sunlamp

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sunlamp

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sun lamp

(sŭn′lămp′)
n.
1. A lamp that radiates ultraviolet rays used in therapeutic and cosmetic treatments.
2. A high-intensity lamp with parabolic mirrors, used in photography.
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After that the doctor said I shouldn't use the sun lamp any more so I tried a sunbed.
So he has packed a special sun lamp, known as a lightbox, to help keep his spirits up as he plays in the $2million Caribbean Poker Classic.
He's currently spending eight hours a day rubbing her tiny head or holding her minuscule hand while she gets treated with sun lamps for jaundice.
WASHINGTON -- Tanning beds and sun lamps will carry new warnings that they should not be used by anyone under age 18, part of a government action announced Thursday aimed at reducing skin cancer linked to the radiation-emitting devices.
Patients using the treatment should avoid exposure to sunlight and sun lamps and should wear sunscreen daily.
Eight white skinned subjects were then whole body irradiated with one personal minimum erythemal dose from sun lamps.
International cancer specialists have reclassified tanning beds and sun lamps as more dangerous than previously suggested.
The United States Department of Health & Human Services has declared ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun and artificial sources, such as tanning beds and sun lamps, as a known carcinogen (cancer-causing substance).
Department of Health & Human Services has declared UV radiation from the sun and artificial sources, such as tanning beds and sun lamps, as a known carcinogen.
There is strong evidence that ultraviolet radiation, whether from sunlight or sun lamps, causes melanoma and other forms of skin cancer.
The power of the sun lamps was increased ten times.
During treatment, patients should avoid unprotected exposure to sunlight, sun lamps, tanning beds, and UVA or UVB light treatments.