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John Doull M.D. PhD (see TLV) co-author of Casarett and Doull's Toxicology -2001 ed. Also Chair of the ACGIH TLV Committee Also a member of NIOSH.  NIOSH VS. BIG CHLORINE & OCCIDENTAL CHEMICAL US CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS-1989 (Revising of the Hg vapor TWA from 100 ppm to 50 ppm) The UT-Tyler Attendings lie like BIG CHLORINE.... THE PREVIOUS LINK DESCRIBES THE PRECLINICAL SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE TO AIR LEVELS  FROM 100- 25 PPM MANY OF WHOM HAVE DENTAL FILLINGS!

THE ACTUAL STANDARD OF CARE FOR MERCURY VAPOR IN AN OCCUPATIONAL ENVIRONMENT.

The Biological Exposure Indices: A Key Component in Protecting Workers from Toxic Chemicals

Biological monitoring of exposure to chemicals in the workplace is an important component of exposure assessment and prevention of adverse health effects. It should be employed in conjunction with ambient air monitoring to provide information on the absorbed dose of a chemical agent and the effect of all routes of exposure. Judgments regarding the acceptable level of a chemical or its metabolite in biological samples are facilitated by comparison to a reference value. The American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH) has established a series of recommended reference values called the Threshold Limit Values (TLV) and Biological Exposure Indices (BEI). The history and characteristics of the BEI/TLV are reviewed, and their suitability for use by occupational health specialists is examined. A number of challenges and stimuli to the continued development and improvement of these reference values are described, ALSO SEE MRL

The Biological Exposure Indices: A Key Component in Protecting Workers from Toxic Chemicals

The BEI are reference values intended as guidelines for the evaluation of potential health hazards in the practice of industrial hygiene (5). The mission of industrial hygiene is the anticipation, recognition, evaluation, and control of exposure to health hazards in the workplace, with the overall aim of preventing or minimizing adverse health effects of exposure. Thus, when the BEI are used by physicians, nurses, engineers, or industrial hygienists, their principal application should be to support prevention of injurious exposures.
These reference values are the recommendations of a professional society, the ACGIH, which also establishes reference values for airborne chemical concentrations in the workplace. The latter are called Threshold Limit Values (TLV) and represent conditions under which nearly all workers may be exposed repeatedly over a working lifetime without adverse health effects.

The index values represent the level of the determinant most likely to be observed in specimens collected from a worker with an internal dose equivalent to that arising solely from inhalation exposure at the TLV concentration (5). Thus, most of the BEI are closely linked to the corresponding TLV and are based on preventing the same health effect addressed by the TLV.

Human Toxicokinetic Data Are Available

There should be sufficient data of high quality that describe the absorption, systemic distribution, metabolism, storage, and excretion of the compound or its metabolites. These are necessary to support the selection of the appropriate analyte, the tissue or fluid to be sampled, and the timing of the sample. The committee requires that the toxicokinetic studies be published in the peer-reviewed scientific literature so their quality can be assessed by all interested parties.


A proposed BEI is supported by a document that reviews the scientific data used in developing the reference value and that contains a synoptic rationale for the recommendation. The documentation must conform to a standard format incorporating relevant physical and chemical properties of the chemical; toxicokinetic data; discussion of possible nonoccupational exposure; the value and rationale for the corresponding TLV; a discussion of sampling and analytical methods for the determinant(s); anticipated biological levels without occupational exposure; the timing of appearance of the determinant; factors affecting interpretation of the measurement; the justification for the recommended BEI together with a critical assessment of the current data available; and finally, a description of reference values recommended or required by other organizations. All literature used in the preparation of the documentation is cited and a copy of each item must be provided for archiving.

The BEI Committee then conducts a thorough review of the proposed BEI and its documentation. A member not involved in the preparation of the proposal is assigned to lead this review, during which special attention is paid to the correspondence of the BEI to the TLV if that approach has been used, or to the relationship to health effects data if not. Conformance to the feasibility assessment is considered and the practical aspects of sampling, analysis, and interpretation are examined. The review process is one of scientific judgment based upon the weight of available evidence and does not include a quantitative risk assessment. The approach in most cases has been to select the level of each determinant that is most likely to result from inhalation exposure at the TLV. The decision takes account of typical workers' physical activities during exposure and pays particular attention to experimental or epidemiologic data on the toxicokinetics of the compound. The final recommendation is invariably a consensus of the voting members of the committee. Revisions to the documentation are often agreed upon at this stage in response to comments from the committee members.


Normal Values
Urine= <10 ug Hg/L; Blood= (0.2-2 ug) Hg/100 ml or [2-20 ug Hg/L]

There is considerable overlap among concentrations of mercury found in the normal population, asymptomatic exposed individuals, and patients with clinical evidence of poisoning. There is no definitive correlation between blood and urine mercury levels with mercury toxicity. (9,23)
As Stated in The Textbook reference at UT-Tyler Public Health Library [The Clinical Basis of Medical Toxicology p. 1328

Human Exposure and Response

Several epidemiologists have investigated mercury exposure and its resultant health effects. Most of these studies have focused on occupationally exposed workers who were not in the dental health field. Generally, results of dental health workers have shown that these workers have higher levels of mercury exposure than the general population, but lower levels than those of other occupationally exposed workers.

Studies have documented neurophysiologic (88-90) and renal changes (89) in exposed workers from both the dental health providers and other populations. Moreover, results of tests on central (91) and peripheral nerve conductance (92) demonstrated some impairment of these physiologic parameters in occupationally exposed groups. Relatively few investigators have examined the potential health effects of mercury in a nonoccupationally exposed cohort (i.e., patients with amalgam fillings). Many of the studies we discuss in the following paragraphs had small sample sizes and may have lacked sufficient statistical power to determine any differences between the exposed and unexposed groups.

Occupations with High Mercury Exposure

Langworth and colleagues (93) measured the blood and urine mercury levels of 79 industrial workers who were not occupationally exposed and 89 chloralkali, workers who were occupationally exposed to elemental mercury. Levels of the workers' fish consumption was determined by questionnaire. The blood and urine mercury levels were 4 and 11 times higher, respectively, among occupationally exposed workers. They attributed the lesser differences in blood mercury levels to interferences from dietary exposure to methylmercury, which preferentially binds to red blood cells. Among unexposed workers, they found correlations between blood mercury levels and fish consumption and between urine levels and the number of amalgam surfaces. They did not find such correlations in subjects occupationally exposed to elemental mercury
Kingman (1998) U.S. Population HgU levels The mean urinary mercury values found were 3.1 ug Hg/L (range 0-34 ug Hg/L). In the Langworth study above The blood and urine mercury levels were 4 and 11 times higher, respectively, among occupationally exposed workers. If you use the US population avg. 3.1 µg Hg/L., and multiply by 11 the avg HgU in the Langworth study would be approximately 33 ug Hg /L. This OVERLAP never resulted in the observation of any involvement of the tissues of the mouth or any signs and symptoms (CNS & KIDNEYS) period as reported by both Kingman and Langworth although these were exposure studies.


Dentists

Naleway and colleagues (101) reported findings from on-site screenings at the American Dental Association 1985 and 1986 annual sessions. These screenings were a part of the health screening program (HSP) to identify dentists having elevated concentrations of mercury in their urine. Data generated from this study were used to examine the relationship between elevated urinary mercury levels, occupational exposure and kidney dysfunction. Measurements of concentrations of beta 2 microglobulin in serum and urine and of creatinine in serum, and also of creatinine clearance were used to evaluate kidney dysfunction. The mean urinary mercury values found in the 1985 and 1986 HSP were 5.8 µg Hg/L and 7.6 µg Hg/L, respectively. For about 10 percent of the subjects in the 1985 and 1986 studies, urinary mercury concentrations were above 20 µg/L. No clear relationship was demonstrated between elevated urinary mercury concentrations and kidney dysfunction. The reported absence of a clear relationship between urinary mercury concentrations and potential kidney dysfunction is in agreement with other findings/studies at the mercury concentrations measured.
Information on the professional exposure of the subjects in the 1985 and 1986 HSP was obtained by questionnaire. A follow-up questionnaire that addressed psychological and neuropsychological symptoms was provided to participants who had elevated urinary mercury concentrations in the 1985 HSP. Analysis of responses to these questionnaires provided three significant relationships none of which were health effects. These relationships were associated with the following: 1) mercury/amalgam handling and skin contact, 2) the number of amalgams placed by the dentist, and 3) the number of hours of practice per week


References
88. Smith, PJ., Langolf, G.D., Goldberg, J. (1983): Effects of occupational exposure to elemental mercury on short term memory. Br J Ind Med 40:413419.
89. Rosenman K.D., Valciukas, J.A., Glickman, L., Meyers, B.R., Cinotti, A. (1986): Sensitive indicators of inorganic mercury toxicity. Arch Environ Health 41:209-215.
90. Shapiro, I.M., Sumner, AJ., Spitz, L.K., Cornblath, D.R., Uzzell, B., Ship, I.I., Bloch, P. (1982): Neurophysiological and neuropsychological function in mercury-exposed dentists. Lancet 1:1147-1150
93. . Langsworth, S., Elinder, C-G., Akesson, A. (1988): Mercury exposure from dental fillings: I. Mercury concentrations in blood and urine. SwedDent J 12:69-70
101. . Naleway, C., Chou, H.N., Muller, T., Dabney, J., Roxe, D., Siddiqui, F. (1991): On-site screening for urinary Hg concentrations and correlation with glandular and renal tubular function. J Public Health Dent 51:12-7


 

 

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Hi New image, I would like to know just what is it you do in medical services? Did you ever take a course in medical pharmacology? Do you know area under the curve...smile you have some nice areas under the curve.  I would give you honors in Pharmacology any day.

  

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 Would you take 1/4 (140 IQ: 2nd STD of IQ) of an Aspirin for a Headache, this is 1/8 of a normal dose. The son of Essie Mae Thurmond-Washington-Willams (Herself 1/2 white/ and 1/2 African-American and the illegitimate SCHOOLTEACHER [TALL TREE] daughter of Strom Thurmond) is a Medical Doctor (TALL TREE). Strom Thurmond has a white son that is a US Attorney (Law Degree-TALL TREE). This is his grandson Ľ white.

   Therefore, you know now that that in order to increase the area under the curve and to get real honors in medical pharmacology; Anthony Trevor Ph.D. (I’m the Heavy Hit-Only the Top 8% can get Honors at the #1 Ranked MCAT scores/GPA’S In the US[UCSF School of Medicine The major feeder school is UC Berkeley with 43% Asians; 31% white and the rest other minorities-This is the MOST COMPETITIVE UNDERGRADUATE SCHOOL IN THE US, NOT HIGH IN IVY- HARVARD] you need the doctor to prescribe you the proper dose of medication, don't you... and  you need to create a new image... you need to increase your area under the curve.

 

    Did you know that the blue line on gums is due to known toxic doses (8 hr. occupational exposures), Jackie Carter, Ultra marathon length (Time to the Big-O, see below) who sees me using the baking soda to brush my teeth with and is talking out the side of her neck (30 min. dose measurement in the oral cavity; 3-4@ day=120 min or 2 hrs) weighs 270 lbs. 1/2 of an aspirin would never faze her.

Jeneat Burist, otherwise known as HIV positive Quick Draw Mc Graw, Jeneat Burist, (Time to the Big-O, see below) who also sees me using the Baking soda , weighs 240 lbs. (15 min. dose measurement w/ a Hg meter in the oral cavity; 3-4@ day=60 min. or 1 hr.) this is 1/4 of an Aspirin. This would never faze her either.

        This is 1/4 to 1/8 of the 8 hr. occupational Hg exposure.  This is an apple to an orange and Reganda Russell, the Burn Unit ICU RN, has Dr. Hand's own dental fillings, yet neither she nor millions of persons have a blue line on gums... Explain what is the exact difference there in my area under the curve there, New image, and UT-Tyler Attendings in Toxicology, [Remember the most important quality of the Ideal Attending Physician is 1) Technical Proficiency w/o this your patients will almost always undergo unnecessary pain and suffering, Technical ineptitude is the CARDINAL SIN  2) This means since medicine is based on science, this job is to define and describe mother nature and to predict and alter the course of mother nature. If you don't do this correctly not only will you not win the Nobel Prize In Medicine, Dr. Robert Koch M.D., you will revert back to the Cardinal Sin. Especially in the patients CNS, Ben Carson M.D.

 

          "We don't want to attack you in the detailed literature of Hg poisoning, Because you are far to strong here"  they state all this in Feb 2002, the Grand Slam called the US Open which is the 140 mph 1st Serve to their weak backhand side. This is not returnable. I out know them, I out Verbal-Visual them, I out think them (140 IQ) and I can out diagnose them. I am there Vast scientific superior, their vast medical superior and their genetic superior as well, as it is exceptionally bright for a doctor to be in the 2nd STD of IQ. And also the Athletic -Academic double-double. (Eye-Hand)

      

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Gerald

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Baylor

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  The average Neurosurgeon is paid between $100,000-$300,000/yr. However, Ben Carson M.D. and Charlie Wilson M.D. (1/2 Cherokee Indian and 1/2 White from Oklahoma, and a member of the UCSF School of Medicine Minority Admissions Committee are the world's #1 ranked Neurosurgeons Pediatric and Adult.  They are paid by the mill.  Translation, all Neurosurgeons are "Paid By the Mill" you meant "Paid by the millimeter". Neurosurgeons all cut into the CNS, millimeter by millimeter.

 This is how the Iranian Twins were separated by a team of neurosurgeons in Singapore by a neurosurgical team, lead by Ben Carson M.D. They cut Millimeter by Millimeter and yet they still died.

