ampoule


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ampoule

(esp US), ampule
Med a small glass vessel in which liquids for injection are hermetically sealed
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For a precursor delivered with a carrier gas, one can identify three cases: (1) a calibrated optical technique with no supporting data (i.e., the optical response can be converted to precursor density); (2) a calibrated optical technique with both the carrier gas flow rate and total pressure at the optical flow cell being known; and (3) a calibrated optical technique with the carrier gas flow rate, pressure at the optical flow cell, and pressure in the ampoule headspace being known.
Each beauty ampoule store there achieved unexpected sales of over 10 million RMB (more than $14.5 million), and the overall figures for this seemingly niche category exceeded billions, accounting for 40% of total sales of imported cosmetics, according to Tmall data.
There is nothing new about the ampoule, which is a concentrated serum formerly found in spas and used frequently by older consumers in their 40s or older.
Their all-natural vegan facial Ampoule Concentrate System has gone viral on Instagram, selling out their entire inventory in less than a month.
Patients who were prescribed Vitamin D glass ampoule from oral route in last three months were included along with physicians who routinely prescribe vitamin D after taking informed consent.
Among JAC's recent achievements is a tandem swab ampoule called the DuoDispersion [TM] System.
Operation pressure is six bar and depending on ampoule width, the machine can test up to 6,000 ampoules per hour, based on a block width of 65mm or less.
This past May, Bosch Packaging Technology introduced the ALF 5000, a new filling and closing machine that offers an increased output of up to 600 ampoules per minute.
The KRG Ministry of Health formed a committee, along with the prosecutor general, to investigate two pharmacists accused of supplying and distributing hundreds of ineffective insulin ampoules at an Erbil diabetes hospital.
Ten anaesthetists drew up three samples of fentanyl, each from a separate ampoule, using each technique once.
Sterile ampoule producers have to be equipped with high performance optical control machines that, together with their qualification, cost around 1,000,000 each.
Estimates from some laboratories were excluded from some of the subsequent calculations because of noninclusion of the IRP in their assays (laboratory 2) or inappropriate reconstitution of ampoule contents in water (laboratories 4 and 12).