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Natural convection heat transfer in an oscillating vertical cylinder.

This paper studies the heat transfer analysis caused due to free convection in a vertically oscillating cylinder. Exact solutions are determined by applying the Laplace and finite Hankel transforms. Expressions for temperature distribution and velocity field corresponding to cosine and sine oscillations are obtained. The solutions that have been obtained for velocity are presented in the forms of transient and post-transient solutions. Moreover, these solutions satisfy both the governing differential equati...


Basics of Compounding: Compounding Irrigation Solutions for Sterile and Nonsterile Preparations.

Compounding pharmacists are sometimes called upon to prepare irrigation solutions, especially in the hospital or clinical setting. Irrigations are indicated for washing or bathing surgical incisions, wounds, and body tissues, including body cavities. Some irrigation solutions coming in contact with exposed tissue, must meet stringent requirements of sterility and bacterial endotoxins. Compounded irrigation solutions may involve wound(s), the bladder, and also may be for ophthalmic, otic, and nasal applicati...

A straightforward method for measuring the range of apparent density of microplastics.

Density of microplastics has been regarded as the primary property that affect the distribution and bioavailability of microplastics in the water column. For measuring the density of microplastis, we developed a simple and rapid method based on density gradient solutions. In this study, we tested four solvents to make the density gradient solutions, i.e., ethanol (0.8 g/cm), ultrapure water (1.0 g/cm), saturated NaI (1.8 g/cm) and ZnCl (1.8 g/cm). Density of microplastics was measured via observing ...


Calcium Chloride and Calcium Gluconate in Neonatal Parenteral Nutrition Solutions without Cysteine: Compatibility Studies Using Laser Light Obscuration Methodology.

There are no compatibility studies for neonatal parenteral nutrition solutions without cysteine containing calcium chloride or calcium gluconate using light obscuration as recommended by the United States Pharmacopeia (USP). The purpose of this study was to do compatibility testing for solutions containing calcium chloride and calcium gluconate without cysteine. Solutions of TrophAmine and Premasol (2.5% amino acids), containing calcium chloride or calcium gluconate were compounded without cysteine. Solutio...

Manifold optimization-based analysis dictionary learning with an ℓ1∕2-norm regularizer.

Recently there has been increasing attention towards analysis dictionary learning. In analysis dictionary learning, it is an open problem to obtain the strong sparsity-promoting solutions efficiently while simultaneously avoiding the trivial solutions of the dictionary. In this paper, to obtain the strong sparsity-promoting solutions, we employ the ℓ1∕2 norm as a regularizer. The very recent study on ℓ1∕2 norm regularization theory in compressive sensing shows that its solutions can give sparser res...

Practitioners' Views on IPV and Its Solutions: An Integrative Literature Review.

There are ongoing debates in the scientific community and in practice settings about how intimate partner violence (IPV) should be defined and understood and about how various interventions must be carried out. If these debates are to bear fruit, however, we must first gain a comprehensive understanding of each stakeholder's viewpoints on IPV and its solutions. This article seeks to contribute to this goal by summarizing empirical studies investigating how practitioners who work with IPV perpetrators unders...

Vitrification tendency and stability of DP6-based vitrification solutions for complex tissue cryopreservation.

Vitrification tendency and stability of the amorphous state were analyzed by means of differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) for the vitrification solution DP6, with and without additional solutes to enhance ice suppression. This study is a part of an ongoing research effort to characterize the thermophysical and mechanical properties of DP6 and its derivatives, and their qualities as cryoprotective solutions. DP6 was determined to have a critical cooling rate necessary to ensure vitrification of 2.7 °C/...

Stability study of veterinary drugs in standard solutions for LC-MS/MS screening in food.

A study on stability of veterinary drugs in standard solutions stored at -80 °C and at -20 °C was conducted over one year. Data were acquired on 152 individual stock standard solutions and also on 15 family mixes and 2 working standard solutions. All solutions were prepared, stored and compared one year later against freshly prepared ones by liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry. A statistical analysis was performed to set acceptability criteria, taking into account the variability of standard pr...