   The CNS is like a bunch of eggshells, this is how real neurosurgeons tread on the CNS. If you crush one of the eggshells that represents the Patients CNS, ALL THE KINGS HORSES AND ALL THE KINGS MEN WILL NEVER PUT HUMPTY DUMPTY BACK TOGETHER AGAIN.

         In a study of the most stressful occupations, the average heart rate of a Neurosurgeon during Neurosurgery was about 110 beats per min. or bpm. Race Car driver during a race was about 120-140 bpm. The most stressful occupation of all was that of a Navy Aircraft Carrier Pilot During a night landing, this heart rate was about 140-160 bpm.  THIS IS WHAT NEUROSURGEONS THINK ABOUT THE CNS!!!! THIS IS THE JFK HEAD SHOT, JUST ASK THE IRANIAN TWINS!!

     The two references sent out in a previous e-mail or in hard copy are medical (AMA) references from real medical toxicology textbooks located at UT-Tyler Health Library and can be found in most medical libraries if well stocked. They were not available at UCSF in 1989, but the scientific papers were available, but the sign and symptom match was made in a medical Toxicology textbook in 1989. Of course the body does not lie when it has the signs and symptoms of illness. Mercury poisoning exists without the blue line on gums, which is as already stated not required for Dx and is not seen in poisoned dentists, rarely seen in modern industrial mercury poisoning, and is not seen in real life in any person(s) with dental fillings, including Reganda Russell. This is the real life correct dose and correct route and is the correct apple-to-apple comparison. The description of mercury poisoning from Cecil's Textbook of Internal Medicine -2001 ed. describes mercury poisoning without this blue line, this is correct clinical judgment. The blue line relates to higher doses, seen in "mad hatter factories" before regulation (air sampling-required by law) and to acute high-level exposures in the modern day, and is the most cited and most frequent and well studied examples of chronic metallic mercury poisoning in the history of mankind or medicine.  As the medical toxicology literature is composed of many references to these "mad hatters”, the average description in this literature is not representative of modern-day chronic metallic mercury poisoning. If one drew a time line in the various descriptions of chronic metallic mercury poisoning, if one is expert in knowledge, as I am from reading every reference at UCSF, you will find that this blue line almost disappears when the modern-era of regulation is applied to the various descriptions of mercury poisoning as it relates to the lower doses seen in air-sampled occupational environments. If you group by occupation, you will not find a single dentist with the blue line, yet these persons also experience chronic metallic mercury poisoning. This is real-life and is the best clinical and expert judgment.

 

These peaks can be induced by abrasive grit (tooth brushing), chewing, acidic foodstuffs, (Vinegar containing foods, chips and salsa is the worst offender) hot liquids and Listerine mouthwash (acidic insult).

 

       The dose calculations peak to trough HIV positive Quick Draw McGraw Jeneat Burist dose calculation (Her time to the Big-O in a supersensitive nerve ending jam session is 5, 10, 15 maybe 20 min., rarely 30 min.  They know in the 24-hr. section at Fox-Run Apartments.)  is 15 min. peak to trough measured with a mercury vapor meter at every mealtime or every dental hygiene protocol. 

15 min. 3-4 times/day = 45- 60 min. or 1 hour.

         The Jackie Carter Ultra Marathon Length Dose calculation (Her time to the Big-O is about opening bid 30 min. average length is 45-90 min. max limits about 2 hrs.) is 30 min. peak to trough at every mealtime or dental hygiene protocol.  

30 min. 3-4 times/day = 90-120 min. or 2 hours.

        

Translation, by dose calculation, by descriptions in the literature “Casarett and Doul’s Toxicology-2001 ed.

 

“Low compared to known toxic levels” p. 834

John Doull M.D. PhD (see TLV) co-author of Casarett and Doull's Toxicology -2001 ed. Also Chair of the ACGIH TLV Committee.

 

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Hg Vapor

Occupational Exp.

(Known Toxic Doses)

HIV Positive Quick Draw Mc Graw –Jeneat Burist Dose

Jackie Carter Ultra Marathon Length Dose

Duration/Area Under The Curve

8 hrs Blue Line

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2hrs

 

The toxicity of mercury and its compounds, recognized since antiquity and widely acknowledged in industry, has recently been reviewed (7-12). Signs and symptoms associated with mercury intoxication from elemental mercury include tremor, ataxia, personality change, loss of memory, insomnia, fatigue, depression, headaches, irritability, slowed nerve conduction, weight loss, appetite loss, psychological distress, and gingivitis (7,9,13). Most of these signs and symptoms have been associated with persons with long-term occupational exposure to air concentrations of mercury greater than 50 µg/m3 whose urinary mercury concentrations are greater than 100 ug/L. Clinically significant effects (erethism, intention tremor, gingivitis) have not been reported below air concentrations of 100 µg Hg/m3. Most effects observed in persons exposed to mercury in air concentrations below 100 ug Hg/m3 are preclinical e.g., slowed nerve conduction, short term memory loss, special instrumental tests for tremor. No clinical findings on kidney function decrement have been found in persons exposed to air mercury concentrations below 100 mg Hg/m3 . In comparison the range of mercury in urine for persons with no clearly identifiable occupational source of mercury exposure is up to 20 ug/L. 

References (7-12) Reviews

7. World Health Organization (WHO) (1991): Environmental Health Criteria 118, Inorganic Mercury. World Health Organization, Geneva

8. World Health Organization (WHO) (1990): Environmental Health Criteria 101, Methylmercury. World Health Organization, Geneva.

9. Berlin, M. (1986): Mercury. In: Friberg, L., Nordberg, G.F., and Vouk, V., editors. Handbook on the Toxicology of Metals .2nd Edition. New York Elsevier Science Publishers

10. Clarkson, T.W., (PDF) Hursch, J.B., Sager, P.R., Syversen, TL.M. (1988): Mercury. In: Clarkson, T.W., Friberg, L., Nordberg, G.F., and Sager, P.R., editors. Biological Monitoring of Toxic Metals. New York Plenum Press, pp. 199-246, .

11. Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) (1989): Toxicological profile for mercury, U.S. Public Health Service, ATSDR/TP-98/16.

12. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) (1984): Mercury health effects update—health issue assessment. Washington, DC: Office of Health and Environment, EPA. EPA 600/8-84-019F.

    The known toxic doses are occupational 8 hour doses, derived from “mad-hatter factories” in non-air sampled environments, before regulation.   This is an obvious Apple to Orange comparison. 

 

  Do you know Koch's postulates in Microbiology, Robert Koch?

 

Millions of persons have dental fillings, is this the Minnesota Twin Study, Bouchard, because the body does not Lykken in illness, does it Reganda? Has Dr. Hand’s own dental fillings, this is the real life experiment…..Hmmm?

 

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Hi,

 

Incompetent, Bumbling, Inept, UT Tyler Toxicology Attendings, Big Goofs, Big Fuck-Ups, Rudy Poots and Country Bumpkins whose approach to the detailed literature of HG poisoning is Causal ,Shallow, Lackadaisical, Lassie-Faire, Misapplied as an Apple is to an Orange, Non- Committal ,Half-Ass, Not Tolerated , grossly medically incompetent and gets a grade of “F”

 

GERALD

      With the best High-Tech surveillance that money can buy, they cannot diagnose illness with it being practically thrown into their laps.  They cannot hit shit in the dark with a flashlight, and cannot coach their way out of a corner surrounded by cats with trained Doberman Pinchers. They are pathetic. 

 

These medically incompetent loose cannons should not be allowed with 100 mi. of any person with repeated bouts of poisioning by neurotoxins which cannot be readily detected by blood and or urine testing (dozens of them, inc. HG vapor) or within 100 mi. of the AIDS WARD at SFGH/UCSF, either. They would kill someone. They might as well be laypersons and need to be defrocked and relived of their white coats.

 

 

  

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 Clarkson -The Three Faces of  Mercury.: A review.   ATSDR MRL PDF file.  Richardson: Hg Review.    Aposhian: Effects of Dental Amalgams  See BBC Documentary 1994- The Poison In your Mouth  LSRO- DENTAL AMALGAM SCIENTIFIC REVIEW PANEL PRESENTATION   CAT-CHILDREN'S AMALGAM TRIAL PRESENTATION (David Bellinger PhD- Harvard University) John Doull M.D. PhD  co-author of Casarett and Doull's Toxicology (See above images/excerpts/TLV)

 Gerald Russell

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Clinically Innapparent means w/o signs and symptoms or asymptomatic. Clinically Innapparent Viral Encephalitis-means w/o the signs and symptoms of infectious disease. There is no such illness and if it existed, which it doesn’t on all 5 billion people, it would not tag to my body.

Do you really believe the medical opinion, your real job is to protect my CNS, do you really know what in the hell you are doing? They don’t, the UT -Tyler Attendings are medical loose cannons that should not be allowed within 100 mi of the Aids ward at SFGH/UCSF or within 100 mi. of any patient with repeated bouts of exposure to any Neurotoxin, there are dozens of them, which are not readably detectable by blood and or urine testing. You are grossly homophobic and do not recognize that there was no opening bid in the first place. This mentality invented the illness; this is the irrationally irrational dog chasing its imaginary tail. This is the myth of illness and WIDE OPEN MD’S like the UT-Tyler Attendings, Wesley Granger M.D., and Harvey Sanders M.D are in on this myth just like laypersons.

The UT-Tyler Attendings approach ass backwards, claming that showing one the color blue will memory jog a person with CNS signs and symptoms. This clearly demonstrates their gross and utter lack of experience with Neurotoxins and not just Hg vapor. They will not be allowed to live this down either, Too much, Too Little , Too late- The Top 40 hit; Denise Williams and Johnny Mathis . Then they claim that the ID part of their Differential is not oil and water. They should have never been in the Infectious category of illness in the first place because the clinical presentation is that of the poisoned patient, This is why I am seen searching for poison and all around me describe the signs and symptoms as slow and gradual just like poison. The deliberate baiting and switching away from the real source of dental fillings w/ memory jogs by Marc Gropper M.D. Cardiologist SHS/UCSF "When you hear hoof beats think horses not Zebras" this is just the opening bid. The real source was finally revealed to Charles Becker M.D. when he refused to prescribe Heavy Metal Chelators, “I don’t give a damn what the ADA and AMA have to say about it the real source of this mercury poisoning is dental fillings etc.. The UT- Tyler Attendings need to be physically carried over to the Toxicology ward because of this clinical presentation of the poisoned patient. The next best match other than 12 occurrences in High-Tech Surveillance; UCSF (1989) and The SA entrance exam (7th grade-12th grade vocabulary scores still the record 30 yrs later) Robert Trent then the SA school counselor "Your spelling is terrible" these are the first subclinical signs of Hg Tox as the dental fillings were installed in the sixth grade is Selenium Toxicity (You meant this blue-Selena Davis, my sister whom is a honors grad in accounting from Miss. St. Univ. a CPA, RHYMES WITH DNA.)   Then they claim that I am lying (w/ requests for spinal tap 1989; Brain biopsy -1991; videotape 3/8/02; Nerve conduction studies/Neuropsychiatric studies /EEG/ urine protein markers) then they claim that it is a differential Dx that/whose results seemingly depend on a polygraph test (Hence Chevy F-10) pick-up trucks are being shown) .  None of this memory jogs the person with food poisoning or illness. ONLY The signs and symptoms detected by your 5 senses do. These two approaches when combined are ass backwards and if you placed the UT-Tyler Attendings collective brains in a Jaybird (Blue jay) it would fly backwards. They see the person in High-Tech surveillance recognizing the signs and symptoms of low blood sugar Fall 2000 w/o a blue line on gums yet they have no insight, no core concept and no Noble prize. This is talking out the side of their necks and is " A Chronic Neuroglycopenic Lie" 

 

They (UT-Tyler Occ/Env Med) also "see" the Reoccurrence during Fall 2000 of the S&S of Chronic Metallic Mercury Poisoning and State via feeding the Tyler PD White Announcers " NO TREMOR as The Patient Myself Instinctively Removes the Acidic Insult Vinegar over Collard Greens and Also Removes the Abrasive Insult Toothpaste from the dental Hygiene and replaces this with baking soda  The Tyler PD White Announcers all 3 shifts all hear the Patients Signs & Symptoms in Every Episode and They know First Hand that Illness is not Recognized .by anything but the 5 senses as well and is a MAJOR ETHICS BREECH  The Patient Instinctively is  Bringing The Blood Sugars Up with Orange Soda without the help of The Mommy and daddy (No Bond by the way ) 

 No Junk Science Allowed in The Courtroom !!!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daubert_Standard

5This incorporates the so-called “Daubert criteria” stated as dicta in

Daubert, op. cit note 2. They are: 1) Is the reasoning or methodology

underlying the testimony scientifically valid and applicable to the facts

at issue? 2) Is the theory or technique scientific knowledge that can be

(and has been) tested? 3) Has the theory or technique been subjected to

peer review and publication? 4) What is the known or potential error rate

of the particular scientific technique? 5) What is the degree of

acceptance of the proffered theory or technique in the relevant scientific

community. Criterion #5 is the so-called “Frye Rule,” which had been

the basic rule for admissibility of expert testimony in both federal and

state courts since 1923 (Frye v. United States, 54 App. D.C. 46, 293 F.

1013, 1014, 1923). Daubert overrules this rule for federal courts and

suggests that the Frye Rule is only one of several factors to be

considered, rather than the only factor

  They (UT-Tyler Attendings) show a differential Dx then arrest me for e-mail/phone harassment (Robert Burgett: Chief of Security) and then refuse to give the patient a vinegar-free diet, baking soda to brush my teeth with , no Vit-E, MVI or Selenium (part [co-factor: ORANGE E-MAIL W/SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT] of an enzyme system which helps neutralize Hg in the body ) was ever given when requested and worse Charles Becker M.D. would never place those two Neurological wrecks anywhere near organic solvents "Sniffing glue Effects" with all the spraying of disinfectants around Smith Co. Low-Risk correctional facility.   They don't know their asses from a hole in the ground here either. They quite literally fuck-up everything they touch. Just what do they know Seb "The Coe".

