Elimination of disinfection byproduct formation potential in reclaimed water during solar light irradiation
Qian-Yuan W, et al.
Water Research, 95, 260-267 (2016)
María Serrano et al.
Journal of chromatography. A, 1218(46), 8295-8302 (2011-10-11)
Haloacetaldehydes (HAs) are becoming the most widespread disinfection by-products (DBPs) found in drinking water, besides trihalomethanes and haloacetic acids, generated by the interaction of chemical disinfectants with organic matter naturally present in water. Because of their high potential toxicity, HAs...
Luciane Rezende Costa et al.
The Journal of pediatrics, 160(5), 807-813 (2011-12-03)
To compare the occurrence of post-discharge adverse events in children having received a high dose of either chloral hydrate (CH) or midazolam (MZ) during outpatient dental treatment. A repeated-measures study design was carried out with 42 children treated at a...
Jina Kang et al.
Pediatric dentistry, 34(5), 392-396 (2012-12-06)
The goal of this study was to examine childhood overweight/obesity as a risk factor for adverse events during sedation for dental procedures. This was a cross-sectional, retrospective, IRB-approved study that included 17 years of data (1992-2009). The outcome variables were...
Sharon Cruise et al.
Journal of paediatrics and child health, 48(11), 1010-1015 (2012-10-09)
Chloral hydrate is generally considered a safe and effective single dosing procedural sedative for neonates in the clinical setting. However, its safety profile as a repetitive dosing maintenance sedative is largely unknown. This study aimed to document current administration practices...