sunlamp


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sunlamp

[′sən‚lamp]
(electricity)
A mercury-vapor gas-discharge tube used to produce ultraviolet radiation for therapeutic or cosmetic purposes.
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The FDA understands that some adults may decide to continue to use sunlamp products, continued acting FDA Commissioner Stephen Ostroff, M.
Controlled studies of physical performance in both males and females show benefit from increasing blood serum levels of 25(OH)D using sunlamps or oral intake of vitamin D.
ZACH GRIFFITH Kevin Clark / The Register-Guard Kool Moe Dee, one of Zach Griffith's skinks, keeps warm under a sunlamp.
Researchers have suggested that sunlamp use may contribute to malignant melanoma.
Once, in response to Morrow's picture on the Web site, he received email stating that he looked too young to be editor-in-chief and that he needed to spend some time in front of a sunlamp.
Harry has puckish little parentheses tugging at the corners of his mouth; his smile is like a sunlamp.
MY thoughts go out to 100-year-old Thomas the Tortoise, who is currently recovering in a veterinary hospital from burns after a sunlamp that his owner had turned on to warm him up set fire to his cardboard box.
The watchglasses were placed in a chamber designed to eliminate background light and then irradiated for a specific period of time with either a Hanovia medium pressure mercury vapour lamp and/or GE sunlamp.
Thin films, east onto quartz plates from a polymer solution and dried under reduced pressure, were irradiated with an unfiltered mercury sunlamp UV source.
It is caused by exposure to sunlight or to a sunlamp and a reaction can occur within one to three minutes.
When you begin to take methotrexate, avoid too much sun or use of a sunlamp because you may become more sensitive to sunlight than usual.