The toxicity of mercury and its compounds, recognized since antiquity and widely acknowledged in industry, has recently been reviewed (7-12).

Clinically significant effects (erethism, intention tremor, gingivitis) have not been reported below air concentrations of 100 µg Hg/m3. [The OSHA limit = 50 ug Hg/m3 x 8hr/day: not to exceed 40 hrs/wk] . Most effects observed in persons exposed to mercury in air concentrations below 100 ug Hg/m3 are preclinical e.g., slowed nerve conduction, short term memory loss, special instrumental tests for tremor

Is this, the OSHA U.S. Gov’t Standard is what you are trying to throw away?

Or this?

The American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH) has established a series of recommended reference values called the Threshold Limit Values (TLV) and Biological Exposure Indices (BEI). The history and characteristics of the BEI/TLV are reviewed, and their suitability for use by occupational health specialists is examined.. ALSO SEE MRL

Or this, the USPHS Gov’t Standard (For Dental Amalgams) is what you are trying to throw away?

Or this, the ATSDR-MRL Fawer Study (1983)/ Ngim Study (1992) or almost every Study involving Dentists (They have the Lowest Known Occupational Exposures) which overlap with the BEI's (Blood & Urine Hg Levels) found in the U.S. Population (0-35 ug Hg/L) whose only Known source is Dental Amalgams (78 % of U.S. Population; Adults have dental fillings)

This is the background /non-occupational exposure in every Occupational study. See TLV/BEI

Instead of Describing Hg Vapor Exposures somewhere underneath the OSHA/ACGIH & WHO Ceiling (never to be exceeded) of 100 ppm

Your Gimp Asses go several hundred ppm over the ceiling and describe exposures over 900 ppm or Better

What are you describing, A Mad Hatter Factory?

Those Sirens that you sound are just exceeding Occupational Safe health Limits. This is the Law.  Law-2

If someone were in a Occupational setting with any clinical signs and symptoms at all, they would be deemed immediately as in unsafe working conditions. (Means grossly above the ceiling for a while)

John Doull M.D. PhD.  would know that you are exceeding Occupational safe health limits and would shut down this sweat shop/death trap!

and of course you would never smell the TLV/BEI committees of

NIOSH, OSHA, ACGIH OR WHO as their policy is to not place an official skull and cross bones (meant TLV/BEI and a Ceiling) on any hazardous substance unless it has published studies in the peer-reviewed scientific literature!

This is how they determined the BEI’s/TLV’s & Ceilings Scientifically and what the Background/Non-Occupational exposures are!

Do the experiment Louis Pasteur. Did you think it was the myth of Spontaneous generation!

Catch A Clue UT-Tyler Attendings,

 You should be in the OVERLAP STUDIES!!!

IF YOU AIN'T IN THE OVERLAP STUDIES, YOU AIN'T HAPPENING AT ALL!!

YOU WON'T GET FUNDED BY NIH, NIDCR

AND

YOU WON'T GET PUBLISHED ANYWHERE, EITHER.

(THE PEER REVIEWED TOXICOLOGY JOURNALS KNOW WHAT I MEANT...

SEB COE WOULDN'T LET YOUR GIMP ASSES IN EITHER!

(BRITISH JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MED.)

BIG GOOFS, FUCK-UPS AND RUDY POOTS OF THE ENTIRE COUNTRY, COUNTRY BUMPKINS!

This is the Apple to Orange comparison that you are making.

Duh....!!!

§        DHHS. 1993. Dental amalgam: A scientific review and recommended public health service strategy for research, education and regulation. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Washington, D.C  Link

 Mosby's Occupational Medicine-1994  p. 552-553

"Chronic mercury poisoning is the mercurial poisoning found most commonly in the occupational setting.(45,78) The symptoms may first occur after a very few weeks of exposure, or they may not become apparent for several years. The more intense the exposure has been, the more the symptoms will relate to the mouth, the kidney, and the respiratory systems and gastrointestinal systems. The more prolonged and the lower the level of exposure, the more likely the symptoms and signs will be pathoneurologic in nature. Most cases have a blending of both. " 

"For evaluating potential occupational exposures, inspection of the teeth for amalgams must not be overlooked, as well as consideration of dietary food types and sources."

(The effect,  for w/o this is analogous to conducting an experiment that lacks an control arm or adjustment for background  levels found outside the occupational setting, which in low-level exposures to Hg is significant. In one study of dental fillings during heavy chewing of nicotine gum (10 sticks/day) in attempts to quit smoking the HgU avg level was 20 ug Hg/g Cr in urine with some higher. This is equivalent to the Fawer Study 1983 (in 3 occupational environments- Chloralkali, Fluorescent Lamp, Chemical; 26 ug Hg/m3; HgU avg =20 ug/g Cr; Target Effect= Hand Tremor) used to derive the latest (lowered from 50 ppm to 25 ppm; ug Hg/m3 x 8hrs/day x 40 hrs/wk) WHO & ACGIH TLV/BEI and the ATSDR MRL (0.2 ug/m3 ) for Hg vapor (continuous 24hrs/day x 7days/wk x 365 days) ATSDR-1999 revised June 15th 2001.

"The toxic biologic effects of mercury are , like the symptoms of mercurialism, variable with the level of exposure, mode of attack, and disposition. "

"Mercury is released from the fillings partly as elemental mercury vapor and partly as corrosion products and amalgam particles. Chewing accelerates this process. "

 Recently, controversy has surrounded the use of mercury amalgams in dentistry and the potential for adverse for adverse effects in both dental personnel and patients. Studies have shown that amalgam fillings have significantly contributed to plasma and urinary mercury levels;There is a definite relationship between plasma mercury levels and the number and surface area of amalgam dental fillings. (54,55) Removal of fillings resulted in initially higher plasma mercury levels, followed by eventual significant decreased levels compared to preremoval. (17,70) However, there is as yet no conclusive evidence of significant adverse health effects from exposure to dental amalgams, except in cases of allergic sensitivity.(53,74) 

     What this means is that the mercury released from dental amalgams has a definite dose response curve in the human body just like food or a drug like Bayer Aspirin The highest Hg vapor/plasma/urine peaks ever measured are during removal (requires drilling one by one), the next highest, during installation, the next during heavy chewing esp. w/ acidic foods, tooth brushing w/abrasive grit toothpaste, then hot liquids but yet a Blue Line on Gums was never seen/observed or reported.

Removal of dental amalgams in people who have no indication of adverse effects is not recommended and can put the person at greater risk, if performed improperly. (ATSDR -1999)

 

  They approach desperate, empty-headed and shallow and talking out the sides of their necks.  They try to show garbage bags as symbols when it is exactly the detailed literature of Hg poisoning (Esp. That of dental fillings that you should be surveying. Then in the next few smidges of time or later in the same day they try to show a book or papers (Scientific/Medical) or the color Fuchsia/Pink this is the highlighter color which was used to expose the smoking gun references in the detailed literature of Hg poisioning.. Pathetic They wear like a soft metallic surface; have break-in effects like a new car engine releasing the Hg as both vapor and particulate matter; they periodically excurd into the toxic range during tooth brushing, chewing, use of acidic foods [Vinegar] / liquids {Listerine mouthwash} just like a multi-port fuel injected engineAt this dose and route a blue line on gums has never been described despite dozens of studies which quantitated the dose of Hg vapor in many cases by looking and counting the no. of dental fillings, urine Hg, plasma Hg, breath, saliva, feces, Brain, Kidney, etc.. Autopsy, live studies, animal studies. The dose for a person with a certain no. of dental fillings can estimated or extrapolated from this significant body of information. Therefore empirically this has never been seen at this dose and route and never will be. Once you know this then one can just estimate and extrapolate the dose from the number of dental fillings. I have 40 dental fillings. The Blue line is therefore a property of the dose response curve to Hg vapor and dental fillings are physically incapable of doing so even though they are in the oral cavity. The effects that can be expected to occur at these long term, low-dose levels are mostly subtle and in The CNS, therefore requiring special highly sensitive testing to evaluate them objectively [IE neuropsychiatric testing, nerve conduction studies and EEG- (Brain wave studies like an EKG

 

This is why in the 1993 USPHS review of Dental Amalgams they do not recommend looking for A Blue line on Gums, (Subtle effects not found on routine Physical Examination requiring special tests- Nerve Conduction Studies, EEG and Neuropsychiatric Testing)  just like the in UT-Tyler Public Health Library reference The Clinical Basis of Medical Toxicology p. 1328

 

Yet the UT-Tyler Toxicology Attendings

Chase after this "Blue Line"

As if they actually knew what

In the hell they were doing!

 

Their Gimp Asses would have killed almost

Every person w/Hg Tox

In

The Modern Day of Air-sampling

Waiting on this Blue line to show up.

It is not possible for dental fillings to release enough Hg vapor over time quickly enough to produce this blue line although they do contain significant amounts of elemental Hg (amalgam-like an alloy) this Hg is released slowly over long periods of time with the variations as described previously. Like an self-contained ink pen, like the one used at Grand Rounds at Hundnall Auditorium, the pen can only release ink at a certain rate. This is what engineers designed it to do. Dental fillings can only release Hg vapor at certain rates. (Properties of Materials) The UT-Tyler Attendings are no Engineers; You will not be impressing my brother Andre Davis, a mechanical engineering grad (Masters Degree) from Miss. St. Univ.   You will not be making ME-HOT ROD (ME- mechanical engineering /Automotive option) at General Motors Institute. You are no Bosch K-Jetronic's either, you meant no techtronics and no Robert Koch M.D. either. No Bayer Aspirin and no Cipro (Failures in Medical Pharmacology) No Rudolph Diesel, inventor of the diesel engine.  You are NO ROCKET SCIENTISTS Threhkeld Engineering, the ones that  blew up the Space shuttle (The lower ranking engineer was overruled by the Higher ranked engineer when he warned them that the cracks in the solid fuel booster could cause an explosion) The explosion of the Challenger was the biggest boom since 9/11In the process your gimp asses are trying to kill me and you cry like little babies by sounding sirens/helicopter flyovers and other pyrotechnics etc... when I expose the smoking gun references in the detailed literature of Hg vapor poisoning and you try to hide your utter medical incompetence when slapped in the face as the incompetent pieces of shit you are

(Don’t try to Grey your way through it, either not w/ this type of detailed information about the patient and literature of Hg vapor poisoning!)

No Excuses Tolerated! You set up my apartment/MEDIA

 with Blue Carpet, Towels, Comforters, Blankets

Even Worse They...is this (above and below) why they are

Too Prideful to admit to your own mistakes.

Esp. to the Public and the family. No wonder you scream bloody murder when I attempt to get a second opinion.

Thomas Clarkson PhD & Vasken Aposhian PhD & James Woods PhD

See BBC Documentary 1994- The Poison In Your Mouth

See U. Of Washington, Seattle,  CASA PIA Trial & Dentists link below

http://depts.washington.edu/envhlth/info/newsletter_pdf/winter99.pdf
http://depts.washington.edu/envhlth/info/newsletter_html/winter99.html
 

"Thus, the signs and symptoms of poisoning from inhalation of mercury vapor, at least in its severe form, have been known for centuries if not millennia. Severe damage to *the brain, kidneys, and lungs may result, depending on the length and intensity of exposure. As discussed below, today’s concerns are with subtle changes in brain and kidney function associated with occupational exposure and possibly with amalgam under
certain circumstances.
"

"Urinary mercury originates mainly from mercury in kidney tissue. Urine is the
commonly used biologic marker, as it reflects the cumulative dose to
one of the main target organs, the kidney. The relationship between urinary excretion and levels in the other target tissue, the nervous system, is not well established. As discussed below, urinary mercury levels have been found to show a rough correlation with signs and symptoms of damage to the nervous system."

Threshold For Subclinical Kidney Dysfunction

"However, low-level chronic exposures at air concentrations above 50 g Hg/m3 do have adverse effects on the kidney (94). Decreased selectivity of the glomerular filter is evidenced by increased excretion of albumin. Tubular reabsorptive function is slightly diminished, leading to increased excretion of low-molecular-weight proteins such as retinol-binding protein. Damage to the brush border of the tubular cells is indicated by increased urinary excretion of brush border antigens. Interstitial effects of mercury result in loss of prostaglandins into the urine. These biochemical markers ( N-acetyl B-D -glucosaminidase NAG and beta-2-microglobulin) detect effects of mercury well before kidney function is significantly compromised."   -Thomas W. Clarkson PhD.

 

 -The Three Modern Faces of Mercury (PDF file) Thomas W. Clarkson Department of Environmental Medicine, University of Rochester School of Medicine, Rochester, New York, USA Environmental Health Perspectives • VOLUME 110 | SUPPLEMENT 1 | February 2002

The Urinary Threshold for markers of Subclinical Effects of Hg Vapor on Kidney Function is ~50 ug Hg/g Cr L urine  ATSDR-1999

The UT-Tyler Attendings themselves need to be sued for medical malpractice/negligence as well. (See Below)

For The Standard Of Care!

WHY?

When asked these questions in a court of law in a scientific, medical and/or medical-legal context there is one answer that can be given by experts in Hg poisoning and any medically trained professional inc. UT-Tyler Attendings w/o BLATANT LYING UNDER OATH. 

Medical Malpractice
The Double-Double Effect

 

nDid some of these persons Diagnosed with and/or Experiencing Mercury Poisoning In Occupational Environments
(The Double-Double Effect)
ALSO HAVE DENTAL AMALGAMS/FILLINGS?

