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  • StatPearls: Normal Saline [BOOK]
    StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL) Tonog Paul P Campbell University Lakhkar Anand D. AD Fresenius Kabi BOOK
  • Normal saline is a cornerstone of intravenous solutions commonly used in the clinical setting. It is a crystalloid fluid administered via an intravenous solution. Its indications include both adult and pediatric populations as sources of hydration and electrolyte disturbances. It can come in various concentrations; the two specifically addressed are 0.9% and 0.45%. 
  • Adolescent Sleep: Challenges and Solutions for Pediatric Primary Care. [Journal Article]
    Pediatr Ann 2019; 48(8):e292-e295Fernandez S
  • As pediatricians, we can all recall an adolescent patient who presents with fatigue. She is groggy in the morning before school, sometimes nods off in class, and then drinks a caffeinated beverage in the afternoon. She sends text messages to friends before going to bed shortly after midnight. After getting a bit of history from her, the parents complain that she has poor sleep habits while the te…
  • Selective adsorption of nitrate over chloride in microporous carbons. [Journal Article]
    Water Res 2019; 164:114885Mubita TM, Dykstra JE, … Porada S
  • Activated carbon is the most common electrode material used in electrosorption processes such as water desalination with capacitive deionization (CDI). CDI is a cyclic process to remove ions from aqueous solutions by transferring charge from one electrode to another. When multiple salts are present in a solution, the removal of each ionic species can be different, resulting in selective ion separ…
  • Emerging and legacy contaminants across land-use gradients and the risk to aquatic ecosystems. [Journal Article]
    Sci Total Environ 2019; 695:133842Sardiña P, Leahy P, … Hinwood A
  • Information on potentially harmful emerging and legacy chemicals is essential to understand the risks to the environment and inform regulatory actions. The objective of this study was to assess the occurrence, concentration, and distribution of emerging and legacy contaminants across a gradient of land-use intensity and determine the risk posed to aquatic ecosystems. The land-use intensity gradie…
  • Low pressure modified polyamide 6 membrane for effective fractionation of dyes and NaCl. [Journal Article]
    Sci Total Environ 2019; 695:133908Liu D, Zhu Z, … Zhang Y
  • A co-polymer (SPAA6) of 5-sulfoanthranilic acid (5SAA) and ε-caprolactam was used to prepare membrane through nonsolvent induced phase separation (NIPS) method. The micro-structure of membrane was adjusted by small molecules to improve mechanic strength and performance, involving 7 commercial ionic surfactant and a self-synthesized one, S20. S20 showed the best compatibility with SPAA6, which con…
  • Magnetic separation of phosphate contaminants from starch wastewater using magnetic seeding. [Journal Article]
    Sci Total Environ 2019; 695:133723Du C, Hu Y, … Yue T
  • Traditional chemical precipitation of phosphates from wastewater is somewhat inefficient because it produces some ultrafine hydroxyapatite particles that are difficult to settle. In this study, magnetic seeds with a core-shell structure were prepared by sulfation roasting for magnetic flocculation of those fine particles. Zeta potential measurements show that the hydroxyapatite particles are posi…
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