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Exposure chambers for research in animal inhalation

David A Fraser

Exposure chambers for research in animal inhalation

design, construction, operation, and performance

by David A Fraser

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off.] in [Washington .
Written in English

  • Gases, Asphyxiating and poisonous -- Toxicology

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    Series[U.S.] Public health monograph no. 57, United States. Public Health Service. Publication -- no. 662
    LC ClassificationsRA1245 F72
    The Physical Object
    Number of Pages54
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16911687M

    pulmonary exposure. This paper describes the design and characterization of an ultrafine coal ash generator that can be used for direct animal inhalation exposure studies. The system consists of a pulverized coal feeder, an externally heated three-zone drop tube furnace, a cyclone particle separator, and an exposure chamber. @article{osti_, title = {Disposition of americium oxide following inhalation by beagles}, author = {Craig, D.K. and Park, J.F. and Powers, G.J. and Catt, D.L.}, abstractNote = {The disposition of americium in beagles was followed for up to days after a single inhalation exposure to /sup /AmO/sub 2/ aerosols having an activity median aerodynamic diameter (AMAD) of mu. Important agents involved in smoke inhalation include thermal injury, soot, carbon monoxide, cyanide gas, nitrogen, methane, oxides of nitrogen (NO x), zinc oxide, phosphorus, sulfur trioxide, titanium tetrachloride, oil fog, Teflon ® particles, and Teflon ® pyrolysis products (polymer fume fever). Nitrogen and methane are not especially toxic; however, they are important in fires because. No significant variation in the temperature (°C) and relative humidity (%) in the inhalation animal chambers was observed throughout the exposure period. It is worth noting that a comprehensive chemical analysis of PEPs was performed by the authors and described in Author: Nancy Lan Guo, Tuang Yeow Poh, Sandra Pirela, Mariana T. Farcas, Sanjay H. Chotirmall, Wai Kin Tham.

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Exposure chambers for research in animal inhalation by David A Fraser Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Lab Products Inhalation Exposure Chamber provides an innovative approach to inhalation research for your acute, chronic and subchronic studies.

A self-contained, “live-in” feature reduces set-up, tear-down and related husbandry costs. The unit allows for a % concentration within 15 minutes. Animal exposure chambers in air pollution studies. Arch Environ Health. Nov; 13 (5)– Kirk WP, Rehnberg BF.

Acute lethality in guinea pigs following respiratory exposure to 85 Kr. Health Phys. Mar; 28 (3)– Bair WJ, Porter NS, Brown DP, Wehner AP. Apparatus for direct inhalation of cigarette smoke by by: Animal inhalation exposure chambers.

Arch Environ Health. Feb; 16 (2)– Battista SP, Guerin MR, Gori GB, Kensler CJ. A new system for quantitatively exposing laboratory animals by direct inhalation: delivery of cigarette smoke. Arch Environ Health. Dec; 27 (6)– Phalen RF. Inhalation exposure of by: Get this from a library.

Exposure chambers for research in animal inhalation; design, construction, operation, and performance. [David Allison Fraser; et al]. NASA Images Solar System Collection Ames Research Center. Brooklyn Museum.

Full text of "Exposure chambers for research in animal inhalation: design, construction, operation, and performance". DSI’s economical, yet reliable Buxco Single Site Exposure Station is a single port nose-only exposure device.

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The need to assess health effects of airborne chemicals has caused the evolution of a variety of inhalation exposure systems. The development has proceeded in two directions: constructing chambers.

Abstract. The need to assess health effects of airborne chemicals has caused the evolution of a variety of inhalation exposure systems. The development has proceeded in two directions: constructing chambers for immersion of the whole animal in a cloud of the test agent (whole body exposure systems), and building systems that limit the exposure to the head or nose or, in some cases, to a Cited by: 7.

CH Technologies offers Lab Products H, H and H whole-body inhalation exposure chambers for accommodating large numbers of animals of various species. The H, with an internal volume of approximately 1 m 3, has the capacity for up to. Chapter 1 presents an introduction to inhalation chambers including discussions of the types of inhalation tests, inhalation equipment and technology, methods of generation and measurement of contaminants, and some of the specialized techniques available for the pulmonary exposure of animals.