 

1.     What is the definition of Subclinical?

 The subclinical onset of chronic metallic mercury poisoning as also described in the Textbook reference at UT-Tyler Public Health Library [The Clinical Basis of Medical Toxicology p. 1328 with several references (20, 28, 50) from their own Public health Library.

 "In addition to mercury assays, neuropsychiatric testing, nerve conduction studies and urine assays for N-acetyl B-D-glucosaminidase and beta-2-microglobulin are advocated for early detection of subclinical inorganic and organic mercury intoxication. (20, 28, 50)"

  

2.    What is the definition of Normal Physical Examination and manifestations of toxicity?

These manifestations of toxicity were not apparent through standard physical examinations.  In workers from a chloralkali plant (Levine et al. 1982).  Metals and Metalloids p.89 Levine (1982)

 

3.    Does Mercury have a dose response curve in the body or biological systems?

 Mosby's Occupational Medicine-1994  p. 552-553

"Chronic mercury poisoning is the mercurial poisoning found most commonly in the occupational setting.(45,78) The symptoms may first occur after a very few weeks of exposure, or they may not become apparent for several years. The more intense the exposure has been, the more the symptoms will relate to the mouth, the kidney, and the respiratory systems and gastrointestinal systems. The more prolonged and the lower the level of exposure, the more likely the symptoms and signs will be pathoneurologic in nature. Most cases have a blending of both. " 

"For evaluating potential occupational exposures, inspection of the teeth for amalgams must not be overlooked, as well as consideration of dietary food types and sources."

The effect,  for w/o this is analogous to conducting an experiment that lacks an control arm or adjustment for background  levels found outside the occupational setting, which in low-level exposures to Hg is significant. In one study of dental fillings during heavy chewing of nicotine gum (10 sticks/day) in attempts to quit smoking the HgU avg level was 20 ug Hg/g Cr in urine with some higher. This is equivalent to the Fawer Study 1983 (in 3 occupational environments- Chloralkali, Fluorescent Lamp, Chemical; 26 ug Hg/m3; HgU avg =20 ug/g Cr; Target Effect= Hand Tremor) used to derive the latest (lowered from 50 ppm to 25 ppm; ug Hg/m3 x 8hrs/day x 40 hrs/wk) WHO & ACGIH TLV/BEI and the ATSDR MRL (0.2 ug/m3 ) for Hg vapor (continuous 24hrs/day x 7days/wk x 365 days) ATSDR-1999 revised June 15th 2001.

"The toxic biologic effects of mercury are , like the symptoms of mercurialism, variable with the level of exposure, mode of attack, and disposition. "

"Mercury is released from the fillings partly as elemental mercury vapor and partly as corrosion products and amalgam particles. Chewing accelerates this process. "

Recently, controversy has surrounded the use of mercury amalgams in dentistry and the potential for adverse for adverse effects in both dental personnel and patients. Studies have shown that amalgam fillings have significantly contributed to plasma and urinary mercury levels; There is a definite relationship between plasma mercury levels and the number and surface area of amalgam dental fillings. (54,55) Removal of fillings resulted in initially higher plasma mercury levels, followed by eventual significant decreased levels compared to preremoval. (17,70) However, there is as yet no conclusive evidence of significant adverse health effects from exposure to dental amalgams, except in cases of allergic sensitivity.(53,74) 

  1.  

4.    What is the standard for care for occupational exposure and/or dental fillings? What is/are the Ceilings ,TLV/BEI/MRL's for Hg Vapor in the occupational setting? Near a Toxic Waste Site  [Continuous (24 hrs x 7 days/wk x 365 days/yr)] What is the Law?

The subclinical onset of chronic metallic mercury poisoning as al so described in the Textbook reference at UT-Tyler Public Health Library [The Clinical Basis of Medical Toxicology p. 1328 with several references (20, 28, 50) from their own Public health Library.

 "In addition to mercury assays, neuropsychiatric testing, nerve conduction studies and urine assays for N-acetyl B-D-glucosaminidase and beta-2-microglobulin are advocated for early detection of subclinical inorganic and organic mercury intoxication. (20, 28, 50)"

Clearly, the Targets of Moderate to Low-level Hg vapor Toxicity are the CNS and the Kidneys. and the 3 references (20, 28, 50) are why this cannot be scientifically refuted by any trained  PhD. or M.D. in Medical Toxicology.  John Doull M.D. PhD (see TLV) co-author of Casarett and Doull's Toxicology-2001 ed.

 

During the development of toxicological profiles, Minimal Risk Levels (MRLs) are derived when reliable and sufficient data exist to identify the target organ(s) of effect or the most sensitive health effect(s) for a specific duration for a given route of exposure.
.
For Hg (inorganic/ organic) the target organ is the CNS.
An MRL (
PDF) is an estimate of the daily human exposure to a hazardous substance that is likely to be without appreciable risk of adverse noncancer health effects over a specified duration of exposure, as might be encountered near a hazardous waste site containing metallic mercury. (ATSDR -1999) revised June 15th 2001
 

 (USPHS 1993 Dental Amalgam: A Scientific Review:  

    • Mercury is a toxic substance. For high exposures, observed mostly in occupational settings, the severity of response correlates with the duration and intensity of the exposure. The relationship between the severity of response and the duration of exposure has, however, not been quantified at levels of exposure associated with dental amalgam restorations. In addition, subtle signs and symptoms of chronic mercury intoxication may not be found through routine physical examinations. The subtle changes previously described require special tests not commonly used in routine examinations—that is, nerve conduction studies, measurement of alterations in EEG, and measures of psychomotor functioning.

 

Your staff is medically irresponsible as even brain biopsies were requested in high-tech surveillance with isotopic studies/AA to fingerprint the exact isotope or even batch of Hg used to make the dental fillings.

  1. I lived one in 1984, what experience do you have with CNS viral infection?
  2. Who trained you, I was personally trained by Paul Volberding M.D. I personally own and was reading a 1990 copy of The Medical Management of AIDS 1990 ed (The most widely used HIV textbook in all of medicine) during my 3rd yr. medicine rotation THE ONE WITH THE RED COVER. NOT EVEN PAUL VOLBERDING M.D. AND MERLE SANDE M.D. EXCEED MY EXPERIENCE.

   

 If you want to do something constructive diagnose the patient JFK HEAD SHOTS DON'T JUST HIT UT-TYLER ATTENDINGS WHO TRAINED YOU ? CERTAINLY NOT PAUL VOLBERDING M.D.?

GET YOUR GIMP UT-TYLER ATTENDINGS IN GEAR MEDICALLY  INCOMPETENT AND INEPT THEY SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED WITHIN 100 MI OF THE AIDS WARD AT SFGH/UCSF NOR THE TOXICOLOGY WARD EITHER.  

THEY DO NOT TEST REALITY, MAYBE THEY NEED  A BRAIN BIOPSY IT WOULD ONLY FIND AIR EGGLESTON AND NYLANDER AIR HEADED BIMBO-HO BRAINED ORANGE PEELS FOR BRAINS, GIMP TOXICOLOGY/ID ATTENDINGS, BRAINWASHED BY A BURN UNIT ICU RN... PATHETIC.  THIS IS WHY THEY AIR-SAMPLE TO DECREASE THE AREA UNDER THE CURVE. 

NO ONE EVER HAD THIS ILLNESS AND NO ONE EVER WILL MYTHOLOGICAL UNICORN AND IMAGINARY PINK ELEPHANT. 

SINCE YOU ARE SO CONCERNED MAYBE YOU CAN GET A OG PLAN IN THERE LIKE NERVE CONDUCTION STUDIES/EEG/ NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING. IF I HAVE TO DEMONSTRATE THE SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS TO GET CLEAR W/O THIS IN PLACE OR YOU DON'T DX OPEN AND SHUT HG TOX YOU WILL REALLY KNOW THE JFK HEAD SHOT.  

YOU ARE AT LEAST 12 MAGNITUDES MORE INCOMPETENT THAN THE UCSF ATTENDINGS AND THE DX WAS THROWN INTO THEIR LAPS.

 

"Burgett, Robert" <Robert.Burgett@uthct.edu> wrote:

Mr. Russell
I have been notified by some of our staff that you are sending vulgar and inappropriate emails to them here at the UT Health Center. This is an offense under
Texas law. Should you feel you need to continue this practice then we will take appropriate steps. We have already notified your netzero provider of the nature of your last email dated February 13, 2004 sent through their service. We will take any additional measures to stop the emails and phone calls submitted by you to our institution or staff members.

Sgt. Robert Burgett U.T. Health Center 11937 U.S. Hwy 271 Tyler, TX 75708 email: robert.burgett@uthct.edu Phone: (903)877-5995 Fax:(903)877-5799

 

They (UT-Tyler Attendings) show a differential Dx then arrest me for e-mail/phone harassment (Robert Burgett: Chief of Security) and then refuse to give the patient a vinegar-free diet, baking soda to brush my teeth with , no Vit-E, MVI or Selenium Pathetic.

 and you are medically irresponsible ones [NO BACK UP PLAN] as well with no excuses available or tolerated either..  The laypersons do this as well. "Not medically acceptable"  'I Love you" when trapped by the logic of the objective case. There is no excuse for you either, this is how obvious it is even to laypersons. I won't get an objective Dx here due to these effects.

 

You just want to defend your gimp piece of shit little fucked-up opinion at almost all costs when you really don't know your asses from a hole in the ground. YOU EVEN GO AROUND THE HIPPOCRATIC OATH TO DO SO.  You don't want to admit to it, but a 3rd year medical student has outknown you, outverbal-visualed you, out thought you and out diagnosed you. In addition, I am your vast scientific superior, vast medical superior and your genetic superior, because it is exceptionally bright for a Physician to be in the 2nd STD of IQ. And a Academic-Athletic Double-Double.

 

The net effect of what they are saying is that "We
will not remove from exposure, LOWER OR REVISE OCCUPATIONAL SAFE HEALTH LIMITS, 
(Revsion of NIOSH/OSHA TWA/REL/TLV from 100 ppm to 50 ppm) 
No GI S&S were Observed because at these exposure levels of Hg Vapor, 
the GI (mouth) is not targeted!!!  Twiddle Dee and Twiddle Dum
 Administer Heavy Metal Chelators, reduce work hours,
 recommend respiratory precautions or Dx or Rx anyone with Hg
Tox unless the BLUE LINE IS PRESENT” USING SIRENS
HELICOPTERS, AND OTHER PYROTECHNICS...
 
*Smith RG, Vorwald AJ, Patel LS, et al. 1970. Effects of exposure to mercury
 in the manufacture of chlorine. Am Ind Hyg Assoc J 31:687-700.
 Key study of 567 chloralkali workers used in lowering/revising the NIOSH/OSHA TWA/TLV 
FROM 100 PPM TO 50 PPM 
 
 THIS IS PATHETIC...
 
When asked to refute SCIENTIFICALLY the TLV/BEI/MRL'S
 
for Hg Vapor inhalation and the target organs of
effect and to give the standard of care [OSHA/ACGIH/WHO/USPHS]
 for the Occupational Environment / Dental Amalgams/Near Toxic Waste Site / Dump
  (In all 3 cases they go as low as possible) This is the 3 strikes and the 
UT-Tyler Toxicology Attendings are Out.  They won’t get any Gov’t Funding, either.
Not From Bill Frist M.D. (US Senator Tenn- Majority Senate Leader) or Dianne Watson (US Rep.- CA)
Not from the Superfund ACT or NIOSH (National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health) or NIH or
 NIDCR (National Institute for Dental and Craniofacial Research) or the National Toxicology Program 
(NTP) either.
They 1) refuse to give the standard of care 
2) Then they try to grey their way out of it when there
is no grey area at all.  
 This is immature and irresponsible (also evasive).....not to mention not scientific.
 
This is how they (UT-Tyler Attendings) try to hide their gross incompetence…!!!!
 
Despite some of the uncertainties in the studies described above regarding the relationship between airborne exposure levels
 and health effects, OSHA concludes that the data suggest that the former PEL of 0.1 mg/m3 (100 ug Hg/m3 x 8hr/d x 40 hr/wk)
 is not sufficiently protective. Given the severity of the neuropathic effects caused by mercury poisoning, OSHA finds 
that a reduction in the airborne limit is necessary to ensure that workers are not at significant risk of mercury-related
 neuropathic effects. (Hyperexcitability) Therefore, OSHA is revising its PEL for elemental mercury vapor to 
0.05 mg/m3 as an 8-hour TWA.   In addition, because skin absorption is a significant route of exposure and leads
 to systemic poisoning, OSHA is including a skin notation in the final rule.
 
If this skin absorption was from their dental fillings instead, would this make a difference, could this be detected in 
their BEI’s (HgUrine or Hg Blood) measurements? 
 
Fawer et al 1983 Brit Jour. of Ind. Med. Hand tremor
(26 ug Hg /m3) used to determine the MRL (0.2 ug Hg/ m3) ATSDR 1999
[revised June 15th 2001] 
 
When you see Tom Clarkson,
John Doull, Aposhian, Bellinger, Echeverria, James Woods
http://depts.washington.edu/envhlth/info/newsletter_pdf/winter99.pdf
http://depts.washington.edu/envhlth/info/newsletter_html/winter99.html
 
Factor-Litvak and the entire Toxicology / Occupational &
Environment Med depts. at Harvard, Columbia, U. of Rochester & U. of Washington, Seattle, WA
U. of Arizona and elsewhere let them
know THAT the UT-Tyler Toxicology Attendings are the
Biggest goofs and fuck-ups, Rudy Poots and country bumpkins 
 
Even Mrs. Klein, Tom Clarkson’s secretary, knows that you are BIG GOOFS AND FUCK UPS, Rudy Poots and
 country bumpkins  like (Twiddle Dee and Twiddle Dumb) or like
 Paul Simon the Top 40 Hit “50 Ways To Leave Your Lover” You meant the subclinical Kidney Threshold 
of 50 ug Hg/L Urine.  US Pop. (Kingman 1998)  HgU avg. = 3.1 ug Hg/L (range = 0-35 ug Hg/L)  Dentists
 (Naleway 1991) HgU avg. = 6 ug Hg/L (range =0-84 ug Hg/L)  Stop NAG (N-Acetyl B-D-glucosaminidase) ing 
me you (Beta -2-microoglobulin) grossly incompetent pices of shit. (Double-Double Incompetent UT-Tyler Toxicology & ID)
 Didn’t you know that the baby must crawl before it can walk?!!
 
