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Longitudinal medical surveillance showing lack of progression of argyrosis in a silver refiner. (1/14)

Silver is a recognized cause of argyrosis and argyria. This case report describes blood silver levels and longitudinal ophthalmological examination in a previously reported case of argyrosis over a 5-year period.  (+info)

Long-term effects of Ag-containing alloys on mucous tissue present in biopsy samples. (2/14)

The aim of this study was to investigate the long-term effects of alloys containing silver (mainly Ag-Sn alloy) on oral mucous tissue. We observed biopsy tissue specimens from patients diagnosed as having amalgam tattoo and/or metal pigmentation by light and electron microscopy and electron-probe microanalysis (EPMA). In most cases, Ag-Sn alloy was present in the tissue but it could not be confirmed if the alloy originated from amalgam. Distributions of both Ag-S and Ag-Sn have typical patterns. Most Ag forms Ag2S and is stably deposited in three patterns along the collagen, basement membrane, and fibrous cells without inducing any host reaction. On the other hand, Sn forms large granules that contain Ag, S, C, N, P, and Ca, and is in soft state in the tissue. Tissue reactions to the alloy become weaker as time passes.  (+info)

Immunolocalization of HLA-DR and metallothionein on amalgam tattoos. (3/14)

Despite studies concerning toxic reactions related to amalgam components in the literature, few studies have been devoted to evaluate local noxious effects of amalgam tattoos (AT) on biological tissues. In addition, little is known about activation of inflammatory cells by mucosa-implanted amalgam debris. Tissue reaction to AT depends on the particle size. Human leukocyte antigen DR (HLA-DR) is an activation marker of inflammatory cells associated with antigen presentation. Metallothioneins (MT) are proteins involved with metal detoxication, including mercury and silver. The purpose of the present study was to investigate the immunolocalization of HLA-DR and MT in AT with large or powdered particles. Paraffin-embedded AT tissue blocks were sectioned and subjected to immunohistochemistry for HLA-DR and MT localization. The results demonstrated a dense mononuclear inflammatory infiltrate associated with large and powdered debris and positivity for HLA-DR and MT in inflammatory cells. While blood vessel walls and connective fibers impregnated with powdered particles were negative for HLA-DR, they were positive for MT. In addition, wherever epithelial basement membrane impregnation by powdered amalgam particles was observed, a strong positivity for MT was detected. These findings demonstrate that residual elements of AT still have noxious local effects over tissues.  (+info)

Exposure-related health effects of silver and silver compounds: a review. (4/14)

A critical review of studies examining exposures to the various forms of silver was conducted to determine if some silver species are more toxic than others. The impetus behind conducting this review is that several occupational exposure limits and guidelines exist for silver, but the values for each depend on the form of silver as well as the individual agency making the recommendations. For instance, the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists has established separate threshold limit values for metallic silver (0.1 mg/m3) and soluble compounds of silver (0.01 mg/m3). On the other hand, the permissible exposure limit (PEL) recommended by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the Mine Safety and Health Administration and the recommended exposure limit set by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health is 0.01 mg/m3 for all forms of silver. The adverse effects of chronic exposure to silver are a permanent bluish-gray discoloration of the skin (argyria) or eyes (argyrosis). Most studies discuss cases of argyria and argyrosis that have resulted primarily from exposure to the soluble forms of silver. Besides argyria and argyrosis, exposure to soluble silver compounds may produce other toxic effects, including liver and kidney damage, irritation of the eyes, skin, respiratory, and intestinal tract, and changes in blood cells. Metallic silver appears to pose minimal risk to health. The current occupational exposure limits do not reflect the apparent difference in toxicities between soluble and metallic silver; thus, many researchers have recommended that separate PELs be established.  (+info)

Silver deposition and tissue staining associated with wound dressings containing silver. (5/14)

Argyria is the general term used to denote a clinical condition in which excessive administration and deposition of silver causes a permanent irreversible gray-blue discoloration of the skin or mucous membranes. The amount of discoloration usually depends on the route of silver delivery (ie, oral or topical administration) along with the body's ability to absorb and excrete the administered silver compound. Argyria is accepted as a rare dermatosis but once silver particles are deposited, they remain immobile and may accumulate during the aging process. Topical application of silver salts (eg, silver nitrate solution) may lead to transient skin staining. To investigate their potential to cause skin staining, two silver-containing dressings (Hydrofiber and nanocrystalline) were applied to human skin samples taken from electively amputated lower limbs. The potential for skin discoloration was assayed using atomic absorption spectroscopy. When the dressings were hydrated with water, a significantly higher amount of silver was released from the nanocrystalline dressing compared to the Hydrofiber dressing (P <0.005), which resulted in approximately 30 times more silver deposition. In contrast, when saline was used as the hydration medium, the release rates were low for both dressings and not significantly different (silver deposition was minimal). Controlling the amount of silver released from silver-containing dressings should help reduce excessive deposition of silver into wound tissue and minimize skin staining.  (+info)

Quantitative near infrared spectroscopic analysis of Q-Switched Nd:YAG treatment of generalized argyria. (6/14)

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Argyria -- case report. (7/14)

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Argyria mimicking a blue nevis: dermoscopy features. (8/14)

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*Argyria

It may take the form of generalized argyria or local argyria. Generalized argyria affects large areas over much of the visible ... The terms argyria and argyrosis have long been used interchangeably, with argyria being used more frequently. Argyrosis has ... "Rosemary's Story." Rosemary Jacobs explains her argyria; includes photographs. Accessed February 24, 2007. "Systemic Argyria ... Local argyria shows in limited regions of the body, such as patches of skin, parts of the mucous membrane or the conjunctiva. ...

