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Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 1976; Volume 54; Volume 54, Number 6, Year 1976 54 (6), Pages 710-712: Effect of Temperature and Relative Humidity on Variola Virus in Crusts

By Farida Huq

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Title: Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 1976; Volume 54; Volume 54, Number 6, Year 1976 54 (6), Pages 710-712: Effect of Temperature and Relative Humidity on Variola Virus in Crusts  
Author: Farida Huq
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Language: English
Subject: Health., Public health, Wellness programs
Collections: Medical Library Collection, World Health Collection
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Publisher: World Health Organization

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Huq, F. (n.d.). Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 1976; Volume 54; Volume 54, Number 6, Year 1976 54 (6), Pages 710-712. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Iodized salt is now universally recognized by goitre authorities as the most convenient and most effective vehicle for the administration of supplemental iodine. If iodized salt were introduced everywhere for domestic use as a permanent measure in public health, simple goitre would become a thing of the past. The ease or practicability of iodizing salt is conditioned largely by the methods employed for the production of the salt from brine or other raw material. Salt produced by continuous vacuum-evaporation processes is very easily and satisfactorily iodized by spraying I\-irh an aqueous solution of an iodine compound and this method is general in the United Kingdom and other countries where important salt-n~anufactming industries exist and it is necessary to iodize large quantities of salt, Vacuum salt or other free-running salt may be iodized alternatively by a dry-mixing process, but this is not so economic as spraying and is not rscommended as a method for large-scale production of iodized salt. A method to iodize crystalline salt made by the continuous heated open-pan evaporation of brine is the regulated addition of small quantities of potassium iodide solution to the brine throughout the pro~ess.~

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