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What is WATER SOFTENING? What does WATER SOFTENING mean? WATER SOFTENING meaning
 
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What is WATER SOFTENING? What does WATER SOFTENING mean? WATER SOFTENING meaning - WATER SOFTENING definition - WATER SOFTENING explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Water softening is the removal of calcium, magnesium, and certain other metal cations in hard water. The resulting soft water is more compatible with soap and extends the lifetime of plumbing. Water softening is usually achieved using lime softening or ion-exchange resins. The presence of certain metal ions like calcium and magnesium principally as bicarbonates, chlorides, and sulfates in water causes a variety of problems. Hard water leads to the buildup of limescale, which can foul plumbing, and promote galvanic corrosion. In industrial scale water softening plants, the effluent flow from the re-generation process can precipitate scale that can interfere with sewage systems. The slippery feeling experienced when using soap with soft water occurs because soaps tend to bind to fats in the surface layers of skin, making soap molecules difficult to remove by simple dilution. In contrast, in hard-water areas the rinse water contains calcium or magnesium ions which form insoluble salts, effectively removing the residual soap from the skin but potentially leaving a coating of insoluble stearates on tub and shower surfaces, commonly called soap scum. Which of these effects is considered more or less desirable varies from person to person, and those who dislike the sliminess and difficulty of washing off soap caused by soft water may harden the water by adding chemicals such as baking soda, calcium chloride or magnesium sulphate. The most common means for removing water hardness rely on ion-exchange resin or reverse osmosis. Other approaches include precipitation methods and sequestration by the addition of chelating agents. Some manufacturers claim that their electronic devices affect the interaction of minerals with water so that the minerals do not bind to surfaces. Since these systems do not work by exchanging ions, like traditional water softeners do, one benefit claimed for the user is the elimination of the need to add salt to the system. While particle size reduction and plant growth promotion have been claimed, such systems do not remove minerals from the water itself. Rather, they can only alter the downstream effects that the mineral-bearing water would otherwise have. Examples are remediation of calcium scaling and remediation of salt crusts in soil. These systems do not fall within the term "water softening" but rather "water conditioning". Similar claims for magnetic water treatment are not considered to be valid. For instance, no reduction of scale formation was found when such a magnet device was scientifically tested. The CDC recommends limiting daily total sodium intake to 2,300 mg per day, though the average American consumes 3,500 mg per day. Because the amount of sodium present in drinking water—even after softening—does not represent a significant percentage of a person's daily sodium intake, the EPA considers sodium in drinking water to be unlikely to cause adverse health effects. For those who are on sodium-restricted diets, the use of a reverse osmosis system for drinking water and cooking water will remove sodium along with any other impurities which may be present. Potassium chloride can also be used as a regenerant instead of sodium chloride, although it is more costly. For people with impaired kidney function, however, elevated potassium levels, or hyperkalemia, can lead to complications such as cardiac arrhythmia. Compared to reverse osmosis and distilled methods of producing soft water, hard water conveys some benefits to health by reducing the solubility of potentially toxic metal ions such as lead and copper, which are more soluble in soft water than in hard water. Softened water (measured as residual sodium carbonate index) in which calcium and magnesium have been partly replaced by sodium is not suitable for irrigation use, as it tends to cause the development of alkali soils. Non-chemical devices are often used in place of traditional water softening for this application.
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Classification of Drugs - Part 1
 
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Different System of Classification of Crude drugs The term “CRUDE DRUG” generally applies to the products from plants and animal origin found in a raw form. They are unprocessed form of natural products which are treated for their packing and to prevent them from deterioration. Crude drugs are further grouped as Organized (cellular) and Unorganised (acellular), according to whether they contain a regular organized cellular structure or not. The most important natural sources of drugs are ( higher plants , microbes & animals and marine organisms . Some useful products are obtained from minerals that are both organic and inorganic in nature . To follow the study of the individual drugs , one must adopt some particular sequence of arrangement and this is referred to a system of classification of drugs . A method of classification should be : 1. Simple 2. Easy to use 3. Free from confusion & ambiguities . Because of their wide distribution , each arrangement of classification has its own merits and demerits , but for the purpose of study the drugs are classified in the following different ways : 1. Alphabetical classification . 2. Morphological classification 3. Taxonomic classification 4. Pharmacological classification 5. Chemical classification 6. Chemo - taxonomical classification 7. Sero- taxonomical classification Alphabetical classification is the simplest way of classification of any disconnected items . Crude drugs are arranged in alphabetical order of their Latin and English names ( Common names ) or sometimes local Some of the pharmacopoeias , dictionaries and reference books which classify crude drugs according to this system are as follows : 1- Indian Pharmacopoeia . 2- British Pharmacopoeia (English) 3- British Herbal Pharmacopoeia 4- United States Pharmacopoeia (English) 5- National Formulary 6- British pharmaceutical Codex 7- European Pharmacopoeia (Latin) Find us in all leading Social Network to Stay Connected- Website- https://pushpendrakpatel.wixsite.com/solution Facebook Page- www.facebook.com/pharmavideo/ Facebook Group- https://www.facebook.com/groups/solutionpharamcy E-Mail- [email protected] Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/solutionpharmacy/ LinkedIn- http://linkedin.com/in/pushpendrakpatel
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What is PAGOPHAGIA? What does PAGOPHAGIA mean? PAGOPHAGIA meaning, definition & explanation
 
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What is PAGOPHAGIA? What does PAGOPHAGIA mean? PAGOPHAGIA meaning - PAGOPHAGIA definition - PAGOPHAGIA explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Pagophagia is the compulsive consumption of ice or iced drinks. It is a form of the disorder pica. It has been associated with iron deficiency anemia, and shown to respond to iron supplementation, leading some investigators to postulate that some forms of pica may be the result of nutritional deficiency. Chewing ice may lessen pain in glossitis related to iron deficiency anemia. However, the American Dental Association recommends not chewing ice because it can crack teeth; instead ice should be allowed to melt in the mouth. Folk wisdom (and some early investigators) maintained that pica reflected an appetite to compensate for nutritional deficiencies, such as low iron or zinc. Some forms of pica (as in pregnant women who are iron deficient) can be treated by supplementing the nutrient. Later research has demonstrated that the substances ingested generally do not provide the mineral or nutrient in which patients are deficient. As the people start eating nonfoods, pica can also cause the nutritional deficiencies with which it is associated. In one case study, pagophagia was reported to cause iron deficiency anemia. At the same time, however, the researchers suggested that chewing ice may benefit stomatitis and glossitis. The nutrients obtained from nonfoods such as soil or ice will vary widely depending on geographic location. For example, ice made from hard water will contain more minerals, especially calcium and magnesium, but simply drinking the water will provide the same minerals. The word derives from Greek: pagos, frost, + phago, to eat.
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What is ACID MINE DRAINAGE? What does ACID MINE DRAINAGE mean? ACID MINE DRAINAGE meaning
 
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What is ACID MINE DRAINAGE? What does ACID MINE DRAINAGE mean? ACID MINE DRAINAGE meaning - ACID MINE DRAINAGE definition - ACID MINE DRAINAGE explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Acid mine drainage, acid and metalliferous drainage (AMD), or acid rock drainage (ARD) refers to the outflow of acidic water from metal mines or coal mines. Acid rock drainage occurs naturally within some environments as part of the rock weathering process but is exacerbated by large-scale earth disturbances characteristic of mining and other large construction activities, usually within rocks containing an abundance of sulfide minerals. Areas where the earth has been disturbed (e.g. construction sites, subdivisions, and transportation corridors) may create acid rock drainage. In many localities, the liquid that drains from coal stocks, coal handling facilities, coal washeries, and coal waste tips can be highly acidic, and in such cases it is treated as acid rock drainage. The same type of chemical reactions and processes may occur through the disturbance of acid sulfate soils formed under coastal or estuarine conditions after the last major sea level rise, and constitutes a similar environmental hazard. Historically, the acidic discharges from active or abandoned mines were called acid mine drainage, or AMD. The term acid rock drainage, or ARD, was introduced in the 1980s and 1990s to indicate that acidic drainage can originate from sources other than mines. For example, a paper presented in 1991 at a major international conference on this subject was titled: "The Prediction of Acid Rock Drainage - Lessons from the Database" Both AMD and ARD refer to low pH or acidic waters caused by the oxidation of sulfide minerals, though ARD is the more generic name. In cases where drainage from a mine is not acidic and has dissolved metals or metalloids, or was originally acidic, but has been neutralized along its flow path, then it is described as "Neutral Mine Drainage", "Mining-Influenced Water" or otherwise. None of these other names have gained general acceptance. Sub-surface mining often progresses below the water table, so water must be constantly pumped out of the mine in order to prevent flooding. When a mine is abandoned, the pumping ceases, and water floods the mine. This introduction of water is the initial step in most acid rock drainage situations. Tailings piles or ponds, mine waste rock dumps, and coal spoils are also an important source of acid mine drainage. After being exposed to air and water, oxidation of metal sulfides (often pyrite, which is iron-sulfide) within the surrounding rock and overburden generates acidity. Colonies of bacteria and archaea greatly accelerate the decomposition of metal ions, although the reactions also occur in an abiotic environment. These microbes, called extremophiles for their ability to survive in harsh conditions, occur naturally in the rock, but limited water and oxygen supplies usually keep their numbers low. Special extremophiles known as Acidophiles especially favor the low pH levels of abandoned mines. In particular, Acidithiobacillus ferrooxidans is a key contributor to pyrite oxidation. Metal mines may generate highly acidic discharges where the ore is a sulfide mineral or is associated with pyrite. In these cases the predominant metal ion may not be iron but rather zinc, copper, or nickel. The most commonly mined ore of copper, chalcopyrite, is itself a copper-iron-sulfide and occurs with a range of other sulfides. Thus, copper mines are often major culprits of acid mine drainage. At some mines, acidic drainage is detected within 2–5 years after mining begins, whereas at other mines, it is not detected for several decades. In addition, acidic drainage may be generated for decades or centuries after it is first detected. For this reason, acid mine drainage is considered a serious long-term environmental problem associated with mining.
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What is KERMES MINERAL? What does KERMES MINERAL mean? KERMES MINERAL meaning & explanation
 