*Argyria interrupta

... is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Zeller in 1866. It is found in Venezuela. "global ...

*Argyria argyrodis

... is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Harrison Gray Dyar Jr. in 1914. It is found in Panama ...

*Argyria heringi

... is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Stanisław Błeszyński in 1960. It is found in Guyana. " ...

*Argyria sericina

... is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Zeller in 1881. It is found in Colombia. "global ...

*Argyria pontiella

... is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Zeller in 1877. It is found in Panama. "global ...

*Argyria mesogramma

... is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Harrison Gray Dyar Jr. in 1913. It is found in Brazil ...

*Argyria sordipes

... is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Zeller in 1877. It is found in Argentina. "global ...

*Argyria polyniphas

... is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Meyrick in 1932. It is found on Fiji. "global ...

*Argyria lusella

... is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Zeller in 1863. It is found on the Virgin Islands. " ...

*Argyria tunuistrigella

... is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Schaus in 1922. It is found in Brazil (Paraná). " ...

*Argyria divisella

... is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Francis Walker in 1866. It is found in Brazil. Nuss, M ...

*Argyria vestalis

... is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Arthur Gardiner Butler in 1878. It is found on Jamaica ...

*Argyria venatella

... is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Schaus in 1922. It is found in Cuba. "global ...

*Argyria vesta

... is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Stanisław Błeszyński in 1962. It is found in Paraná, ...

*Argyria croceicinctella

... is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Francis Walker in 1863. It is found in Venezuela ...

*Argyria oxytoma

... is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Meyrick in 1932. It is found in Argentina. "global ...

*Argyria plumbolinealis

... is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Hampson in 1896. "global Pyraloidea database". ...

*Argyria lucidellus

... is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Zeller in 1839. It is found in Brazil. "global ...

*Argyria argyrostola

... is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Hampson in 1919. It is found in Venezuela. "global ...

*Pycnarmon argyria

... is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Arthur Gardiner Butler in 1879. It is found in ...

*Argyria subaenescens

... is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Francis Walker in 1863. It is found in North ...

*Argyria nummulalis

... is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Hübner in 1818. It is found in North America, where ...

*Argyria hannemanni

... is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Stanisław Błeszyński in 1960. It is found in Bolivia ...

