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A modified method for the subcutaneous use of arsenic

by Alfred Abraham Herzfeld

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Published by American Medical Association in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Injections, Subcutaneous, methods,
  • Arsenic, therapeutic use

  • Edition Notes

    StatementA.A. Herzfeld
    ContributionsRoyal College of Surgeons of England
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26253633M

    The test for arsenic is based on the procedure in which all arsenic if present is converted into arsine (AsH 3) by reduction with zinc and hydrochloric acid. The reaction of the issuing gases with mercuric chloride paper producers a yellow stain which can be compared with that produced from a known amount of arsenic.   The use of natural and modified zeolites has been further investigated for the simultaneous removal of Fe and Mn ions from underground water samples. In particular, Fe and Mn removal levels are between % and % for natural zeolite - clinoptilolite. The development of new and cost effective methods to remove As from ground waterand.

    A U.S. consumer advocacy group and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) tested around 1, rice and rice products, finding detectable levels of ARSENIC in most of them, even those labeled all-natural and organic. This is likely from the long-term use of pesticides containing ARSENIC . Arsenic (As) is a white to gray, brittle solid. It occurs naturally in water and soil. Arsenic can be harmful to the eyes, skin, liver, kidneys, lungs, and lymphatic system. Exposure to arsenic can also cause cancer. Workers may be harmed from exposure to arsenic. The level of exposure depends upon the dose, duration, and work being done.

      Arsenic (As) is one of the toxic compounds which pose a high risk to large human populations. Although it had been historically used as a drug to treat skin infections, and beautification, it was also used for human murder [1, 34].The contamination of arsenic in South Asian groundwater aquifers was first reported in the mids [], and since then, a lot of work had been done for the .   Methods of detecting them in a corpse, though well developed in Christie’s day, have also vastly improved, thanks to the work of dedicated pathologists and toxicologists. In short, you are very.


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A modified method for the subcutaneous use of arsenic by Alfred Abraham Herzfeld Download PDF EPUB FB2

The hypodermic use of arsenic has long ago established itself as one of the best methods of administering this drug. The subcutaneous use of this medicament is preferable in all diseases in which a long-continued arsenic medication is indicated, particularly in those cases in which we have to deal with a pathologic gastrointestinal : A.

Herzfeld. Environmental occurrence. Arsenic is the 20 th most common element in the earth’s crust, and is emitted to the environment as a result of volcanic activity and industrial activities. Mining, smelting of non-ferrous metals and burning of fossil fuels are the major anthropogenic sources of arsenic contamination of air, water, and soil (primarily in the form of arsenic trioxide).

modified to include analysis of arsenic species due to interest expressed during the development of MethodRevision In developing methods for determination of trace metals, EPA found that one of the greatest difficulties was The method is for use in EPA's data gathering and monitoring programs associated with the Clean Water Act.

Analysis of pH as a function of adsorption time was conducted to determine the minimum time required for obtaining equilibrium adsorption. Figure 5–3 displays the experimental data for arsenic solutions with an initial concentration of μg/L adsorbed onto one gram of Solgel AA and modified AA adsorbents.

Solgel AA showed an initial pH of Cited by: 3. Arsenic in Samples Prepared by OSHA Method ID ()The purpose of this experiment was to determine if the arsenic spiked onto MCE filters could be recovered after using the sample preparation suggested in OSHA method ID ().This is an ICP method which used 4% H 2 SO 4 and 4% HCl as the acid matrix for analysis [Note: The current ICP methods use 4% H 2 SO.

The morphology of the As 2 O 3-PLGA/PLC NPs was observed by can be seen from Fig. 1, the NPs were spherical with a uniform size and smooth size of the NPs was tested by dynamic light scattering (DLS), and the results showed that these NPs had a favorable size of ± nm (PDI of ± ), which is a suitable particle size for the following study.

Iron removal processes can be used to promote arsenic removal from drinking water via adsorption and co-precipitation. Source waters with this ratio are potential candidates for arsenic removal by iron removal. (Section A of Figure 1) High iron levels (> mg/L) and Low Iron to Arsenic ratio (arsenic ratio in the.

