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Medición de 25-hidroxivitamina D sérica: comparación de dos inmunoensayos/ Measurement of 25-hydroxyvitamin D in serum: comparison of two immunoassays

Fuentes, A.M.; Fierro, M.F.; Medici, M.; Perharic, C.; Drnovsek, M.; Ercolano, M.; Glikman, P.
2010-12-01

Resumen en español La concentración sérica de 25-hidroxivitamina D (25-OHD) es utilizada como indicador del estado nutricional de Vitamina D (VD). El método más utilizado para medirla es el RIA. El desarrollo reciente de métodos automatizados no radiactivos facilitaría la práctica diaria de laboratorio y el diagnóstico de necesidad de suplementación. Objetivos: Comparar los datos de 25-OHD obtenidos usando un RIA y un método de quimioluminiscencia (QLIA) automatizado disponible en (mas) nuestro medio. Materiales y métodos: Concentraciones de 25-OHD se midieron en suero de 45 pacientes: 8 hombres y 37 mujeres; 18 no suplementados y 27 suplementados con VD (n=5 con VD2 y n=22 con VD3). Las mediciones de 25-OHD se realizaron con un RIA y un QLIA automatizado (LIAISON), ambos DiaSorin. Se calcularon los coeficientes de variación intraensayo (CV intra) e interensayo (CV inter) para ambos métodos. Análisis estadístico: la comparación entre métodos se realizó con los programas Analyse-it y Med Calc Se consideró significativa una p Resumen en inglés Serum concentration of 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25OHD) is used as an indicator of nutritional status of Vitamin D (VD). The methodolgy more frequently used for its measurement is RIA. The recent development of automated non-radioactive methodologies would help the laboratory daily practice to diagnose the need for supplementation. Objectives: To compare the data of 25-OHD obtained using a RIA and an automated chemiluminescence method (CLIA) automated available in our country. (mas) Materials and methods: Concentrations of 25-OHD were measured in serum of 45 patients: 8 men and 37 women, 18 unsupplemented and 27 supplemented with VD (n=5 with VD2 and n=22 with VD3). For 25-OHD measurements we used a RIA and a QLIA under an automated platform (LIAISON), both DiaSorin. We calculated intra-assay (intra) and interassay (inter) coefficients of variation (CV%) for both methods. Statistical analysis: comparison between methods was conducted with Analyse-it and Med Calc softwares; p

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Programa de Protección Ambiental y Bioseguridad en el Instituto Nacional de Psiquiatría Ramón de la Fuente/ Environmental protection and biosecurity program at the National Institute of Psichiatry Ramón de la Fuente