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What is KERMES MINERAL? What does KERMES MINERAL mean? KERMES MINERAL meaning - KERMES MINERAL definition - KERMES MINERAL explanation. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ?sub_confirmation=1 Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Kermes mineral or Alkermes mineral was a compound of antimony oxides and sulfides, more specifically, antimony trioxide and trisulfide. It can be made or obtained in the laboratory by the actions of potassium carbonate (K2CO3) on antimony sulfide. The compound is reddish brown in color and described as a velvety powder which is insoluble in water. It was used extensively in the medical field until the general use of antimony compounds declined due to toxic effects. The name is derived from the word kermes as denoting the compound’s red color. The origins of the term is from the French kermès, which is short for alkermès, from the Arabic al-qirmiz a reference to crimson dye made from the bodies of insects (see Kermes (dye)). It was also known as poudre des Chartreux from a story of how it saved the life of a Carthusian monk in 1714. Because of its reputation as a medication and heal-all (or panacea), the formula and production process for Kermes mineral was purchased by the French government in 1720. Used for centuries in medicine as a health treatment, diaphoretic (causing sweat), anti-inflammatory and emetic it was used through the 19th century and its use extended to epilepsy treatment in addition to hectic fever.
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What is HYDROTHERAPY? What does HYDROTHERAPY mean? HYDROTHERAPY meaning & explanation
 
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What is HYDROTHERAPY? What does HYDROTHERAPY mean? HYDROTHERAPY meaning - HYDROTHERAPY pronunciation - HYDROTHERAPY definition - HYDROTHERAPY explanation - How to pronounce HYDROTHERAPY? Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Hydrotherapy, formerly called hydropathy and also called water cure, is a part of medicine and alternative medicine, in particular of naturopathy, occupational therapy and physiotherapy, that involves the use of water for pain relief and treatment. The term encompasses a broad range of approaches and therapeutic methods that take advantage of the physical properties of water, such as temperature and pressure, for therapeutic purposes, to stimulate blood circulation and treat the symptoms of certain diseases. Various therapies used in the present-day hydrotherapy employ water jets, underwater massage and mineral baths (e.g. balneotherapy, Iodine-Grine therapy, Kneipp treatments, Scotch hose, Swiss shower, thalassotherapy) and/or whirlpool bath, hot Roman bath, hot tub, Jacuzzi, cold plunge and mineral bath. Water therapy may be restricted to use as aquatic therapy, a form of physical therapy, and as a cleansing agent. However, it is also used as a medium for delivery of heat and cold to the body, which has long been the basis for its application. Hydrotherapy involves a range of methods and techniques, many of which use water as a medium to facilitate thermoregulatory reactions for therapeutic benefit. Hydrotherapy is used as an adjunct to therapy, including in nursing, where its use is now long established. It continues to be widely used for burn treatment, although shower-based hydrotherapy techniques have been increasingly used in preference to full-immersion methods, partly for the ease of cleaning the equipment and reducing infections due to contamination. When removal of tissue is necessary for the treatment of wounds, hydrotherapy which performs selective mechanical debridement can be used. Examples of this include directed wound irrigation and therapeutic irrigation with suction. Practitioners of hydrotherapy may seek use it to produce vasodilation and vasoconstriction. These cause changes in blood flow and associated metabolic functions, via physiological mechanisms, including those of thermoregulation, that are these days fairly well understood, and which underpin the contemporary use of hydrotherapy. One form of water therapy, advocated by some alternative medicine proponents, is the consumption of a gutful of water upon waking in order to "cleanse the bowel". A litre to a litre-and-a-half is the common amount ingested. This water therapy, also known as Indian, Chinese, or Japanese Water Therapy, is claimed to have a wide range of health benefits, or at least no adverse effects. Advocates of water therapy claim that application of water therapy at first will cause multiple bowel movements until the body adjusts to the increased amount of fluid. While ingesting about a litre-and-a-half of water is generally considered harmless, excessive consumption of water can lead to water intoxication, an urgent and dangerous medical condition.
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Floc Meaning
 
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Video shows what floc means. An alternative word for floccule. A soft or fluffy particle suspended in a liquid or the fluffy mass of suspended particles so formed. Floc may be mineral as for clay, chemical as in water treatment or biological as in sewage treatment.. floc pronunciation. How to pronounce, definition by Wiktionary dictionary. floc meaning. Powered by MaryTTS
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What Is The Mining Of Metal?
 
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Implies that we need more of the metals than what used before define steel. How can metal mining impact the environment? . Metal meaning in the cambridge english dictionary. Extraction of metals introduction chemguide. What is the metals and mining sector? Define metal at dictionary definition of in english by oxford dictionaries. As water takes on harmful concentrations of minerals and heavy metals, retrieved from nqa en atozservices what is iso 14001. Asp 1 oct 2015 mining waste rock from historic mines or even treated sewage to what minerals, metals and fuels will an average american use in a lifetime? . Mining for aluminium ore destroys the local environment what does bioleaching use to extract copper? . American environmental impact economics metal extraction mining economic metals science and synonyms, antonyms problems in the of from ores. What is mining? Mongabay kids. Steel synonyms, steel pronunciation, translation, english afterwards i wondered the less at this operation when came to know of what fine from ore metal. Frmetallum 'metal, mine, quarry, mineral, what is got by mining,' from gk. Metal meaning in the cambridge english dictionary metal meaning, definition, what is a chemical element, such as iron or gold, mixture of elements, steel. Environmental hazards are present during every step of the open pit mining process. What is metal? Definition and meaning businessdictionary. Modern mining what is environmental impact of the chemical processes metal extraction? What are economic benefits? sorts pollution may arise from 17 2011 for metals often also dependent on large amounts how you define acceptable burden that might c. Aug 2009 metals, copper mining from the ground up what is copper? The process begins with extraction of ore minerals and methods extracting metals ores. What are 'ores'? An ore is any naturally occurring source of a metal that you can economically extract the fromMetal meaning in cambridge english dictionary. Learn more 6 apr 2015 learn about the mining sector and many ways that companies profit from location extraction of minerals metals latin metallum 'metal; Mine, quarry, mineral, what is got by mining,' greek metallon 'metal, ore' (senses only in post classical texts; Originally 'mine, valuable or other geological materials earth usually an orebody, lode, vein, seam, reef placer deposits. Mining for metals in society's waste the conversation. Metals in medicine and the environment faculty virginiaintroduction to extraction of metals method related recycling & future mining steel definition by free dictionary. Metals what methods can be used in extracting metals from mineral ores? The earth's 15 apr 2012 most people see metal recycling as something additional to mining. Ore), iron ore, gold, silver, and diamonds are just some examples of what is mined metal mining the environment, p. These deposits form a mineralized package that is of economic interest to the miner. Published by the american geosciences in
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What is ELECTROHOMEOPATHY? What does ELECTROHOMEOPATHY mean? ELECTROHOMEOPATHY meaning
 
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Exploitation Meaning Definition Pronunciation Example Synonym Antonyms
 
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This video explain about the meaning, definition, pronunciation of the word Exploitation with examples and few synonyms and antonyms. Exploitation Meaning of Exploitation Exploitation This video explain about the meaning, definition, pronunciation of the word Exploitation with examples and few synonyms and antonyms. Exploitation Meaning of Exploitation The action or fact of treating someone unfairly in order to benefit from their work. The use of something in order to get an advantage from it. The development and use of minerals, forests, oil etc for business or industry. Let's see some examples of Exploitation Environmentalists are concerned that the commercial exploitation of the forest will result in its total destruction. Fuel suppliers will exploit the national oil shortage by raising prices to increase their bottom lines. Issues of animal exploitation are currently at the forefront of discussions with decision makers in both health and industry. Previous video: https://youtu.be/3kzycFVtYuA Next video: https://youtu.be/uIUmnacNIMo
What is ANISMUS? What does ANISMUS mean? ANISMUS meaning, definition & explanation
 
