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*  Drug recall
List of withdrawn drugs Contamination control "Safety Recall Definitions". US Food and Drug Administration. Retrieved 20 ... Drug recalls in the United States are made by the FDA or the creators of the drug when certain criteria are met. When a drug ... the drug is removed from the market and potential legal action can be taken depending on the severity of the drug recall. Drug ... The producer must either fix the default or take the drug off the market. Drugs and medical devices are typically recalled if ...
*  Contaminated currency
"Drug contamination of US paper currency". Forensic Science Int. Retrieved 2008-07-26. Jenkins, Amanda J. "Drug contamination of ... The contamination of paper money is not limited to simply that of cocaine and other illicit drugs. Health officials in the UK ... Additionally, paper money in other parts of the world show a similar drug contamination, and studies indicate that they might ... The drug content is too low for prosecution but not too low to trigger response to drug-sniffing dogs.), though this has been ...
*  Michael Riconosciuto
No drug-lab contamination was found at the laboratory site and a member of the DOE's Hazardous Spill Response Team asserted ... "No Drug-lab Contamination Found". The Wenachee World. 1991-05-14. "Analysis of Noble Metals". Academic Press. 1977. O'Meara, ... During his trial, Riconosciuto accused the Drug Enforcement Administration of stealing two copies of his tape. Then later he ... Associated Press (1992-01-02). "Defendant Says Government Drug Charges Are Part Of Vendetta". Seattle Times Company. Retrieved ...
*  Economy of Jamaica
... drug contamination delaying deliveries, and the high cost of operation, including security costs. The Government of Jamaica ...
*  John Roncz
He designed all the airfoil surfaces to control contamination by drag increasing bug-spattering. The airflow approaching the ... Roncz was particularly interested in the world of laminar flow, that elusive concept which promises greatly reduced drag if it ...
*  Everhardus Jacobus Ariëns
With the provocative statement that the then commonly used racemates were drugs with 50% contamination. he triggered a debate ... 1971). Drug Design (Medicinal Chemical Monograph). Boston: Academic Press. ISBN 0-12-060301-2. Timmermans PBMWM; Ariëns EJ; ... Another, though less noticed controversy he started by expressing his view that drug metabolism is wasted and called for the ... doi:10.1016/S0165-6147(02)02068-0. Ariens EJ, Van Rossum JM, Simonis AM (June 1957). "Affinity, intrinsic activity and drug ...
*  Luis Nery (boxer)
Nery claimed he had failed the drug test due to food contamination. After Nery's B-sample confirmed the result, The Ring ... www.badlefthook.com/2017/8/23/16195084/luis-nery-fails-drug-test-for-zilpaterol http://www.boxingscene.com/luis-nery-ped-ruling ...
*  Pentetic acid
"FDA Approves Drugs to Treat Internal Contamination from Radioactive Elements" (press release)". United States Food and Drug ... Each drug can be administered by nebulizer for those who have breathed in contamination, and by intravenous injection for those ... DTPA forms complexes with thorium(IV), uranium(IV), neptunium(IV), and cerium(III/IV). In August, 2004 the US Food and Drug ... After that time has elapsed both calcium-DTPA and zinc-DTPA are similarly effective in reducing internal contamination with ...
*  Flunixin
However, drug recycling from bedding contamination by treated horses has been shown to potentially increase the clearance time ... Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs. Proc. AAEP 2001 (47): 182-187. May SA, Lees P. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. In ... In the United States, it is regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and may only be lawfully distributed by ... This is likely due to accumulation of the drug at inflammatory foci. Flunixin is primarily eliminated by the kidneys. Because ...
*  Intestinal parasite infection
... such as decreasing fecal contamination) Drugs are frequently used to kill parasites in the host. In earlier times, turpentine ... Rather, anthelmintic drugs now inhibit an enzyme that is necessary for the worm to make the substance that prevents the worm ... Parasitic contamination can also occur from eating raw vegetables and fruits, soil-eating behavior, and lack of available safe ... Bekele, Fitsum; Tefera, Tamirat; Biresaw, Gelila; Yohannes, Tsegaye (2017-01-01). "Parasitic contamination of raw vegetables ...
*  New England Compounding Center meningitis outbreak
Fungal contamination in relation to sterile drug recalls represents the second-most common form of microbiological ... and drugs to treat glaucoma, asthma, and erectile dysfunction, and 10 of the 29 drugs failed one or more quality tests. However ... Drug, and Cosmetic Act to grant the FDA more authority to regulate and monitor the manufacturing of compounding drugs. . The ... a large-scale drug compounder that supplies drugs to thousands of hospitals nationwide, as well. Although the FDA had ...
*  100,000,000 Guinea Pigs
Many people were shocked at the extent of food contamination and drug side-effects, and 100,000,000 Guinea Pigs, along with ... The book goes on to state that the Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906 is not effective in arresting these trends, and real reform ... 100,000,000 Guinea Pigs: Dangers in Everyday Foods, Drugs, and Cosmetics is a book written by Arthur Kallet and F.J. Schlink ... The book was also the subject of strong opposition from several quarters-not just vested interests such as the drug companies, ...
