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in environmental law relating to waste, the physical, thermal, chemical or biological processes, including sorting, that change the characteristics of waste in order to reduce its volume, reduce its hazardous nature, facilitate its handling, or enhance its recoverability.
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How the transformation efficiency is affected by cold incubation of the bacterial cells after heat shock treatment is not clearly defined.
Dr John Friedberg, a neurologist who has researched the effects of ECT for over 30 years, stated: "It is very hard to put into words just what shock treatment does to people generally .
For these spawnings cold shock was stopped by decanting off the cold water once embryos had settled during the shock treatment, followed by the addition of 27[degrees]C seawater at the correct time to give the different treatment durations.
After an unspecified number of shock treatments, Bill was deemed well enough to be released from the hospital, and he took lodgings in London.
What is needed is a new protocol that includes shock treatment to minimize both the opportunity for human error and the consequences of an accident.
This week Lisa resorts to shock treatment by contactingthe mother of one of the dead girls.
John Friedberg, M.D., writes of his experience as a neurology resident in the 1970s at a West Coast residency in his book Shock Treatment Is Not Good for Your Brain.
Two other services -- administering some types of medicine, such as heart stimulants, and the use of electric shock treatment to stimulate the heart -- are also being studied under the role expansion while patients are en route to hospitals mainly by ambulance, they said.
(The uninitiated can get a good sense of this from the titles of some of the band's signature tunes, which include "Beat On the Brat," "Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue," "You're Gonna Kill That Girl," "Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment," and "I Wanna Be Sedated.")
An Alberta woman who was a patient and in a catatonic state in a mental hospital was given an involuntary shock treatment after a Review Panel at the hospital decided that it should be ordered.
When they gave the man shock treatment I knew his heart must have stopped.
ECT, or "shock treatment," as it is known by many, actually is a safe and effective method for the treatment of several psychiatric disorders, maintains Louise Dabiri, clinical assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.