risk of exposure

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Noun1.risk of exposure - the probability of being exposed to an infectious agent
probability, chance - a measure of how likely it is that some event will occur; a number expressing the ratio of favorable cases to the whole number of cases possible; "the probability that an unbiased coin will fall with the head up is 0.5"
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In addition, the needle retraction automatically clamps the tubing, reducing the risk of exposure to blood and prevents reuse.
However, in order to reduce the risk of exposure to chemicals that may be linked to cancer, it is very important to avoid products that contain harmful chemicals which may be linked to breast cancer.
The overview revealed that several hepatitis C systematic reviews in Mena countries reported general population estimates based on data drawn from mixed populations at differing risk of exposure to the hepatitis C virus (HCV) and over long time periods, in some cases as long as two decades.
Recent research suggests that following a gluten-free diet may raise the risk of exposure to arsenic and mercury.
ColdSense, according to Zicam, uniquely utilizes smartphone sensors to actively listen for coughs and sneezes around a user to determine the potential risk of exposure and combines this with multiple other indicators to create a constantly updating personalized risk profile.
It is ideal for containment and protection of larger loads at risk of exposure to the elements, such as roofing panels, plasterboard sheeting, insulation batts, medium-density fiberboard, gypsum boards, corrugated sheets and wooden boards.
Sir Michael Wilshaw singled out Birmingham, Luton and Bradford as areas of "concern" as he warned that missing pupils could be at risk of exposure to extremism.
This reduces the risk of exposure and contamination.
ANDREW Joicey, when interviewed about his successful objection via judicial review of the proposed Brackenside Wind Generator, stated that not few can afford the risk of exposure to High Court costs when opposing planning applications.
Those recommendations include developing classifications of individuals based on risk of exposure to Ebola, along with detailed explanations and specific actions for each of the four classifications - high risk of exposure, some risk, low risk and no identifiable risk.
Risk of exposure can be reduced by practicing good hygiene and sanitation, and avoiding drinking water that has come from a potentially unsafe source.
Any oil sales without authorization from these parties places purchasers at risk of exposure to civil liability, penalties and other possible sanctions in multiple jurisdictions." (end) rm.mt KUNA 101601 Mar 14NNNN