I know you know in the kids (Kidneys)  Don’t you know the targets of Hg inorganic toxicity and the order in which they are hit
 (I’m the Top 40 Hit)  The CNS followed by the Kidneys then the GI (Mouth)  and once you do get into the GI,   
don’t get sore (Sore gums first,  then salivation, followed by gingivitis and if the level of Hg vapor is high enough, 
finally a dark line of Hg Sulfide on Gums ) on meDon’t get sensitive or hyperexcitable, either with those ETMC
 UT- Tyler Helicopter flyovers and those sirens, Seb Coe, you need to pack it in, Neuropathic, because as the 
British Journal of Industrial Medicine can tell you (Fawer,. et al. (1983): Mercury-exposed workers in 3 industries; 
HAND TREMOR MEASUREMENT using an accelerometer (n=26); 26 ug Hg/m3 (Urine= 20 ug Hg/g Cr avg.); Duration 
of exposure = 15.3 yrs avg. ; range = 1-41 yrs. Sensitive Techniques (Nerve Conduction Studies, EEG, 
Neuropsychological Testing, Special instrumental tests for tremor)  are needed to detect the subclinical effects of
 exposure Hg vapor underneath the OSHA/WHO/ACGIH 100 ppm ceiling. You won’t be making any Advances in the 
Biosciences either or in Neurobehavioral Methods in Occupational Health (1983-Fawer et al.) (You aren’t exactly
 Fast  Fourier Transform Analysis of Tremor Spectra, either,) This study (Fawer-1983) was used by ACGIH
 & WHO to lower the TLV for Mercury Vapor from 50 ug Hg/m3 to 25 ug Hg/m3 with techniques so sensitive 
that the subjects own 5 senses could not even detect the S & S of Hg Toxicity!!
 
Didn’t Margaret Chincola, Vasken H. Aposhian, James Woods & Dianne Echeverria of the U. of Washington, 
Seattle  Dept. of Psychiatry & Environmental Health and Battelle Center for Public Research  tell you about
 the notebook computers which used this same technique along with complex tests of higher mental functions
 [NES- Neurobehavioral Evaluation System] in Dentists (400) whose own 5 senses could not even detect the
 S & S of Hg Toxicity, either!!  now being adapted to the CASA PIA Trial of Dental amalgams in children (500)
 in Lisbon , Portugal… 
 
The UT-Tyler Attendings can’t even AUTO-CAD their way in there with 2 counts of e-mail 
harassment
Jonathan Rutchik M.D. MPH UCSF School of Medicine (Neurotoxicologist) E-medicine (Online) PEER-REVIEWED 
Approach to the patient with 
Suspected NEUROTOXIC ILLNESS 
First sent to them June 2002!!!
 
 
 Another study you won’t get funded for as the dentists were in the OVERLAP w/ U.S. Population HgU Levels.  
Not to mention the 1995 study (Dentists) by the same group which distinguished between long-term body burden 
and recent exposures  [ 60 day ( 2 month) half-life] of Hg inorganic in the body by using co-porphyrins as the
 biomarker of long term body burden of Hg which underwent a corresponding decrease when Heavy Metal
 Chelators were given to the subjects (pioneered by James Woods PhD on mice exposed to Hg inorganic) 
 Making the UT-Tyler Attendings pathetic Failures in Pharmacology as well.
Or the 600 ways (John Doull M.D. PhD. Chair- TLV committee ACGIH 600 chemicals ALL PRECLINICAL) EFFECTS
 in peer reviewed scientific literature) to lose your accreditation in Occupational & Environmental Medicine UT-Tyler
 Occp. & Environmental Med. the entire world has ever
seen and ever will see... In every one of these studies some of the subjects had dental fillings
 
 
Thanks 
 
Gerald Russell
 

Just what area of the dose response curve

Is Reganda Russell whom has Dr. Hand's

Own dental fillings

Vs.

My area under the curve or millions of other persons with dental fillings.

 

This has not been described by a Dentist either.

(Several were on the FDA'S 1993 review panel of Dental Amalgams 175 studies; 550 case reports; reaffirmed again in 1995 & 1997)

 LSRO- DENTAL AMALGAM SCIENTIFIC REVIEW PANEL PRESENTATION

Of course , this concept when asked by the UT-Tyler Attendings to describe this is totally lost upon them, They are pathetic failures in pharmacology. 

 

 The best reviews/studies try to extrapolate and compare them (Dental fillings) to the doses in occupational exposures and not just to themselves. There is no real lower limit at which Hg vapor is considered safe over the long term at the levels seen in both air-sampled occupational environments and the lower levels seen from dental fillings especially in certain highly sensitive individuals. The Heavy Metal Paradigm. (also Pb)

 

§        DHHS. 1993. Dental amalgam: A scientific review and recommended public health service strategy for research, education and regulation. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Washington, D.C Link

This Evidence cannot be scientifically refuted by any trained PhD. or M.D. in Medical Toxicology!  John Doull M.D. PhD (see TLV) co-author of Casarett and Doull's Toxicology

  

 Just what direction will the Blue Jay Fly in now?

 

Are you trying to Kill me?

(Vinegar/Toothpaste/Listerine Mouthwash/Chips and Salsa) FALL 2000 Charles Becker M.D. connection all increase the

HG VAPOR PEAKS!

Subject: Mercury Exposure Levels from Amalgam Dental Fillings; Documentation of Mechanisms: INCOMPETENT PIECES OF SHIT AROUND ME THE UT-TYLER ATTENDINGS IN ID AND TOXICOLOGY.
Importance: High

To: UT-Tyler Toxicology/ID/Family/Paul Volberding M.D.

 

You are medical fools, chasing a myth of illness. At UT-Tyler Hundnall Auditorium,

I went to Grand Rounds several times where I was directed by UT-Tyler Health Center Personnel

To Call before I attended and they would place my name on a meal list

So that they would be able to prepare enough meals for the attendees.

If this wasn’t enough, they made me sign a roster to document my attendance.

Every single time with an auditorium full of UT-Tyler Medical Personnel

(mostly M.D. S) as eyewitnesses

IN ANNOUNCED HIGH-TECH SURVEILLANCE

I could not use Vinegar containing Salad dressings, or foods such as Mustard, etc…

These vinegar containing foods are not used at every Mc Donald’s, Wendy’s, and Burger King in Town (w/eyewitnesses) in this same

ANNOUNCED HIGH-TECH SURVEILLANCE

This fact is so obvious, GIMP UT-Tyler Attendings in Toxicology that it is Surreal.

You Truly are the Fuck-Ups, Big Goofs and Rudy Poots of The

Entire Country-Country Bumpkins

This Myth is so strongly held that it has become a

Defect in Reality Testing!

If Julie Gerberding M.D. Director of the CDC (These are the best disease investigators in the entire world) interviewed all the persons involved in investigating the diagnosis of this illness.

    1. No blue line would ever be found on gums, of those with dental fillings including the UT-Tyler Attendings and not just Toxicology/ID. And most especially Reganda Russell.

    2. They would all describe the correct sign and symptom match and many would describe the poison search at UCSF SF Bay Area, Oakland, CA. Including UCSF/SHS/SFGH medical staff.; the visit to the dentist (Oakland, CA) to ask about having them removed . The family/others inc. Jackie Carter, Jeneat Burist, Reganda Russell, Lavonne Henderson, Tracy Harper would describe the Baking Soda used to brush my teeth with instead of toothpaste, Crack Cocaine. At Every Wendy’s, Burger King and Mc Donald’s in Tyler, and at Grand Rounds (Hundnall Auditorium) at UT-Tyler Health Center, they would describe the avoidance of vinegar containing foods. Charles Becker M.D. connection This is to protect my CNS. At Smith Co. Low-Risk facility in Tyler, my medical information will describe the Allergies to Codeine, and the induction of CNS signs and symptoms of mercury poisoning by Toothpaste, Listerine Mouthwash, and Vinegar Containing foods. The Intake Correctional Officer was Ortega an Hispanic male, whom misspelled the word Vinegar. In addition the arresting Tyler PD officer was told this same information. During my stay here, when it was obvious that I was not going to get a Vinegar-Free diet nor Baking Soda to brush my teeth with, I made 5 requests on blue medical request forms for Baking Soda and a Vinegar-free diet. ALSO Vit-E, Multivitamins w/minerals and Selenium were requested as well to keep my CNS from degrading and to keep those Selenium dependent enzyme systems which help to neutralize Hg in the body at maximum saturation/capacity.  It was not granted and I used plain water to brush my teeth and simply did not consume the vinegar containing foods.

    3. There would be found 2 Neuropsychological tests Michael Shore Ph.D. winter 1989-UCSF and Andrews Center, Katherine Hallmark PhD (Tyler, TX) 5/15/98. In both cases, I would be describing Hg Poisioning from a lab at JSU or Uncle Rass Wilkerson’s residence in East Oakland, CA. This is the place the diagnosis into the lap of medical personnel, the bait and switch to give them the best possible chance to diagnose the real source, dental fillings as this is not a part of the medical mainstream.

This is the most objectively well documented case of Mercury Poisoning whose only known source is dental fillings in the History of the US and possibly the entire world, due to the detailed FBI-like life history gathered by law enforcement. This is the miracle that allows the Camel to go thru the eye of the needle, the multimillion dollar case of Medical negligence against the ADA. The Rotten Odor In Denmark

 

    You should notice that despite the vast wealth of scientific and medical literature resources now at your disposal, (FDA'S/USPHS own review panel of Dental Amalgams 175 studies; 550 case reports; Reaffirmed again in 1995 and 1997) there is not a single reference that will support your contention that at the doses/routes from dental fillings, that a blue line will be seen on gums, much less salivation, sore gums or even gingivitis even at the OSHA/ACGIH/WHO 100 ppm Occupational Ceiling (This is the Law!) You Lie Like BIG CHLORINE. [576 Chloralkali workers Smith 1970 Hg in air 270-65 ug Hg/m3 x 8hr/d x 40 hr/wk Avg. Duration>6 yrs. confirmed w/Neuropsychological Testing] The doses from dental fillings are not the same doses as those in the occupational environment that produce a blue line on gums, in fact, this is background exposure in almost every occupational study [Non Air-sampled environments-8 hrs; different area(s) under the dose response curve for the casual, shallow, lackadaisical, laisse-faire, misapplied as apple is to an orange, non-committal, half-ass, not medically tolerated, totally medically incompetent and gets a grade of ["F"]

       

       In the modern day of government regulation, with air-sampling required (MS Excel) by law to decrease the area under the curve (A concept obviously lost in your misapplication of the Blue Line Those Sirens are NO SUBSTITUTE FOR A SCIENTIFIC, LOGICAL, DEDUCTIVE AND RATIONAL APPROACH TO THE PATIENT] even these doses (Well Above the 100 ppm Occp. Ceiling) rarely produce a blue line on gums, but yet are still able to produce (infrequently) the signs and symptoms of mercury poisioning. (Jonathan Rutchik M.D). 

     

    Now add the Genetic HG Enzyme Polymorphism and you see that the countries of Sweden and Russia set their own TLV'S (Threshold Limit Value- Hg vapor ppm/cubic meter/air/ 8hr) to values 5 times lower than that of the U.S.

     

    This also explains the genetic susceptibility in occupational environments at doses far lower than that expected to produce signs and symptoms in the average individual

    and also IN those HIGHLY SENSITIVE INDIVIDUALS WITH DENTAL FILLINGS!

     

    You are comparing an Apple to an Orange, Orange Peels for Brains.

     

         Additionally, when pointed in the direction of the actual real-life population in the world with dental fillings inc. Reganda Russell, whom has Dr. Hand's own dental fillings. No Blue Line ON gums is ever seen.

    I’m at the Knee In The Curve, while You are Fucking-UP and trying to kill me.

    JUST HOW I AM I SUPPOSED TO GET AN OBJECTIVE DX WITH THESE INCOMPETENT PIECES OF SHIT AROUND ME THE UT-TYLER ATTENDINGS IN ID AND TOXICOLOGY. SEE THE LINKS IDENTIFYING KOCH’S POSTULATES, ROTTEN IN DENMARK, LOUIS PASTEUR, PAUL VOLBERDING M.D. THE BLUE LINE. LSRO- DENTAL AMALGAM SCIENTIFIC REVIEW PANEL PRESENTATION John Doull M.D. PhD (see TLV) co-author of Casarett and Doull's Toxicology

    They wield their responsibility in my CNS like a small child

    And should be fired for GROSS MEDICAL INCOMPETENCE

    Just on this basis alone!

    There are NO SECOND CHANCES IN THE CNS!

    IT’S LIKE THE JFK HEAD SHOT IN THE CNS,

    JUST ASK THE IRANIAN TWINS, BEN CARSON M.D.

    ALL THE KINGS HORSES AND ALL THE KINGS MEN

    CAN

    NEVER PUT THE CNS BACK TOGETHER AGAIN.

