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*  Dental drill
These include laser ablation systems and air abrasion devices (essentially miniature sand blasters) or dental treatments with ... The modern incarnation of the dental drill is the air turbine (or air rotor) handpiece, developed by John Patrick Walsh (later ... "BDA Museum: Collections: Dental equipment: Clockwork drill and dental engine". British Dental Association. 7 June 2013. ... MedTerms definition for Drill, dental "Dental drills - enemy of the people?" from the British Dental Association museum ...
*  Dentin hypersensitivity
Evaporation - air blast from a dental instrument. Chemical - acids, e.g. dietary, gastric, acid etch during dental treatments. ... dental abrasion), or a sign of chronic periodontitis (gum disease). Other less common causes are acid erosion (e.g. related to ... cold air, coolant water jet from a dental instrument. Electrical - electric pulp testers. Mechanical-tactile - dental probe ... The examination includes a pain provocation test by blasting air from a dental instrument onto the sensitive area, or gentle ...
*  Tooth enamel
The most popular example is the dental sealant. In the past, the process of placing dental sealants involved removing enamel in ... The recommended dosage of fluoride in drinking water depends on air temperature. Fluoride catalyzes the diffusion of calcium ... Other nonbacterial processes of enamel destruction include abrasion (involving foreign elements, such as toothbrushes), erosion ... Invented in 1955, acid-etching employs dental etchants and is used frequently when bonding dental restoration to teeth. This is ...
*  China Airlines Flight 611
"All 225 feared dead in Taiwan air crash". CNN. Retrieved 11 November 2014. "Taiwan's Tragic Air Crash Kills 225 People". ... The victims were identified by visual identification, personal effects, fingerprints, dental examinations and through DNA ... significant back abrasions and pelvic injuries. Most of the bodies were nearly intact except, in some cases, for fractured ... "Kalitta Air N714CK (Boeing 747 - MSN 22446) (Ex B-18753 B-1886)". Airfleets.net. Retrieved 2015-03-19. "Crash: Kalitta B742 at ...
*  Yorkshire Terrier
Wynne adopted Smoky while he was serving with the 5th Air Force in the Pacific. Pasha, Tricia Nixon Cox's pet Yorkie, lived in ... Like other small breeds, Yorkies are also prone to severe dental disease. Because they have a small jaw, their teeth can become ... Distichiae can irritate the eye and cause tearing, squinting, inflammation, corneal abrasions or corneal ulcers, and scarring. ... Professional teeth cleaning by a veterinarian may also be required to prevent the development of dental problems. Certain ...
*  Camas pocket gopher
This gives a dental formula of 1.0.1.31.0.1.3, for a total of 20 teeth. The slender incisors are prominent and distinctive, ... This can injure the roots and expose them to air, causing them to dry out. Subterranean activity can also damage the roots of ... smooth with yellow surface enamel and white tips due to soil abrasion. These distinctive, large, protuberant upper incisors ...
*  Tooth polishing
Graumann, Sarah; Sensat, Michelle; Stoltenberg, Joe (2013). "Air Polishing: A Review of Current Literature". Journal of Dental ... Risk of generating frictional heat, and increased abrasion to the tooth surface may result from increased contact time, ... Air-powder polishing is used with a specially designed handpiece. This device is called Prophy-jet. It delivers an air-powder ... "American Dental Hygienists' Association Position Paper on the Oral Prophylaxis" (PDF). www.adha.org. American Dental Hygienists ...
*  Conservation and restoration of outdoor bronze objects
Veloz found that a lower pressure of air is needed than the other varieties, though still a large quantity of air is required ... Some tools used in this scenario are: "glass-fiber brushes, painting brushes, dental picks, a pin held in a pin vice, wooden ... and produce a metallurgically clean surface without abrasion. Unwanted scale, accretions and corrosion products are shattered ... Using walnut shells as an air abrasive was developed as a gentler form of cleaning than sand-blasting or glass bead peening. ...
*  Methamphetamine
... which may cause genital sores and abrasions as well as priapism in men. Methamphetamine may also cause sores and abrasions in ... Hussain F, Frare RW, Py Berrios KL (2012). "Drug abuse identification and pain management in dental patients: a case study and ... The product delivers in each 800 milliliters of air 0.04 to 0.150 milligrams of levmetamfetamine. "Identification". ... According to the American Dental Association, meth mouth "is probably caused by a combination of drug-induced psychological and ...
