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The following definitions apply to parts 122, 123, and 124. Terms not defined in this section have the meaning given by CWA. When a defined term appears in a definition, the defined term is sometimes placed in quotation marks as an aid to readers.
a. Testing and reporting for all four organic fractions in the Greige Mills Subcategory of the Textile Mills industry (subpart C - Low water use processing of 40 CFR part 410), and testing and reporting for the pesticide fraction in all other subcategories of this industrial category.
b. Testing and reporting for the volatile, base/neutral and pesticide fractions in the Base and Precious Metals Subcategory of the Ore Mining and Dressing industry (subpart B of 40 CFR part 440), and testing and reporting for all four fractions in all other subcategories of this industrial category.
a. Testing and reporting for the pesticide fraction in the Tall Oil Rosin Subcategory (subpart D) and Rosin-Based Derivatives Subcategory (subpart F) of the Gum and Wood Chemicals industry (40 CFR part 454), and testing and reporting for the pesticide and base-neutral fractions in all other subcategories of this industrial category.
d. Testing and reporting for the pesticide fraction in the Papergrade Sulfite subcategories (subparts J and U) of the Pulp and Paper industry (40 CFR part 430); testing and reporting for the base/neutral and pesticide fractions in the following subcategories: Deink (subpart Q), Dissolving Kraft (subpart F), and Paperboard from Waste Paper (subpart E); testing and reporting for the volatile, base/neutral and pesticide fractions in the following subcategories: BCT Bleached Kraft (subpart H), Semi-Chemical (subparts B and C), and Nonintegrated-Fine Papers (subpart R); and testing and reporting for the acid, base/neutral, and pesticide fractions in the following subcategories: Fine Bleached Kraft (subpart I), Dissolving Sulfite Pulp (subpart K), Groundwood-Fine Papers (subpart O), Market Bleached Kraft (subpart G), Tissue from Wastepaper (subpart T), and Nonintegrated-Tissue Papers (subpart S).
Complete blood counts, particularly WBC counts, can be performed with new generation automated haematology analyzers , and/or manually using stains, the microscope and the Neubauer chamber and counters [7, 8] though the accuracy of the later method is more subjective. With the cost involved in the purchase and use of fully automated or semi-automated haematology analyzers, some facilities frequently have to fall back on the manual methods to determine the complete blood count of a patient for management. Another burden is the cost of automated systems to ensure their prompt validation by constant servicing, maintenance and implementation of rigorous quality systems.
The study therefore compared the parasite densities calculated with the absolute and assumed WBCc of participants enrolled in malaria studies in Central Ghana to assess the impact of using assumed WBCc to estimate parasitaemia of P. falciparum infections.
The studies adopted were approved by the ethical review committees of the Ghana Health Service, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, KHRC, Noghuchi Memorial Institute of Medical Research and The Food and Drugs Board, Ghana. Community entry involved explaining the studies to key community opinion leaders followed by community durbars/meetings. At these meetings, the study aims, objectives, risks and benefits were explained to all participants and informed consent was sought from all mothers whose children participated in the studies. All data collected were kept in locked cabinets to ensure confidentiality.
Of the 33,540 results received over the study period, 5,902 participant results, that indicated mono-infection with P. falciparum, were used for the analysis. All other results that were excluded from analysis were either negative or had mixed infection.
The ages of all participants were not stratified into groups. This did not make it possible to compare differences at the possible age groups less than five years. Information on sexes was not included for analysis. 153554b96e