*  César Cielo
Cielo claimed the positive drug test was a result of a cross-contamination. FINA appealed Cielo's case to the Court of ... CAS claimed that a caffeine supplement had been contaminated, causing the failed drug test. CAS was convinced that the ... "Warnings Given to Cesar Cielo, Three Other Brazilian Swimmers, After Positive Drug Test". Swimming World Magazine. July 1, 2011 ... is a diuretic often used to help lose weight but it is also a masking agent which may hide the presence of other drugs. Cielo ...
*  Cleaner production
... by avoiding drag in, drag out, contamination) Improved control and automatisation Reuse of waste (internal or external) New, ...
*  Environmental persistent pharmaceutical pollutant
... feasibility for reducing water contamination by drugs, 2014 BIO Intelligence Service (2013), Study on the environmental risks ... 2006) The spread of drugs in soil and water. In: Environment and Pharmaceuticals. Stockholm: Apoteket AB. Westerlund E. (2007) ... Larsson, D.G. Joakim; De Pedro, Cecilia; Paxeus, Nicklas (2007). "Effluent from drug manufactures contains extremely high ... Mattson, B.; Näsman, I.; Ström, J. (2007). "Sweden's Voluntary Environmental Drug Classification System". Regulatory Affairs ...
*  Rebecca Abergel
Currently, the only drug approved by the Food and Drug Administration to treat radionuclide contamination is ... Using the Contamination Dose as an Example". Drug Development Research. 2012. "Rebecca Abergel". "In Vitro Metabolism and ... Finally, in a separate study, Abergel evaluated the purity of this molecule for potential drug applications, ultimately ...
*  Misconceptions about HIV/AIDS
... or cross-contamination of the drug solution and infected blood during intravenous drug use. Because these behaviors show a ... Disease-specific drugs can also alleviate symptoms of AIDS and even cure specific AIDS-defining conditions in some cases. ... In the United States, HIV first appeared in populations of injection-drug users (a majority of whom are male) and gay men. HIV ... In a survey of 229 HIV-seronegative injection-drug users in New York City, mean CD4+ T-cell counts of the group were ...
*  Baron & Budd, P.C.
Fen-Phen diet drug litigation and water contamination". In 1985, Baron & Budd filed suit on behalf of more than 1,600 Tucson- ... "Tucson-Area Water Contamination Victims Triumph in Arizona Appeals Court Ruling Against Insurer", Claims Journal, October 1, ... In 2003, Baron & Budd represented the City of Santa Monica in a landmark MTBE contamination settlement with the major oil ... In October 2010, Scott Summy, the head of Baron & Budd's water contamination team, was one of four attorneys nationwide chosen ...
*  Health in Nigeria
In 1996, about 11 children died of contamination from an experimental trial of the drug trovafloxacin. In 2008-2009, at least ... Drug quality is primarily controlled by the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC). Several ... The regulation was also meant to limit the manufacture and import of fake or sub-standard drugs and to curtail false ... In 1989 legislation made effective a list of essential drugs. ... However, the section on essential drugs was later amended. ...
*  Christopher Busby
"Bioterrorism and Drug Preparedness - FDA Approves First New Drug Application for Treatment of Radiation Contamination due to ... The FDA approves three over-the-counter drugs for iodine-131 and one prescription drug (Radiogardase®) for caesium-137 ... Drug, and Cosmetic Act). Specifically, drugs must be demonstrated to work and proven safe. In April 2011, the FDA sent warning ... renders it equivalent to a drug and subject to oversight by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) (Section 201(g)(1) of the ...
*  Lucian Bute
In-depth analyses has demonstrated beyond all doubt that the positive result of the drug test was due to contamination of ... Bute tested positive for banned drugs after draw with Jack ESPN ,Retrieved May 27, 2016 "Bute's B sample positive for banned ... went along with Bute's assertion that he ingested the substance due to contamination of nutritional supplements prescribed by ...
*  Good manufacturing practice
Controlled environmental conditions in order to prevent cross contamination of food or drug product from adulterants that may ... and these FDA report to the Central Drugs Standard Control Organization; in Pakistan by the Drug Regulatory Authority of india ... In the United States, a food or drug may be deemed "adulterated" if it has passed all of the specifications tests, but is found ... GMPs are enforced in the United States by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), under Title 21 CFR. The regulations use ...
*  Mass psychogenic illness
Various health professionals ruled out such factors as Gardasil, drinking water contamination, illegal drugs, carbon monoxide ...
*  Total organic carbon
To make sure there is no cross-contamination between product runs of different drugs, various cleaning procedures are performed ... As many of these biotechnology operations include the preparation of medicines, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) ...
*  2008 Chinese heparin adulteration
List of medicine contamination incidents CBS News, Blood-thinning drug under suspicion FDA informational page with information ... This ongoing responsibility is essential to ensure supply chain security, drug quality and drug safety, These basic commitments ... Food and Drug Administration (FDA) due to contamination of the raw heparin stock imported from China. The raw material for the ... The U.S. Food and Drug Administration was quoted as stating that at least 81 deaths were believed to be linked to a raw heparin ...
*  Norovirus
A 2006 study found the virus remained on surfaces used for food preparation seven days after contamination. Routine protocols ... Ali ES, Rajapaksha H, Jillian MC, Petrovsky N (2016). "Norovirus drug candidates that inhibit viral capsid attachment to human ... Transmission routes are fecal-oral and contamination. When a person becomes infected with norovirus, the virus is replicated ... by reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction are being employed by governmental laboratories such as the Food and Drug ...