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biocontainment

(bī′ō-kən-tān′mənt)
n.
The containment of pathological microorganisms within a well-defined, strictly controlled area, usually a research laboratory.

biocontainment

(bi?o-kon-tan'-ment)
In infectious disease laboratories, the process and procedures used to confine harmful microorganisms to the areas in which they are being investigated. The precise regulations vary with the pathogenicity of the organisms.
See: biosafety level
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From the initial planning of the Nebraska Medicine biocontainment unit, collaboration between design and clinical staff brought questions of safety, operational procedures, and staffing--driving Leo A Daly and Nebraska Medical Center to engage and include nurses and other hospital professionals in a transparent and interactive planning and design process.
This outbreak reinforces the urgent need for nations, including Oman, to be better prepared for coping with emerging infectious diseases through strategic planning and system development including biocontainment and laboratory facilities able to handle these frequently recurring and largely unpredictable outbreaks and epidemics.
Taking advantage of the site, a simple floor plate and PSU's enthusiasm for sustainability and energy efficiency, the design-build team created a biocontainment lab facility with a unique architectural expression like none other, earning a High Honors Award in R&D Magazines 2014 Laboratory of the Year competition.
I can only commend Victor and his veterinary team, all of whom have followed the regulations to the letter, implementing biocontainment and biosecurity in a very professional manner, including putting out a statement to the benefit of other trainers in the hope of achieving the common goal of containing this infection.
A large-animal biocontainment laboratory is critically needed in the United States to protect animal and human health, according to a recent report from the National Research Council.
A multi-level approach to biocontainment includes the use of BioSafe tubes, fluid containment annulus rotors and available HEPA filtration.
Although the committee that wrote the report recognizes the need for a biocontainment facility to be built in the U.
state-of-the-art agriculture biocontainment laboratories that research
Categories: Government Operations, Anthrax, Biocontainment laboratories, Biological agents, Biological research, Facility security, Federal regulations, Federal/state relations, Infectious diseases, Laboratories, Laboratory safety, Lessons learned, Monitoring, Public health, Research and development facilities, Risk assessment, Risk factors, Risk management, Strategic planning
No obstante, estos resultados hacen referencia a la opinion personal de los encuestados, ya que estas diferencias vienen determinadas oficialmente por la OMS en "Manual de Bioseguridad en el laboratorio" y quedan recogidas en el articulo "Recommended biocontainment features for research and diagnostic facilities where animal pathogens are used".
New Laboratories Facility Organization Location Pharmaceuticals R&D Center Genzyme Beijing, China Unigene Unigene, the Shizhuang, Biotechnology Shijiazhuang China Pharmaceutical Group (SPG) and its subsidiaries Biocontainment Howard T.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) today announced additional steps in a comprehensive plan to address public safety concerns regarding a national biocontainment research laboratory now under construction at Boston University Medical Center.