     

    The UT Tyler Toxicology Attendings were asked to give the standard of care for monitoring an occupational environment in which HG vapor was a hazard.

     

    They were also advised to follow the Hippocratic Oath and do their level best

    To diagnose and treat the patient exposed to the low-levels seen from

    Dental fillings

    Including quoting their own Medical references.

    They only care about

    Not letting the Public know that they were caught

    (That is they try to hide their Incompetence)

    In High-Tech surveillance as

    Prideful, (All heart and incompetence) Pathetic Big-Goofs and Fuck-ups,

    Rudy Poots and Country Bumpkins

    And medically irresponsible ones.

    (Don’t try to Grey your way through it, either not w/ this type of detailed information about the patient and literature of Hg vapor poisoning!)

    No Excuses Tolerated!

    Yellow-bellied Cowards!

     Deliver The Gold Standard!

     

    By a 3rd UCSF year medical student, no less.

    Just How do you plan on detecting signs and symptoms that are subtle

    And mostly non-reversible?

    (See below for your own medical references)

    You are Dangerous Prideful medical loose cannons!

    They Lie Like Big Tobacco (Big Chlorine)!

    Does Hg vapor have a dose response curve in biological systems (i.e. Humans) ?

    Find the Answers below.

     1) Just what part of the dose response curve is a person on with dental fillings (40 Dental fillings) ?

    2) What part of the dose response curve causes a blue line on gums/gingivitis?

    3) What is the standard of care for an occupational environment/ setting where Hg vapor is a hazard? For example, a Fluorescent lamp factory, Chloralkali factory, Thermometer factory, Dental office/workers)

    4) What is the standard of care for a person with dental fillings?

    5) How was the standard of care/response curves established?

    (For example, a Fluorescent lamp factory, Chloralkali factory, Thermometer factory, Dental office/workers) They were asked to do this by 7PM Tues.(5/25/04) They were asked to do this the previous Wed. (Lead time) They were also asked to give the dose estimate of Hg (ug/day) of someone (Myself) with 40 dental fillings.   It has already been explained to them the apple to an orange comparison that they were engaged in. In addition the official recommendation by their own Medical Toxicology Textbook- The Clinical Basis of Medical ToxicologyP. 1328.(20, 28, 50) is the monitoring of the subclinical signs and symptoms using the tests described below.

    "In addition to mercury assays, neuropsychiatric testing, nerve conduction studies and urine assays for N-acetyl B-D-glucosaminidase and beta-2-microglobulin are advocated for early detection of subclinical inorganic and organic mercury intoxication. (20, 28, 50)"

Appendix VII
Government and Professional Organization
Policy Statements on Dental Amalgam

Amalgam's contribution of mercury to body burden

Most data suggest that the daily mercury dose is 1 to 5 µg higher for subjects with 7 to 10 amalgam dental restorations than for persons with none. Clarkson and colleagues (2) estimated that for the general U.S. population "the dominant exposure (for elemental mercury) is to mercury vapor from dental amalgams." In low-level occupational exposures, the subclinical health effects detected have occurred in groups with mean tissue mercury levels that are 10 times higher than those of the general population; however, the relationship between the observed effects and the tissue levels is not clear.”

2. Clarkson TW, Hursch JB, Sager PR, Syversen TLM. Mercury. In: Clarkson TW, Friberg L, Nordberg GF, and Sager PR, ed. Biological Monitoring of Toxic Metals. New York: Plenun Press, 1988: 199-246.

 

    • Piikivi, L., Tolonen, U. (1989): EEG findings in chlor-alkali workers subjected to low long term exposure to mercury vapour. Br J Ind Med 46:30-35

     

    • Zampollo A, Baruffini A, Cirla AM, et al: Subclinical inorganic mercury neuropathy: neurophysiological investigations in 17 occupationally exposed subjects. Ital J Neurol Sci 1987 Jun; 8(3): 249-54[Medline].

     

    • Shapiro IM, Cornblath DR, Sumner AJ, et al: Neurophysiological and neuropsychological function in mercury-exposed dentists. Lancet 1982 May 22; 1(8282): 1147-50[Medline].
    • Singer R, Valciukas JA, Rosenman KD: Peripheral neurotoxicity in workers exposed to inorganic mercury compounds. Arch Environ Health 1987 Jul-Aug; 42(4): 181-4[Medline].
    • Levine SP, Cavender GD, Langolf GD, et al: Elemental mercury exposure: peripheral neurotoxicity. Br J Ind Med 1982 May; 39(2): 136-9[Medline].
    • Miller JM, Chaffin DB, Smith RG: Subclinical psychomotor and neuromuscular changes in workers exposed to inorganic mercury. Am Ind Hyg Assoc J 1975 Oct; 36(10): 725-33[Medline].
    • Ellingsen DG, Morland T, Andersen A, et al: Relation between exposure related indices and neurological and neurophysiological effects in workers previously exposed to mercury vapour. Br J Ind Med 1993 Aug; 50(8): 736-44[Medline].
    • Albers JW, Cavender GD, Levine SP, et al: Asymptomatic sensorimotor polyneuropathy in workers exposed to elemental mercury. Neurology 1982 Oct; 32(10): 1168-74[Medline].
    • Albers JW, Kallenbach LR, Fine LJ, et al: Neurological abnormalities associated with remote occupational elemental mercury exposure. Ann Neurol 1988 Nov; 24(5): 651-9[Medline].
    • American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists: Threshold Limit Values and Biological Exposure Indices. 1999. Link
    • Andersen A, Ellingsen DG, Morland T, et al: A neurological and neurophysiological study of chloralkali workers previously exposed to mercury vapour. Acta Neurol Scand 1993 Dec; 88(6): 427-33[Medline].
    • Angotzi G, Battistini N, Carboncini F, et al: Impairment of nervous system in workers exposed to inorganic mercury. Toxicol Eur Res 1981 Nov; 3(6): 275-8[Medline].

Click for Details of the Above references.

That this is the 95% confidence interval (2 STD), that is the studies have already been done.  These scientific and reproducible studies are how the STANDARD OF CARE WAS ESTABLISHED. No Industrial Hygienist or trained Medical Toxicologist would ever wait on a Blue Line to show up, as this is long term, low dose exposure. Just like dental fillings. See USPHS 1993 Dental Amalgam: A Scientific Review:-1993 publication (see below).

Jonathan Rutchik M.D. the e-medicine reference that was sent to UT-Tyler ID/Toxicology

 

   When asked to produce their 95% confidence interval (+/- 2 STD) of a Blue line occurring in either persons with dental fillings or in modern presentations of occupational metallic Hg (vapor) poisoning. They Never Did. This presentation is rare by descriptions in their own limited Metals and Metalloids p.90 Levine [1982] (6-8 Texts) medical library resources. In fact, in these studies of poisoned Chloralkali, Thermometer workers and Dentists with large sample sizes (dentists n=238 [Shapiro 1987]) (Chloralkali workers n=138; Levine [1982]) (Thermometer workers n=17) A Blue Line was never seen on gums.

 

 
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Toxic Neuropathy


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Authored by Jonathan S Rutchik, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor, Department of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, University of California at San Francisco

Jonathan S Rutchik, MD, MPH, is a member of the following medical societies: Western Occupational and Environmental Medical Association

Edited by Milind J Kothari, DO, Program Director, Associate Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Neurology, Pennsylvania State University Hershey Medical Center; Francisco Talavera, PharmD, PhD, Senior Pharmacy Editor, eMedicine; Glenn Lopate, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology, Division of Neuromuscular Diseases, Washington University in Saint Louis School of Medicine; Selim R Benbadis, MD, Director of Comprehensive Epilepsy Program, Associate Professor, Departments of Neurology and Neurosurgery, University of South Florida, Tampa General Hospital; and Nicholas Lorenzo, MD, eMedicine Project Editor-in-Chief, Chief Editor, eMedicine Neurology; Consulting Staff, Neurology Specialists and Consultants

 

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Use of the medical literature to associate an agent with an abnormality is important. Ascertain existence of supporting evidence that suggests exposure at a specific dose and duration that can cause such dysfunction and whether animal data are helpful to extrapolate an estimated dose that may lead to a health effect in humans

MISCELLANEOUS

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Medical/Legal Pitfalls:

 

An algorithm to assess patients with suspected neurotoxic illness is detailed in Medical/Legal Pitfalls. It describes occupational and environmental history as an important aspect of the medical history. In cases of positive occupational or environmental exposure, estimating dose and duration of exposure and level of protection afforded by personal protective equipment is emphasized. Government and professional organizations publish exposure limits for workers using various chemicals. Physicians may use this information to compare with industrial hygiene data. These are outlined in Table 1.

 

  • Workers, by law, need to be informed of chemicals in the workplace and their potential health hazards. Material safety data sheets (MSDS), per order of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), are available to all workers in the workplace.
  • The Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act (EPCRA) requires that facilities using, storing, or manufacturing hazardous chemicals make public inventory and report every release to public officials and health personnel. These facilities must cooperate with health personnel who are treating victims of exposure.

 


Neuropathies from industrial agents (either from occupational or environmental sources), presenting after either limited or long-term exposure, are insidious. Patients may present with subtle pain or weakness. Subclinical abnormalities found on electrodiagnostic testing may herald a progressive neuropathy if exposure continues at a similar dose. Attributing neuropathy to such an exposure often is difficult. In some patients, extensive search for an etiology may fail to uncover the exact cause of neuropathy.

Table 1. Exposure Limits, Common Organic Solvents and Metals

Compound OSHA PEL TWA: ppm(mg/m3) NIOSH REL TWA: ppm(mg/m3), IDLH ACGIH ppm (mg/m3)TLV, STEL
Lead 0.05 mg/m3 0.100 mg/m3 (0.05), -
Mercury, inorganic C 0.1 mg/m3 0.05 mg/m3, C 0.01mg/m3, 10 mg/m3 0.025 mg/m3

 


Abbreviations: OSHA - Occupational Safety and Health Association; NIOSH - National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health; ACGIH - American Congress of Governmental Industrial Hygienists; TWA - time-weighted average; TLV - threshold limit value; PEL - permissible exposure limit; REL - recommended exposure limit; ppm - parts per million; STEL - short-term exposure limit; Ca - level for carcinogenicity; C - ceiling, should never be exceeded; ND - not determined

Utilizing
neurophysiologic testing, neuropsychological testing, and neuroimaging to support a clinical suspicion is encouraged. When the exposure has ended, retesting also is appropriate after a period of time. Perform biological testing of serum and urine to assess absorbed dose. Values have been published for these data. These are outlined in Table 2.
 

Table 2. ATSDR Biological Exposure Indices (BEIs)

Compound Urine Blood Expired Air Other
Lead Lead Lead 30 mg/100 mL
 
Erythrocyte protoporphyrin
Mercury, inorganic Mercury: start of shift, 35 ug/g Urine Mercury: end of shift at end of work week, 15 ug/L Blood
 

 

 

  • Consider the following algorithm to assess whether a toxic etiology satisfies a rigorous method of scrutiny.
  • Algorithm for clinical assessment of neurotoxic disease
    • Begin the evaluation by noting chief complaint or complaints. Consider when they began and how they relate to an exposure.
    • Take a thorough medical history that includes an occupational and environmental history to consider all sources of exposure to all possible agents. List details of all jobs and job tasks within the jobs and what symptoms and medical problems began when.
    • Consider review of systems and how eating, bowel movements, sexual activity, sleep, and emotional status varied during exposure incidents.
    • List medical complaints on a timeline and relate each to exposure dates, duration, and intensity. Consider other occupational, environmental, and drug exposures. Include vitamin supplements, hobbies, and traditional practices.
    • Include birth history, pregnancy, and extensive family history to uncover any genetic or congenital diseases.
    • Consider how symptoms change as they relate to exposures. How often do flare-ups occur? Are the symptoms persistent or do they improve?
    • Do colleagues or co-workers have similar complaints?
    • List all potential sources of exposure: from where, what form, and how they are used.
    • Obtain MSDSs and scientific data on each chemical agent.
    • Perform neurologic examination. A general medical examination including an assessment of the autonomic system, hair, teeth, nails, skin color, and lymph system is important. Are any objective neurological signs or other systemic findings noted?
    • Arrange for confirmatory neurophysiological, neuropsychological, and imaging tests.
    • Arrange for serum and biological monitoring when appropriate (see Table 2).
    • Review regulatory information for this chemical. What have OSHA, FDA, USPHS EPA, NIOSH, American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH), and other international organizations (WHO) published as a safe level? See Table 1.
    • Consider contacting an industrial hygienist for air and water sampling.
    • Consider removal from exposure.
    • Consider whether exposure and medical problem may be consistent chronologically. First, did the exposure precede the complaint or dysfunction?
    • Exclude all other common causes of the diagnosis. Are the findings consistent with a primary neurological or other medical condition? Are the findings explained by other historical or familial factors? Other exposures, illnesses, or stressors?
    • Search literature for epidemiologic and case studies and series that describe an association between exposure and dysfunction.
    • Is dose and duration of exposure consistent with the described dysfunction? Focus on details of the literature.
    • What is the proposed mechanism for this exposure-induced dysfunction?
    • Estimate functional status and medical treatment options and consultation necessary for support.
    • Reevaluate by examination and neurological and neuropsychological tests. Do the results remain consistent?

BIBLIOGRAPHY

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What you don’t recognize is that the signs and symptoms of infectious disease are NEVER PRESENT ON THE HUMAN BODY, THERE IS A NORMAL RED BLOOD CELL SEDIMENTATION RATE AND A NORMAL WHITE CELL COUNT AND THE SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS ARE DESCRIBED BY ALL AROUND ME AS SLOW AND GRADUAL JUST LIKE POISON. There is no activation of the Immune system and signs and symptoms of infectious disease cannot be described by any observer including the GIMP UT-Tyler Attendings, in fact the illness is medically undefined with no published reports even 14 years later. John Mc Enroe cannot describe them nor can Paul Volberding M.D.