*  Bruxism
Occlusal splints (also termed dental guards) are commonly prescribed, mainly by dentists and dental specialists, as a treatment ... However, the fact that the cavities are V-shaped does not suggest that the damage is caused by toothbush abrasion, and that ... Polysomnography may involve electroencephalography, electromyography, electrocardiography, air flow monitoring and audio-video ... Tooth fractures, and repeated failure of dental restorations (fillings, crowns, etc.). Hypersensitive teeth, (e.g. dental pain ...
*  Anodizing
When exposed to air at room temperature, or any other gas containing oxygen, pure aluminum self-passivates by forming a surface ... Anodized titanium is used in a recent generation of dental implants. An anodized oxide layer has a thickness in the range of 30 ... although it is not completely effective and reduces abrasion resistance by 20%. The oxide is converted into its hydrated form, ... However, these same pores will later permit air or water to reach the substrate and initiate corrosion if not sealed. They are ...
*  ICD-10 Chapter XIX: Injury, poisoning and certain other consequences of external causes
Effects of air pressure and water pressure (T70.0) Otitic barotrauma (T70.1) Sinus barotrauma (T70.2) Other and unspecified ... otorhinolaryngological and dental drugs (T50) Poisoning by diuretics and other unspecified drugs, medicaments and biological ... Injury of conjunctiva and corneal abrasion without mention of foreign body (S05.1) Contusion of eyeball and orbital tissues ( ... Air embolism (traumatic) (T79.1) Fat embolism (traumatic) (T79.2) Traumatic secondary and recurrent haemorrhage (T79.3) Post- ...
*  Passivation (chemistry)
When exposed to air, many metals naturally form a hard, relatively inert surface, as in the tarnish of silver. In the case of ... The anodic coating consists of hydrated aluminum oxide and is considered resistant to corrosion and abrasion. This finish is ... This fact is useful in water treatment and sewage treatment applications Cold welding Dental implant Pilling-Bedworth ratio ... or allowed to build from spontaneous oxidation in the air. As a technique, passivation is the use of a light coat of a ...
*  2008 Noida double murder case
... dental clinic. Rajesh stated that two days before the murders, he had reprimanded Thadarai for making an incorrect dental cast ... The body was lying on the left of the roof entrance near the external unit of the air conditioner (AC), and was covered by a ... Hemraj's body had been dragged at least 20 feet on the terrace after his death, as evident by a blood trail and abrasion- ... Produced by Delhi-based film-making collective Jamun, the podcast has been aired on Arré and Saavn on a weekly basis since ...
*  Cornea
Because the change in refractive index between cornea and aqueous humor is relatively small compared to the change at the air- ... The most common corneal disorders are the following: Corneal abrasion - a medical condition involving the loss of the surface ... suggests the density of pain receptors in the cornea is 300-600 times greater than skin and 20-40 times greater than dental ... Irregularity or edema of the corneal epithelium disrupts the smoothness of the air/tear-film interface, the most significant ...
*  List of ICD-9 codes 800-999: injury and poisoning
Abrasion or friction burn of other multiple and unspecified sites without infection (919.1) Abrasion or friction burn of other ... Air embolism as an early complication of trauma (958.1) Fat embolism as an early complication of trauma (958.2) Secondary and ... and dental drugs (977) Poisoning by other and unspecified drugs and medicinal substances (978) Poisoning by bacterial vaccines ... Effects of air pressure (993.0) Barotrauma, otitic (994) Effects of other external causes (994.0) Effects of lightning (994.1) ...
*  Horse colic
The weight and abrasion of the sand or dirt causes the bowel wall to become inflamed and can cause a reduction in colonic ... Other possible factors include poor dental care, course roughage, dehydration, and limited exercise. Horses with a large colon ... Temperature should be taken prior to rectal examination, as the introduction of air will falsely lower rectal temperature. ... poor dental care, poor mastication, inadequate drinking, ingestion of a foreign object, and alterations in the normal function ...
