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8.11 AEROSOL DISPENSERS (AE) Introduction Not all characteristics which define the acceptability of aerosol dispensers are incorporated in the specification guideline given below. The flammability and ignition distance of the spray produced by the dispenser and formulation are of potentially great importance to the user but they must be dealt with by appropriate labelling of the dispensers. (...) During the discharge, the dispenser shall be positioned as indicated in the instructions for use. e) The aerosol dispenser shall be wiped clean of any liquid and re-weighed to within 0.1 g.
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Score: 1154583.8 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...des/Specs/JMPS_Manual/8.11.doc
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Interaction with NORVIR 1/12/2005Atieno Ojoo Paediatric ARV formulations 8 Dosing tools needed •Simple guidelines for prescribers and dispensers 1/12/2005Atieno Ojoo Paediatric ARV formulations 9 Who is a dispenser? A prescriber is anyone who recommends treatment A dispenser is anyone who gives out treatment 1/12/2005Atieno Ojoo Paediatric ARV formulations 10 dispensing challenges Dose measurement- what is a teaspoonful? (...) Prescribing challenges Who is a dispenser? dispensing challenges Reformulation from adult medicines Other dispensing challenges 1 Other dispensing challenges 2 How will you know all this when…..
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Score: 1142662.8 - https://www.who.int/3by5/en/23atieno.pdf
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Methods In March 2019, we started mobile methadone dispensing in an urban underprivileged locality in Delhi, India. (...) Challenges included providing suitable dispensing hours for patients in employment and concerns of local community near to the dispensing sites. Conclusion It is feasible to dispense methadone by a mobile team in an urban setting, with better retention rates in therapy compared with dispensing through a stationary clinic.
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Score: 1118980.7 - https://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/99/6/20-251983-ab/en/
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In most countries, amoxicillin is prescribed and dispensed by medically qualified personnel. However, to improve access in the community, some countries allow low skilled community health workers to prescribe and dispense amoxicillin to treat childhood pneumonia in community case management set ups that integrate treatment of malaria, pneumonia and diarrhoea. (...) UNICEF Innovation A dispensing envelope containing a pack of 1×10 tablets of 250mg amoxicillin DT and depictive instructions on the cover (for children under one year). (...) However, the multiple dispensing pack still needed to be re-packaged at the dispensing entity in order to appropriately dispense the correct dosage and usage instructions.  
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Score: 1114194.6 - https://www.unicef.org/innovat...thinking-amoxicillin-packaging
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In general, the quality of pharmaceutical services delivered by ADDO dispensers in Ruvuma was maintained over the eight years, and for some indicators, even improved, despite the fact that dispensers had not received continuing education and little supervision. (...) The most common qualification of ADDO dispensers prior to ADDO training is nurse assistant. (...) Review of the Accredited Drug Dispensing Outlets (ADDO) Roll out Programme in Tanzania.
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Score: 1100211.1 - https://www.who.int/alliance-h...sr/resources/FR_Ch5_Annex1.pdf
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release UNICEF delivered 5400 hand sanitizing dispensers to support effective infection control and hygiene practice in Turkmenistan 27 October 2021 UNICEF Turkmenistan Available in: English русский Ashgabat, 27 October – During the month of October, UNICEF handed over 3400 items of hand sanitizing dispensers to the Ministry of Health and Medical Industry of Turkmenistan and 2000 touchless soap dispensers to the Ministry of Education of Turkmenistan. The dispensers worth 132000 USD in total are being further distributed to the medical facilities and secondary schools across Turkmenistan. (...) “Delivery of these hand sanitizing dispensers will ensure that every health facility and every school in Turkmenistan is equipped with high-quality hygiene items for the provision of safe health and education environments for children and their families.
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Score: 1085796.4 - https://www.unicef.org/turkmen...rt-effective-infection-control
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WHO | Economic evaluation of task-shifting approaches to the dispensing of anti-retroviral therapy Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Submit Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Global Forums Economic evaluation of task-shifting approaches to the dispensing of anti-retroviral therapy Article published in Human Resources for Health 2012, 10:32 Authors : Nicola Foster and Diane McIntyre Publication details Publication date : 13 September 2012 Downloads Download A scarcity of human resources for health has been identified as one of the primary constraints to the scale-up of the provision of Anti-Retroviral Treatment (ART). (...) The study aims to compare two task-shifting approaches to the dispensing of ART: Indirectly Supervised Pharmacist's Assistants (ISPA) and Nurse-based pharmaceutical care models against the standard of care which involves a pharmacist dispensing ART.
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Score: 1084222 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...dge/resources/tsarttherapy/en/
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Mtheto hopes his automatic sanitizer dispenser will reduce the spread of COVID-19 Voices of Youth By Rebecca Phwitiko UNICEF Malawi/2020/Govati Nyirenda 25 August 2020 Mtheto Sinjani is a 23-year-old system programmer, 3D designer and drone pilot. (...) He thought of a way to help stop the spread of pandemic and designed an automatic hand sanitizer dispenser. This dispenser has a sensor which detects hand movement towards the bottle and releases hand sanitizer so one does not need to touch it to sanitize their hands. (...) Mtheto noticed that most public places such as supermarkets use the regular bottled sanitizers which attendants must manually dispense to customers entering the supermarket. This increases the risk of transmission as the customers and attendants interact in the process.
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Score: 1075421.6 - https://www.unicef.org/malawi/...er-will-reduce-spread-covid-19
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However, ATM-operated water dispensers are starting to pop up across the community, to the delight of the residents.  (...) So what’s next on the agenda for the ATM-water dispenser? Mr. Gichuki says the Nairobi Water and Sewerage Company has so far identified 611 more points to install the dispensers and aims to eventually install one every 100 metres throughout the city, especially within the informal settlements.  (...) Already, the company has signed agreements to install the ATM water dispensers in Burkina Faso, Ghana, Mali, Niger and Tanzania.
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Score: 1073936.8 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...ine/december-2015/africa-wired
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If the contents are sensitive to heat or if the aerosol dispensers are made of plastics material which softens at this test temperature, the temperature of the bath must be set at between 20 °C and 30 °C but, in addition, one aerosol dispenser in 2000 must be tested at the higher temperature. 5.4.2.1.2 No leakage or permanent deformation of an aerosol dispenser may occur, except that a plastic aerosol dispenser may be deformed through softening provided that it does not leak. 5.4.2.2 Alternative methods With the approval of the appropriate national authority alternative methods which provide an equivalent level of safety may be used provided that the requirements of 5.4.2.2.1, 5.4.2.2.2 and 5.4.2.2.3 are met. 5.4.2.2.1 Quality system Aerosol dispenser fillers and component manufacturers must have a quality system. (...) Any proposed changes to the approved system must be notified to the competent authority in advance. 5.4.2.2.2 Pressure and leak testing of aerosol dispensers before filling Every empty aerosol dispenser must be subjected to a pressure equal to or in excess of the maximum expected in the filled aerosol dispensers at 55 °C (50 °C if the liquid phase does not exceed 95 percent of the capacity of the receptacle at 50 °C). This must be at least two-thirds of the design pressure of the aerosol dispenser. If any aerosol dispenser shows evidence of leakage at a rate equal to or greater than 3.3 × 10-2 mbar.l.s-1 at the test pressure, distortion or other defect, it must be rejected. 5.4.2.2.3 Testing of the aerosol dispensers after filling Prior to filling the filler must ensure that the crimping equipment is set appropriately and the specified propellant is used.
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Score: 1060081.4 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...ing%20Papers/DGP.20.WP.009.pdf
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