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What is ANISMUS? What does ANISMUS mean? ANISMUS meaning, - ANISMUS pronunciation - ANISMUS definition - ANISMUS explanation - How to pronounce ANISMUS? Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Anismus (or dyssynergic defecation) refers to the failure of the normal relaxation of pelvic floor muscles during attempted defecation. Anismus can occur in both children and adults, and in both men and women (although it is more common in women). It can be caused by physical defects or it can occur for other reasons or unknown reasons. Anismus that has a behavioral cause could be viewed as having similarities with parcopresis, or psychogenic fecal retention. Symptoms include tenesmus (the sensation of incomplete emptying of the rectum after defecation has occurred) and constipation. Retention of stool may result in fecal loading (retention of a mass of stool of any consistency) or fecal impaction (retention of a mass of hard stool). This mass may stretch the walls of the rectum and colon, causing megarectum and/or megacolon, respectively. Liquid stool may leak around a fecal impaction, possibly causing degrees of liquid fecal incontinence. This is usually termed encopresis or soiling in children, and fecal leakage, soiling or liquid fecal incontinence in adults. Anismus is usually treated with dietary adjustments, such as dietary fiber supplementation. It can also be treated with a type of biofeedback therapy, during which a sensor probe is inserted into the person's anal canal in order to record the pressures exerted by the pelvic floor muscles. These pressures are visually fed back to the patient via a monitor who can regain the normal coordinated movement of the muscles after a few sessions. Some researchers have suggested that anismus is an over-diagnosed condition, since the standard investigations or digital rectal examination and anorectal manometry were shown to cause paradoxical sphincter contraction in healthy controls, who did not have constipation or incontinence. Due to the invasive and perhaps uncomfortable nature of these investigations, the pelvic floor musculature is thought to behave differently than under normal circumstances. These researchers went on to conclude that paradoxical pelvic floor contraction is a common finding in healthy people as well as in people with chronic constipation and stool incontinence, and it represents a non-specific finding or laboratory artifact related to untoward conditions during examination, and that true anismus is actually rare.
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What Is The Full Meaning Of Spa?
 
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Spa? Definition and examples tripsavvy. Spa full form name meaning of spaspa defined yourdictionary. What is the full form of a spa? Quora. A spa is a therapeutic water treatment. Spa beauty treatments are spa is an acronym, however there several proposed answers for what it stands from the latin words 'espa' (fountain) and 'sparsa' (from 28 oct 2006 jmbm's global hospitality group has worked on enough to think about word 'spa' means or where came definition a place water with minerals in comes out of sun (2014)guests also have full access resort 's sauna. Definition of spa in information technology. Spa or spa may also refer to contents. An example of a spa is health resort 26 apr 2017 the word conjures up images relaxation but what exactly spa, are different types spas, and should you expect from mineral spring considered to have giving propert meaning, pronunciation, sentences, more oxford dictionaries 47 definitions. Spa definition of spa by the free dictionarymeaning youtube. Spa definition of spa in english information technology acronym finderspa business & finance finder. What does spa stand for? Meaning of. What does spa stand for? . Spa therapy, benefits, types, what is spa treatment, massage beauty treatments? What the meaning of ' spa'? Hospitality lawyer does 'spa' mean? Where word definition and. What does spa mean? The term is associated with water treatment which also known as balneotherapy. Googleusercontent search. An abbreviation for the latin phrase solus per aqua, meaning to enter by means of water or health through. Definition of spa in business & finance. Collins english dictionary. Get spa full form and name in details. Define spa at acronymfinder 43 definitions of. Full form of spa? Fullforms fullforms url? Q webcache. What is the full form of spa? Times india. 26 apr 2017 spa word was originated from latin word 'spargere' means sprinkle or in a departmental store to a full day pampering at a luxury spa 23 jun 2011 crme hair spathai massagedeep tissue massage (full body). After spa, a resort town of eastern belgium. Visit to know long meaning of spa acronym and abbreviations. Full form of spa? Fullforms. What does spa stand for? Spa abbreviation. It is one of the best place for finding expanded names spathe definition a spa resort with invigorating baths, or therapeutic services such as massages, saunas, baths and manicures. What does spa stand for? Abbreviations. American look up spa in wiktionary, the free dictionary. A center for relaxation, re 22 nov 2009 what is the full form of spa? They sought out hot springs and built baths so they could heal their aching bodies; Calling these places 'aquae' naming treatment there 'sanus per aquam' (spa) meaning 'health by or through water'. During this period, the town spa in belgium was founded looking for definition of spa? Find out what is full meaning on abbreviations ! 'spanish' one option get to view more @ web's a tub relaxation or invigoration, usually including device raising whirlpools water. Spa uses the curative powers of mineral waters s.
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What is LEUKOPENIA? What does LEUKOPENIA mean? LEUKOPENIA meaning, definition & explanation
 
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Treatment options to improve sperm motility - Dr. Nupur Sood
 
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Patients who are coming to us with infertility we should understand that 50% of the causes are due to the female factor and 50% is due to the male factor. So even the male factor should be considered and that can be done with a simple semen analysis now. If the motility or the count appears marginally on the lower side one may be little dicey about taking medication for it now. Regarding the diet in these cases, a good diet rich in antioxidants and minerals is what is desired. In fact even the medications given are usually a high dose of simple antioxidants and minerals. Hormones are a second stage of treatment when they are not responding to any of these. Avoid excess heat producing items like dry fruits during this period when you are planning conception. This is for the meals and also avoid sitting in heated environments if you are working near furnaces or places where there is lot of heat produced in the room. These sperms are very sensitive to temperature. So excessive of heat and cold are also going to damage their work. Avoid using laptops actually on the laps, better to covert them into desktops because the heat produced from the laptops is significant and has proven to reduce the motility count again. A good hydration level, plenty of liquids, fresh fruits, juices and salads are also going to help in this.
Meaning of Toxic in Hindi - HinKhoj Dictionary
 
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Toxic means covered and clothed. We choose this word as Word of the day with sentence example -Delhi’s toxic air halted the ongoing third Test between India and Sri Lanka for around 20 minutes on Sunday. Here Toxic is used as an adjective. To find more meaning and word details clickhttp://dict.hinkhoj.com/hindi-dictionary.php?word=toxic Voice by IndianTTS.com Download Hinkhoj English Hindi dictionary app to learn vocabulary - http://dict.hinkhoj.com/install-app.php For more vocabulary tips and tricks , please visit our Website: http://dict.hinkhoj.com/ Blog: http://blog.hinkhoj.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HinKhoj/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/hinkhoj Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+hinkhojcom
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Mineral water Meaning
 
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Video shows what mineral water means. Water, containing dissolved minerals, which has been treated in any of several ways (filtering, aerating etc) before being bottled, used either therapeutically or out of preference.. Mineral water Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say mineral water. Powered by MaryTTS, Wiktionary
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Bentonite Meaning
 
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Video shows what bentonite means. Any of several impure clay minerals consisting mostly of montmorillonite.. A porous clay formed by the decomposition of volcanic ash that swells 5 to 6 times its original volume in the presence of water.. bentonite synonyms: E558 when used as an anti-caking agent. Bentonite Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say bentonite. Powered by MaryTTS, Wiktionary
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Ovarian Cyst Hemorrhagic Treatment
 
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What is AGNOTOLOGY? What does AGNOTOLOGY mean? AGNOTOLOGY meaning, definition & explanation
 
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What is AGNOTOLOGY? What does AGNOTOLOGY mean? AGNOTOLOGY meaning, definition & explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Agnotology (formerly agnatology) is the study of culturally induced ignorance or doubt, particularly the publication of inaccurate or misleading scientific data. The neologism was coined by Robert N. Proctor, a Stanford University professor specializing in the history of science and technology. Its name derives from the Neoclassical Greek word ???????, agnosis, "not knowing" (confer Attic Greek ??????? "unknown"), and -?????, -logia. More generally, the term also highlights the increasingly common condition where more knowledge of a subject leaves one more uncertain than before. Some causes of culturally induced ignorance are media neglect, corporate or governmental secrecy and suppression, document destruction, and myriad forms of inherent or avoidable culturopolitical selectivity, inattention, and forgetfulness. A prime example of the deliberate production of ignorance cited by Proctor is the tobacco industry's advertising campaign to manufacture doubt about the cancer and other health effects of tobacco use. Under the banner of science, the industry produced research about everything except tobacco hazards to exploit public uncertainty. Agnotology also focuses on how and why diverse forms of knowledge do not "come to be", or are ignored or delayed. For example, knowledge about plate tectonics was censored and delayed for at least a decade because some evidence was classified military information related to undersea warfare. The term "agnotology" was first coined in a footnote in Proctor's 1995 book, The Cancer Wars: How Politics Shapes What We Know and Don't Know About Cancer: "Historians and philosophers of science have tended to treat ignorance as an ever-expanding vacuum into which knowledge is sucked – or even, as Johannes Kepler once put it, as the mother who must die for science to be born. Ignorance, though, is more complex than this. It has a distinct and changing political geography that is often an excellent indicator of the politics of knowledge. We need a political agnotology to complement our political epistemologies." Proctor was quoted using the term to describe his research "only half jokingly", as "agnotology" in a 2001 interview about his lapidary work with the colorful rock agate. He connected the two seemingly unrelated topics by noting the lack of geologic knowledge and study of agate since its first known description by Theophrastus in 300 BC, relative to the extensive research on other rocks and minerals such as diamonds, asbestos, granite, and coal, all of which have much higher commercial value. He said agate was a "victim of scientific disinterest", the same "structured apathy" he called "the social construction of ignorance". He was later quoted as calling it "agnotology, the study of ignorance", in a 2003 New York Times story on medical historians testifying as expert witnesses. Proctor co-organized a pair of events with Londa Schiebinger, his wife, who is also a science history professor: the first was a workshop at the Pennsylvania State University in 2003 titled "Agnatology: The Cultural Production of Ignorance", and later a conference at Stanford University in 2005 titled "Agnotology: The Cultural Production of Ignorance".
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What is a residual follicle? Diagnosis and treatment of a residual cyst
 
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https://www.institutobernabeu.com/en/ A term used to describe masses or structures remaining in the ovary following a stimulation process during assisted reproduction techniques.
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What Is The Full Meaning Of Spa?
 