Bramen and Foreback () and Andreae () were among the first to use this method for arsenic speciation in natural systems. The method involves a derivatization technique, and the number of methyl groups in the evolved arsine, Me x AsH 3-x, is generally the same as that in the arsenic species before reduction (Andreae ).

Constrained by low energy efficiency and ineffectiveness in As(III) removal under circumneutral pH conditions by many exsiting technologies, As(III) removal has become an issue. In this work we present proof of concept of a modified double potential step chronoamperometry (DPSC) method of As(III) oxidation and concomitant As(V) electro-sorption from aqueous solution.

Iridium-modified, boron-doped diamond electrodes fabricated by an ion implantation method have been developed for electrochemical detection of arsenite (As(III)). Ir+ ions were implanted with an energy of keV and a dose of ion cm An annealing treatment at °C for 45 min in H2 plasma (80 Torr) was required to rearrange metastable diamond produced by an implantation process.

METHOD A ARSENIC (ATOMIC ABSORPTION, GASEOUS HYDRIDE) SCOPE AND APPLICATION Method is an atomic absorption procedure for determining the concentration of arsenic in wastes, mobility procedure extracts, soils, and ground water.

Method A is approved only for sample matrices that do not. The ideal hair arsenic level is probably about to mg%. Arsenic, as with all the toxic metals, may not be revealed on early hair tests when one is on a Myers Detox Protocol program.

It is revealed later as it is eliminated from the body through the skin and hair. At times, a very low arsenic reading appears on a hair mineral analysis.

How to completely remove toxic metals from water is still a serious challenge, and is the mission that faces researchers and scientists today.

In this work, zeolite/copper oxide (CuO) and zeolite/iron oxide (Fe 3 O 4) nanocomposites (NCs) were prepared via a co-precipitation method. ICP-MS method, because of its speed and reliability.

Our main goal for the anion exchange method was to improve percent recovery, whereas the modifications to the HPLC methods focused on eluent-sample matrix compatibility.

Modifications to the anion exchange method primarily involved a change of eluent composition and volume used. Arsenic was a key ingredient in many patent medicines, including Fowler's Solution, a purported cure for malaria and syphilis in use from the late 18th century until the s.

The Influence of Modified Pluronic F Copolymers with Higher Phase Transition Temperature on Arsenic Trioxide-Releasing Properties and Toxicity in a Subcutaneous Model of.

The use of the replacement technique (Test Method D –78, Method D), in which the oversize fraction is replaced with a finer fraction, is inappropriate to determine the maximum dry unit weight, γ dmax, of soils containing oversize fractions (5).

Accurate on-site determination of arsenic (As) concentration as well as its speciation presents a great environmental challenge especially to developing countries.

To meet the need of routine field monitoring, we developed a rapid colorimetric method with a wide dynamic detection range and high precision. The novel application of KMnO4 and CH4N2S as effective As(III) oxidant and As(V. Monitor arsenic concentration at each entry point to the distribution system to ensure that the arsenic levels are now in compliance with the Arsenic Rule – assumes centralized treatment approach, not point-of-use treatment.

Table ES-1 provides a summary of information about the different alternatives for arsenic mitigation found in this. aid of standard arsenic solutions. SCOPE The method is applicable to corn sugar, corn syrup and corn starch.

SAFETY Because of the use of hot concentrated acids and the extreme toxicity of arsine, assemble all apparatus and perform reaction in a well-ventilated fume hood. Operate behind a shield and wear protective gear in the handling and.

The Water Analysis Handbook (WAH) is the result of more than 65 years of research and method development. With over illustrated, step-by-step instructions, this is your comprehensive source for water analysis procedures.The primary method of metabolizing arsenic in humans is methylation.

Although once considered the main mechanism of detoxification, studies have implied the existence of other more important arsenic detoxification mechanisms in mammals. The main route of arsenic excretion is in the urine.

Humans excrete a combination of inorganic arsenic and its mono and dimethylated metabolites in the urine.Organic arsenic compounds are generally less toxic and may be encountered by ingesting various types of fish, shellfish, or seaweed ().

The method described in this manual assesses arsenic exposure, as defined by exposure to individual arsenic species by analyzing urine through the use of high performance liquid.