maltitol

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maltitol

 [mawl´tĭ-tol]
a hydrogenated, partially hydrolyzed starch used as a sweetener.

maltitol

A sugar alcohol (polyol) used as an artificial sweetener, which has nearly the same physical properties as table sugar but contains fewer calories, does not cause tooth decay, and does not trigger an abrupt release of insulin.

Adverse effects
In excess, maltitol can have a laxative effect.
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The sand patch method (ASTM E965 2006) has been historically used as the main technique for measuring pavement macrotexture.
ASTM E965 (2006) describes the test procedure for carrying out the sand patch test to measure the texture of a surface.
Os homicidios estao codificados como E960-E965.0; E965.4-E965.5; E965.9E968.3; E968.8-E969 pela 9a revisao da CID e com os codigos X85-X93; X95-X99; Y00-Y09; Y87.1 na 10a revisao da CID.
1971) for each of six body regions (head, face, chest, abdomen, extremities, and general) were calculated from International Classification of Diseases, 9th revision (ICD-9) diagnosis codes by the STR Indicator variables (1 yes, 0 = no) were created for motor vehicle crashes (ICD-9 E-codes E810-E819), bums (E890-E899, E924), and penetrating injuries (E920, E922, E955, E956, E965, E966).
Ninth Revision (for death certificate data), and International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision, Clinical Modification (for hospital discharge data), codes E965.0-E965.4 (assault), E955.0-E955.4 (self-inflicted), E922 (unintentional), E970 (legal intervention), and E985.0-E985.4 (undetermined).
Products include E935, a silicone release agent for food grade applications; E978, a paintable food grade product; E965, a versatile and paintable clear liquid product formulated for parts to be adhesively bonded or decorated; and E960, a multipurpose and paintable release agent and lubricant that provides a dry antistick coating, eliminating the need for cleaning prior to post-mold decoration.
Dada la relevancia de los homicidios cometidos mediante el uso de armas de fuego, tambien se incorporaron estos al analisis: codigos E965.1-E965.4 entre 1990 y 1997 (Novena CIE) y codigos X93-X95 a partir de 1998 (Decima CIE).
In January and February 1996, the ministry of health or the national statistics institute in each of the 26 countries were asked to provide denominator data and counts by sex and by 5-year age groups for the most recent year data were available for the number of suicides (International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision [ICD-9], codes E950.0-E959), homicides (E960.0-E969), suicides by firearm (E955.0-E955.4), homicides by firearm (E965.0-E965.4), unintentional deaths caused by firearm (E922.0-E922.9), and firearm-related deaths for which intention was undetermined (E985.0-E985.4); 26 (96%) countries, including the United States, provided complete data(*).
Se seleccionaron aquellos registros del IED cuyas muertes estaban catalogadas como homicidios por armas de fuego (E965.0-E965.4 y X93-X95) en base a la Clasificacion Internacional de Enfermedades 9a y 10a revision y su equivalencia (12,13).
E-codes used to classify intent include E922.0-9 (unintentional), E955.0-4 (suicide), E965.0-4 (assault), E985.0-4 (unknown intent), and E970 (legal intervention).
In standard vital statistics tabulations, firearm-related deaths are recorded in four separate categories: homicides (International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision [ICD-9], codes E965.0-E965.4 and E970), suicides (ICD-9 codes E955.0-E955.4), unintentional (ICD-9) code E922), and intent undetermined (ICD-9 codes E985.0-E985.4).
(*1) Firearm-related homicides are defined as ICD-8 and ICD-9 rubric E965. Although this rubric includes deaths from explosives, such deaths account for <0.1% of total homicides from firearms and explosives.