*Argyria insons

... is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Cajetan Felder, Rudolf Felder and Alois Friedrich ...
Argyria results from prolonged contact with or ingestion of silver salts. Argyria is characterized by gray to gray-black staining of the skin and mucous membranes produced by silver deposition.
April Flowers for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online. When is your skin like a black and white photograph? Sounds like the start to a bad riddle, right? Instead, its the essential question behind a new study from Brown University. The study shows, for the first time, how ingesting too much silver can cause argyria, which is a rare condition that turns a patients skin a striking shade of grayish blue.. "Its the first conceptual model giving the whole picture of how one develops this condition," said Robert Hurt, professor of engineering at Brown. "Whats interesting here is that the particles someone ingests arent the particles that ultimately cause the disorder.". Its been known for years that silver had something to do with argyria. Argyria has been documented in patients who have undergone alternative treatments involving silver and people who - ill advisedly - drink antimicrobial health tonics containing silver nanoparticles. Researchers have found silver particles lodged deep in the ...
Blue nails, or more formally azure lunula, are characterized by a blue discoloration of the lunulae, seen in argyria and cases of hepatolenticular degeneration (Wilsons disease), also having been reported in hemoglobin M disease and hereditary acrolabial telangiectases. In Wilsons disease the blue color involves the lunula (most intense pigmentation) and fades proximally. In argyria, the nail is permanently pigmented a slate-blue color and is most evident in the lunula. Minocycline and Zidovudine can also turn the nail plate blue-gray. There are also reports of hydroxyurea as a rare cause. In season 6 of House MD in the episode 12 titled Remorse, House diagnoses his patient with Wilsons Disease in absence of Kayser-Fleischer rings by removing the nail polish to note the blue nails. Nail anatomy Nail diseases Wilsons disease James, William; Berger, Timothy; Elston, Dirk (2005). Andrews Diseases of the Skin: Clinical Dermatology. (10th ed.). Saunders. ISBN 0-7216-2921-0. Tosti A, Iorizzo M, ...
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Colloidal silver is the product the FDA and many mainstream medical people love to hate. Listening to them you would think every person taking colloidal silver is going to turn gray with silver accumulation in their skin (argyria). Their worst nightmare is people taking colloidal silver to combat the H1N1 swine flu the nightmare for them is that it might actually work.
Colloidal silver has been around a long time. It was used extensively in the 20th century until antibiotics became popular and relegated the use of silver in general to relative obscurity. Colloidal silver wasnt patentable; drugs were. Profits were made in selling a patented product. And some silver compounds had side effects if used improperly. They could cause argyria, a cosmetic skin condition which could cause the skin to turn a blue/gray color. With the present day problems of bacteria becoming resistant to antibiotics, colloidal silver is making a resurgence in popularity and use. One of the reasons for the renewed interest is the fact that bacteria and viruses are not resistant to contact with silver. Colloidal silver may be the magic bullet for mankind if antibiotics are no longer useful. Colloidal silver was used to cure and/or treat many diseases before being replaced with antibiotics.. What was thought to be the end of infectious diseases was accomplished in the 1940s. With the ...
There has been much hype generated by those opposed to the use of colloidal silver, regarding the skin color changes that have been seen to occur, usually in the folds of skin at the elbows and knees. They usually fail to mention that this bluing or greying of the skin happens only after many years of exposure to very large quantities of silver salts, not the pure metallic colloids. The experimental studies often cited, and other cases of Argyria, were the results of the ingestion of toxic silver compounds such as silver nitrate. It was also an occupational hazard for silver miners who regularly breathed silver ore dust over the course of their careers. The use of micro-doses of colloidal silver for therapeutic purposes does not fall into this category, as it is not toxic ...
Basement membranes in the kidney are made up of a homogeneous matrix. In argyria, silver passes from the blood in the ionic form and diffuses into the kidney basement membranes in which it is precipitated. X-ray diffraction studies of "silver-stained" rat kidneys show that most of the silver in the kidneys is combined with some form of sulfur. Histochemical staining for sulfhydryls and disulfides demonstrates the presence of these groups in basement membranes. It appears that silver ions combine with either or both the sulfhydryl or disulfide groups in the basement membranes and also in mitochondria (when the silver diffuses into a cell).. ...
Acupuncture needles have been reported in bladder,2 ,11 nuchal and occipital area,4 shoulder girdle,12 spinal cord,3 ,13 right atrium,25 right ventricle,14 ,15 L5 nerve root,16 medulla oblongata,17 ,18 skin,19 carpal tunnel,20 calf21 and paraspinal muscle.22. Because the needle in our patient was not migrating, the only symptom he developed was fear about his general condition. However, patients may develop a whole range of symptoms depending on the location of the needle. In a case described by von Riedenauer et al acupuncture needles retained in a 25-year-old patient caused pneumothorax followed by dyspnoea.12 The acupuncture procedure had been carried out 5 years before this presentation, for treatment of right shoulder pain. A case of argyria (deposition of silver in the skin) caused by embedded acupuncture needles was also reported.19 Abumi et al described a 60-year-old patient who had a needle that penetrated to the medulla oblongata, which was discovered 18 years after the acupuncture ...
Paul Karason was born a fair-skinned, freckled boy with reddish blond hair. But later, he developed skin with a bluish tinge against his shocking white hair as he grew older, the result of a rare medical syndrome known as argyria or silver poisoning from dietary supplements.
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Methods for the deposition of silver-comprising films on nonconducting substrates, and, more particularly, to deposition of such films that are very thin, are provided. The surface of nonconducting substrates is modified with a superabsorbent polymer to increase silver deposition when compared to a non-modified surface. Also provided are films produced using a swelling agent, whereby porosity of the surface of the nonconducting substrate is increased, thereby permitting increased silver deposition when compared to an unmodified surface.
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Amalgam Tattoo: Ever notice a small blue-gray "stain" in a soft part of your mouth after dental work? Called amalgam tattoos, they occur when a tiny piece of amalgam filling gets embedded in your cheek or gum. The silver in the amalgam leaches into your mouths soft tissue, resulting in what looks a bit like a tiny tattoo. Amalgam tattoos pose no harm. But if the blue-gray spot grows or changes color, there is a good possibility it may not be an amalgam tattoo. Ask your dentist to check it out ...
Lead has been found in at least 922 of 1,300 National Priorities List sites (hazardous waste sites) identified by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. A release from an industrial plant, or from a container, does not always lead to exposure. You can be exposed to a chemical only when you come into contact with it. Exposures occur through breathing, eating, or drinking substances containing the chemical, or from skin contact with it. If you are exposed to lead, the appearance of symptoms and their seriousness is dependent upon how much, how long and by what way you were exposed. Your sex, age, lifestyle and state of health also contribute.. What is lead?. Lead is a naturally occurring bluish-gray metal found in small amounts in the earths crust. It has no special taste or smell. Lead can be found in all parts of our environment. Most of it came from human activities like mining, manufacturing, and the burning of fossil fuels. Because of health concerns, lead from gasoline, paints and ...
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Last years proposal to modify the definition of occupational disease has been reintroduced this year and is scheduled to be heard in the Senate Commerce & Labor Committee next week. SB 5509 specifies an occupational disease claim must arise out of and in the course of employment where the worker is exposed to the disease and outlines this four-part test:. ...
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An occupational disease or illness refers to any disease that arises from exposure to a risk factor while at work or during a work-related activity.
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A new study by the AFL-CIO found that 4,585 workers were killed while at work in the US in 2013, and another 50,000 died from occupational diseases.
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Bacterial infection represents a major cause of implant failure in dentistry. A common approach to overcoming this issue and treating peri-implant infection consists in the use of antibiotics. However, the rise of multidrug-resistant bacteria poses serious concerns to this strategy. A promising alternative is the use of antimicrobial peptides due to their broad-spectrum activity against bacteria and reduced bacterial resistance responses. The aim of the present study was to determine the in vitro antibacterial activity of the human lactoferrin-derived peptide hLf1-11 anchored to titanium surfaces. To this end, titanium samples were functionalized with the hLf1-11 peptide either by silanization methods or physical adsorption. X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy analyses confirmed the successful covalent attachment of the hLf1-11 peptide onto titanium surfaces. Lactate dehydrogenase assay determined that hLf1-11 peptide did not affect fibroblast viability. An outstanding reduction in the adhesion and ...