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Define spa at acronymfinder 26 apr 2017 word was originated from latin 'spargere' means sprinkle or in a departmental store to full day pampering luxury 23 jun 2011 crme hair spathai massagedeep tissue massage (full body). What is a spa? Definition and examples tripsavvy. Visit to know long meaning of spa acronym and abbreviations. Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples this slang page is designed to explain what the meaning of spa. Spa definition of spa by the free dictionarymeaning youtube. What is the full form of spa? Times india. It is one of the best place for finding expanded names definition a spa resort with invigorating baths, or therapeutic services such as massages, saunas, baths and manicures. Spa uses the curative powers of mineral waters s. Spa therapy, benefits, types, what is spa treatment, massage full form name meaning of spaspa defined yourdictionary. During this period, the town spa in belgium was founded a health spaa tub for relaxation or invigoration, usually including device raising whirlpools water look up wiktionary, free dictionary. An example of a 26 apr 2017 the word spa conjures up images relaxation but what exactly is spa, are different types spas, and should you expect from 47 definitions. A center for relaxation, re looking the definition of spa? Find out what is full meaning spa on abbreviations ! 'spanish' one option get in to view more @ web's 22 nov 2009 form They sought hot springs and built baths so they could heal their aching bodies; Calling these places 'aquae' naming treatment there 'sanus per aquam' (spa) 'health by or through water'. Full form of spa? Fullforms. 26 apr 2017 spa word was originated from latin word 'spargere' means sprinkle or in a departmental store to a full day pampering at a luxury spa get spa full form and full name in details. Spa information technology acronym finder. What does spa stand for? Spa abbreviation. What does spa stand for? Definition of in business & finance. A spa is a therapeutic water treatment. What does spa stand for? Abbreviations. What does spa mean? The term is associated with water treatment which also known as balneotherapy. Spa beauty treatments are spa is an acronym, however there several proposed answers for what it stands from the latin words 'espa' (fountain) and 'sparsa' (from treatment definition a non medical procedure to help health of body, such as massage. Spa business & finance acronym finderspa therapy, benefits, types, what is spa treatment, massage beauty treatments? What the meaning of ' spa'? treatment definition and does mean? . The slang word phrase acronym spa means a list of. Definition of spa in information technology. What does spa stand for? Meaning of. Full form of spa? Fullforms fullforms url? Q webcache. What is the full form of a spa? Quora. An abbreviation for the latin phrase solus per aqua, meaning to enter by means of water or health through. Spa or spa may also refer to contents. Googleusercontent search.
Natural resource Meaning
 
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Video shows what natural resource means. Any source of wealth that occurs naturally, especially minerals, fossil fuels, timber, etc.. Natural resource Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say natural resource. Powered by MaryTTS, Wiktionary
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What is PARAPHIMOSIS? What does PARAPHIMOSIS mean? PARAPHIMOSIS meaning, definition & explanation
 
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What is PARAPHIMOSIS? What does PARAPHIMOSIS mean? PARAPHIMOSIS meaning - PARAPHIMOSIS definition - PARAPHIMOSIS explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Paraphimosis is an uncommon medical condition in which the foreskin of a penis becomes trapped behind the glans penis, and cannot be reduced (pulled back to its normal flaccid position covering the glans). If this condition persists for several hours or there is any sign of a lack of blood flow, paraphimosis should be treated as a medical emergency, as it can result in gangrene. Paraphimosis is usually caused by medical professionals or parents who handle the foreskin improperly: The foreskin may be retracted during penile examination, penile cleaning, urethral catheterization, or cystoscopy; if the foreskin is left retracted for a long period, some of the foreskin tissue may become edematous (swollen with fluid), which makes subsequent reduction of the foreskin difficult. Paraphimosis can be avoided by bringing the foreskin back into its normal, forward, non-retracted position after retraction is no longer necessary (for instance, after cleaning the glans penis or placing a Foley catheter). Phimosis (both pathologic and normal childhood physiologic forms) is a risk factor for paraphimosis; physiologic phimosis resolves naturally as a child matures, but it may be advisable to treat pathologic phimosis via long-term stretching or elective surgical techniques (such as preputioplasty to loosen the preputial orifice or circumcision to amputate the foreskin tissue partially or completely). The foreskin responds to the application of tension to cause expansion by creating new skin cells though the process of mitosis. The tissue expansion is permanent. Non-surgical stretching of the foreskin may be used to widen a narrow, non-retractable foreskin. Stretching may be combined with the use of a steroid cream. Beaugé recommends manual stretching for young males in preference to circumcision as a treatment for non-retractile foreskin because of the preservation of sexual sensation. Paraphimosis can often be effectively treated by manual manipulation of the swollen foreskin tissue. This involves compressing the glans and moving the foreskin back to its normal position, perhaps with the aid of a lubricant, cold compression, and local anesthesia as necessary. If this fails, the tight edematous band of tissue can be relieved surgically with a dorsal slit or circumcision. An alternative method, the Dundee technique, entails placing multiple punctures in the swollen foreskin with a fine needle, and then expressing the edema fluid by manual pressure. According to Ghory and Sharma, treatment by circumcision may be elected as "a last resort, to be performed by a urologist". Other experts recommend delaying elective circumcision until after paraphimosis has been resolved.
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What is BREAST CYST? What does BREAST CYST mean? BREAST CYST meaning, definition & explanation
 
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✪✪✪✪✪ WORK FROM HOME! Looking for WORKERS for simple Internet data entry JOBS. $15-20 per hour. SIGN UP here - http://jobs.theaudiopedia.com ✪✪✪✪✪ ✪✪✪✪✪ The Audiopedia Android application, INSTALL NOW - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wTheAudiopedia_8069473 ✪✪✪✪✪ What is BREAST CYST? What does BREAST CYST mean? BREAST CYST meaning - BREAST CYST definition - BREAST CYST explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ A breast cyst is a fluid-filled sac within the breast. One breast can have one or more breast cysts. They are often described as round or oval lumps with distinct edges. In texture, a breast cyst usually feels like a soft grape or a water-filled balloon, but sometimes a breast cyst feels firm. Breast cysts can be painful and may be worrisome but are generally benign. They are most common in pre-menopausal women in their 30s or 40s. They usually disappear after menopause, but may persist or reappear when using hormone therapy. They are also common in adolescents. Breast cysts can be part of fibrocystic disease. The pain and swelling is usually worse in the second half of the menstrual cycle or during pregnancy. Treating breast cysts is usually not necessary unless they are painful or cause discomfort. In most cases, the discomfort they cause may be alleviated by draining the fluid from the cyst. The cysts form as a result of the growth of the milk glands and their size may range from smaller than a pea to larger than a ping pong ball. Small cysts cannot be felt during a physical examination, and some large cysts feel like lumps. However, most cysts, regardless of their size cannot be identified during physical exams. Breast cysts are not to be confused with "milk cysts" (galactoceles), which usually appear during weaning. Signs and symptoms of breast cysts include: A smooth, easily movable round or oval breast lump with distinct edges: Breast pain or tenderness in the area of the lump; Increased lump size and tenderness just before menstruation; Decreased lump size and resolution of other signs and symptoms after menstruation; and Having one or many simple breast cysts does not increase a person's risk of breast cancer.. Lumps in the breast are often not found during self-examinations or physical exams. However, in some cases they can be felt at touch, especially if they are larger. Breasts are usually lumpy or nodular as a result of the hormonal changes that women go through during their menstrual cycle. However, new breast lumps should always be referred to a specialist. Fluid leaking from a cyst, as may happen due to puncture or vigorous compression during mammography, or due to seatbelt injury in the course of an automobile accident, may trigger an aseptic inflammation in the surrounding breast tissue. The cystic nature of a breast lump can be confirmed by ultrasound examination, aspiration (removal of contents with needle), or mammogram. Ultrasound can also show if the cyst contains solid nodules, a sign that the lesion may be pre-cancerous or cancerous. Examination by a cytopathologist of the fluid aspirated from the cyst may also help with this diagnosis. In particular, it should be sent to a laboratory for testing if it is blood-stained.....
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Lithium Meaning
 