Four large whole-body exposure chambers, 19 m 3 in volume, are available at this research centre for studies on the effect on lungs following long-term exposure to particulate air pollutants.

Each chamber is designed to house up to five beagle dogs according to the floor space requirements for dogs, thus up to 20 dogs are available for one exposure experiment. This paper will introduce the reader to the inhalation exposure of animals. It is by no means complete and for more information the reader should consult more thorough reviews (1–5).

Part of the Environmental Science Research book series (ESRH, volume 25) and H. Stokinger, Exposure chambers for research in animal inhalation, Public Author: Robert T. Drew.

Exposure chambers provide a more realistic exposure environment for natural inhalation, but determining the actual dosage is difficult (Jeon et al., ; O'Shaughnessy et al., ).

Post-mortem. the drugs in inhalation toxicity studies in animals. •Animal exposures to inhaled drugs are estimates that are subject to a number of conditions: particle sizes, aerosol drug concentrations, exposure duration, minute volume, and deposition factor based on selected animal species.

A detailed report on the inhalation toxicology of chlordane contains a subacute component in which 10 Wistar rats/sex/group were exposed to 0,or micrograms per liter (μg/L), 8 hours/day, 5 days/week for up to 28 days [48]. Exposure to chlordane occurred in m 3 stainless steel and glass chambers.

Body weights were. Progress Report: Animal Models: Dosimetry, and Pulmonary and Cardiovascular Events EPA Grant Number: RC Subproject: this is subproject numberestablished and managed by the Center Director under grant R (EPA does not fund or establish subprojects; EPA awards and manages the overall grant for this center).

The Osha Review of Animal Inhalation Studies with Environmental Tobacco Smoke Article (PDF Available) in Inhalation Toxicology 8(8) September. must be housed individually in inhalation chambers during exposure to aerosols. (1) Before and after exposure, the temperature of the animal room should be 22 ± 3 °C and the relative humidity 30–70 percent.

(2) Where lighting is artificial, the sequence should be 12 h light/ 12 h dark. THE DEVELOPMENT OF CONTROLLED HUMAN INHALATION-EXPOSURE STUDIES. In carrying out its task, the committee considered general requirements for ethical research and the previous National Research Council report Intentional Human Dosing Studies for EPA Regulatory Purposes: Scientific and Ethical Issues, which presented conditions under which it is ethically acceptable to.

An inhalation chamber for behavioral toxicology studies is described. Complete and uniform diffusion of test atmospheres throughout the chamber is achieved, thus solving a dead-airspace problem A small-animal inhalation chamber for short-to-intermediate term exposure | SpringerLink.

Induction Chambers. Any number of apparati from simple jars with screw-top lids, dessication chambers, bell jars, or specific inhalation chambers (i.e., Inhalation Narcosis Chamber, Harvard Apparatus, #,$) may be used for anesthesia induction.

Reversal Agents and General Drug Metabolism and Excretion. Overview. An exposure route exposure routeThe way a chemical pollutant enters an organism after contact, e.g., by ingestion, inhalation, or dermal absorption.

is the way that a contaminant enters an individual or population after contact (IPCS, ). Typically, exposure occurs by one of three exposure routes—inhalation, ingestion, or dermal. The Committee further recommends that samples for characterization of the exposure environment should be taken from the breathing zone nearest to the animal during an actual exposure.

For more information regarding the use of whole-body exposure chambers, see Phalen and others () and Moss and Cheng (b). When babies crawl, their movement across floors, especially carpeted surfaces, kicks up high levels of dirt, skin cells, bacteria, pollen, and fungal spores, a new study has found.

The infants. IN support of its selection of an occupational exposure standard of 2 fibers/cm 3 for manufactured vitreous fibers (MVF), the Navy reviewed much of the available toxicological literature published before It presents this information as taken from in vitro studies, epidemiological studies (discussed in the next chapter), and animal toxicity studies.

Controlling Exposure to Laboratory Animal Allergens D. Harrison Abstract L aboratory animal allergy (LAA) is a significant occu-pational disease that may affect up to one third of per-sonnel exposed to laboratory animals.

