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to administer or add a drug to

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In summary, it would seem prudent to advice agriculture workers to use personal protective equipments (PPEs) during and after paraquat application in the field, since both potential dermal and inhalation exposure dose were substantially higher than the acceptable operator level for paraquat.
There were no significant gender differences in other major outcome variables, including age, BMI, exposure dose, and severity of disease.
To illustrate the application of exposure dose in a relative exposure metric, a value of n = 1 is used for the remainder of the analysis.
The final clinical outcome (cancer, asthma, pulmonary fibrosis, atherosclerosis, or coronary diseases) seems to be less dependent on the toxic potency of the pollutant or of the exposure dose and more on the individual susceptibility of the host (Cetta 2009a, 2009b).
However, if a manual technique is used and an overexposure is made, then unnecessary exposure dose to the patient will be compensated for by "electronic sight developing.
In situ OCD measurement enables Advanced Process Control (APC) systems utilizing "real time" CD measurement to adjust vital parameters such as scanner exposure dose.
Failure to comply will result in a gross misinterpretation of the actual occupational radiation exposure dose.
In both the animal and human data, as the exposure dose increases the apparent half-life decreases, indicating an inducible elimination of TCDD.
Therefore, the area dose was almost equivalent to the exposure dose.
For example, current focus on UV C and even UV B may be misguided in terms of exposure dose.
3] exposure was estimated as the total exposure dose between 0700 hr until the second blood sample was obtained (mean [O.
Details are visible whatever their size of contrast level, resulting in few retakes and keeping radiation exposure dose down for patients.