antitoxic


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counteracting a toxin or poison

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The purpose of this procurement is to manufacture antitoxic survival suits, antitoxic survival gloves and antitoxic survival suits.
NAC and the chelating agent EDTA, possessing proven antitoxic action in conditions of heavy-metal toxicity [15], were used for comparison.
Bioflavanoids, cinnamic acids, aromatic acids and essential oils contained in propolis define the variety of its biological properties (antioxidant, antiviral, antifungal, antitoxic, pain relieving, regenerating, antitumoral, immunomodulatory, etc.
The antitoxic effect of pyrimidines is based on different mechanisms.
The published findings provide clear evidence that both the oil and its active ingredients, in particular TQ, possess reproducible anti-oxidant effects through enhancing the oxidant scavenger system, which as a consequence lead to antitoxic effects induced by several insults.
In the early days of the war tetanus of a severe type was common amongst the wounded, and the control of this disease by the prompt administration of a prophylactic dose of antitoxic serum to all wounded men will rank as one of the triumphs of preventative medicine in the present war" (Andrews 1917, 831).
It also has stress-protective and antitoxic adaptogenic effects that produces a non-specific increase in the body's defense against exogenous stress factors and noxious chemicals (Brekhman and Dardymov 1969; EMEA/HMPC/102655/2007, 2008; Panossian and Wikman 2010; WHO 2004).