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Drugs of abuse in drinking water - a review of current detection methods, occurrence, elimination, and health risks.
This review focuses on the drugs of abuse in drinking water, as their presence is of increasing global concern and trace levels of these compounds have previously been detected. Even though these levels are not toxic with ...
Simultaneous Detection of Controlled Substances in Wastewater
(Royal Society of Chemistry, 2013-04-18)
his study presents a method of simultaneous detection of both traditional and newly emerged drugs of abuse in wastewater. The method is based on solid phase extraction and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry analysis. ...
Nurse led research – developing the evidence base for fertility nursing practice
Nurses work across a range of clinical environments, undertaking different roles and responsibilities, but our primary goal is the same: to act as a patient’s advocate and provide optimal care based on evidence obtained ...
Justice and Decolonising DMU
(De Montfort University, 2020-06-25)
An optimised gas chromatographic – mass spectrometric method for the chemical characterisation of benzylpiperazine and 1-arypiperazine based drugs
(Royal Society of Chemistry, 2013-06-21)
This study presents a method for the simultaneous detection of piperazines and congenors in street samples of amphetamine type stimulants. The method is based on simple solvent extraction of the drugs from the samples ...
Gels for constant and smart delivery of insulin
(British Journal of Diabetes, 2020-06-01)
The focus of this review is the role of gelatinous materials for oral, transdermal and peritoneal insulin platforms as alternatives to the ubiquitous subcutaneous depot approach. Hydrogels that form hydrated, cohesive ...
“Emollients, Fire and Sprinkler Activation”
The awareness of emollient flammability and current research
(Institute of Fire Engineers, 2020-05)
Merging Wildlife and Environmental Monitoring Approaches with Forensic Principles: Application of Unconventional and Non-Invasive Sampling in Eco-Pharmacovigilance
Pharmaceutical residues in the environment have the potential to harm wildlife. A population’s fragility or an animal’s secretive nature may preclude capture and the use of invasive/destructive sampling techniques that are ...
Qualitative detection of the NSAIDs diclofenac and ibuprofen in the hair of Eurasian otters (Lutra lutra) occupying UK waterways with GC-MS
The pervasiveness of pharmaceuticals such as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) in the aquatic ecosystem through the discharge of wastewater, and their potential to biomagnify within this ecosystem, is now ...