The Instinctive Reactions to Illness

 

Rass Wilkerson, my Great Uncle whom I was living with in Oakland, CA during 1988-91, was a cook on a US Navy Battleship in the Pacific Theater in WWII. He was also at Pearl Harbor when it was bombed (I’m the H-bomb; Fat Man & Little Boy (Tall Tree/Short Tree/Polygenic Inheritance); the Atomic Bombs dropped by the US on Hiroshima and Nagasaki by the Japanese in WWII when Japan unconditionally surrendered), but did not get hurt. He and I also have a birthday on the same exact day Oct. 9th (4th grade- 9yrs old-140 IQ/This US Navy Blue/ the Blue Print to life is DNA); owns a Duplex in East Oakland. He is the person that let me and a white female gas company technician underneath the crawl space of my side of the duplex as I had called the gas company about checking for Carbon Monoxide poisoning (CNS poison). The technician described/explained that a flame which burns sooty is indicative of carbon monoxide (Incomplete combustion-CO) production. A clean burning flame is indicative of carbon dioxide (Complete combustion-CO2) and is safe. This flame was clean in appearance and the gas company tech stated that in her opinion it was safe. Therefore, all those around me clearly describe the signs and symptoms as slow and gradual just like poison. ( I know the Dr. Snell [Lisa Benton], I know the Dr. Dre, I know the Teddy Riley, I know you know, NO DIGGITY, I KNOW YOU KNOW NO DOUBT!)

The Sexual Contact cannot be demonstrated to exist with the best techniques

Available to Law Enforcement in

All 11 Geographic Locations!

However, Dr. Robert Koch M.D. Unbeknownst to the Layperson

Infectious Disease is not the Sexual contact, food poisoning

Either!

Infectious disease is not all that come, FOOD, Breast milk, Saliva, Mucus, Bile, Blood, Blood products,

Vaginal secretions or Semen!!

This is a myth!! Robert Koch M.D. Nobel prize in Medicine -1910

You will never distinguish the signs and symptoms of infectious disease on a Patient on the AIDS ward (dozens of them) at SFGH/UCSF, unless you use the silky-smooth Paul Volberding M.D., Dr. Koch-like approach. The AIDS ward is Dr. Koch’s ward; we just apply the principles here.

There is no Infectious Disease which has ever disobeyed Koch’s Postulates in Microbiology.

The 3 parts of Koch’s Postulates in Microbiology- Every Infectious disease has these 3 characteristics!

  • Infectious Agent or Germ- (5 Categories) Bacterial, Viral, Protozoan, Fungal or Parasitic. (Notice that none of these are Gay, Straight or Bisexual and can happen to plants and animals . e. Rabies).i

  • Signs and Symptoms which can be construed as infectious and indicate activation of the Immune System, i.e. Pus, discharge, rash, fever, chills, Flu-like signs and symptoms, Altered white cell counts, Altered Red Cell Sedimentation rates and altered antibody tests which also overlap w/ and are also The signs and symptoms of Allergic and Auto-Immune Illness.

  • Route and Pattern of Spread and Geometric Progression - TB was the Infectious Disease that Robert Koch M.D. spent the most time with. Louis Pasteur (Pasteurization) who debunked the myth of spontaneous generation and invented the Germ Theory, discovered Rabies, Anthrax, Silkworm Disease and Chicken Cholera.

 

  • The 3 parts of an illness

  • Instinctive Reactions (Only recognized by the 5 senses)

 

  • Signs and Symptoms (Signs Like Pallor on Elevation-Rubor on Dependence can be Seen By The Doctor -While Symptoms are what the Patient feels using their 5 senses (See Dorland's Medical Dictionary in Barnes' & Nobles around the US and S. Broadway Tyler,TX and Most Medical Libraries CAN Best Described in a Teaching Pearl  " How can You feel It White girl with the Big Legs Long Fibers First Samuel Longhorn Clemens UNLESS YOU HIT A NERVE- Merritt "The LEWD" Lewis P. Rowland Merritt's Textbook Of Neurology  in 207 Aspen Place Apts. Tyler,TX next To Fox-Run Apts. and the Racism inherent in Interracial Dating, Marriage and Offspring which also permeates the Vast Majority of Smith County Tyler,Texas Law-Enforcement DA's Office.  Below is a Scientific Peer-Reviewed summary (Journal Of Science) of How You can't feel UNLESS YOU HIT A NERVE !!! All The WHITE GIRLS WITH BIG LEGS KNOW WHAT I MEANT
  • Sci. Aging Knowl. Environ., 8 March 2006
    Vol. 2006, Issue 6, p. pe7
    [DOI: 10.1126/sageke.2006.6.pe7]

    PERSPECTIVES
    • Small-Fiber Neuropathy: Answering the Burning Questions -Nerve Injury Unit, a division of the Departments of Anesthesiology, Neurology, and Neuropathology at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA

      PERSPECTIVES
      Small-Fiber Neuropathy: Answering the Burning Questions Ezekiel Fink, and Anne Louise Oaklander

      The authors are at the Nerve Injury Unit, a division of the Departments of Anesthesiology, Neurology, and Neuropathology at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA 02114, USA. E-mail: efink@partners.org (E.F.)

      http://sageke.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/2006/6/pe7

      Key Words: small-fiber neuropathy • pain • punch skin biopsy • neuralgia • neuropathic pain

       

      Introduction 

      Clinical Symptoms of Small-Fiber Polyneuropathies

      As adults age, they become more vulnerable to the development of small-fiber polyneuropathies. The onset is usually heralded by pain in both feet, often first on the soles. Sensory loss or numbness, which seems to require more nerve damage, appear later. If the condition worsens, the symptoms spread proximally as shorter axons also become affected. The hands become symptomatic at about the same time as leg symptoms ascend to the mid-calf (known as a "stocking and glove" distribution). If even short fibers are damaged, symptoms can affect the torso and head. Small-fiber sensory symptoms are a mixture of numbness (sensory loss) and pain described variously as superficial and burning, deep aching, pins-and-needles, electrical shocks, or knifelike stabbing. Innocuous contact (such as with clothing or bedclothes) can become painful, as during sunburn. Small-fiber symptoms often worsen at night (when there are few distractions) and in the cold.

      Damage to autonomic small fibers is also common (1). Patients can develop symptoms of vascular dysregulation, such as swelling or color and temperature changes in their feet. Their skin may become thin and shiny because keratinocyte mitosis rates depend on small-fiber innervation (2). With widespread involvement, internal organ dysregulation can develop, such as impaired gastrointestinal motility (diarrhea or constipation), bladder or sexual dysfunction, and, rarely, blood-pressure abnormalities or cardiac dysrhhythmias. Of course, many polyneuropathies affect other types of axons to a greater or lesser extent, so large-fiber symptoms such as weakness, muscle atrophy or fasciculations, or loss of touch, balance, or proprioception can appear as well.

       

 

  • Cause and Effects

 

Any other Approach to Infectious Disease or illness is a myth!!

Nothing, I mean nothing gets in between your scientific and objective approach to the patient.

NOT THE BOTHA’S DICK

NOR

THE GREEN DICK OF ENVY

NOR

THE MYTH OF ILLNESS

NOR

CHILDISH PRIDE

ROBERT KOCH M.D

This Infectious Disease fails all 3 parts of Koch’s Postulates

  • No Infectious Agent/Germ
  • Innapparent-No Signs and Symptoms that indicate Activation of the immune system are ever seen, measured, described or felt/experienced.
  • No route and pattern of spread and geometric progression NO PUBLISHED REPORTS Even 14 years later. CDC, WHO, Blood Banking Medicine, Pediatric Infectious Disease Literature, Journal of AIDS, The Medical Management of AIDS (Which contains a chapter entirely devoted to CNS infections) and Medline.

 

And

Fails the test of the 3 parts of an illness,

 

  • Instinctive Reactions-Anxiety Neurosis, Systematic Poison search; Baking Soda, Vinegar, [The Charles Becker M.D. Connection-Fall 2000 Vinegar over Collard Greens] Listerine Mouthwash
  • Signs and Symptoms- Described as under the influence of CNS medication IE. "Crack Cocaine" from 1991-1999 by the entire family. This is the correct match. Maybe some dentist or ADA member Rotten Odor In Denmark can find a Blue Line on the Gums of Millions of persons with dental Fillings Inc. Reganda Russell. Is this the Minnesota Twin Study, Thomas Bouchard PhD, because the Body does not Lykken in Illness? She has Dr. Hand’s own dental fillings. These BIG GOOFS AND FUCK UPS, RUDY POOTS AND COUNTRY BUMPKINS at UT-Tyler Toxicology by their own admission in high-tech surveillance state to me ‘We don’t want to attack you in the detailed literature of Hg Tox because you are far too strong here." They also state "We are not that familiar with the detailed literature of Hg Tox."

 

 

Hg Vapor

Occupational Exp.

(Known Toxic Doses)

HIV Positive Quick Draw Mc Graw –Jeneat Burist Dose

Jackie Carter Ultra Marathon Length Dose

Duration/Area Under The Curve

8 hrs Blue Line

1 hr

2hrs

See the enclosed Bar and Wedge Charts generated in MS Excel. This is not the same dose that causes a Blue Line. Didn’t Louis Pasteur, The Total Package and the greatest scientific mind ever in the Field of Microbiology tell you that Imagination should be checked by THE factual RESULTS OF THE EXPERIMENT. NO NOBEL PRIZE FOR YOU- see below.

(This is why they air sample AIR HEADED BIMBO-HO BRAINED UT-Tyler Toxicology Attendings to decrease the AREA UNDER THE CURVE IN OCCUPATIONAL ENVIRONMENTS. WE/I decrease the access time to MS Excel (Academic Excellence/See the enclosed MCAT Scores below) didn’t you notice that Integral Calculus-Calc II is the mathematics that are used in Modern day Analytical Laboratory Instrumentation and in MS Excel to Calculate the area under the curve. See the enclosed Bar and Wedge Charts generated in MS Excel. This is not the same dose that causes a Blue Line.

 

They should not be allowed within 100 mi of any patient with repeated bouts of exposures to any Neurotoxins (There are dozens of them) which are not readily detectable by blood and/or urine testing.  This means the Toxicology ward at SFGH/UCSF

If the UT-Tyler Attendings were Cardiologists Treating Patients for Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)

With Digitalis to strengthen to heartbeat (Digoxin-derived from the Foxglove Plant) A drug with a narrow therapeutic index

This means a thin line between the dose required to produce its

beneficial effects vs. the harmful effects (Stopped heartbeat is one of the side effects) They would not recognize

the dose response curve which in medical settings is routinely monitored with blood levels.

Your Gimp Asses Would Kill them If You were Cardiologists.

UT-Tyler Attendings in Toxicology.

 

Not a Single One of These Individuals in Occupational Environments

Has a Blue Line on Gums!

They should not be allowed within 100 mi of any patient with repeated bouts of exposures (Esp. long-term and low dose) to any Neurotoxins  (There are dozens of them) which are not readily detectable by blood and/or urine testing.  This means the Toxicology ward at SFGH/UCSF

The toxicity of mercury and its compounds, recognized since antiquity and widely acknowledged in industry, has recently been reviewed (7-12). Signs and symptoms associated with mercury intoxication from elemental mercury include tremor, ataxia, personality change, loss of memory, insomnia, fatigue, depression, headaches, irritability, slowed nerve conduction, weight loss, appetite loss, psychological distress, and gingivitis (7,913). Most of these signs and symptoms have been associated with persons with long-term occupational exposure to air concentrations of mercury greater than 50 µg/m3 whose urinary mercury concentrations are greater than 100 ug/L. Clinically significant effects (erethism, intention tremor, gingivitis) have not been reported below air concentrations of 100 µg Hg/m. Most effects observed in persons exposed to mercury in air concentrations below 100 ug Hg/m3 are preclinical e.g., slowed nerve conduction, short term memory loss, special instrumental tests for tremor. No clinical findings on kidney function decrement have been found in persons exposed to air mercury concentrations below 100 mg Hg/m3 . In comparison the range of mercury in urine for persons with no clearly identifiable occupational source of mercury exposure is up to 20 ug/L.