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Nuclear sclerosis, or lenticular sclerosis, is a condition common in older pets that causes the pupils of their eyes to take on a cloudy bluish-gray look.
According to the North Carolina General Statutes, occupational diseases covered by workers compensation are diseases caused by conditions that are characteristic with a particular trade or occupation, but excluding ordinary diseases of life to which the general public is equally exposed outside of the employment. For example, if a worker, whose job was a paint sprayer for many years, has lung damage due to him breathing a specific chemical in the paint, he would probably have an occupational disease. However, an office worker who happens to develop a lung disease that is common to the everyday public would probably not have a compensable occupational disease under workers compensation.. The list of occupational diseases is listed in North Carolina General Statute 97-53. There are presently twenty eight specific diseases listed in this section. Common examples of potential occupational diseases include, but are not limited to, mercury poisoning, asbestosis, anthrax, arsenic poisoning, and ...
The cover shows that toroidal condensates of duplex DNA can be used as templates for facile preparation of monodisperse nanorings of noble metals. In the work by Zinchenko and co-workers, reported on p. 2820, conformational transition of long DNA chains from elongated coils into compact toroidal condensates changes the manner of reduced silver deposition, from DNA chain metallization with nanoparticles to the formation of silver rings. A one-pot, three-step, simple preparation method leads to formation of well-defined monodisperse silver nanorings (100 nm in diameter) dispersed in water. ...
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Define gonococcal stomatitis. gonococcal stomatitis synonyms, gonococcal stomatitis pronunciation, gonococcal stomatitis translation, English dictionary definition of gonococcal stomatitis. n. Inflammation of the mucous tissue of the mouth. n inflammation of the mouth stomatitic adj n. inflammation of the mouth. Noun 1. stomatitis -...
Silver nitrate is an inorganic compound with chemical formula AgNO 3. This compound is a versatile precursor to many other silver compounds, such as those u
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Needed upgrading and changes in the current OSHA regulatory scheme were discussed. Two additional policy tools were discussed. One was the occupational disease risk notification, medical monitoring and health promotion system. Workers who have already been exposed to high levels of toxic substances and who are at high risk of latent occupational diseases need a federal program to identify, notify
World Day for Safety and Health at Work 28 April 2013 Questions and Answers about the prevention of occupational diseases Occupational diseases cause huge suffering and loss in the world of work. Yet,
Proving that your condition is a viable occupational disease requires extensive knowledge and experience. Attorney has a thorough understanding of occupational diseases and will pay personalized, thorough attention to your case to determine whether you have a viable claim.. Insurance companies will often investigate your case to determine that you had a pre-existing condition, and that the employer is not responsible for your illness. A skilled lawyer is essential for combating tactics like these.. ...
The most common cause for a black dot to appear on the inside of a persons cheek is an amalgam tattoo, according to simplestepsdental.com. This usually happens after a visit to the dentist for a...
Occupational disease and injury surveillance entails the systematic monitoring of health events in working populations in order to prevent and control...
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complete silver - This refers to the measurement of the silver colloid that features the silver content material in the particles that is metallic silver and the silver ions that are in solution (dissolved). Along with particles and ions, silver existing in the form of silver compounds would even be included in the measurement of total silver. Superior quality silver colloids incorporate Practically no silver compounds. turbidity - Cloudiness or opaqueness of drinking water on account of suspended particles from the drinking water creating a reduction while in the transmission of light. Turbidity is measured by passing a beam of light through the sample and detecting the scattered light at 90-degrees with the incident gentle. The unit of measure could be the Nephelometric Turbidity Device (NTU) and that is numerically similar to a Formazin Turbidity Device (FTU). Calibration of the turbidimeter is by standards of identified turbidity consisting of formazin solutions. For colloidal silver ...
M1.CV.75) A 14-year-old male presents to his primary care physician with complaints of shortness of breath and easy fatigability when exercising for extended periods of time. He also reports that, when he exercises, his lower legs and feet turn a bluish-gray color. He cannot remember visiting a doctor since he was in elementary school. His vital signs are as follows: HR 72, BP 148/65, RR 14, and SpO2 97%. Which of the following murmurs and/or findings would be expected on auscultation of the precordium? ...
Extreme exposure of your feet to cold for a prolonged period can lead to a serious condition called frostbite. Frostbite starts by producing pain and a burning sensation in the exposed areas. This is followed by numbness in toes or feet and changes in skin color, from pale or red to bluish-gray or black. People with a history of frostbite often get it again in the same place.. Superficial frostbite injuries refer to those that involve the skin and subcutaneous tissue. When the damage goes more deeply, beyond the subcutaneous tissue and into muscles, nerves, tendons, or bones, they are classified as deep frostbite injuries. The extent of the injury impacts the prognosis for healing and long-term complications.. Children, the elderly, and diabetics are more prone to frostbite because of the size of their extremities or poor circulation. People who live or work outdoors also have a higher likelihood of contracting frostbite because of their increased exposure to the cold.. If you suspect that you ...
Thalassinoides isp. burrow networks filled with green to dark bluish-gray glauconite pellets occur in the Cretaceous to Paleogene Hornerstown Formation and in the uppermost 1-2 m of the underlying Upper Cretaceous Navesink and New Egypt Formations at many central New Jersey Cretaceous-Paleogene (K/Pg) boundary sections. Near the base of the Hornerstown Formation is a renowned bonebed, the Main Fossiliferous Layer (MFL), which contains isolated to articulated Cretaceous marine reptiles, turtles, birds, and crocodiles interpreted as a thanatocoenosis. We investigated the bulk chemical composition of the burrow fill and surrounding matrix in the largely unconsolidated sections of the K-Pg interval at two sites, Inversand and Walnridge (Meirs) Farm, New Jersey, using a Niton XL3t XRF analyzer to place them in proper stratigraphic context. Bulk matrix Zr and Ti concentrations decrease up section as a result of transgression, deepening, and increased distance from source areas. In contrast, an ...
As presently used in medicine, silver compounds may be divided roughly into two general classes, namely, the soluble silver salts such as the nitrates and citrates, and the relatively insoluble compounds such as the oxides, halogen salts (chlorides and iodides), and the proteinates which do not dissolve but which are presented as colloidal suspensions. Of the soluble silver salts the most common is the nitrate, which acts as ...
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An occupational disease is any chronic ailment that occurs as a result of work or occupational activity. It is an aspect of occupational safety and
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Stevens RG, Hansen J, Costa G, Haus E, Kauppinen T, Aronson KJ, Castaño-Vinyals G, Davis S, Frings-Dresen MH, Fritschi L, Kogevinas M, Kogi K, Lie JA, Lowden A, Peplonska B, Pesch B, Pukkala E, Schernhammer E, Travis RC, Vermeulen R, Zheng T, Cogliano V, Straif K. Considerations of circadian impact for defining shift work in cancer studies: IARC Working Group Report. Occup Environ Med. 2011 Feb; 68(2):154-62 ...
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Fox and Modak (1974) explored the mechanism of prevention of burn wound infections by silver sulfadiazine. At the time of publication, it had been known for quite a while that silver sulfadiazine (Figure 5) delivered in the form of a topical cream was effective at preventing infections in burn wounds, however it was not known if the antimicrobial activity was due entirely to the silver ions or if the sulfadiazine anion also contributed to the bactericidal effect. Tests from the study showed that sulfadiazine from silver sulfadiazine does not get transported into cells as much as silver. Silver isotopes (110Ag+) were also used to show that silver ions that enter cells complex with DNA. Additionally, the rate at which certain silver containing compounds release silver ions into solution was measured by adding silver compounds to human serum and measuring the amount of unreacted silver compound with increasing time (Figure 6). Notice in Figure 6 how silver sulfadiazine (Ag sulfadiazine) gradually ...