Nieto, Itzchel; Murillo, Susana; Rojo, Maricela; Asai, Miguel
2008-04-01

Resumen en español A partir de 1998, en el Instituto Nacional de Psiquiatría Ramón de la Fuente (INPRF) se iniciaron las actividades del Programa de Protección Ambiental y Civil (PPAyC). Sus objetivos son dar cumplimiento a los requisitos legales, prevenir riesgos, generar estrategias de atención a emergencias, capacitar a la población interna y mejorar el uso y aprovechamiento de los recursos institucionales. El propósito del presente trabajo es presentar los resultados obtenidos des (mas) pués de nueve años de trabajo del PPAyC en las áreas de manejo de residuos biológico-infecciosos, ahorro de energía eléctrica, uso y optimización de agua potable, control de emisiones a la atmósfera de los equipos fijos de combustión, seguridad radiológica y simulacros de emergencia. Residuos peligrosos biológico-infecciosos (RPBI). Con el objeto de reducir riesgos y prevenir accidentes, en el INPRF se implementó un procedimiento operativo para el manejo de los residuos peligrosos biológico-infecciosos en todas las áreas generadoras. Los resultados de las estrategias aplicadas muestran que la cantidad de los residuos y sus costos de manejo han disminuido gradualmente y se han observado mejores prácticas de manejo de residuos por parte de los trabajadores involucrados, con la consecuente reducción de riesgos. Ahorro de energía. Ante la necesidad de optimizar el uso de la energía, disminuir costos y crear conciencia entre la población, se implementó en todo el país el programa de ahorro de energía. Los resultados obtenidos muestran que, a partir de la implementación de las estrategias de ahorro en el INPRF, se obtuvo una reducción en el consumo de energía de 9.6% anual acumulado entre 2004 y 2005. Uso y aprovechamiento de agua potable. A partir de 2003, en el INPRF se implementaron medidas destinadas a disminuir el consumo per capita de agua potable que se recibe por la red municipal y optimizar su uso en las instalaciones. Como resultado se observó una disminución gradual en el uso de agua potable, de tal manera que, de los 170 litros/persona que se utilizaban en 2003, en 2006 únicamente se utilizaron 98 litros/persona. Seguridad radiológica. El programa de seguridad radiológica en el INPRF se inició con el objeto de minimizar los riesgos y efectos adversos que pudieran generar los materiales radiactivos en la salud del personal expuesto ocupacionalmente (POE), prevenir accidentes y cumplir con la normatividad. Como resultado de estas acciones, ningún POE ha excedido el máximo valor de dosis total acumulada (DTA) de radiaciones ionizantes permitido por la Comisión Nacional de Seguridad Nuclear y Salvaguardas (CNSNS) para cuerpo total. Por otro lado, a la fecha no se han registrado accidentes o contaminación con materiales o residuos radiactivos. Simulacros. En el INPRF se implementó un programa de protección civil, cuya labor principal fue la de capacitar periódicamente a los trabajadores para responder ante situaciones de emergencia. Como resultado de los simulacros de sismo que se han realizado (40 parciales y siete generales), se han reducido gradualmente los tiempos de desalojo de los inmuebles y la detección oportuna y sistemática de elementos de seguridad que requieren ser reparados o instalados. Emisiones a la atmósfera. En cumplimiento con la normatividad vigente en la Ciudad de México, en el INPRF se elaboró el programa de mantenimiento anual preventivo y correctivo de las dos calderas que dotan de agua caliente a la institución. Como resultado, se detectó la necesidad de sustituir los equipos por otros que utilizaran tecnología más limpia. Esto favoreció el cumplimiento de los límites máximos permitidos para emisiones gaseosas contaminantes y los costos de mantenimiento se redujeron. Discusión La implementación de diversas estrategias en materia de protección ambiental y civil y la capacitación reducen los riesgos del personal y protegen los bienes inmuebles y el entorno de la ciudad que habitamos. Resumen en inglés Since the beginning, mankind has been subjected to various natural disasters such as floods, hurricanes, earthquakes, droughts and wildfires. Therefore, societies have to organize themselves in order to cope with nature, provide support to each other and to protect the most vulnerable individuals and their properties. Depending on their social organization, some countries have developed their response strategies in the field of civil protection faster than others. After S (mas) eptember 19th, 1985, when an earthquake of Richter magnitude of 8.1 affected Mexico City, the Mexican government decided to establish the guidelines of the National Civil Protection System (SINAPROC). After a few years, the Environmental Protection and Ecological Equilibrium Law was published. This environmental protection regulation is specific and is directed to minimize the negative impact over the environment that could be generated through industrial activities, as well as from research centers, hospitals, and others institutions. To ensure full compliance with the Mexican regulations, in 1998 the Instituto Nacional de Psiquiatría Ramón de la Fuente (INPRF) initiated the Environmental and Civil Protection Program (ECPP). The aim of this program is to meet the legal and operational requirements applicable to an institution which has biomedical research, administration and hospitalization areas. In addition, the ECPP is in charge of giving workers training and generating specific strategies for environmental management in all activities that take place at the Institute. By establishing compliance guidelines to meet the government regulations on environmental and civil