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But mix-ups do happen from time to time and, when they do, they grab plenty of attention.
The system totally prevents any product mix-ups resulting from human error, and therefore, our customers are able to refuel at all of our stations without any cares, because they can be sure that they are getting exactly the right product", Holmberg says.
The system has been dernonstrated to provide more uniform heating to all UPLC samples, eliminate sample mix-ups and signifi-cantly reduce the labor-intensity of the whole process.
Amphoteric in B, a systemic antifungal medication, is not commonly used, and health care practitioners may be unfamiliar with its various formulations and the potential consequences of mix-ups among them.
This not only allows the drinker to express individuality, it also avoids bottle mix-ups and offers the chance for individuals to exchange messages.
Other bizarre mix-ups saw people identify Edinburgh as Istanbul, Newcastle as Sydney, Liverpool as Vancouver and Birmingham as Frankfurt.
The inevitable mix-ups of this menage a trois drive the plot to a fairly foregone conclusion.
The safety bulletin highlighted information about such mix-ups, and included information about deaths that had been reported in the United States (ISMP Canada, 2002).
Police have now assigned an officer to each family and their primary concern is to ensure no identity mix-ups occur when bodies are released.
And many have been awarded huge payouts for blunders such as undetected tumours, falls on hospital wards, medication mix-ups and allergic reactions.
She discovered more problems at the plant, such as drug mix-ups, incorrect dosages, cross-contamination and unsafe storage conditions.
This limited support is a result of a student-counselor ratio of 1,000 students for every counselor and the counselor's multifaceted job that must address discipline issues, scheduling, supervising testing programs, and administrative mix-ups.