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Plastic tubes recently replaced most glass tubes following the establishment of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines to improve safety and reduce exposure to blood-borne pathogens (15). Plastic tubes are manufactured through injection-molding, using polyesters (e.g. polyethylene terephthalate (PET)), polyolefins (e.g. polyethylene and polypropylene (PP)), polyacrylic, polytetrafluoroethylene, polysiloxane, polyvinyl chloride, polyacrylonnitrile, and polystyrene (9,10). Compared to glass, plastic minimizes exposure to biohazardous material following breakage, has a greater shock resistance, tolerates higher centrifugation speeds, weighs less, has excellent dimensional precision, and is more easily disposed of by incineration at a lower cost (4,17). However, plastic has greater gas permeability compared to glass tubes (18). There have been numerous studies comparing glass and plastic tubes for use in chemistry (4,19), endocrinology (19), molecular testing (20), serology (21), and coagulation testing (10,19). Despite small statistically significant differences between plastic and glass tube analyte determinations, none is considered clinically significant. PET, a commonly used plastic in the manufacture of BCTs is unbreakable and maintains a vacuum for a prolonged time (22). PP, another commonly used plastic, has a lower water permeability, allowing it to retain liquid anticoagulant volume and concentration (22). Thus, PET tubes have double-walls to minimize evaporation, especially for coagulation-based tests (22); the internal PP layer protects against citrate solution evaporation, whereas the outer PET layer is more transparent, allowing easier visualization of tube fill levels. The PP plus PET combination improves shelf life and anticoagulant volume retention (22).
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Clot activation by the extrinsic pathway, coagulation initiated by adding substances extrinsic to blood, is biochemical (e.g., ellagic acid, thrombin, snake venoms, thromboplastin) and concentration-dependent (10). Although these clot activators produce rapid clotting (10 to 20 minutes), the clots formed are gelatinous and do not easily separate from serum (10). Clot activators can be added to tubes by adding small beads or paper coated discs, or they can be sprayed on interior tube surfaces with a carrier (e.g., polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP), carboxymethyl cellulose, polyvinyl alcohol, and polyethylene oxide) (10,23). These carriers allow rapid clot activator suspension into blood so that the carriers dissolve into both serum and clots as the clotting is initiated (23). PVP and water-soluble SFs also release clot activators into blood specimens to reduce the need for mixing (23). BD has recently released a serum tube containing thrombin (rapid serum tubes (RSTTM); Table 1, orange stopper) for rapid clot activation (within 5 minutes) (42). Dimeski et al. (66) demonstrated that the use of RST tubes would not be appropriate for patients on high-dose heparin or warfarin therapy since latent clot formation in the tube may clog instrument probes and produce erroneous test results. Based on these findings, it is clear that additional studies are needed to ensure that the RST tubes give clinically equivalent results to other commercially available serum tubes, especially for partially filled tubes of blood.
Time Stopper is a tiny utility which eliminate the time limit existing into trial software usage period.Time Stopper works with any software executable file and practically will extend the trial period of the program for an unlimited amount of time.
Epidemiological research examining potential long-term risks from radiofrequency exposure has mostly looked for an association between brain tumours and mobile phone use. However, because many cancers are not detectable until many years after the interactions that led to the tumour, and since mobile phones were not widely used until the early 1990s, epidemiological studies at present can only assess those cancers that become evident within shorter time periods. However, results of animal studies consistently show no increased cancer risk for long-term exposure to radiofrequency fields.
While an increased risk of brain tumors is not established, the increasing use of mobile phones and the lack of data for mobile phone use over time periods longer than 15 years warrant further research of mobile phone use and brain cancer risk. In particular, with the recent popularity of mobile phone use among younger people, and therefore a potentially longer lifetime of exposure, WHO has promoted further research on this group. Several studies investigating potential health effects in children and adolescents are underway.
(1) International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP). Statement on the \"Guidelines for limiting exposure to time-varying electric, magnetic and electromagnetic fields (up to 300 GHz)\", 2009.\r\n
(1) International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP). Statement on the "Guidelines for limiting exposure to time-varying electric, magnetic and electromagnetic fields (up to 300 GHz)", 2009.
ThrottleStop is a small application designed to monitor for and correct the three main types of CPU throttling that are being used on many laptop computers.The left side of ThrottleStop contains a variety of options which can be used to bypass CPU throttling and on the right side is a Monitoring panel that shows you the current state of each thread on your CPU.Some laptops are using clock modulation and multiplier reductions to lower the performance and power consumption of your computer. This is done deliberately to either allow your computer to run cooler or to allow your laptop to operate with a power adapter that is not sufficient to fully power your laptop and recharge its battery at the same time. When using ThrottleStop, it is strongly recommended to monitor power consumption at the wall with a Kill-a-Watt meter or similar device and make sure that you don't exceed the power capabilities of your power adapter. Use of ThrottleStop to bypass these throttling schemes is at your own risk and can result in permanent damage to your power adapter or computer or both which may not be covered by your warranty.
Infant-seats are easy to use, but don't let your baby spend too much time in one at home or at daycare. Too much time in a car seat can limit a baby's movement and opportunities for stimulation, which are important for developing sensory and motor skills.
Autoclave users have the ability to customize sterilization cycles based on a number of parameters, including sterilization temperature. If the autoclave fails to reach the designated temperature in the time it takes to run the sterilization cycle, it will either abort the cycle or sound an alarm (i.e. low temperature alarm.)
Large liquid loads take an exceptionally long time to heat, which can cause sterilization cycles to abort. Therefore, the best way to sterilize liquids is to space them out in as many small containers as possible. Another way to prevent this common autoclave problem is to use an F0 cycle, which enables the autoclave to count the time that it spends heating up the water toward the total sterilization time.
Rodenticides are pesticides that kill rodents. Rodents include notonly rats and mice, but also squirrels, woodchucks, chipmunks, porcupines,nutria, and beavers. Although rodents play important rolesin nature, they may sometimes require control. They can damagecrops, violate housing codes, transmit disease, and in some casescause ecological damage.1
Cholecalciferol was first registered as a rodenticide in the United States in 1984.4 Cholecalciferol is vitaminD3.13 Vitamin D helps the body maintain calcium balance by enhancing absorption of calcium from the gutand kidneys.13 Toxic doses of cholecalciferol lead to too much calcium in the blood, which can affect the centralnervous system, muscles, the gastrointestinal tract, cardiovascular system, and the kidneys.13 The body'sability to maintain proper calcium levels must be overwhelmed before cholecalciferol becomes toxic. Rodentsmust eat several doses of this rodenticide.4 This causes a time lag between exposure and signs of toxicity.13Although pets have gotten sick from eating cholecalciferol, poisonings of people are very rare.14
Cholecalciferol can be toxic from routine or one-time exposure.13 Signs in animals include weakness, depression,and loss of appetite. Signs progress to include vomiting, increased thirst, more frequent urination, dehydration,and constipation.13 Vomiting, diarrhea, loss of appetite, and depression may develop within 12 to36 hours after exposure and the kidneys may fail within one or two days. Survivors may have permanentdamage to kidneys and muscles. Signs of poisoning may last for weeks because cholecalciferol can be storedin the body and its breakdown products are removed slowly.21 Exposed people experience unusual thirstand increased urination. They may suffer heart and kidney damage if the increase in calcium levels lasts longenough.14