protection, the INPRF would develop strategies for minimizing risks, as well as staff training to enhance the use of institutional resources and reduce the response time to deal with emergencies. Objective Since its foundation, the environmental and civil protection program at the INPRF has had two basic objectives: 1. to attend the legal and operative requirements in a third level institution conformed by hospitalization, teaching, research and administrative areas, and 2. to offer continuous training to the internal population of a hospital in order to minimize work risks, to make an optimum use of the institutional resources and to reduce the response time of the workers in emergency situations. To develop and implement such an environmental and civil protection program, the following areas have been considered: Biohazardous wastes, saving electricity, use and optimization of drinking water, control of air emissions from stationary combustion equipment, radiation safety and emergency response procedures. The purpose of this work is to show the results achieved by ECPP after nine years since its inception. Results Biohazardous wastes (BW), by definition, are those materials generated during medical care which contain biological agents that may cause adverse effects to human health and the environment. BW are generated frequently in biomedical research areas, clinical laboratories and hospitals. In order to minimize risks and prevent accidents, INPRF implemented since 1997 an operating procedure for handling biohazardous wastes in all generating areas. Some of those strategies are directed to training medical personnel (physicians, nurses and clinical laboratory technicians) about the identification and classification of biohazardous wastes. Moreover, we have designed and distributed different kinds of written ads in order to help people to recognize and separate wastes correctly. Besides the latter actions, the INPRF hired a registered and certificated company which provides the proper recollection, treatment and final disposal of biological wastes, according to current legal ordinances. As a result of those strategies in the handling of biohazardous wastes in the Institution, the amount of wastes and their disposal costs have gradually decreased. Through staff training, personnel have learned to do a proper segregation of wastes, reducing the quantities of BW and therefore reducing risks. Energy saving. As a way to optimize the institutional resources, as well as reducing costs and creating awareness among the people, the INPRF's Energy Saving program was implemented in 2003. Since 2003, when ECPP began implementing the saving strategies, accumulated energy consumption per year had a 9.6% reduction between 2004 and 2005. Use of potable water. In the search for strategies to optimize the use of potable water that is received through the municipal network, in 2003 the INPRF-ECPP implemented measures aimed not only at reducing the per capita consumption of potable water but also to give it a proper use on the institution areas. As a result of these saving measures, there was a gradual decrease in the use of drinking water. So, from the 170 liters/person-day used in 2003, during 2006 only 98 liters/person-day were used. Radiological safety. Due to the adverse effects to human health that could result from exposure to radioactive materials, an institution that uses this kind of material in its basic biomedical research area must implement the necessary actions to minimize the risk of contamination for users and work areas. For that reason, the INPRF began the Radiological Safety Program, which had as its main objectives to minimize the risks and to prevent accidents involving radioactive materials based on regulation compliance. As a result of these strategies, the maximum value of the total dose accumulated per year of ionizing radiation received by personnel exposed who has carried out research in this institution in recent years has been of 3.14 mSv. Therefore, it had not exceeded the annual limit dose of ionizing radiation allowed for the total body by the Comisión Nacional de Seguridad Nuclear y Salvaguardas (CNSNS) of 50 mSv = 5rem. To date, there has been no accidents or contamination with radioactive materials or wastes in the INPRF. Emergency simulations. Considering the need of being prepared for emergencies and to comply with the regulation that establishes the compulsory conducting simulations in INPRF, the Internal Committee for Civil Protection (ICPC) conducts periodic training of employees on risk prevention, through courses and simulations of situations of earthquake, attempt of fire, handling of hazardous substances spills and first aid. As a result of the earthquake simulations that have been carried out at the INPRF, the time of evacuation of workers, hospitalized patients and floating population from buildings has gradually reduced. An additional advantage of conducting emergency simulations has been the early detection of systematic security features that need to be repaired or installed. Emissions to air. In recent years, increasingly strict regulation and monitoring of gaseous emissions generated by stationary and mobile sources in Mexico City has been established. In order to comply with the current regulations, it became necessary to develop a program of annual preventive and corrective maintenance of combustion equipment that is used to provide hot water, and to make periodic analysis of gaseous emissions. Among the parameters that have to be reported are: temperature of combustion gases, monoxide and dioxide carbon content, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide percentages and generated soot.