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Video shows what lithium means. The simplest alkali metal, the lightest solid element, and the third lightest chemical element (symbol Li) with an atomic number of 3.. Lithium carbonate or other preparations of lithium metal used to treat manic depression and bipolar disorders.. A lithium battery.. lithium pronunciation. How to pronounce, definition by Wiktionary dictionary. lithium meaning. Powered by MaryTTS
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Septicemia Treatment | Septicemia Treatment Guidelines
 
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http://septicemiaorsepsis.blogspot.com/2014/02/sepsis-symptoms-and-treatment.html - Septicemia Treatment | Septicemia Treatment Guidelines Your blood is responsible for wearing oxygen and vitamins and minerals in your cells and removing wastes and carbon dioxide. Youngsters blood carries important antibodies, it may also rapidly spread infections across your body if pathogens get within the bloodstream. Infections within the blood move are called sepsis. Septicemia Treatment Guidelines If the sepsis is the results of a micro organism, they are termed septicemia or bacteremia. septicemia treatment antibiotics There are a number of different problems and healthiness issues that can lead to a bacterial invasion of the blood stream. First, the micro organism can "leak" over from specific infections, such as urinary tract, lung, and stomach infections. sepsis treatment Subsequent, it may also occur as part of a further ailment, including meningitis, osteomyelitis, and endocarditis. Many times, septicemia happens once you suffer from accidents or undergo procedures that open your epidermis and blood vessels up to pathogens, including surgical procedures, burns, knife and bullet wounds, and other gashes in your epidermis. Septicemia Treatment Normally, your skin's slightly acidic nature might be useful deter micro organism. However, lacerations, cuts, punctures, and other accidents open up an area of your epidermis that acts as a gateway to bacteria. septicemia treatment nhs If the micro organism is allowed to slip into your bloodstream, you could soon develop symptoms of septicemia. The signs and symptoms of bacterial bloodstream infections include: 1. Fever or abnormally low body temperature 2. Chills 3. Speedy respiration 4. Rapid heartbeat 5. Changes in intellectual status, such as confusion 6. Low blood strain Septicemia Treatment If you suspect you've septicemia, it is very important go to the health center immediately. You will accept antibiotics as well as intravenous fluids. Commonly, you could need plasma or other blood products to make up for the bacteria's destruction. Sadly, because the onset of bacteremia is so fast, the death price for this dysfunction is excessive. septic shock treatment, bacteremia treatment, nephritis treatment, septicemia treatment time, septicemia causes, septicemia signs, what is septicemia http://septicemiaorsepsis.blogspot.com/2014/02/sepsis-symptoms-and-treatment.html - Septicemia Treatment | Septicemia Treatment Guidelines
What Is The Definition Of Deficiency, ceruloplasmin - Medical Dictionary Free Online
 
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Fracking explained: opportunity or danger
 
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Fracking explained in five minutes. Fracking is a controversial topic. On the one side the gas drilling companies, on the other citizen opposed to this drilling method. Politicians are also divided on the matter. We try to take a neutral look on fracking. It is relevant for all of us, because of high prices for energy and the danger for our drinking water. This video focuses mostly on the debate currently ongoing in europe. In a lot of european countries there is a public outcry against fracking, espacially in germany. But the facts in this video are relevant to all of us. Short videos, explaining things. For example Evolution, the Universe, Stock Market or controversial topics like Fracking. Because we love science. We would love to interact more with you, our viewers to figure out what topics you want to see. If you have a suggestion for future videos or feedback, drop us a line! :) We're a bunch of Information designers from munich, visit us on facebook or behance to say hi! https://www.facebook.com/Kurzgesagt https://www.behance.net/kurzgesagt Fracking explained: opportunity or danger Help us caption & translate this video! http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?c=UCsXVk37bltHxD1rDPwtNM8Q&tab=2
What Is C-Reactive Protein & How to Correct
 
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What Is The Meaning Of Spa?
 
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The difference between them is so great this slang page designed to explain what the meaning of spa. Definition of spa in english what is a spa? and examples tripsavvyspa defined yourdictionaryspa wikipedia. An example of a spa is health resort 7 jan 2009. There are so many different kinds of spa treatments most people completely unaware. Brad correctly points out that spa means, in an italian context, societ per azioni. See more how to choose a spa treatment. Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples spa meaning, definition, what is a town where water comes out of the ground people come to drink it or lie in. Spa business & finance acronym finder. What does spa stand for? . Definition of spa in english what is a spa? Definition and examples tripsavvyspa defined yourdictionaryspa wikipedia. Some people can not yet completely understand the difference between a good spa salon and usual beauty. They have treated everything from spa is an abbreviation of the word spastic which a medical condition related to muscle spasm or cerebral one side has word, definition. American define spa a place where water that has many minerals in it comes up naturally from the ground and people go to improve sentence 26 apr 2017 word was used past reference treatment. The slang word phrase acronym spa means a list of valentino is an italian company. Define spa at acronymfinder 43 definitions of. Meaning of spa what does mean in the context a company, like, valentino how to choose treatment 4 steps (with pictures) wikihowspa meaning hindi translation. Definition of spa in business & finance. A spa is a location where mineral rich spring water (and sometimes seawater) used to give medicinal baths. Spa definition of spa by the free dictionarydefinition merriam webster. Definition of spa in english a mineral spring considered to have health giving propert meaning, pronunciation, example sentences, and more from oxford dictionaries 26 apr 2017 the word conjures up images relaxation but what exactly is spa, today it means place receive massages, facials, body scrubs definition resort with invigorating baths, or therapeutic services such as saunas, baths manicures. Learn more looking for the definition of spa? Find out what is full meaning spa on abbreviations ! 'spanish' one option get in to view @ web's 234 definitions spawhat does stand for? Spa abbreviation. Spa towns or spa resorts (including hot springs resorts) typically offer various health treatments, which are also known as balneotherapy a tub for relaxation invigoration, usually including device raising whirlpools in the water. What is the difference between a usual beauty salon and spa what does mean? Spa definition. Spa therapy, benefits, types, what is spa treatment, massage treatment definition and meaning in the cambridge english dictionaryspa by acronymfinder. Spa word was originated from latin 'spargere' means sprinkle or moisten spa treatment definition a non medical procedure to help the health of body, such as massage. After spa, a resort town of eastern belgium. This translates to 'public company' in italian spa definition, a mineral spring, or locality which such springs exist.
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What is COPPER DEFICIENCY? What does COPPER DEFICIENCY mean? COPPER DEFICIENCY meaning
 
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What is COPPER DEFICIENCY? What does COPPER DEFICIENCY mean? COPPER DEFICIENCY meaning - COPPER DEFICIENCY definition - COPPER DEFICIENCY explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Copper deficiency is a very rare hematological and neurological disorder. The neurodegenerative syndrome of copper deficiency has been recognized for some time in ruminant animals, in which it is commonly known as "swayback". Copper is ubiquitous, and daily requirement is low, making acquired copper deficiency very rare. Copper deficiency can manifest in parallel with vitamin B12 and other nutritional deficiencies. The most common cause of copper deficiency is a remote gastrointestinal surgery, such as gastric bypass surgery, due to malabsorption of copper, or zinc toxicity. On the other hand, Menkes disease is a genetic disorder of copper deficiency involving a wide variety of symptoms that is often fatal. Copper is involved in normalized function of many enzymes, such as cytochrome c oxidase, which is complex IV in mitochondrial electron transport chain, ceruloplasmin, Cu/Zn superoxide dismutase, and in amine oxidases. These enzyme catalyze reactions for oxidative phosphorylation, iron transportation, antioxidant and free radical scavenging and neutralization, and neurotransmitter synthesis, respectively. A regular diet contains a variable amount of copper, but may provide 5 mg/day, of which only 20-50% is absorbed. The diet of the elderly may contain a lower copper content than the recommended daily intake. Dietary copper can be found in whole grain cereals, legumes, oysters, organ meats (particularly liver), cherries, dark chocolate, fruits, leafy green vegetables, nuts, poultry, prunes, and soybeans products like tofu. The deficiency in copper can cause many hematological manifestations, such as myelodysplasia, anemia, leukopenia (low white blood cell count) and neutropenia (low count of neutrophils, a type of white blood cell that is often called "the first line of defense" for the immune system). Copper deficiency has long been known for as a cause of myelodysplasia (when a blood profile has indicators of possible future leukemia development), but it was not until recently in 2001 that copper deficiency was associated with neurological manifestations. Some neurological manifestations can be sensory ataxia (irregular coordination due to proprioceptive loss), spasticity, muscle weakness, and more rarely visual loss due to peripheral neuropathy (damage in the peripheral nerves), myelopathy (disease of the spinal cord), and rarely optic neuropathy. The characteristic hematological (blood) effects of copper deficiency are anemia (which may be microcytic, normocytic or macrocytic) and neutropenia. Thrombocytopenia (low blood platelets) is unusual. The peripheral blood and bone marrow aspirate findings in copper deficiency can mimic myelodysplastic syndrome. Bone marrow aspirate in both conditions may show dysplasia of blood cell precursors and the presence of ring sideroblasts (erythroblasts containing multiple iron granules around the nucleus). Unlike most cases of myelodysplastic syndrome, the bone marrow aspirate in copper deficiency characteristically shows cytoplasmic vacuoles within red and white cell precursors, and karyotyping in cases of copper deficiency does not reveal cytogenetic features characteristic of myelodysplastic syndrome. Anemia and neutropenia typically resolve within six weeks of copper replacement. Copper deficiency can cause a wide variety of neurological problems including, myelopathy, peripheral neuropathy, and optic neuropathy. Copper deficiency is a very rare disease and is often misdiagnosed several times by physicians before concluding the deficiency of copper through differential diagnosis (copper serum test and bone marrow biopsy are usually conclusive in diagnosing copper deficiency). On average, patients are diagnosed with copper deficiency around 1.1 years after their first symptoms are reported to a physician. Copper deficiency can be treated with either oral copper supplementation or intravenous copper. If zinc intoxication is present, discontinuation of zinc may be sufficient to restore copper levels back to normal, but this usually is a very slow process. People who suffer from zinc intoxication will usually have to take copper supplements in addition to ceasing zinc consumption. Hematological manifestations are often quickly restored back to normal. The progression of the neurological symptoms will be stopped by appropriate treatment, but often with residual neurological disability.
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Asbestos Meaning
 
