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Reitox national reporting to EMCDDA on drugs and drug addiction, 2020

allows the Centre to better address the needs for information of European and National Stakeholders. The newly implemented reporting tool does no result in a standalone document that can be published ...

Chemical and toxciological characterization of e-liquid cigarettes

point for this phenomenon. Prior to this, the use of the e-cigarette was not yet mainstream, as only nicotine-free e-cigarettes were allowed on the market. However, as a result of the legislative changes, ...

Annual report Belgian Cystic Fibrosis Registry 2018

the patients up to 20 years, the proportion with BMI below the tenth percentile has also been declining over the years. The results above suggest better nutritional and global management in the ...

Characterization and hazard identification of substandard and falsified antimicrobials encountered in Belgium

half of the samples were underdosed, resulting in a potential lower efficacy and so may aggravate illness of patients and induce bacterial resistance [2]. Moreover, in order to have an in-depth ...

Comparative dissolution study on substandard and falsified antibiotics encountered in Belgium

Agency for Medicines and Health Products (FAMHP), were subjected to dissolution studies. The results indicated that 9 out of 19 illegal samples failed to meet the dissolution limits prescribed by the ...

Evaluation of a TEM based Approach for Size Measurement of Particulate (Nano)materials

materials ERM- FD100 and ERM- FD304. The image analysis method was validated in an inter-laboratory study by 19 laboratories, which resulted in a within-laboratory precision in the range of 2–8% and ...

DETERMINATION OF ALLERGENIC FRAGRANCE INGREDIENTS IN FEMININE ABSORBENT HYGIENE PRODUCTS AND LUBRICANTS

GC- FID- MS method. The run time for lubricants and AHP s were respectively, 28 and 27 min. The matrix-effect of tampons was evaluated and confirmed, resulting in the need for optimization. The method ...

Contribution of chronic conditions to disability in men and women in France

Results: Musculoskeletal diseases caused most disability for both men (10.1%, CI: 8.1–12.0) and women (16.0%, CI 13.6–18.2). The second contributor for men was heart diseases (5.7%, CI: 4.5–6.9%), and for ...

Contribution of chronic conditions to gender disparities in health expectancies in Belgium, 2001, 2004 and 2008

and disability to gender disparities in DFLE and LED. Results: Higher LE, DFLE and LED were observed for women compared with men in all years studied. A decrease in the gender gap in LE (2001: 5.9; ...

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