Multi detector computed tomography (MDCT)
Diagnostic reference levels (DRLs) have been developed for adult and paediatric multi detector computed tomography (MDCT) procedures. Medical imaging providers are required under the ARPANSA Code of Practice (RPS C-5 Section 3.2.15, previously RPS 14 Section 3.1.8) to regularly compare typical patient doses to the national DRLs to optimise the doses delivered to patients.
View the current Australian diagnostic reference levels (DRLs) for multi detector computed tomography (MDCT) for adult and paediatric patients.
Get more information on the March 2021 update of the MDCT DRLs.
Login to, register for, or get more information about the MDCT survey. The survey is a tool for MDCT providers to compare the doses they deliver with the national DRLs and thereby meet their regulatory obligations – all while helping shape the future DRLs.
See how the Australian DRLs were derived and how MDCT doses have changed since the MDCT survey started.
Find out more about the MDCT DRLs, how the information is collected, and how you can compare your facility's CT doses to the DRLs.