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Video shows what asbestos means. Any of several fibrous mineral forms of magnesium silicate, used for fireproofing, electrical insulation, building materials, brake linings, and chemical filters.. Asbestos Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say asbestos. Powered by MaryTTS, Wiktionary
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What is MICROBIAL LOOP? What does MICROBIAL LOOP mean? MICROBIAL LOOP meaning & explanation
 
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BROWSE The Internet EASY way with The Audiopedia owned Lightina Browser Android app. INSTALL NOW - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.LightinaBrowser_8083351 What is MICROBIAL LOOP? What does MICROBIAL LOOP mean? MICROBIAL LOOP meaning - MICROBIAL LOOP definition - MICROBIAL LOOP explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. The microbial loop describes a trophic pathway in the marine microbial food web where dissolved organic carbon (DOC) is returned to higher trophic levels via its incorporation into bacterial biomass, and then coupled with the classic food chain formed by phytoplankton-zooplankton-nekton. The term microbial loop was coined by Farooq Azam and Tom Fenchel et al. to include the role played by bacteria in the carbon and nutrient cycles of the marine environment. In general, dissolved organic carbon (DOC) is introduced into the ocean environment from bacterial lysis, the leakage or exudation of fixed carbon from phytoplankton (e.g., mucilaginous exopolymer from diatoms), sudden cell senescence, sloppy feeding by zooplankton, the excretion of waste products by aquatic animals, or the breakdown or dissolution of organic particles from terrestrial plants and soils (Van den Meersche et al. 2004). Bacteria in the microbial loop decompose this particulate detritus to utilize this energy-rich matter for growth. Since more than 95% of organic matter in marine ecosystems consists of polymeric, high molecular weight (HMW) compounds (e.g., protein, polysaccharides, lipids), only a small portion of total dissolved organic matter (DOM) is readily utilizable to most marine organisms at higher trophic levels. This means that dissolved organic carbon is not available directly to most marine organisms; marine bacteria introduce this organic carbon into the food web, resulting in additional energy becoming available to higher trophic levels. Recently the term "microbial food web" has been substituted for the term "microbial loop". The efficiency of the microbial loop is determined by the density of marine bacteria within it (Taylor and Joint 1990). It has become clear that bacterial density is mainly controlled by the grazing activity of small protozoans and various taxonomic groups of flagellates. Also, viral infection causes bacterial lysis, which release cell contents back into the dissolved organic matter (DOM) pool, lowering the overall efficiency of the microbial loop. Mortality from viral infection has almost the same magnitude as that from protozoan grazing. However, compared to protozoan grazing, the effect of viral lysis can be very different because lysis is highly host-specific to each marine bacteria. Both protozoan grazing and viral infection balance the major fraction of bacterial growth. In addition, the microbial loop dominates in oligotrophic waters, rather than in eutrophic areas - there the classical plankton food chain predominates, due to the frequent fresh supply of mineral nutrients (e.g. spring bloom in temperate waters, upwelling areas). The magnitude of the efficiency of the microbial loop can be determined by measuring bacterial incorporation of radiolabeled substrates (such as tritiated thymidine or leucine). The microbial loop is of particular importance in increasing the efficiency of the marine food web via the utilization of dissolved organic matter (DOM), which is typically unavailable to most marine organisms. In this sense, the process aids in recycling of organic matter and nutrients and mediates the transfer of energy above the thermocline. More than 30% of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) incorporated into bacteria is respired and released as carbon dioxide. The other main effect of the microbial loop in the water column is that it accelerates mineralization through regenerating production in nutrient-limited environments (e.g. oligotrophic waters). In general, the entire microbial loop is to some extent typically five to ten times the mass of all multicellular marine organisms in the marine ecosystem. Marine bacteria are the base of the food web in most oceanic environments, and they improve the trophic efficiency of both marine food webs and important aquatic processes (such as the productivity of fisheries and the amount of carbon exported to the ocean floor). Therefore, the microbial loop, together with primary production, controls the productivity of marine systems in the ocean.....
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RECREATING MY MEMES
 
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♡ SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL » http://bit.ly/JamesCharles for new videos every week! HI SISTERS! If you've been on the internet lately, you've probably seen lots and lots of crazy photos of me going around, both with funny captions, and very nasty ones as well. I know April Fools just passed, but I wanted to make this little satire video today making fun of it all. If you can't laugh at yourself, how the hell are you gonna laugh at anyone else, can I get an AMEN!? When these types of things happen, it's important to stay positive and let everyone know that it's not getting to you. Love you all so much & hope you enjoy the video. HAVE YOU SEEN MY LAST VIDEO? » http://bit.ly/DragTransformationWithFarrah ______ ♡ MERCHANDISE http://bit.ly/2BYGcZx ______ ♡ LET'S BE BFFS INSTAGRAM » http://instagram.com/jamescharles TWITTER » http://twitter.com/jamescharles SNAPCHAT » jamescharless YOUNOW » http://younow.com/jamescharless ______ ♡ COUPON CODES: MORPHE BRUSHES » Use code "JAMES" for 10% off all products http://morphebrushes.com LAURAS BOUTIQUE » Use code "JAMESCHARLES" for 10% off all items http://lauras-boutique.com NUBOUNSOM » Use code "JAMES" for 20% off all lashes https://nubounsom.com/ STAR CRUSHED MINERALS » Use code "JAMES" for 50% off all items http://www.starcrushedminerals.com/ OFRA » Use code "JCHARLES" for 30% off all products http://ofracosmetics.com ** All of the above links are affiliate links! I do make commission off of code uses. You don't have to use them, it's simply there to provide a discount for you guys! ______ ♡ GRAPHICS Michael Rusakov http://instagram.com/michael.ny Song: Valcos - A New Light [NCS Release] Music provided by NCS: https://youtu.be/o_v9WSImGIU Download: http://NCS.lnk.to/ANewLight
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What is PHARMACOGENOMICS? What does PHARMACOGENOMICS mean? PHARMACOGENOMICS meaning
 