Bretschneider and del Nido solutions: Are they safe for coronary artery bypass grafting? If so, how should we use them?

A variety of cardioplegic solutions are being used widely today to arrest the heart during coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) and other cardiac operations. To minimize interruptions during the surgery for intermittent dosing of the cardioplegia and to facilitate less invasive cardiac procedures, single-shot solutions, including Bretschneider and del Nido solutions, have been introduced. This review examines the evidence regarding the safety and efficacy of Bretschneider and del Nido cardioplegia during ...

Metabolic effect of alkaline additives and guanosine/gluconate in storage solutions for red blood cells.

Over a century of advancements in the field of additive solutions for red blood cell (RBC) storage has made transfusion therapy a safe and effective practice for millions of recipients worldwide. Still, storage in the blood bank results in the progressive accumulation of metabolic alterations, a phenomenon that is mitigated by storage in novel storage additives, such as alkaline additive solutions. While novel alkaline additive formulations have been proposed, no metabolomics characterization has been perfo...

Nodal-line dynamics via exact polynomial solutions for coherent waves traversing aberrated imaging systems.

We obtain exact polynomial solutions for two-dimensional coherent complex scalar fields propagating through arbitrary aberrated shift-invariant linear imaging systems. These solutions are used to model nodal-line dynamics of coherent fields output by such systems.

Arginine suppresses opalescence and liquid-liquid phase separation in IgG solutions.

Antibody formulation often necessitates the protein concentration to be increased above 100 mg/ml, because of the large therapeutic doses of antibodies required and the volume limitations of subcutaneous injections. However, high concentrations of antibody lead to opalescent states in solution, resulting in safety and application problems. In this study, we investigated the effect of additives on opalescence in IgG solutions. Arginine (Arg) was observed to most effectively suppress opalescence in IgG solu...

Challenges and Solutions to New Manager Onboarding.

This article outlines challenges and solutions to new managers onboarding within a department of pharmacy.

Shedding light on the oxygen reduction reaction mechanism in ether-based electrolyte solutions. A study using operando UV-Vis spectroscopy.

We have developed a new effective in-operando methodology for investigating oxygen reduction reactions (ORR) and their mechanisms in non-aqueous solutions, based on UV-Vis spectroscopy in conjunction with various electrochemi-cal techniques. We can follow in-situ the formation and presence of superoxide moieties during ORR as a function of the solvent, cations, anions and additives in solution. Thus, using in-operando UV-Vis spectroscopy, we found evidence for the formation of superoxide radical anions duri...

Evasion of No-Hair Theorems and Novel Black-Hole Solutions in Gauss-Bonnet Theories.

We consider a general Einstein-scalar-Gauss-Bonnet theory with a coupling function f(ϕ). We demonstrate that black-hole solutions appear as a generic feature of this theory since a regular horizon and an asymptotically flat solution may be easily constructed under mild assumptions for f(ϕ). We show that the existing no-hair theorems are easily evaded, and a large number of regular black-hole solutions with scalar hair are then presented for a plethora of coupling functions f(ϕ).

Spatial intensity profiling of elastic and inelastic scattering in isotropic and anisotropic liquids by immersion of a spherical silicon photocell.

The transverse spatial intensity distribution of elastic and inelastic light scattering in passive and active as well as weak and strong scattering liquid media has been studied by using Sphelar One p-n junction silicon spherical photocells. We immersed a Sphelar One in these scattering solutions and measured the photoconductive response in reverse biased photodiode (PD) configuration. The passive weak scattering medium was pure ethanol (EtOH), whereas the passive strong scattering medium was 5CB nematic li...

Influence of the solvent system on the stability of doxycycline solutions.

Concentrated solutions of doxycycline are often added to drinking water of animals for oral antibiotic therapy. However, stability concerns of doxycycline in solution involve an accurate selection of the solvent system to ensure that the active substance will remain within the acceptance range during the product shelf-life and to avoid sub-therapeutic dosage. Different solvent systems have been evaluated in order to determine their influence on the stability of concentrated doxycycline solutions. The result...

Feasibility of the UV/AA process as a pretreatment approach for bioremediation of dye-laden wastewater.

