control lead

control lead

[kən′trōl ‚lēd]
(computer science)
A character or sequence of characters indicating that the information following is a control code and not data.
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The appendices outline a procedure for maintaining pH stability, describe actions taken by the District of Columbia to control lead release, and summarize the results of the 2008 AWWA-DSWQC corrosion survey.
Angela Hopkins, the board's director of nursing and infection control lead, said: "Reducing healthcare-associated infections is everyone's business to address and we are delighted to see the good progress that has been made in our nursing homes and GP practices.
Jo Luxmore, tobacco control lead at Sandwell Primary Care Trust (PCT), said: "This additional service has been launched to make access to free help, support and advice even easier for Sandwell residents.
Christine McManus, North Tyneside PCT's infection, prevention and control lead, said: "I am delighted that North Tyneside and Newcastle and PCTs are backing this campaign.
Jennie Dix, Infection Control Lead Nurse for Middlesbrough PCT, said: "Our staff members work very hard to ensure that the community hospital is well maintained and that all patients receive the highest standard of care and a well balanced diet to aid their recovery.
Infection control lead nurse Carole Hallam said: "I would urge people to think hard before they visit hospital if they have symptoms of nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, headaches and abdominal pain.
And just like in ``The English Patient,'' international forces beyond his control lead to fatal romantic tragedy.
If the finding holds up, increasing vitamin C intake could be "a reasonable, cost-effective way to control lead levels in the population," says author Joel A.
The task force report, "Putting the Pieces Together: Controlling Lead Hazards in the Nation's Housing," contains guidance ranging from maintenance standards and techniques to control lead hazards to proposals for implementing protective state laws.
Delaney said silicates have been used for more than 70 years to control lead.
Sue Craggs, infection prevention and control lead at Newcastle Primary Care Trust, said: "One of the key aims is to get patients feeling comfortable about asking healthcare workers if they have washed their hands.
Dianne Woodall, County Durham and Darlington tobacco control lead at Durham and Chester-le-Street Primary Care Trust, said: "It is estimated that in County Durham around 31% of adults smoke compared with around 26% in England.