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What is PHARMACOGENOMICS? What does PHARMACOGENOMICS mean? PHARMACOGENOMICS meaning - How to pronounce PHARMACOGENOMICS - PHARMACOGENOMICS definition - PHARMACOGENOMICS explanation - How to pronounce PHARMACOGENOMICS? Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Pharmacogenomics is the study of the role of the genome in drug response. Its name (pharmaco- + genomics) reflects its combining of pharmacology and genomics. Pharmacogenomics can be defined as the technology that analyzes how the genetic makeup of an individual affects his/her response to drugs. It deals with the influence of acquired and inherited genetic variation on drug response in patients by correlating gene expression or single-nucleotide polymorphisms with pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics (drug absorption, distribution, metabolism, and elimination), as well as drug receptor target effects. The term pharmacogenomics is often used interchangeably with pharmacogenetics. Although both terms relate to drug response based on genetic influences, pharmacogenetics focuses on single drug-gene interactions, while pharmacogenomics encompasses a more genome-wide association approach, incorporating genomics and epigenetics while dealing with the effects of multiple genes on drug response. Pharmacogenomics aims to develop rational means to optimize drug therapy, with respect to the patients' genotype, to ensure maximum efficacy with minimal adverse effects. Through the utilization of pharmacogenomics, it is hoped that pharmaceutical drug treatments can deviate from what is dubbed as the "one-dose-fits-all" approach. It attempts to eliminate the trial-and-error method of prescribing, allowing physicians to take into consideration their patient's genes, the functionality of these genes, and how this may affect the efficacy of the patient's current or future treatments (and where applicable, provide an explanation for the failure of past treatments). Such approaches promise the advent of precision medicine and even personalized medicine, in which drugs and drug combinations are optimized for narrow subsets of patients or even for each individual's unique genetic makeup. Whether used to explain a patient's response or lack thereof to a treatment, or act as a predictive tool, it hopes to achieve better treatment outcomes, greater efficacy, minimization of the occurrence of drug toxicities and adverse drug reactions (ADRs). For patients who have lack of therapeutic response to a treatment, alternative therapies can be prescribed that would best suit their requirements. In order to provide pharmacogenomic recommendations for a given drug, two possible types of input can be used: genotyping or exome or whole genome sequencing. Sequencing provides many more data points, including detection of mutations that prematurely terminate the synthesized protein (early stop codon). A potential role pharmacogenomics may play would be to reduce the occurrence of polypharmacy. It is theorized that with tailored drug treatments, patients will not have the need to take several medications that are intended to treat the same condition. In doing so, they could potentially minimize the occurrence of ADRs, have improved treatment outcomes, and can save costs by avoiding purchasing extraneous medications. An example of this can be found in Psychiatry, where patients tend to be receiving more medications than even age-matched non-psychiatric patients. This has been associated with an increased risk of inappropriate prescribing. The need for pharmacogenomics tailored drug therapies may be most evident in a survey conducted by the Slone Epidemiology Center at Boston University from February 1998 to April 2007. The study elucidated that an average of 82% of adults in the United States are taking at least one medication (prescription or nonprescription drug, vitamin/mineral, herbal/natural supplement), and 29% are taking five or more. The study suggested that those aged 65 years or older continue to be the biggest consumers of medications, with 17-19 % in this age group taking at least ten medications in a given week. Polypharmacy has also shown to have increased since 2000 from 23% to 29%. Some alleles that vary in frequency between specific populations have been shown to be associated with differential responses to specific drugs. The beta blocker atenolol is an anti-hypertensive medication that is shown to more significantly lower the blood pressure of Caucasian patients than African American patients in the United States. This observation suggests that Caucasian and African American populations have different alleles governing oleic acid biochemistry, which react differentially with atenolol. Similarly, hypersensitivity to the antiretroviral drug abacavir is strongly associated with a single-nucleotide polymorphism that varies in frequency between populations.
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What is BONE DENSITY? What does BONE DENSITY mean? BONE DENSITY meaning, definition & explanation
 
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What is BONE DENSITY? What does BONE DENSITY mean? BONE DENSITY meaning - BONE DENSITY definition - BONE DENSITY explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Bone density or bone mineral density (BMD) is the amount of bone mineral in bone tissue. The concept is of mass of mineral per volume of bone (relating to density in the physics sense), although clinically it is measured by proxy according to optical density per square centimeter of bone surface upon imaging. Bone density measurement is used in clinical medicine as an indirect indicator of osteoporosis and fracture risk. It is measured by a procedure called densitometry, often performed in the radiology or nuclear medicine departments of hospitals or clinics. The measurement is painless and non-invasive and involves low radiation exposure. Measurements are most commonly made over the lumbar spine and over the upper part of the hip. The forearm may be scanned if the hip and lumbar spine are not accessible. There is a statistical association between poor bone density and higher probability of fracture. Fractures of the legs and pelvis due to falls are a significant public health problem, especially in elderly women, leading to much medical cost, inability to live independently, and even risk of death. Bone density measurements are used to screen people for osteoporosis risk and to identify those who might benefit from measures to improve bone strength.
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Spa Meaning
 
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Video shows what spa means. A health resort near a mineral spring or hot spring.. A trendy or fashionable resort.. A health club.. spa synonyms: health club, resort. Spa Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say spa. Powered by MaryTTS, Wiktionary
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Calamine Meaning
 
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Video shows what calamine means. A pale pink powdered form of zinc oxide used in skin lotions. The zinc silicate mineral hemimorphite. Calamine Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say calamine. Powered by MaryTTS, Wiktionary
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What Is The Full Meaning Of Spa?
 
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What Is The Meaning Of Unleaded Fuel?
 
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Unleaded meaning in the cambridge english dictionarydefinition of unleaded by merriam webster. Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples define unleaded petrol. A volatile flammable mixture of hydrocarbons (hexane and heptane octane etc. Yahoo differences between premium and regular unleaded gas difference leaded petrol what is really the best to use? Define at dictionary definition of in english i just purchased a car today which says 'unleaded fuel only' gasoline wikipedia. Unleaded gasoline definition of unleaded by the free what does 'unleaded fuel only ' sign on my car means? . Unleaded gasoline synonyms, unleaded leaded gasoline, petrol treated with a lead compound to it means only fuel, of whatever grade the vehicle manufacturer suggests. Not covered, meaning, pronunciation, example sentences, and more from oxford dictionaries unleaded fuel only means what it sounds like. The difference between diesel and unleaded petrol? . Synonyms unleaded petrol antonyms leaded gasoline. Unleaded simply and literally means that it does not contain lead. Fc dawes unleaded petrol (ulp). 22 per gallon of regular, unleaded gas, as of tuesday, is 7 cents less than at the same time last year, aaa said 17 oct 2014 diesel and unleaded petrol are both hydrocarbon mineral fuels our wealth of experience means we have the expertise to tailor our fuel what does unleaded petrol (ulp) mean? The alternative petrol is the more expensive pulp (premium unleaded petrol), which is 95 or 98 octane and is. Unleaded gasoline dictionary definition vocabulary. Unleaded petrol dictionary definition vocabulary a url? Q unleaded. Gasoline treated with a lead compound to reduce motor knocks. Unleaded petrol synonyms, unleaded pronunciation, translation, english dictionary definition of define gasoline. Tetraethyl lead was added to fuel reduce the volatility of gas and increase octane rating unleaded petrol definition containing a reduced amount tetraethyl. What does unleaded mean and what happens if you put petrol definition meaning of by the free dictionary. What is the difference between premium gas and regular unleaded gas? They mean. N gasoline that has not been treated with a lead compound. Following is a definition of these two types gasoline 20 feb 2012 leaded petrol vs unleaded different can be bought at the pump. It means not diesel fuel, or pepsi, chocolate syrup, vodka, march 3, 2016. Although some may be self explanatory, there are still 27 aug 2015 we've all heard the myths about unleaded versus premium gas, but is to produce gasoline a hydrocarbon fuel, which means individual definition, (of gasoline) containing no tetraethyllead(of petrol) reduced amount of tetraethyl lead, in order reduce any languages that have term for fuel cannot derived from closest thing i found definition was epa regulations 40 cfr (especially without added lead. Unleaded petrol dictionary definition vocabulary. Synonyms unleaded gasoline antonyms leaded gasoline, petrol. Type of gas,
What is POTABLE WATER? What does POTABLE WATER mean? POTABLE WATER meaning & explanation
 
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✪✪✪✪✪ WORK FROM HOME! Looking for WORKERS for simple Internet data entry JOBS. $15-20 per hour. SIGN UP here - http://jobs.theaudiopedia.com ✪✪✪✪✪ ✪✪✪✪✪ The Audiopedia Android application, INSTALL NOW - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wTheAudiopedia_8069473 ✪✪✪✪✪ What is POTABLE WATER? What does POTABLE WATER mean? POTABLE WATER meaning & explanation. Drinking water, also known as potable water or improved drinking water, is water safe enough for drinking and food preparation. Globally, in 2012, 89% of people had access to water suitable for drinking. Nearly 4 billion had access to tap water while another 2.3 billion had access to wells or public taps. 1.8 billion people still use an unsafe drinking water source which may be contaminated by feces. This can result in infectious diarrhea such as cholera and typhoid among others. Water is essential for life. The amount of drinking water required is variable. It depends on physical activity, age, health issues, and environmental conditions. It is estimated that the average American drinks about one litre of water a day with 95% drinking less than three liters per day. For those working in a hot climate, up to 16 liters a day may be required. Water makes up about 60% of weight in men and 55% of weight in women. Infants are about 70% to 80% water while the elderly are around 45%. Typically in developed countries, tap water meets drinking water quality standards, even though only a small proportion is actually consumed or used in food preparation. Other typical uses include washing, toilets, and irrigation. Greywater may also be used for toilets or irrigation. Its use for irrigation however may be associated with risks. Water may also be unacceptable due to levels of toxins or suspended solids. Reduction of waterborne diseases and development of safe water resources is a major public health goal in developing countries. Bottled water is sold for public consumption in most parts of the world. The word potable came into English from the Late Latin potabilis, meaning drinkable.
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Malachite Meaning
 
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Video shows what malachite means. A bright green mineral, a basic copper carbonate, Cu2CO3(OH)2; one of the principal ores of copper.. A mild green colour, like that of the mineral.. Malachite Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say malachite. Powered by MaryTTS, Wiktionary
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What is OSTEOMALACIA? What does OSTEOMALACIA mean? OSTEOMALACIA meaning & explanation
 
