bodily fluid

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In addition, it is said to be more chemically resistant and, therefore, unaffected by bodily fluids or the repeated cleanings and sterilization that the Safety Station undergoes.
Assault with bodily fluids poses a health risk for the employees because of the potential for spreading diseases such as hepatitis or AIDS, Damato said.
It was the first study to look for the presence of bodily fluids outside the home.
We were informed that an independent contractor who provided a music enrichment program to the fifth-grade classes at Courreges Elementary School, in June 2017 gave the students flutes/recorders that were potentially contaminated with bodily fluids," Fountain Valley School District Superintendent Mark Johnson said (https://mynewsla.
Scientists have developed a flexible battery that could run on saline solutions such as bodily fluids such as tears, sweat or even urine.
These bodily fluids formed from decay would often alert other people, as the fluids would seep into the floor and drip down the room below.
They are exposed to blood-borne infections by pathogens, such as HIV, hepatitis B (HBV) and hepatitis C (HCV), from sharps injuries and contact with bodily fluids (Ramos-Gomez et al 1997; Gerbending 1994; Ruben et al 1983).
Vestex garments repel blood and other bodily fluids, and rapidly kill microbes.
There are two other bodily fluids that have not been shown to carry pathogens, these being tears and sweat.
Unlike nylon cords, CleanCord won't soak up bodily fluids or other liquids that can transmit infections to others.
This account of their search is a combination of nature trip, travelogue and madcap excursion filled with Manhattan socialites, rough coots from the bush and anecdotes about the weird Alexis, who needed his daily marijuana fix wherever he went and who collected scat and bodily fluids to use in his drawings of native animals.
Gibson has never been cuddly; he vaguely resembles Matthias, the zombie Torquemada from The Omega Man who hunted Charlton Heston for his precious bodily fluids.
Three black cavities and one filled with a milky medium are located against a speckled blue ground, combining connotations of the celestial sublime with earthy allusions to open graves and bodily fluids.
The kidneys, which handle major bodily processes like removing waste products, drugs and toxins, releasing hormones and balancing bodily fluids, are subject to diabetes and high blood pressure.
If the idea of eating doesn't turn your stomach after watching the steady stream of bodily fluids cascade through this movie's defiled kitchen, then you've either got an iron stomach or have spent a lifetime eating the hot menu at gas station mini-marts.