body fluid

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Body fluids are important in transporting nutrients as well as waste products, regulating body temperature and assessing respiration process [1].
Similarly, in the cohort of body fluid samples submitted for lipid analysis at our institution, we find approximately 20% of samples do not have a cloudy appearance.
Only 2.63% involved mucosal contact with blood and body fluid exposure, the remaining 97.3% were percutaneous sharp object injuries.
Validation of the body fluid module on the new Sysmex XN-1000 for counting blood cells in cerebrospinal fluid and other body fluids.
Results: Result showed that hardness of MPG was higher than MPP and after conditioning in simulated body fluid at all time periods, hardness of both types of plates was increased.
A perceived benefit of body fluid morphologic examination in the hematology laboratory is earlier reporting of negative results.
In September 2011 an international symposium on the neurobiology of body fluid homeostasis was convened in Sao Paulo, Brazil as an official satellite to the joint meeting across town of the International Society for Autonomic Neuroscience and the American Autonomic Society.
19 August 2013 - A decrease in the content of mitochondrial polymer (mtDNA) in cerebral body fluid (CSF) may be used as a biomarker for detection of Alzheimer's disease at least 10 years before any occurrence of symptoms, according to a research by the Spanish National analysis Council (CSIC) Institute.
INDEX TERMS: body fluids; cerebrospinal; serous; synovial.
This accuracy assures the barrier will prevent atmosphere and body fluid transmission, thus, viral transmission.
The use of "ionized" water will have little impact on body fluid distribution for reasons detailed above.
When body fluid, or even water, enters the battery, the liquid soaks the crystal-infused paper, instigating a chemical reaction that generates free copper, magnesium chloride, and electricity.
Breaking addictions is sometimes as simple as replacing a warm fuzzy vision like milk=love with a more disgusting one like milk=addictive body fluid!
The virus is transmitted (passed between people) in tiny droplets of body fluid coughed or sneezed into the air, or by infected surfaces, such as doorknobs.