*  Hiking equipment
Swimming goes with the first Rule of 3: air. If a hiker is swept off his or her feet into deep water, or falls into a lake, ... Dental hygiene: toothbrush (may be sharpened for a marlin spike for rope work), etc. Feminine hygiene that doubles as first-aid ... Long-sleeved shirt and long pants provide sun and insect protection, and help to reduce abrasions when plowing through brush ... Cody Lundin writes about the "Rule of 3s"; this relates to human survival without basics: three minutes without air, three ...
*  Hadrosaurid
Lambeosaurine crests had air chambers that may have produced a distinct sound and meant that their crests could have been used ... The material showed little or none of the abrasion that would have resulted from transport, meaning the fossils were buried ... Williams, Vincent S.; Barrett, Paul M.; Purnell, Mark A. (2009). "Quantitative analysis of dental microwear in hadrosaurid ...
*  Baleen whale
... they can see much better in the air than in the water. The eyeballs are protected by a thick outer layer to prevent abrasions, ... They were small with shortened rostra, and a primitive dental formula (3.1.4.33.1.4.3). In baleen whales, enlarged mouths ... These may control air flow and cause vibrations. The walls of the larynx are able to contract which may generate sound with ... In most mammals, keratin structures, such as wool, air-dry, but aquatic whales rely on calcium salts to form on the plates to ...
*  Asbestos
The visible fibers are themselves each composed of millions of microscopic "fibrils" that can be released by abrasion and other ... More than 1,000 tons of asbestos are thought to have been released into the air following the buildings' destruction. ... liquids and wine Dental cast linings HVAC flexible duct connectors Drilling fluid additives In the European Union and Australia ... This fabric is lighter than asbestos, but offers the same bulk, thickness, hand, feel, and abrasion resistance as asbestos. The ...
*  Stalemate in Southern Palestine
... two dental staff sergeants, a lieutenant, and a field ambulance member were wounded. A second air raid at 22:00 the next night ... abrasions, sore eyes, sprained ankles, damaged hands and feet were dressed by the hospital staff. The MO would then decide to ... The expansion of the air force led to EEF aircraft dominating the air war, which became quieter when photography patrols were ... We cleared out into our funk holes, but no damage done." An air raid on Kantara, on 25 May, attempted to blow up a section of ...
*  Plastic
Open-air burning of plastic occurs at lower temperatures, and normally releases such toxic fumes. Plastics can be pyrolyzed ... Research in Environmental Health Perspectives finds that BPA leached from the lining of tin cans, dental sealants and ... enzymes or wind abrasion. In some instances, rodent, pest, or insect attack can also be considered as forms of biodegradation ... Because hydrogen chloride readily combines with water vapor in the air to form hydrochloric acid, polyvinyl chloride is not ...
*  Hygiene
Air-borne fungi are usually associated with damp conditions, poor ventilation or closed air systems. Laundry hygiene involves ... Antiseptics may be applied to cuts, wounds abrasions of the skin to prevent the entry of harmful bacteria that can cause sepsis ... Other uses of the term appear in phrases including body hygiene, personal hygiene, sleep hygiene, mental hygiene, dental ... Respiratory viruses and fungal spores are spread via the air. Good home hygiene means engaging in hygiene practices at critical ...
*  Ceramic engineering
Unmanned Air Vehicles: ceramic engine utilization in aeronautical applications (such as Unmanned Air Vehicles) may result in ... Marcel Dekker Inc., 2003) ISBN 0-8247-0988-8 Schuh, Christopher; Nieh, T.G. (2002). "Hardness and Abrasion Resistance of ... such as dental implants and synthetic bones. Hydroxyapatite, the natural mineral component of bone, has been made synthetically ...
*  List of International Organization for Standardization standards
Test methods for air interface communications at 860 MHz to 960 MHz ISO/IEC TR 18047-7:2010 Part 7: Test methods for active air ... Glass cylinders for dental local anaesthetic cartridges ISO 11040-2:2011 Part 2: Plunger stoppers for dental local anaesthetic ... Minimum requirements for spectacle lens surfaces claimed to be abrasion-resistant ISO 8999:2001 Reciprocating internal ... 4 GHz air interface protocol ISO/IEC 24730-5:2010 Part 5: Chirp spread spectrum (CSS) at 2,4 GHz air interface ISO/IEC 24730-21 ...