From 01.01.2022, only doctors who are licensed according to Section 5 (2) of the NisV remove tattoos using a laser who have completed appropriate training or further education.
The ordinance on protection from the harmful effects of non-ionizing radiation when used on humans, or NiSV for short, was passed in 2018.
A man born in 1961 had worked as a car mechanic since 1977. At 38, he was diagnosed with bladder carcinoma, in which the average age of onset in men is 70 years.
Basically yes. However, a prerequisite is that a post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is diagnosed as accurately and promptly as possible after the accident according to the internationally recognized systems ICD 10 or DSM IV. The accident must always be suitable to cause the present mental impairment.
The Reformed Radiation Protection Ordinance is in force.
This question is not so easy to answer. At first sight, the regulation appears to state only that operators of a hair removal studio using laser hair removal require training in accordance with Annex 3 Part A in conjunction with Annex 3 Part B and Part C of the Regulation.
There is news! The Federal Council has issued the printed matter 423 / 1 / 18. Here are the recommendations of the committees (among others) for tattoo removal by laser discussed.
Already some time ago we wrote an article about the 30, which was drafted by the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety. May 2018 gives. This draft bill has - in a more rigorous form - the 05. September 2018 the federal cabinet happened. The final version can be found under the following link.
It is planned to modernize the already existing radiation protection law.
This question was also raised by the Weimar Administrative Court. This procedure involved the operation of a tattoo removal studio. The operator carried out the treatments itself without that he had a medical practitioner's license or a completed medical studies.