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The study of Spanish clays for their use as sealing materials in nuclear waste repositories: 20 years of progress

Villar, M. V.; Fernández-Soler, J. M.; Delgado Huertas, Antonio; Reyes, Emilio; Linares, J.; Jiménez de Cisneros, C.; Huertas, F. J.; Caballero, E.; Leguey, S.; Cuevas, Julián; Garralón, A.; Fernández, A. M.; Pelayo, M.; Martín, P. L.; Pérez Del Villar, L.; Astudillo, J.
2006-01-01

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The radiological impact and restrictions on phosphogypsum waste applications

Tayibi, H.; Gascó, Catalina; Navarro, Nuria; López Delgado, Aurora; Alguacil, Francisco José; López Gómez, Félix Antonio
2009-11-01

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The clayey fissural fillings associated with N100º-110ºE fractures at the El Berrocal uranium mine (Sierra de Gredos, Spain): characterization, genesis and retention capacity of radioactive and other elements

Pérez Del Villar, L.; De la Cruz, B.; Cózar, J. S.; Pardillo, J.; Gómez, P.; Turrero, M. J.; Reyes, Emilio; Delgado Huertas, Antonio; Caballero, E.
1993-08-30

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Status and outlook of the neutron time-of-flight facility n_TOF at CERN

Gunsing, F.; Abbondanno, U.; Aerts, G.; Álvarez, H.; Álvarez-Velarde, F.; Andriamonje, S.; Andrzejewski, J.; Assimakopoulos, P.; Audouin, L.; Badurek, G.; Baumann, P.; Vincente, M. C.; Berthoumieux, E.; Vlachoudis, V.; Vlastou, R.; Voss, F.; Wendler, H.; Wiescher, M.; Wisshak, K.; Calvino, F.; Cano Ott, Daniel; Dolfini, R.; Capote, R.; Albornoz, A. C. de; Cennini, P.; Eleftheriadis, C.; Chepel, V.; Chiaveri, E.; Colonna, N.; Cortés, G.; Couture, A.; Cox, J.; Ferrant, L.; Dahlfors, M.; David, S.; Dillman, I.; Domingo Pardo, César; Dridi, W.; Duran, I.; Ferrari, A.; Ferreira-Marques, R.; Frais-Koelbl, H.; Fujii, K.; Furman, W.; Jericha, E.; Goncalves, I.; González-Romero, E.; Goverdovski, A.; Karamanis, D.; Gramegna, F.; Griesmayer, E.; Guerrero, C.; Haas, B.; Haight, R.; Heil, M.; Kerveno, M.; Herrera-Martínez, A.; Igashira, M.; Isaev, S.; Kappeler, F.; Kadi, Y.; Karadimos, D.; Ketlerov, V.; Koehler, P.; Konovalov, V.; Kossionides, E.; Krticka, M.; Mengoni, A.; Lampoudis, C.; Leeb, H.; Lindote, A.; Neves, F.; Lopes, I.; Lozano, M.; Lukic, S.; Marganiec, J.; Marques, L.; Marrone, S.; Oberhummer, H.; Martínez, T.; Massimi, C.; Mastinu, P.; Milazzo, P. M.; Moreau, C.; Mosconi, M.; O'Brien, S.; Oshima, M.; Pancin, J.; Papachristodoulou, C.; Papadopoulos, C.; Rauscher, T.; Paradela, C.; Patronis, N.; Pavlik, A.; Rudolf, G.; Pavlopoulos, P.; Perrot, L.; Pigni, M. T.; Plag, R.; Plompen, A.; Plukis, A.; Rullhusen, P.; Poch, A.; Pretel, C.; Quesada, J.; Reifarth, R.; Rosetti, M.; Rubbia, C.; Salgado, J.; Sarchiapone, L.; Savvidis, I.; Stephan, C.; Tagliente, G.; Walter, S.; Taín, José Luis; Tassan-Got, L.; Tavora, L.; Becvar, F.; Terlizzi, R.; Vannini, G.; Vaz, P.; Ventura, A.; Villamarin, D.
2007-05-25

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Resistance of class C fly ash belite cement to simulated sodium sulphate radioactive liquid waste attack

Guerrero Bustos, Ana María; Goñi Elizalde, Sara; Rodríguez Allegro, Virgina

5 pages.-- Final full-text version of the paper available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhazmat.2008.04.086. | The resistance of class C fly ash belite cement (FABC-2-W)to concentrated sodium sulphate salts associated with low level wastes (LLW) and medium level wastes (MLW) is discussed. This stu...

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Resistance of class C fly ash belite cement to simulated sodium sulphate radioactive liquid waste attack

Guerrero Bustos, Ana María; Goñi Elizalde, Sara; Rodríguez Allegro, Virgina
2008-04-29

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Preliminary studies of a phosphogypsum stabilisation process using a sulphur polymer matrix

Tayibi, H.; López-Delgado, A.; Choura, Mohamed; Gascó, Catalina; Navarro, Nuria; Alguacil, Francisco José; López Gómez, Félix Antonio
2009-01-01

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Natural ocurring radionuclide waste in Spain: The Huelva phosphogypsum stacks case

Gázquez, Manuel J.; Bolívar, J. P.; García-Tenorio, R.; Galán, F.; López Gómez, Félix Antonio; Puertas, F.; Alguacil, Francisco José; Guerrero Bustos, Ana María
2009-11-01

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Evaluation of long-term behavior of concretes in high level waste repositories. An accelerated leaching test

Andrade, Carmen; Alonso, C.; Hidalgo López, Ana; Fernández Luco, Luis; Petit, S.
2004-02-01

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Durability of class C fly ash belite cement in simulated sodium chloride radioactive liquid waste: Influence of temperature

Guerrero Bustos, Ana María; Goñi Elizalde, Sara; Rodríguez Allegro, Virgina

4 pages.-- Final full-text version of the paper available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhazmat.2008.05.151. | This work is a continuation of a previous durability study of class C fly ash belite cement (FABC-2-W) in simulated radioactive liquid waste (SRLW) that is very rich in sulphate salts. Th...

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Characterization and valorisation of norm wastes; application to the TIO2 production

Gázquez, Manuel J.; Mantero, J.; Bolívar, J. P.; García-Tenorio, R.; Galán, F.; López Gómez, Félix Antonio; Puertas, F.; Alguacil, Francisco José; Guerrero Bustos, Ana María
2009-11-01

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Cemented matrices use in the storage of low and medium radioactive waste: Spanish experience

Goñi Elizalde, Sara; Hernández Crespo, M.ª Soledad; Guerrero Bustos, Ana María
2009-11-01

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Caracterización de la curva de termoluminiscencia del circón a partir de su contenido radiactivo y del análisis térmico diferencial

Correcher, Virgilio; Valle Fuentes, Francisco José; García Guinea, Javier; Robredo, L. M.; López-Arce, Paula
2003-11-01

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Advantages and disadvantages of using phosphogypsum as building material. Radiological aspects

Gascó, Catalina; Álvarez, A.; Navarro, Nuria; Yagüe, L.; Tayibi, H.; López Gómez, Félix Antonio; López Delgado, Aurora; Alguacil, Francisco José
2009-11-01

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