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Symptoms can include: jaw cramping or the inability to open the mouth muscle spasms often in the back, abdomen and extremities sudden painful muscle spasms often triggered by sudden noises trouble swallowing seizures headache fever and sweating changes in blood pressure or fast heart rate. In neonatal tetanus, symptoms include muscle spasms, which are often preceded by the newborn’s inability to suck or breastfeed, and excessive crying. (...) The WHO definition of non-neonatal tetanus requires at least one of the following signs: a sustained spasm of the facial muscles in which the person appears to be grinning, or painful muscular contractions.
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Score: 1121234.2 - https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/tetanus
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Occasionally, reductions in body-weight gain were observed in studies with repeated doses. (...) Therefore, the incidental changes in body-weight gain were not considered to be a compound-related effect. (...) Maximum residues expected at 23 h after last feeding are: muscle, skin/fat, liver and eggs are 0.0000016, 0.000019, 0.000039 and 0.000616 mg/kg.
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Score: 1120257.6 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...port08/Chlorantraniliprole.pdf
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This is an example of how it works:  - Showing a simulation of an avatar pulling handbrake, this involves many Different subsets of muscles and movements.  1. Grip the handbrake. 2. (...) The simulation highlights the different groups of muscles being deployed and where the arm, elbow, hand and fingers are involved. Then the simulation is repeated through a series of different accessibility criteria such as a person with a bad back or an elderly person with weak muscles. The designer/developer can see for himself/herself how his/her design is showing up weak or positive points in order to allow the specified task to be used by as many people as possible regardless of their disability etc.  
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Score: 1118356.9 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...2E/02/T2E020001310001MSWE.docx
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Among those cases, 5 to 10 per cent die when their breathing muscles are paralyzed. There is no cure for polio once the paralysis sets in – only treatment to alleviate the symptoms. (...) DTP Tetanus Tetanus causes very painful muscle contractions. It can cause children’s neck and jaw muscles to lock (lockjaw), making it hard for them to open their mouth, swallow (breastfeed) or breathe. 
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Score: 1118356.9 - https://www.unicef.org/mena/va...ines-and-diseases-they-prevent
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In a 13-week toxicity study in mice using dietary concentrations of isofetamid of 0, 100, 1000 and 8000 ppm (equal to 0, 13, 129 and 1067 mg/kg bw per day for males and 0, 16, 161 and 1306 mg/kg bw per day for females, respectively), the NOAEL was 1000 ppm (equal to 161 mg/kg bw per day), based on decreased weight gain in female mice at 8000 ppm (equal to 1306 mg/kg bw per day). (...) The unextracted residues in muscle and fat were not further treated due to low TRRs. 3-MTCAM was only detected at low levels in egg yolk following acid reflux. (...) However, the sum of isofetamid and PPA in fat is 5 times higher than in muscle, and, in milk fat, 45 times higher than in the aqueous fraction of milk.
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Score: 1118308.6 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...JMPR/Report2016/ISOFETAMID.pdf
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Also in this issue Cover Story Health care: from commitments to action Cover Story African youth hungry for connectivity Departments Africa Watch: Africa’s high hopes for new UN chief Health and Well-being Gains made in fight against malaria Health and Well-being It’s time to rethink medical insurance Health and Well-being Diagnosing Africa’s medical brain drain Health and Well-being Lifestyle diseases pose new burden for Africa Health and Well-being Public health schemes: Getting it right Health and Well-being We can improve health systems in Africa Health and Well-being Africa's new strategies to defeat HIV/AIDS Health and Well-being Wanted: affordable medicines for all Health and Well-being Mental illness: Invisible but devastating Health and Well-being India’s medical tourism gets Africans’ attention Health and Well-being Taking health services to remote areas Health and Well-being Dying from lack of medicines Business Commodity prices crash hits Africa Business Africa welcomes new trade initiatives from Japanese investors Business Morocco flexed economic muscles and returned to the AU Refugees & Migrants Young Ghanaians risk all for "better" life Refugees & Migrants Africa most affected by refugee crisis Business Business opportunities through government tenders Departments Africa Wired: Portable ultrasound device to tackle child mortality Departments Africa Books Departments Appointments More from this author What COVID-19 has taught us: “Healthcare can no longer exist without technology” The first African women leaders to address the UN General Assembly Podcast About Africa Renewal The Africa Renewal information programme provides up-to-date information and analysis of the major economic and development challenges facing Africa today.