Biodegradability and toxicity are two important indexes in considering the feasibility of a chemical process for environmental remediation. The acetylacetone (AA) mediated photochemical process has been proven as an efficient approach for dye decolorization. Both AA and its photochemical degradation products had a high bioavailability. However, the biocompatibility and ecotoxicology of the UV/AA treated solutions are unclear yet. In the present work, we evaluated the biocompatibility and toxicity of the UV/...

Improvement of enzymological properties of pepsin by chemical modification with chitooligosaccharides.

In order to improve the enzymological properties and to enhance the stability of pepsin (PP, EC 3.4.23.1), chitooligosaccharide (COS) was used to chemically modify enzyme molecules of PP. The results showed that one protein band appeared on the PAGE diagram, indicating that the enzyme samples reached electrophoresis purity after purification. The molecular weights of the enzymes before (PP) and after (COS-PP) modification were 38.68 KD and 49.55 KD, respectively. The K and V of PP were 2.40 mg/mL and ...

Color stability of different composite resins after polishing.

The goals of the present study were to evaluate, in vitro, the staining of different composite resins submitted to different common beverages, and to compare the staining effect of each of these solutions. A total of 288 specimens were randomly divided into six groups and immersed for 4 weeks in five staining solutions represented by red wine, orange juice, coke, tea and coffee or in artificial saliva as a control group. When analyzed over a black background, mean ΔE00 values varied from 0.8 for Venus Dia...

Label-free, Direct Measurement of Protein Concentrations in Turbid Solutions with a UV-Vis Integrating Cavity Absorbance Spectrometer.

Protein-particle conjugates and mixtures have been investigated extensively for their diverse applications in biotechnology. However, general methods to measure protein concentration of protein-particle solutions are lacking. Typically, proteins in turbid solutions require separation or staining with another chromophore to quantitate their concentration. Here we demonstrate a direct, label-free approach to measure protein concentrations in turbid solutions using a UV integrating cavity absorbance spectromet...

Comparison of Histidine-Tryptophan-Ketoglutarate and University of Wisconsin preservation solutions in pediatric liver transplantation.

UW and HTK solutions are the two primary organ preservation solutions most used in the United States. This study analyzes use of the two solutions in all pediatric liver transplants performed at a single center between 2001and 2017. Outcome measures included early graft function, as well as graft and patient survival. Bile duct complications were reviewed. Operative technique, immunosuppressive protocols, and donor acceptance criteria remained uniform among participating surgeons throughout the study period...

The effect of EDTA on the antibacterial activity of sodium hypochlorite.

The combination of ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) and sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) has been suggested as an irrigant for root canal therapy. However, the chemical interaction between these agents is a complex subject that is not completely understood. The aim of this study was to evaluate the interference of an EDTA chelating agent in the antibacterial ability of NaOCl, while also considering variations in methodology. Various concentrations of NaOCl and EDTA solutions were prepared from 6% and 17% s...

Holomorphic-Hartree-Fock Theory: The Nature of Two-Electron Problems.

We explore the existence and behaviour of holomorphic restricted Hartree-Fock (h-RHF) solutions for two-electron problems. Through algebraic geometry, the exact number of solutions with n basis functions is rigorously identified as ½ (3^n - 1), proving that states must exist for all molecular geometries. A detailed study on the h-RHF states of HZ (STO-3G) then demonstrates both the conservation of holomorphic solutions as geometry or atomic charges are varied and the emergence of complex h-RHF solutions at...

The evaluation of the hydrophilic-hydrophobic interactions and their effect in water-methanol solutions: A study in terms of the thermodynamic state functions in the frame of the transition state theory.

Aqueous solutions of amphiphilic molecules are characterized by the competition between hydrophilic and hydrophobic interactions. These interactions have a different energetic dependence with the temperature. Whereas hydrophilic interactions have been well characterized, a complete theory for the hydrophobic ones is still lacking as well as the comprehension of the effect that the solvent exerts on the solute and vice versa. In this paper from the measured relaxation time, we evaluated the thermodynamic sta...


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