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  • gases
  • The off-site medical waste management segment is deemed to lead the global medical waste management market due to attractive packages offered by established service providers, growing preference given to the off-site medical waste management and need to avoid possible environmental hazards affecting the nearby population with the released toxic gases from the incinerators. (medgadget.com)
  • In addition to any potential chemical hazards, compressed gases are a high-energy source and therefore hazardous. (queensu.ca)
  • trace
  • According to the Chinese food safety standards and the value of the target hazard quotient or hazard index, trace element contents of vegetables were safe for local residents in both systems. (benran.ru)
  • producers
  • However, the spatial distribution of the estimated hazard index for producers still presented certain specific hotspots which may cause potential risk for human health in CGVPS. (benran.ru)
  • guidance
  • Editor's update: new guidance was released in 2011 stating that near-total or total thyroidectomy is now the procedure of choice for patients undergoing this treatment option. (gdatf.org)
  • high
  • Therapeutic techniques can be highly complex, and place very high demands on the accuracy of irradiation. (virginia.edu)
  • There has been a shift from policy in reaction to high profile events, then to control of releases to single environmental media, and to the present position of moving toward integrated management of all environmental media at present. (benran.ru)
  • material
  • In the first of these, the Boiling Accident,'' it is assumed that a fraction of the radioactive material in a reactor is released to the atmosphere at a steady rate over a period of hours. (unt.edu)
  • In the second, the Puff Accident,'' it is assumed that the release of the radioactive material takes place instantaneously. (unt.edu)
  • applications
  • Other applications could be in monitoring sequestered microbial culture (e.g., rinderpest virus) where in the case of accidental or deliberate release of infective culture it would be possible to identify the laboratory from which the isolate originated. (springer.com)
  • matter
  • Many lose their way either in ramification of useless discussion or in the brushwood of wearsome verbosity without ever releasing the real matter at issue. (angelfire.com)
  • area
  • The following concepts are used as measures of the hazard existing outside the controlled plant area. (unt.edu)
  • made
  • The field of pediatric environmental health traces its origins to a decision made by the AAP in 1957 to establish a Committee on Radiation Hazards and Epidemiology of Malformations. (aappublications.org)
  • waste
  • By type of waste, the market is segmented on the basis of infectious waste, non-infectious/hazardous waste, radioactive waste, medical disposables. (medgadget.com)
  • place
  • Perhaps the most recent application of this field to applied sciences has taken place since the advent of the space age, when those concerned with the effects of unusual environmental conditions upon man have focused attention on the radiation hazards in space (Hanrahan & Bushnell 1960, pp. 155-188). (encyclopedia.com)