allowable dose

allowable dose

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A typical serving contains almost 200 times more lead than California's Maximum Allowable Dose Level (MADL) of 0.
That effort would have determined if products must carry a label warning consumers that a product could expose them to more than the maximum allowable dose level (MADL).
The Refining Facial Serum is a retexturizing concentrate, which combines active botanical extracts, Hyaluronic acid, Resveratrol and the maximum allowable dose of Glycolic, Lactic and Salicylic acids.
Maximum Allowable Dose Level (MADL) (adults) = 410 [micro]g/day (oral)
Guidelines are needed about what is an allowable dose.
The government-set annual allowable dose of radiation is 20 millisieverts a year.
It appears the authors confuse the issue of maximum allowable dose and mean or median dose.
Additionally, GOED continues to update the monograph based on all relevant legislation worldwide, including Proposition 65's No Significant Risk Levels (NSRLs) related to carcinogenic activity and Maximum Allowable Dose Levels (MADLs) related to chemicals causing reproductive toxicity.
Avoidance of toxicity involves knowledge of the minimum effective dose to achieve reliable surgical anaesthesia, maximum allowable dose and strategies for avoiding rapid changes or high peak plasma concentrations.
Instead, it is making more general target assessments based on risk and is considering setting an allowable dose standard.
If a worker removes his eartips for any length of time, QuietDose will assess that additional exposure and alert him should he exceed his allowable dose," Bessette said.
To protect public health, we must determine the allowable dose for each of the above conditions.