Research has characterized the relative risks of exposure in terms of inten. This chapter summarizes the relevant toxicologic studies on monoethanolamine (MEA). Selected chemical and physical properties, toxicokinetic and mechanistic data, and inhalation exposure levels from the National Research Council (NRC) and other agencies are also presented.

The subcommittee. @article{osti_, title = {Overview of the vapor generation and analysis parameters of the petroleum- and shale-derived fuel studies conducted in thomas dome exposure chambers at the toxic hazards research unit, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (Dayton), Ohio, Final report, January December }, author = {Leahy, H F}, abstractNote = {Over a decade ago (), a.

Abstract Male Sprague-Dawley rats were exposed to aged and diluted sidestream smoke (ADSS) from Kentucky 1R4F reference cigarettes for 6 h/day, 5 days/wk, for a wk period. Exposure. EMMS IESand Inhalation Towers. EMMS offers a complete solution for nose-only exposure applications with our inhalation exposure system.

We can supply exposure towers, animal tubes, transducers, amplifiers, and software. We are also able to supply a variety of different animal tubes to fit your existing exposure towers. [Show full abstract] is often believed best that whole-body inhalation chambers simulate potential human exposure to environmental chemicals or pesticides and this serves as a justification for.

exposure for each possible route of exposure (inhalation, dermal, or oral) shown in Figure 1fn for use in the risk assessment of consumer products. The amount of general exposure may represent “Intake amount” of chemical substances from mediums such as the air, or “Uptake amount” of it into a human body.

In exposure assessments, itFile Size: KB. Gas Anesthesia Chambers for Initial Exposure. Selection of 3 Small Animal Induction Chambers makes initial anesthetization easy. Used for conventional inhalation anesthesia procedures. Sizes for mice, rats or cats/rabbits.

Features include a rectangular chamber, 1/4 impact resistant acrylic construction, inlet port accepting standard 22 mm. This study was conducted to evaluate the potential adverse effects of styrene on reproductive capability from whole‐body inhalation exposure of F 0 and F 1 parental animals.

Assessments included gonadal function, estrous cyclicity, mating behavior, conception rate, gestation, parturition, lactation, and weaning in the F 0 and F 1 generations, and F 1 generation offspring growth and by: @article{osti_, title = {Nose-only inhalation exposure system for generation, treatment and characterization of formaldehyde vapor}, author = {Leach, C L and Oberg, S G and Sharma, R P and Brown, D B}, abstractNote = {A description of a novel symmetrical nose-only inhalation chamber for small animals is presented.

The chamber utilizes a circular design and a round baffle plate around. The nonclinical safety evaluation of inhalation drug products: • Is a part of the overall safety evaluation that: – Also includes clinical and CMC disciplines – Incorporates risk/benefit analysis • Consists of toxicology, pharmacology, and pharmacokinetics • Includes the evaluation of File Size: KB.

We have sent an email email will allow you to recover your account. The information obtained from this study can be used for designing animal inhalation exposure studies and adopted as guidance for sampling and characterizing MWCNT aerosols in workplaces.

The measurement scheme should be relevant for any carbon nanotube aerosol. The NIOSH Nanotechnology Research Center (NTRC) was established in to Cited by:. EPA/SAB/80/ Review of Inhalation Toxicology Research Programs at EPA's Health Effects Research Laboratories Research Triangle Park and Cincinnati Novem Health Effects Research Review Subcommittee Environmental Health Committee Science Advisory Board U.S.

.A survey was conducted among 11 counties in eastern Colorado for the purpose of determining the usage of inhalation anesthetics and to assess the exposure of veterinarians and their assistants to WAG. In percent of the practices surveyed, inhalation anesthetics were used.

All animal exposure protocols were approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee. Mice were exposed in whole body inhalation exposure chambers (Hazelton H, Lab Products, Maywood, NJ) to mainstream CS diluted to mg total particulate matter (TPM)/m 3 ( mice) or to HEPA-filtered air ( mice, as controls) for 6 h/day, 5 Cited by: