References in periodicals archive ?
The base notes, amber and guaiac wood give it a round, warm finish.
Although colonoscopy has higher per-test sensitivity than fecal occult blood tests (FOBTs) such as the guaiac FOBT and the Fecal Immunochemical Test (FIT), it is much more expensive.
Radix glycyrrhizae oral solution contains licorice liquid extract, camphor tincture and guaiac glycerol ether and has previously been shown to be active in the experimental models used in the present study.
The Cemex-BirdLife partnership in the Dominican Republic is making significant progress: extensive field surveys revealed threatened reptiles and 67 new records of plant species for the area around the Las Salinas quarry, including the endemic, threatened Guaiac Tree.
The agency is proposing to cover Cologuard once every 3 years for Medicare beneficiaries who are aged 50-85 years, asymptomatic (no signs or symptoms of colorectal disease including but not limited to lower gastrointestinal pain, blood in stool, positive guaiac fecal occult blood test or fecal immunochemical test), and at average risk to develop colorectal cancer.
Contract award: playing guaiac tests for occult blood in the stool and the transmission of results to the university hospital of tours.
Its sensitivity and specificity reduce the rate of false positive results often associated with traditional guaiac test methods.
Syphilis sive morhus gallicus," the 1530 admonitory epic that gave syphilis its name, also prescribed a treatment regimen: mercury plus guaiac oil from the palo santo tree.
As a result, medicinal plants such as aloe, sarsaparilla, and guaiac, as well as timber used in shipbuilding and spices from the Antilles, were of both practical and symbolic significance.
It has top notes of bourbon pepper, crisp apple, cardamom and black pepper, mid notes of nutmeg, orris and sandalwood, and drynotes of vanilla wood, guaiac wood, vetiver, patchouli and clean musk.
14) By the seventeenth century, though affected by Toledo's economic decline, the hospital was still able to provide free healthcare for syphilis which included both treatment with medications such as mercury, guaiac, and sarsaparilla as well as room and board for the duration of a patient's stay.