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What is OSTEOMALACIA? What does OSTEOMALACIA mean? OSTEOMALACIA meaning - OSTEOMALACIA pronunciation - OSTEOMALACIA definition - OSTEOMALACIA explanation - How to pronounce OSTEOMALACIA? Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Osteomalacia is the softening of the bones caused by deactivated bone mineralization primarily due to inadequate levels of available phosphate and calcium, or because of resorption of calcium. Osteomalacia in children is known as rickets, and because of this, use of the term "osteomalacia" is often restricted to the milder, adult form of the disease. Signs and symptoms can include diffuse body pains, muscle weakness, and fragility of the bones. The most common cause of osteomalacia is a deficiency of vitamin D, which is normally derived from sunlight exposure and, to a lesser extent, from the diet. The most specific screening test for vitamin D deficiency in otherwise healthy individuals is a serum 25(OH)D level. Less common causes of osteomalacia can include hereditary deficiencies of vitamin D or phosphate (which would typically be identified in childhood) or malignancy. Measures to prevent and treat osteomalacia usually revolve around intake of vitamin D and calcium supplements. Vitamin D should always be administered in conjunction with calcium supplementation since most of the consequences of vitamin D deficiency are a result of impaired mineral ion homeostasis. Nursing home residents and the homebound elderly population are at particular risk for vitamin D deficiency, as these populations typically receive little sun exposure. In addition, both the efficiency of vitamin D synthesis in the skin and the absorption of vitamin D from the intestine decline with age, thus further increasing the risk in these populations. Other groups at risk include individuals with malabsorption secondary to gastrointestinal bypass surgery or celiac disease, and individuals who immigrate from warm climates to cold climates, especially women who wear traditional veils or dresses that prevent sun exposure.
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What Is The Definition Of Bone mineral density Medical Dictionary Free Online
 
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Sludge Meaning
 
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Video shows what sludge means. A generic term for solids separated from suspension in a liquid.. A residual semi-solid material left from industrial, water treatment, or wastewater treatment processes.. A sediment of accumulated minerals in a steam boiler.. sludge synonyms: mud, mire, ooze, slush. Sludge Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say sludge. Powered by MaryTTS, Wiktionary
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hemorrhagic cyst
 
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Non ruptured hemorrhagic ovarian cyst
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What is DESTINATION SPA? What does DESTINATION SPA mean? DESTINATION SPA meaning & explanation
 
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What is DESTINATION SPA? What does DESTINATION SPA mean? DESTINATION SPA meaning - DESTINATION SPA definition - DESTINATION SPA explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. A destination spa is a resort centered on a spa, such as a mineral spa. Historically many such spas were developed at the location of natural hot springs or mineral springs. Typically over a seven-day stay, such facilities provide a comprehensive program that includes spa services, physical fitness activities, wellness education, healthy cuisine, and special interest programming. Some destination spas offer an all-inclusive program that includes facilitated fitness classes, healthy cuisine, educational classes and seminars as well as similar services to a beauty salon or a day spa. Guests reside and participate in the program at a destination spa instead of just visiting for a treatment or pure vacation. Some destination spas are in exotic locations or in spa towns. Destination spas have been in use for a considerable time, and some are not used actively, but rather are historically preserved as elements of earlier history; for example, Gilroy Yamato Hot Springs in California is such a historically used spa whose peak patronage occurred in the late 19th and early 20th century. Resort spas are generally located in resorts and offer similar services via rooms with services, meals, body treatments and fitness a la carte.
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What is COMMINUTION? What does COMMINUTION mean? COMMINUTION meaning & explanation
 
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What is COMMINUTION? What does COMMINUTION mean? COMMINUTION meaning - COMMINUTION pronunciation - COMMINUTION definition - COMMINUTION explanation - How to pronounce COMMINUTION? Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Comminution is the reduction of solid materials from one average particle size to a smaller average particle size, by crushing, grinding, cutting, vibrating, or other processes. In geology, it occurs naturally during faulting in the upper part of the Earth's crust. In industry, it is an important unit operation in mineral processing, ceramics, electronics, and other fields, accomplished with many types of mill. In dentistry, it is the result of mastication of food. In general medicine, it is one of the most traumatic forms of bone fracture. Within industrial uses, the purpose of comminution is to reduce the size and to increase the surface area of solids. It is also used to free useful materials from matrix materials in which they are embedded, and to concentrate minerals. The comminution of solid materials consumes energy, which is being used to break up the solid into smaller pieces. The comminution energy can be estimated by: Rittinger's law, which assumes that the energy consumed is proportional to the newly generated surface area; Kick's law, which related the energy to the sizes of the feed particles and the product particles; Bond's law, which assumes that the total work useful in breakage is inversely proportional to the square root of the diameter of the product particles, theoretically that the work input varies as the length of the new cracks made in breakage. Holmes's law, which modifies Bond's law by substituting the square root with an exponent that depends on the material. There are three forces which typically are used to effect the comminution of particles: impact, shear, and compression. There are several methods of comminution. Comminution of solid materials requires different types of crushers and mills depending on the feed properties such as hardness at various size ranges and application requirements such as throughput and maintenance. The most common machines for the comminution of coarse feed material are the jaw crusher , cone crusher and hammer crusher. Primary jaw crusher product in intermediate feed particle size ranges can be ground in Autogenous or Semi-Autogenous mills depending on feed properties and application requirements. For comminution of finer particle size ranges machines like the ball mill, vertical roller mill, hammer mill, roller press or high compression roller mill, vibration mill, jet mill and others are used. For yet finer grind sizes (sometimes referred to as "ultrafine grinding"), specialist mills such as the IsaMillTM are used. Trituration, for instance, is comminution (or substance breakdown) by rubbing. Trituration can further be described as levigation, trituration of a powder with an insoluble liquid, or pulverization by intervention, which is trituration with a solvent that can be easily removed after the substance has been broken down.
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What is HYPERVITAMINOSIS? What does HYPERVITAMINOSIS mean? HYPERVITAMINOSIS meaning & explanation
 
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What is HYPERVITAMINOSIS? What does HYPERVITAMINOSIS mean? HYPERVITAMINOSIS meaning - HYPERVITAMINOSIS pronunciation - HYPERVITAMINOSIS definition - HYPERVITAMINOSIS explanation - How to pronounce HYPERVITAMINOSIS? Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Hypervitaminosis refers to a condition of abnormally high storage levels of vitamins, which can lead to toxic symptoms. The medical names of the different conditions are derived from the vitamin involved: an excess of vitamin A, for example, is called hypervitaminosis A. Hypervitaminosis primarily affects the fat soluble vitamins, as these are stored by the body for longer period than the water-soluble vitamins. However, avoiding excesses of both classes of vitamins can make the condition hard to get. Generally, toxic levels of vitamins stem from high supplement intake and not from natural food. Toxicities of fat-soluble vitamins can also be caused by a large intake of highly fortified foods, but natural food rarely deliver dangerous levels of fat-soluble vitamins. Liver is a natural food which can cause toxic levels of vitamin A; vegetable sources of vitamin A will not cause toxic levels of vitamin A. The Dietary Reference Intake recommendations from the United States Department of Agriculture define a "tolerable upper intake level" for most vitamins. High dosage vitamin A; high dosage, slow release vitamin B3; and very high dosage vitamin B6 alone (i.e. without vitamin B complex) are sometimes associated with vitamin side effects that usually rapidly cease with supplement reduction or cessation. In the United States, overdose exposure to all formulations of "vitamins" was reported by 62,562 individuals in 2004 (nearly 80% of these exposures were in children under the age of 6), leading to 53 "major" life-threatening outcomes and 3 deaths (2 from vitamins D and E; 1 from polyvitaminic type formula, with iron and no fluoride). This may be compared to the 19,250 people who died of unintentional poisoning of all kinds in the U.S. in the same year (2004). In 2010, 71,000 exposures to various vitamins and multivitamin-mineral formulations were reported to poison control centers, which resulted in 15 major reactions but no deaths. Before 1998, several deaths per year were associated with pharmaceutical iron-containing supplements, especially brightly colored, sugar-coated, high-potency iron supplements, and most deaths were children. Unit packaging restrictions on supplements with more than 30 mg of iron have since reduced deaths to 0 or 1 per year. These statistics compare with 59 confirmed deaths due to aspirin poisoning in 2003 and 147 deaths known to be associated with acetaminophen-containing products in 2003.
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Scurvy Meaning
 
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Video shows what scurvy means. A disease caused by insufficient intake of vitamin C leading to the formation of livid spots on the skin, spongy gums, loosening of the teeth and bleeding into the skin and from almost all mucous membranes.. scurvy synonyms: Barlow's disease, Cheadle-Möller-Barlow syndrome, Cheadle's disease, Moeller's disease, Möller-Barlow disease, scorbutus. Scurvy Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say scurvy. Powered by MaryTTS, Wiktionary
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