Whartons jelly (substantia gelatinea funiculi umbilicalis) is a gelatinous substance within the umbilical cord also present in vitreous humor of the eyeball, largely made up of mucopolysaccharides (hyaluronic acid and chondroitin sulfate). It also contains some fibroblasts and macrophages. It is derived from extra-embryonic mesoderm. As a mucous tissue, it protects and insulates umbilical blood vessels. Whartons jelly, when exposed to temperature changes, collapses structures within the umbilical cord and thus provides a physiological clamping of the cord (an average of) 5 minutes after birth. Cells in Whartons jelly express several stem cell genes, including telomerase. They can be extracted, cultured, and induced to differentiate into mature cell types such as neurons. Whartons jelly is therefore a potential source of adult stem cells (also see the more common method of storing cord blood). Whartons jelly-derived mesenchymal stem cells may have immunomodulatory effect on lymphocytes. In a ...
Acute and chronic aquatic toxicity data are available for a range of different freshwater and marine species. For silver and silver compounds, the acute ecotoxicity reference value (ERV) is 0.22 µg Ag/L and the chronic ERV is 0.1 µg Ag/L. In line with the risk assessment/classification approach adopted for other metals and inorganic metal compounds (ECHA 2013), ecotoxicity data are reported in terms of the concentration of dissolved silver ions from soluble inorganic silver species. Predominantly, these are studies that used silver nitrate (AgNO3) as the source of dissolved silver ions. Silver nitrate is considered to be the form of silver with the greatest toxicity as it dissociates rapidly and completely in aqueous solution. Where data for silver nitrate was not available, data derived from other inorganic salts (e.g. silver chloride) were used, but only after the exposure conditions were determined to be acceptable (e.g. testing was conducted within the limits of solubility and the Ag+ ion ...
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Clifton Mining (CFTN-OTC) and American Biotech produce a colloidal silver compound that arrests the effects of malaria. The mosquito-born fever kills 2.7 million people a year, mostly African children. The world spends $300 million a year on malaria control and a WHO progress report on the $700 million Roll Back Malaria campaign conducted over the past two years has achieved little. UN Secretary General Kofi Annan is from Ghana, where successful tests have been completed, which in hospital trials shows that American Biotech and Clifton Minings colloidal silver product ASAP arrests the effects of malaria. The two companies representative met this week with WHO executives to discuss the possible use of ASAP via the World Health Organization. Malaria costs the African economy $12 billion a year. Here is another happy colloidal silver user. Gary, excellent info on colloidal silver. A few months ago, I began using a product called Sea Silver. To make a long story short, it is a LIQUID multi- ...
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Most of the costs of occupational disease are not covered by workers compensation. First, the authors estimated the deaths and costs for all occupational disease in 1999, using epidemiological studies. Among the greatest contributors were job-related cancer, chronic respiratory disease, and circulatory disease. Second, the authors estimated the number of workers compensation cases, costs, and de
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APIL has a specialist accreditation for occupational disease claims. If an APIL members profile displays the specialist accreditation logo it shows that they have achieved a particularly high standard of expertise and competence and that they actually specialise in this area of the law. However, due to the specialised nature of this accreditation we may not have a member with specialist accreditation in your area.. Only accredited members appear on the public search facility. If an APIL members profile does not display the occupational disease specialist logo they will still be accredited at one of the general levels offered by APIL, having satisfied APILs specific and extensive criteria by providing evidence of their competency and experience in handling personal injury claims.. ...
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Rev. 5/24/2016 4:21:00 PM--2015]. CHAPTER 617 - OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES. GENERAL PROVISIONS. NRS 617.010 Short title. NRS 617.015 Rights and liabilities of employers and employees.. NRS 617.017 Rights and remedies exclusive; provisions of chapter conclusive and obligatory; exclusive remedy extends to architects and engineers working for contractor; compensation bars recovery in other states.. NRS 617.020 Definitions.. NRS 617.030 Casual defined.. NRS 617.050 Compensation defined.. NRS 617.060 Disablement and total disablement defined.. NRS 617.065 Disease related to asbestos defined.. NRS 617.070 Employee and worker defined.. NRS 617.080 Employee : Persons excluded.. NRS 617.091 Employee : Lessees engaged in mining or operating a reduction plant.. NRS 617.100 Employee : Subcontractors and employees.. NRS 617.105 Employee : Real estate licensees.. NRS 617.110 Employer defined.. NRS 617.120 Independent contractor defined.. NRS 617.130 Medical benefits defined.. NRS 617.135 Police officer ...
Many work-related injuries that employees sustain are due to accidents, but some of these injuries are the result of occupational diseases. Under workers compensation insurance, all states provide some coverage for diseases that are a...
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In Bohemia, Inc. v. McKillop, 112 Or App 261, 828 P2d 1041 (1992), we rejected an argument that, under the statute, the earlier of the two dates in subparagraph (a) should be compared with the earlier of the two dates in subparagraph (b) to determine which of those earlier dates was later, and that the later of those dates started the one-year limitation period. We held instead that the legislature "more likely" intended to start the limitation period at the last of the four dates described in subparagraphs (a) and (b)--that is, the date the claimant discovered the occupational disease, the date he should have discovered it, the date he was disabled, or the date he was informed by a physician that he was suffering from the disease. Id. at 265. We reached that conclusion despite the fact that it rendered subparagraph (a) internally redundant because "[o]bviously, the date that a worker should have discovered an occupational disease can never be after the date that the worker actually discovered ...
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Since the original establishment of the ILO List of Occupational Diseases in 1925 (C18) with 3 occupational diseases [13], the list has played a key role in harmonizing the development of policies on occupational diseases and in promoting their prevention at the international level. The ILO List of Occupational Diseases has been updated continually, reflecting changes in the structure of modern industry and the scientific advancement of occupational medicine. In addition, as an agreement of the tripartite meetings and approved results of the International Labour Conference, the ILO list of occupational disease should have been in the common territory of workers, employers, and governments. Until C121 was revised in 1980, the ILO List of Occupational Diseases had been an appended schedule for a workers compensation scheme, in which the included items were limited. Since R194, the ILO List has changed to a focus on prevention, recording, and reporting of occupational diseases by expanding its ...
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In January 2012, PTRC represented to the Government of Gujarat to amend schedule III of the Act, which empowers the empowers the state government to make necessary changes in the list of occupational disease in schedule III, which lists diseases for which compensation may be claimed.. In a letter to the state labour minister, Jagdish Patel of the PTRC had said, since Gujarat is one of the most industrialized states, "safer and healthier workplace" should be one of the important prerequisites for its working population. It suggested that the state has so far failed to provide "legal protection for protection of health and safety at work for millions of workers in organized and unorganized sectors.". "Millions of workers either die or get disabled in accidents or occupational disease each year even as they contribute to the gross domestic product (GDP) of our country. We badly need to review labour laws", Patel said, adding, "Chemicals are important part of modern industry. Thousands of chemicals ...
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Email: [email protected] Abstract. The current list of occupational diseases in Serbia contains 56 professional diseases and is of a closed type. As such, it is closer to the legalistic apprehension of the problem of occupational diseases, implying the attitude that only the diseases that are on the list may be recognized as occupational. Option to be strived for is an open list, which is much closer to the medical definition of occupational diseases. Official statistics show that there is a small number of occupational diseases in Serbia relative to the environment and the countries of Western Europe, but it does not mean that local working conditions are better than in other parts of the world. The verification of occupational diseases in our country is greatly complicated - difficult for many reasons, but also because of the lack of guidelines - procedures for proper regulation. Guidelines are not legally binding, but professional attitudes, which have the force of regulations in professional ...
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Argyria: Background, Pathophysiology, EtiologyArgyria: Background, Pathophysiology, Etiology

