the comments but really everyone knows this knowledge and the comments become pointless
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    • It's safe to have an x-ray every once in awhile but when you have to stand next to this equipment for multiple hours every single day then it becomes dangerous.
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    • Not great not terrible
      de_duster 19 jun
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    • Isaiah07 18 jun
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    • Xrays are completely safe in moderation. This is way docotrs keep track of how many xrays you take and is why they use so much protection because they are constantly being exposed to xray waves
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    • It's only 3.6 roentgen
      ExRequiem 18 jun
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    • Imagine how much you accumulate as an ortho surgeon taking 100+ shots a case and multiple cases a week
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    • You get x-rayed once. They do it all day long
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    • Doctors never do x-rays.
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    • These memes are so ignorant now, like wtf
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    • Incoming explantation comments. DUH, it's dangerous if you're exposed from every patient. Everyone knows already bithead
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    • Unless you are a fetus or an x-ray technician, a few x-rays a year (dentist or injury) are not going to do much harm.
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    • k3v1ng13 18 jun
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    • Here comes the Sherlock explaining why doctors aren’t in the same room
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    • Why is your doctor doing the job of an Xray tech
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    • You guys are gonna get some dumbass anti vaxxers to take this seriously. You are creating a monster that you will hate
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    • Radiation exposure is cumulative. You don’t just get exposed to a little radiation, wait a while and it goes away. It stays in you so getting exposed to tiny amounts repeatedly for long enough will kill you.
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    • You get more radiation flying in a commercial plane than from an xray
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    • Reminds me of an article of a guy who got fried because of a doctor and nurse having sex and constantly hitting the button.
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    • Radiation is all about total time of exposure. The technicians (not doctors, doctors don’t take X-rays) who work in radiology must expose themselves almost every day of their lives to radiation while you will only be exposed for 15 minutes out of your whole year
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    • That's because we get exposed to that radiation all day every day.
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    • Doctor: the x-ray won’t hurt you. Me: then stay in the room with me. Doctor:
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    • I swear to god if this turns into what we’ve done with vaccinations and suddenly people start refusing x rays imma invent a time machine and go back to before we had the internet
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    • Please kill this fucking meme
      gams1123 18 jun
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    • All these people trying to explain shit about how the doctor is around the radiation all the time. It’s a fuckin joke fuckers enjoy jokes for once you unpleaseable rights
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    • Niggas be like yeah I watched Chernobyl I know about radiation even though I never even took a physics class or majored in it
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    • PorkSword 18 jun
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    • That’s like 3,6 roengen, it’s not great but not terrible
      Udre 18 jun
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    • If I gave out thousands of xrays in a year I’d be scared to
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    • You probably get more radiation going through airports and on planes than you would at the doctors/hospital
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    • Repeated exposure over time is different from one time.
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    • I remember once at the dentist I was getting an x ray of my mouth so the lady has me bite this mouthguard attatched to the huge machine and then runs around the corner with the remote on a wire, peeking from the wall. I'm there like "get back here, we're in this shit together"
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    • The doctors are exposed to a lot more radiation as they deal with multiple patients. The patients only get a small bit of exposure. The doctor builds up risk while the patient has absolutely none
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    • Doctor behind a led lined concrete wall though a pa phone after putting a lead plate over your crotch: Y O U L L B E F I N E
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    • Being a girl getting an xray is annoying. “Any chance you’re pregnant?” “Nope.” “Ok well wear this giant lead blanket thing just in case you are.” Da fuck is the point in asking then if you’re gonna do it anyway.
      Madeirey 18 jun
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    • The doctors don't take the xrays, the radiography technologists do. Then the radiologists read the images in their offices.
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    • They wear a dosimeter that measures radiation exposure. Too much and they take unpaid time off.
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    • It's because they're exposed to it multiple times daily, and constant exposure can cause cancer. It's radiation after all.
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    • I love these kinda memes. I’m an X-ray tech, and we go behind the wall because we do 50-80 xrays a day depending on the business. One X-ray won’t harm you, but exposing yourself to 80 in one day over the course of a few weeks will.
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    • You’d have to be a complete retard to not realize the doctor can’t be bombarded by the XRay 100 times a day
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    • I’m studying to become a rad tech and really looking forward to people saying this stuff
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    • We’re not doctors. We’re radiology technologists, and we use lead to minimize your dosage of radiation and well as our own. If we catch too many rads, we have to leave our jobs. Granted the amount of radiation we have to absorbed to be forced to quit is really high and over a short period but still.
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    • I got an MRI recently and this was my thought exactly.
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    • You get more radiation from a day in the sun than getting an X-ray but we (rad techs) all wear radiation badges to see how much we’re getting every few months.
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    • Repeated exposure is what makes them dangerous. You might only need one but the doctor probably has twenty patients that all need x-rays 🙄
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    • Thanks for the heavy cloth I'm sure that will keep me safe as you leave the room and close the blast doors
      TankZeez 18 jun
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    • Being exposed for a few seconds a couple of times a year is different than being exposed multiple times a day every day
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    • Hit me with that radiation all the way doc, either I die or get badass powers
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    • If a bartender shares a drink with one person, he walks out fine. He does it with all his patrons and he dies of alcohol poisoning.
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    • That's because repeated exposure is hazardous.
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    • Oh damn I just shit myself
      PODEPOM 18 jun
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    • What
      AhoyMeBoi 18 jun
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    • Are these a thing now?
      Doggodood 23 jun
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    • HBO Chernobyl fans bout to go crazy in the comments here
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    • My sister has rheumatism that's rapidly affecting new joints, and she has to take an xray to confirm if it had spread somewhere or not. She's taken so many xrays to a point where doctors limited how many xrays she can take a year
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    • Because if you stand in it all the time it isn’t
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    • Safe to get exposed once every couple years, not once every couple minutes
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    • Umm .. doctors don't really perform the procedure. It's the technicians.
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    • Never forget that doctors have always been some of the most corrupt people threw out history. Luckily it’s not like that anymore. (But no ones every 100% sure on everything)
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    • Is that a drop in bunker?
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    • well x-ray doctors are exposed to those rays for entire days at a time, and you are for only a few seconds, so it’s dangerous for them but not so much for you
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    • I’m in A&P right now and my professor has been talking about this for weeks
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    • Aw a new meme format I see? Rip to the boys
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    • Had to get xrays today, the rad tech fucking sprinted back there to hit the button
      ZenoSama 19 jun
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    • But you get the lead vest. That makes the radiation okay. Not enough vests for the doctors.
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    • Yeah because you are hit with small doses of radiation, but the doctors are in the room all the time.
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    • If the doctor exposed themselves to radiation every single time they used the equipment they would be in trouble.
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    • Whoever’s posting these memes are retarded
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    • K
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    • That’s because getting one X-ray done exposes you to so little radiation that it basically rounds to 0 but standing next to an X-ray machine for 40+ hours a week for 30 years will give you cancer
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    • The funniest part of this post is assuming a Dr ever gets anywhere near the x-rays at all. They just order stuff, everyone else does the actual work.
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    • This was three posts ago... this set is broken
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    • Please done make this a new thing. For the love god I beg you...
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    • Please don't let this be the new memw
      boulstri 18 jun
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    • *in Russian accent* I am told it is as much radiation as 1 chest xray.
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    • Niggas need to realize that it's a fucking joke and isn't supposed to be taken seriously
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    • That looks like the iron butt from SpongeBob
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