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Not in the vein: 'misse< hits', subcutaneous and intramuscular injections and associated harms among people who inject psychoactive drugs in Bristol, United Kingdom.
Another recommendation responds to the very high HIV prevalence rate the study found among women who inject drugs.
The iStent inject is already approved in the European Union and an initial commercial launch is underway in Germany.
A critical target within this Fast-Track approach is the expansion of a combination of HIV prevention and harm reduction services to reach 90% of people who inject drugs by 2020.
But before the assistant has time to dial her boss' extension, the intruder injects her and then her boss and the floor's other occupants with a chemical weapon.
The bank said that it was planning to inject another GBP75bn to revive the British economy.
The central bank of Japan, Bank of Japan (BOJ), is to inject cash into the markets.
Fill a syringe and inject turkey in the breast and thigh area, as well as the back, wings and legs.
The water the county plans to inject underground comes from the Antelope Valley-East Kern Water Agency, which treats California Aqueduct water from Northern California with chlorine.
Many methods have been used to produce such parts, from molding two separate parts and then assembling them, to using the two-color injection process to alternately inject the hard and soft materials.
Because it's often difficult to map precisely where an underground pool of chemicals is and how far it has spread through soil, choosing where to inject the particles can involve a certain amount of guesswork.