Argyria is characterized by gray to gray-black staining of the skin and mucous membranes produced by silver deposition. ... Argyria results from prolonged contact with or ingestion of silver salts. ... encoded search term (Argyria) and Argyria What to Read Next on Medscape. Medscape Consult. ... Argyria results from prolonged contact with or ingestion of silver salts. Argyria is characterized by gray to gray-black ...
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Researchers Describe Process In Which Ingesting Silver Can Turn Your Skin Blue - RedorbitResearchers Describe Process In Which Ingesting Silver Can Turn Your Skin Blue - Redorbit

Its been known for years that silver had something to do with argyria. Argyria has been documented in patients who have ... The study shows, for the first time, how ingesting too much silver can cause argyria, which is a rare condition that turns a ... Hurt and his colleagues say that argyria is the result of a set of complex chemical reactions. ... playing a role in the development of argyria. ...
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It may take the form of generalized argyria or local argyria. Generalized argyria affects large areas over much of the visible ... The terms argyria and argyrosis have long been used interchangeably, with argyria being used more frequently. Argyrosis has ... "Rosemarys Story." Rosemary Jacobs explains her argyria; includes photographs. Accessed February 24, 2007. "Systemic Argyria ... Local argyria shows in limited regions of the body, such as patches of skin, parts of the mucous membrane or the conjunctiva. ...
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Argyria interrupta is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Zeller in 1866. It is found in Venezuela. "global ...
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Argyria - definition of argyria by The Free DictionaryArgyria - definition of argyria by The Free Dictionary

