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Peer Reviewed Journal Article

MARINE ANTIFOULING COMPOSITIONS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS

Author: Llewellyn, OP HERO ID: 1360459

Abstract: HEEP COPYRIGHT: BIOL ABS. HUMAN WORKERS TIN COPPER ARSENIC MERCURY LEAD PAINTS RESPIRATORS

The "refereed" or "peer review" status of a journal comes from the Ulrichsweb Global Serials Directory (http://ulrichsweb.serialssolutions.com/), as supplied by the publisher. The term refers to the system of critical evaluation of manuscripts/articles by professional colleagues or peers. The content of refereed publications is sanctioned, vetted, or otherwise approved by a peer-review or editorial board. The peer-review and evaluation system is utilized to protect, maintain, and raise the quality of scholarly material published in serials. Publications subject to the referee process are assumed, then, to contain higher quality content than those that are not.
Peer Reviewed Journal Article

Pesticide residue levels in soils, FY 1969: National Soils Monitoring Program

Authors: Wiersma, GB; Tai, H; Sand, PF Pesticides Monitoring Journal 6:194-201. HERO ID: 1360460

[Less] HEEP COPYRIGHT: BIOL ABS. This report is a summary of the FY (Fiscal Year) 1969 results of the National . . . [More] HEEP COPYRIGHT: BIOL ABS. This report is a summary of the FY (Fiscal Year) 1969 results of the National Soils Monitoring Program, an integral part of the National Pesticide Monitoring Program (NPMP). Pesticide residues in cropland soil for 43 States and noncropland soil for 11 States are reported. Tables for each State give the number of samples collected, arithmetic means and ranges of residue levels detected, and the percent of sites with detectable residues. In addition, for selected pesticides and various States and State groupings, a frequency distribution of pesticide residues was determined. Use records for FY 1969 are given by the pesticides used, the percent of sites treated, the average application rates, and the average amounts applied per site. Comparisons are made between residue levels in different land-use areas.

Technical Report
Technical Report

ATOMIC ABSORPTION ANALYSIS OF METAL POLLUTANTS IN WATER USING A HEATED GRAPHITE ATOMIZER

Authors: Peterson, GE; Manning, DC HERO ID: 1360462

[Less] HEEP COPYRIGHT: BIOL ABS. ATOMIC ABSORPTION ANALYSIS OF METAL POLLUTANTS IN WATER USING A HEATED GRAPHITE . . . [More] HEEP COPYRIGHT: BIOL ABS. ATOMIC ABSORPTION ANALYSIS OF METAL POLLUTANTS IN WATER USING A HEATED GRAPHITE ATOMIZER

Technical Report
Technical Report

Concerning an unusual case of arsenic poisoning

Authors: Dequidt, J; Furon, D; Haguenoer J-M HERO ID: 1360463

[Less] HEEP COPYRIGHT: BIOL ABS. A case of As poisoning in a 22 mo. old girl as the result of eating As-containing . . . [More] HEEP COPYRIGHT: BIOL ABS. A case of As poisoning in a 22 mo. old girl as the result of eating As-containing (18) colored chalk was reported to emphasize the potential danger of common objects when left within reach of young children. The child was treated with 640 mg of British anti-Lewisite (40 injections) over a period of 3 days until signs of erythema on the abdomen and neck caused stoppage of treatment. A check-up 2 mo. later revealed only traces of As in the urine but higher than normal levels of the agent in the hair and nails.

Technical Report
Technical Report

The renal circulation in acute arsine poisoning

Authors: Pedersen, F; Ladefoged, J; Winkler, K; Baunoe, B; Munck, O HERO ID: 1370773

[Less] HAPAB Seven examinations were performed in two patients who developed severe hemolysis and nephropathy . . . [More] HAPAB Seven examinations were performed in two patients who developed severe hemolysis and nephropathy following acute arsine poisoning. One patient ( No. 5 ) developed acute oliguric renal failure while in the other patient ( No. 6 ), the renal function was only moderately reduced. The renal blood flow was examined with the Xenon-133 wash-out technique and with a dye dilution method. Renal circulation times for chromium-51-labeled red cells and for iodine-131-labeled albumin were measured by an external counting method. In patient No. 5, renal function had almost ceased 1 and 10 days after intoxication; at these times the endogenous creatinine clearance was 0.02 and 0.04 ml/min, respectively and the renal blood flow was reduced to 142 and 133 ml/ min, respectively. On both the first and tenth day after poisoning, the cortical vascular volume was severly reduced and there was a slow blood flow through the kidney. On the 48th day after admission, the patient was in the phase of polyuria. The creatinine clearance was 9.6 ml/min and the blood flow through the kidney was unchanged from the first examination. The vascular volume continued to be low. Diuresis was normal and the creatinine clearance 54 ml/min 285 days after admission. At this time vascular volume in the cortex had risen to 24 ml/100 g, the vascular resistance was 30 min Hg/m/g/min and the blood flow through the kidney was 752 ml/min. On the first day of illness, the arsenic concentration in thyblood was 0.7 mcg/ml. In patient No. 6, the 24-hr creatinine clearance was 60 and 76 ml/min on the first and tenth day after poisoning, respectively. The mean blood flow was reduced in both examinations and varied from 1.4 to 1.9 ml/g/min. The vascular volume constituted about 20 ml/100 g cortex. Arsenic content in the blood was 1.14 mcg/ml on the ninth day of hospitalization. It was concluded that the reduction in kidney function was correlated to the degree of intravascular hemolysis and was not correlated to the concentration of arsine in the blood. EPIDEMIOLOGY AND TREATMENT $BULLETIN 69/12/00, 446

Technical Report
Technical Report

Use of Arsenite to Reversibly Block Steroid Binding to Glucocorticoid Receptors in the Presence of Other Steroid Receptors

Author: Simons, SP (NTIS/02973933_a). HERO ID: 1371536

Abstract: Patent Application.

Book/Book Chapter
Book/ Chapter

INCIDENCE OF CANCER IN POPULATION WITH EXCEPTIONAL EXPOSURE TO METALS

Author: Hernberg, S HERO ID: 1271130

Abstract: EIS: Epidemiology Information System