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The potential defects in anaesthetic machines are reviewed and methods of detecting these defects are described. A logical checking procedure is presented together with a short procedure which could be used in emergency circumstances. It is suggested that these procedures are used in all anaesthetic training and practice.
This paper describes the use of an anionic ion-pair reagent (IPR) to impove the ultraviolet (UV) detection and hydrophobic retention of polar and UV transparent cations. Anionic IPR added to the mobile phase forms an ion-pair with cations. Formation of the ion-pair causes a redshift in the absorption wavength, making it possible for direct UV detection of… (More)
The phrase "Process is the Product" is often applied to biologics, including multicomponent vaccines composed of complex components that evade complete characterization. Vaccine production processes must be defined and locked early in the development cycle to ensure consistent quality of the vaccine throughout scale-up, clinical studies, and… (More)