argyria synonyms, argyria pronunciation, argyria translation, English dictionary definition of argyria. n discoloration of the ... argyria. Also found in: Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.. Related to argyria: Colloidal silver ... Argyria - definition of argyria by The Free Dictionary https://www.thefreedictionary.com/argyria ... Argyria is a condition that occurs when silver is deposited in the body; it can be a local or systemic problem.. Silver ...
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Scleral argyria in same patient. (Courtesy of Suraj Reddy, MD). Figure 3.. Nailbed argyria in the same patient. (Courtesy of ... Focal argyria may be excised or ignored. If argyria is due to implanted silver acupuncture needles, they should be removed to ... Argyria (Argyrosis, Argyriasis, Amalgam tattoo). Are You Confident of the Diagnosis?. What you should be alert for in the ... Focal argyria may also present with slate gray patches or punctate blue gray macules in areas of skin that were at one time ...
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Argyria (Silver Poisoning) - The Anti-Aging Medical ClinicArgyria (Silver Poisoning) - The Anti-Aging Medical Clinic

Argyria is caused by prolonged contact with or ingestion of silver salts. Argyria is characterized by gray to gray-black ... Cases of argyria have followed the prolonged use of silver salts for the irrigation of urethral or nasal mucous membranes, in ... Argyria has also been attributed to surgical and dental procedures, also silver amalgam-tattooing, and silver sutures used in ... Great individual variability exists in the length of exposure and total dose needed to bring out the signs of argyria. There is ...
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Argyria, local | definition of argyria, local by Medical dictionaryArgyria, local | definition of argyria, local by Medical dictionary

... argyria, local explanation free. What is argyria, local? Meaning of argyria, local medical term. What does argyria, local mean? ... Looking for online definition of argyria, local in the Medical Dictionary? ... argyria, local. argyria, local (ärjir´ēə),. n a localized blue pigmentation of the oral mucosa from the deposition of silver ... Argyria, local , definition of argyria, local by Medical dictionary https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/argyria%2c ...
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Argyria (Argyrosis, Argyriasis, Amalgam tattoo) - Renal and Urology NewsArgyria (Argyrosis, Argyriasis, Amalgam tattoo) - Renal and Urology News

Scleral argyria in same patient. (Courtesy of Suraj Reddy, MD). Figure 3.. Nailbed argyria in the same patient. (Courtesy of ... Focal argyria may be excised or ignored. If argyria is due to implanted silver acupuncture needles, they should be removed to ... Focal argyria may also present with slate gray patches or punctate blue gray macules in areas of skin that were at one time ... Focal argyria may present as blue, gray or black amalgam tattoos on buccal or labial mucosa. Necessarily this will occur on ...
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Section of Skin from Case of Pigmentation (Argyria)Section of Skin from Case of Pigmentation (Argyria)

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Does IONIC SILVER™ cause Argyria or Blue Skin?Does IONIC SILVER™ cause Argyria or "Blue Skin"?

... April 26, 2017. argyria blue skin cause Ionic ... Argyria is a discoloration of the skin wherein the skin turns a blue-grey color as a result of over exposure to certain forms ... Argyria is known to be caused by ingesting; 1) silver salts (compounds) such as silver nitrate, 2) high concentrations of ionic ... silver, 3) protein based silver products AKA "silver protein" or "mild silver protein". Argyria is not caused by true silver ...
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Argyria | The Addi and Cassi Fund - Niemann Pick Type CArgyria | The Addi and Cassi Fund - Niemann Pick Type C

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Argyria (blue skin) not linked to properly made Colloidal Silver - ElixaArgyria (blue skin) not linked to properly made Colloidal Silver - Elixa

Argyria (blue skin) not linked to properly made Colloidal Silver Posted at Oct 04, 2012 , by phil , No Comments Reports about a ... If argyria really happened, we would have seen many cases by now. The few reported cases used silver nitrate or extremely ... Home » Health concerns: Body » Beck Protocols » Colloidal Silver » Argyria (blue skin) not linked to properly made Colloidal ... Argyria has never been reported from pure electro-colloidal silver free of protein or other stabilizers. ...
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Argyria [Archive]  - Alchemy ForumsArgyria [Archive] - Alchemy Forums