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Score: 1117938.7 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...r-2016-march-2017/africa-books
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While no two pregnancies are the same, some symptoms you may experience during your first trimester include: Breast tenderness Extreme changes in mood Nausea or vomiting (morning sickness) Frequent urination Weight gain or loss Extreme fatigue Headaches Heartburn Leg cramps Lower back and pelvic pain Cravings for certain foods New dislike of certain foods Constipation   Self care Symptoms in early pregnancy can be uncomfortable to say the least. (...) These early organ and bodily developments include:   Brain and spine Inner ear Cardiac tissue Genitals Fingernails Liver Eyelids Pancreas Kidneys Cartilage for the hands, feet and limbs Muscles of the mouth, eyes and nose Webbed fingers and toes Lungs Fetal growth can vary significantly for a number of reasons, but during the first trimester, your baby will grow from about 0.64 cm (.25 in) at the end of the first month (smaller than a grain of rice) to around 10 cm (4 in) by the end of week 12 and will weigh around 28 g (1 oz) [Figures from the Cleveland Clinic ]. 
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Score: 1117938.7 - https://www.unicef.org/parenti...ncy-milestones/first-trimester
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While no two pregnancies are the same, some symptoms you may experience during your first trimester include: Breast tenderness Extreme changes in mood Nausea or vomiting (morning sickness) Frequent urination Weight gain or loss Extreme fatigue Headaches Heartburn Leg cramps Lower back and pelvic pain Cravings for certain foods New dislike of certain foods Constipation   Self care Symptoms in early pregnancy can be uncomfortable to say the least. (...) These early organ and bodily developments include:   Brain and spine Inner ear Cardiac tissue Genitals Fingernails Liver Eyelids Pancreas Kidneys Cartilage for the hands, feet and limbs Muscles of the mouth, eyes and nose Webbed fingers and toes Lungs Fetal growth can vary significantly for a number of reasons, but during the first trimester, your baby will grow from about 0.64 cm (.25 in) at the end of the first month (smaller than a grain of rice) to around 10 cm (4 in) by the end of week 12 and will weigh around 28 g (1 oz) [Figures from the Cleveland Clinic ]. 
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Score: 1117938.7 - https://www.unicef.org/azerbai...nes/your-first-trimester-guide
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They are also at risk of developing severe acute malnutrition – dangerously low weight and severe muscle wasting – which is a major cause of death for children under five. (...) Ericka gives Mosa ready-to-use therapeutic food, a tasty peanut-based paste that is designed to help children gain weight quickly. The paste is ideal for treating children in remote areas, not only because it provides all the nutrients children need to recover, but also because it has a good shelf life and isn’t water-based, so there’s little risk of bacterial growth and it doesn’t need refrigeration. 
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Score: 1117938.7 - https://www.unicef.org/madagas...e-could-not-plant-anything-all
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By using machines to separate remaining muscle from bones and skin the process can be made faster and at lower cost. (...) Other, more novel ways of isolating muscle from bones and skin are by acidic/alkaline solubilization processes or by enzymatic hydrolysis, the latter generating peptides with other functionalities as compared to the intact proteins. (...) Additional advantages of separating muscle via acid/alkaline solubilization or hydrolysis is that such fractionation could facilitate the extraction of valuable compounds.
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Score: 1116983.2 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...nts/appropriate-technology/es/
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