Modern medicine is at a loss to cure argyria, but theyre at a loss for a lot of other things too. https://mymedworld.files. ... wordpress.com/2013/09/argyria.jpg?w=652 It seems the impurities ... Modern medicine is at a loss to cure argyria, but theyre at ... Another thing which might help prevent argyria is taking large doses spread apart by a month, instead of taking small amounts ... then I think your odds of getting argyria are slim. I consumed many gallons of homemade colloidal silver at 10 ppm within a two ...
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Causes and Symptoms of Argyria. Herbal treatment of Argyria by natural herbs is given in repertory format. ... Most effective herbal treatment for Argyria and herbs for Argyria. ... Universal Argyria : Ingestion and Excessive exposure to Silver, may cause Universal Argyria.. Causes of Argyria Medications. ... Types of Argyria. Localized Argyria : It may occur in the Mucous membranes of the Conjunctiva ( in the Eye ). It may also occur ...
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ARGYRIA NASALIS: REPORT OF A CASE | JAMA Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery | JAMA NetworkARGYRIA NASALIS: REPORT OF A CASE | JAMA Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery | JAMA Network

ARGYRIA NASALIS: REPORT OF A CASE. Arch Otolaryngol. 1934;19(5):582-584. doi:10.1001/archotol.1934.03790050047005 ... 1 The number of cases of generalized argyria reported as following the local use of silver nitrate or organic silver ...
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A case of generalized argyria presenting with muscle weakness | Annals of Occupational and Environmental Medicine | Full TextA case of generalized argyria presenting with muscle weakness | Annals of Occupational and Environmental Medicine | Full Text

Herein, we report a case of generalized argyria that developed after chronic ingestion of soluble silver-nano particles and ... Clinicians should be aware of clinical manifestations of argyria and consider it in differential diagnosis when they examine ... The patient was diagnosed with generalized argyria with polyneuropathy and myopathy and transferred to a rehabilitation ... which are diagnostic findings of argyria. We reviewed pathology slides obtained from the left thigh muscles and found markedly ...
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What is Argyria?. 4 months ago. A rare disorder, argyria is typified by a blue discoloration of the skin and develops due to ...
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4. Argyria. "Smurf Diease" is what Argyria is sometimes called because with this rare condition, your skin literally turns blue ... You can tell a diference between Argyria and Methemoglobinemia (Argyria looks more artifical looking to me.). See links:. http ... As far as Argyria goes, Id never heard of it until reading this, and though there is no cure, it sounds to me as if it is ... Entry 4: Who on earth refers to Argyria as Smurf disease? The condition is so rare that I struggle to understand why such a ...
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Micrelephas interruptus - WikispeciesMicrelephas interruptus - Wikispecies

Argyria mesozonalis Hampson, 1919 (synonymized by Landry, Becker et Mally, 2013: 102) *Type locality: Peru, La Oroya. *Holotype ... Argyria antonialis Schaus, 1922 (synonymized by Landry, Becker et Mally, 2013: 102) *Type locality: Colombia, San Antonio. * ...
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Colloidal Silver Safety ConsiderationsColloidal Silver Safety Considerations

Argyria. Argyria is the graying of the skin. Colloidal silver can be produced either chemically or electrically. Argyria is a ... It caused Argyria, a cosmetic bluing or graying of the skin produced by a build-up of un-dissolved silver particles in the ... There has never been a single case of argyria caused from electrically produced silver colloid. It has been consumed by humans ... However, all of the silver salts are identified as toxic, although the only adverse effect noted is Argyria. Therefore, the ...
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Differential Diagnosis: Antibiotic, Multiple skin lesionsDifferential Diagnosis: Antibiotic, Multiple skin lesions

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Colloidal Silver Safety ConsiderationsColloidal Silver Safety Considerations

Argyria. Argyria is the graying of the skin. Colloidal silver can be produced either chemically or electrically. Argyria is a ... It caused Argyria, a cosmetic bluing or graying of the skin produced by a build-up of un-dissolved silver particles in the ... There has never been a single case of argyria caused from electrically produced silver colloid. It has been consumed by humans ... However, all of the silver salts are identified as toxic, although the only adverse effect noted is Argyria. Therefore, the ...
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  • Argyria is characterized by gray to gray-black staining of the skin and mucous membranes produced by silver deposition. (medscape.com)
  • The most common cause of argyria is mechanical impregnation of the skin by small silver particles in workers involved in silver mining, silver refining, silverware and metal alloy manufacturing, metallic films on glass and china, electroplating solutions, and photographic processing. (medscape.com)
  • Argyria has also been attributed to surgical and dental procedures (eg, silver amalgam-tattooing, silver sutures used in abdominal surgery). (medscape.com)
  • [ 8 ] Argyria also happens as an occupational disease in workers who prepare artificial pearls or who are employed in the cutting and polishing of silver (absorption of silver dust). (medscape.com)
  • the smallest amount of silver reported to produce generalized argyria in humans ranges from 4-5 g to 20-40 g. (medscape.com)
  • The famous Blue Man, a member of the Barnum and Bailey Circus sideshow, had a classic case of argyria. (medscape.com)
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