 

  • Mercury (inorganic and organic) and peripheral neuropathy
    • Inorganic mercury is used in the chloralkali industry. Other uses are noted in Table 3. Neuropathy and PNS dysfunction, often motor more than sensory, were noted in the cases summarized here.
    • Albers et al reported 138 chloralkali plant workers with long-term exposure to inorganic mercury vapor who were found to have elevated urine mercury levels and reduced sensation on quantitative testing. Subjects exposed to mercury for 20-35 years who had urine mercury levels greater than 0.6 mg/L demonstrated significantly less strength, poorer coordination, more severe tremor, more impaired sensation, and higher prevalence of Babinski and snout reflexes than controls. Subjects with polyneuropathy had higher peak levels of mercury than healthy subjects.
    • In another study by Anderson et al, chloralkali workers exposed to inorganic mercury vapor for an average of 12.3 years revealed a higher prevalence of reduced distal sensation, postural tremor, and impaired coordination than controls. Barber reported 2 employees of a chloralkali plant who had findings suggestive of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Signs, symptoms, and laboratory findings returned to normal 3 months after withdrawal from exposure. Adams et al (1983) reported a 54-year-old man with a brief but intense exposure to mercury vapor, which led to a syndrome resembling ALS that resolved as urinary mercury levels fell. Ross reported that prolonged application of an ammoniated ointment to the skin was a cause of motor polyneuropathy, with cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) findings suggestive of Guillain-Barré syndrome.
    • Warkany and Hubbard reported the association of acrodynia and symmetrical flaccid paralysis with mercury toxicity.
    • Organic mercury was deemed the culprit in a number of historic environmental accidents. One noted catastrophe, reported by Yoshida et al, occurred in Minimata Bay, Japan, and involved organic mercury. The majority of Minimata patients with methylmercury intoxication had elevated pain thresholds but suffered from glove and stocking hyperesthesia in the extremities.
  • Neurophysiologic abnormalities associated with mercury exposure (inorganic and organic)
    • Inorganic mercury is noted to produce a sensory or sensorimotor polyneuropathy similar to that produced by arsenic. Chloralkali plant workers (n=138) with long-term inorganic mercury vapor exposure were noted to have elevated urine mercury levels and reduced sensation on quantitative testing, prolonged distal latencies with reduced sensory-evoked response amplitudes, and increased likelihood of abnormal needle EMG findings. Factory workers exposed to elemental mercury vapor with elevated urine mercury concentrations had prolonged motor and sensory ulnar distal latencies. Slowing of the median motor NCV was found to correlate with both increased levels of mercury in blood and urine and with increased numbers of neurological symptoms. Sensory deficits found with short-term exposure to mercury vapor, whereas motor nerve impairment occurred with longer periods of exposure.
    • Chloralkali workers exposed to inorganic mercury vapors for an average of 12.3 years were found to have median motor and sensory NCVs that were slightly reduced among the highly exposed subjects. Seventeen thermometer factory workers had high urine and blood mercury levels but no symptoms; 88% had subclinical neuropathy, mainly distal and axonal neuropathy. In another study, a sensory polyneuropathy was found in 11% of workers exposed to inorganic mercury, while a sensorimotor polyneuropathy was found in 27% of workers.
    • Chloralkali workers who were exposed to inorganic mercury for an average of 7.9 years and had ceased working in that environment an average of 12.3 years prior to the study were found to have both median sensory NCV and amplitude of the sural nerve associated with measures of cumulative exposure to mercury. A study reviewing the relationship between exposure-related indices and neurological and neurophysiological effects in workers previously exposed to mercury vapor revealed that, of 298 dentists with long-term exposure to mercury amalgam vapor evaluated for peripheral neuropathy, 30% had polyneuropathies. Another paper reported that one dentist apparently had an unelicitable sensory superficial peroneal nerve action potential that returned to normal following penicillamine treatment. NOTICE: THIS DENTIST RECEIVED HEAVY METAL CHELATION W/O A BLUE LINE ON GUMS, ORANGE PEELS FOR BRAINS, UT-TYLER TOXICOLOGY. (This is why they air sample AIR HEADED BIMBO-HO BRAINED UT-Tyler Toxicology Attendings to decrease the AREA UNDER THE CURVE IN OCCUPATIONAL ENVIRONMENTS.) YOU WOULD HAVE KILLED THEM!!

 

There is NO DENTIST IN THE TYLER AREA THAT WANTS TO BE IN THE CARE OF GIMP UT-TYLER TOXICOLOGY ATTENDINGS!

    • YOU KNOW WHAT THIS MEANS AT UT-TYLER ID, DON’T YOU MYTHOLOGICAL UNICORNS AND IMAGINARY PINK ELEPHANTS!
    • Industrial workers with long-term exposure to mercury were found to have performance decrements in neuromuscular functions that were reversible and correlated with blood and urine mercury levels.

 

    • Increased tremors and cognitive difficulties are sensitive end points for chronic low-level exposure to metallic mercury vapor  (ATSDR -1999) (Fawer et al.1983; Ngim et al. 1992)

 

    • The UT-Tyler Attendings don't want the world or any other Attendings/ or laypersons or private practice Physicians (James Harris III M.D. Azalea Orthopedic Clinic; Tyler, TX 903-939-7551 whom now has a copy of The Clinical Basis of Medical Toxicology p. 1328 & Metals and Metalloids p.90 (Levine 1982) click link he would never wait on A BLUE LINE TO SHOW UP ONCE HE KNEW THE STANDARD OF CARE nor would he consume a diet high in methylmercury containing seafood i.e.. tuna, swordfish, sea mammals etc.. once he saw the results of sensitive NEUROPSYCHIATRIC TESTING on Faroe Islanders, (Grandjean 1995)- Faroe Island Child Study (Denmark) whom had normal physical examinations (Davidson, Clarkson 1998 U. of Rochester School of Medicine )-Seychelles Island Child Study (Indian Ocean) esp.  unborn and young children i.e. those with developing CNS'S) to know that they are Pathetically Incompetent, BIG GOOFS, BIG FUCK-UPS RUDY POOTS AND COUNTRY BUMPKINS, whom are also MEDICALLY IRRESPONSIBLE LOOSE CANNONS. They try to approach illness as gay, from the beginning, the middle and the recognition , which is just the biggest myth that moves. This is the irrationally irrational dog chasing it's imaginary tail. They won't admit that they don't know their asses from a hole in the ground. They don't know mercury Toxicology either. Speaking of Johanthan Rutchik M.D. [This Blue] e-medicine article online reference and the subclinical onset of chronic metallic mercury poisoning as also described in the Textbook reference at UT-Tyler Public Health Library [The Clinical Basis of Medical Toxicology p. 1328 with several references (20, 28, 50) from their own Public health Library.

      This Evidence cannot be scientifically refuted by any trained PhD. or M.D. in Medical Toxicology.

      John Doull M.D. PhD (see TLV) co-author of Casarett and Doull's Toxicology

      However The prideful and Pathetically Incompetent BIG GOOFS AND FUCK-UPS AND RUDY POOTS AND COUNTRY BUMPKINS AND MEDICALLY IRRESPONSIBLE LOOSE CANNONS ON DECK and refuse to Back Down UT-Tyler Toxicology Attendings try to go around this with the statement "The vast majority of descriptions in our limited understanding of the detailed literature of mercury poisoning contain a BLUE LINE. Therefore we think that you should have one as well".

      What is wrong with the above statement? 

       

    • III: Evaluation of Risks Associated With Mercury Vapor from Dental Amalgam

    •  

      The toxicity of mercury and its compounds, recognized since antiquity and widely acknowledged in industry, has recently been reviewed (7-12).

      Clinically significant effects (erethism, intention tremor, gingivitis) have not been reported below air concentrations of 100 µg Hg/m3. [The OSHA limit = 50 ug Hg/m3  x 8hr/day: not to exceed 40 hrs/wk] . Most effects observed in persons exposed to mercury in air concentrations below 100 ug Hg/m3 are preclinical e.g., slowed nerve conduction, short term memory loss, special instrumental tests for tremor.

      References (7-12) Reviews

      7. World Health Organization (WHO) (1991): Environmental Health Criteria 118, Inorganic Mercury. World Health Organization, Geneva

      8. World Health Organization (WHO) (1990): Environmental Health Criteria 101, Methylmercury. World Health Organization, Geneva.

      9. Berlin, M. (1986): Mercury. In: Friberg, L., Nordberg, G.F., and Vouk, V., editors. Handbook on the Toxicology of Metals .2nd Edition. New York Elsevier Science Publishers

      10. Clarkson, T.W., (PDF) Hursch, J.B., Sager, P.R., Syversen, TL.M. (1988): Mercury. In: Clarkson, T.W., Friberg, L., Nordberg, G.F., and Sager, P.R., editors. Biological Monitoring of Toxic Metals. New York Plenum Press, pp. 199-246, .

      11. Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) (1989): Toxicological profile for mercury, U.S. Public Health Service, ATSDR/TP-98/16.

      12. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) (1984): Mercury health effects update—health issue assessment. Washington, DC: Office of Health and Environment, EPA. EPA 600/8-84-019F

       

Dose Responses to Hg Vapor

 

Study

Conc. Hg ug/m3 (air)/(urine)/(blood)

Effects (gingivitis)

The Heavy Metal Paradigm (There is no safe lower limit for Lead, Mercury, and Cadmium at the doses found either in the occupational environment or from Dental Amalgams)

See BBC Documentary 1994- The Poison In your Mouth

Normal Values

Urine= <10 ug Hg/L; Blood= (0.2-2 ug) Hg/100 ml or [2-20 ug Hg/L]

There is considerable overlap among concentrations of mercury found in the normal population, asymptomatic exposed individuals, and patients with clinical evidence of poisoning. There is no definitive correlation between blood and urine mercury levels with mercury toxicity. 9,23

UCSF/SFGH/SHS  Medical Evaluation (1989)

Urine Hg: High Normal range
 Blood Hg: High Normal range
[5 week delay to get Hg assays from UCSF] (see The Heavy Metal Paradigm)

See Above or Request/ download the MS PowerPoint Presentation for more details. gerald_russell@yahoo.com

Adverse effects information—collected from FDA's Medical Device Reporting (MDR) and Problem Reporting Programs (PRP) n=550 Reports concerning Dental Amalgams

Not Measured (expected to be in normal range)

A plethora of reports (n=550) have been filed (FDA) with chief complaints that were claimed to be resolved with the removal of amalgam/mercury restorations A Blue Line nor Gingivitis was not reported, even during the process of removal. (See Below)

ACUTE Hg vapor levels Mosby’s Occup. Med. –(1994)

1200-8500 ug Hg/m3

If the concentration of Hg vapor is high enough, the exposure will result in tightness and pain in the chest, difficulty in breathing, coughing, and headaches. In 3 or 4 days, the salivary glands swell, and gingivitis develops.  A dark line of Mercury Sulfide may form on inflamed gums. In severe cases death has occurred from nephritis or pulmonary failure Later on some cases will develop psychopathological and neurological signs and symptoms similar to those seen in chronic cases of mercury vapor poisoning.

Yang (1994)- Taiwanese Lamp socket Factory worker

945 ug Hg/m3; (Urine= 610ug Hg/L); (Blood=237ug Hg/L)

Prominent gingivitis, ataxia, blurred vision, dysarthria,  tremors (usually postural and intentional), unsteady gait, and slow mental response

PEL CELING

(Maximum Permissible Exposure Limit-OSHA, WHO, ACGIH)

100 ug Hg/m3 and above

See Below; Only brief exposures are advised w/o respiratory protection

Scientific Literature

100 ug Hg/m3 and below

Clinically significant effects (erethism, intention tremor, gingivitis) have not been reported below air concentrations of 100 µg Hg/m3. [The OSHA limit = 50 ug Hg/m3 x 8hr/day: not to exceed 40 hrs/wk] . Most effects observed in persons exposed to mercury in air concentrations below 100 ug Hg/m3 are preclinical e.g., slowed nerve conduction, short term memory loss, special instrumental tests for tremor (7-12)

 

Ehrenberg et al. (1991): Thermometer plant workers

76 ug Hg/m3

Difficulty with heel-to-toe gait was observed in thermometer plant workers.

 

Urinary Threshold for Subclinical Effects on Kidney Dysfunction

Thomas W. Clarkson PhD.

 

50 ug Hg/m3 (Urine= 60 ug Hg/g Cr avg.); Steady State as in Occupational Environment

However, low-level chronic exposures at air concentrations above 50 g Hg/m3 do have adverse effects on the kidney (94). Decreased selectivity of the glomerular filter is evidenced by increased excretion of albumin. Tubular reabsorptive function is slightly diminished, leading to increased excretion of low-molecular-weight proteins such as retinol-binding protein. Damage to the brush border of the tubular cells is indicated by increased urinary excretion of brush border antigens. Interstitial effects of mercury result in loss of prostaglandins into the urine. These biochemical markers ( N-acetyl B-D -glucosaminidase NAG and beta-2-microglobulin) detect effects of mercury well before kidney function is significantly compromised."   -Thomas W. Clarkson PhD

ATSDR

 Urinary Threshold for Subclinical Effects on Kidney Dysfunction

 

(Urine= 50 ug Hg/g Cr avg.);

However, low-level chronic exposures at URINE concentrations above 50 ug Hg/g Cr Hg/m3 do have adverse effects on the kidney

These biochemical markers ( N-acetyl B-D -glucosaminidase NAG and beta-2-microglobulin) detect effects of mercury well before kidney function is significantly compromised."  

 

OSHA Limit

50 ug Hg/m3 x 8hr/day: not to exceed 50 hrs/wk

See Above

Fawer,. et al. (1983): Mercury-exposed workers in 3 industries (n=26)

26 ug Hg/m3 (Urine= 20 ug Hg/g Cr avg.);

 Hand tremor induced by industrial exposure to metallic mercury. a study of workers exposed to a time weighted average of 26 ug/m3 for an average of 15.3 years (range 1-41 yrs) with an increase in intentional tremor compared to the control group These results clearly indicate that metallic mercury, even at concentrations below the current OSHA TLV-TWA of 50 ug Hg/m3, can lead to neurological disorders.

WHO Limit

25 ug Hg/m3 x 8hr/day: not to exceed 40 hrs/wk

The World Health Organization (WHO) adopted a health-based recommended limit for occupational exposure of 25 ug/m3 . The WHO Study Group (Lars Frisburg PhD.) selected this value to ensure a reasonable degree of protection not only against tremor but against mercury-induced nonspecific symptoms (17). Effects induced by exposures that exceed these levels have been well documented (7,9,10,16)

ACGIH Limit

 ACGIH - American Congress of Governmental Industrial Hygienists

25 ug Hg/m3 x 8hr/day: not to exceed 40 hrs/wk

The American Congress of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH) John Doull M.D. PhD adopted a health-based recommended limit for occupational exposure of 25 ug/m3 See Above

Piikivi, L., Tolonen, U. (1989): Chloralkali workers (n=41)

15-25 ug Hg/m3

Comparison of computer-supported evaluation of EEGs obtained from mercury exposed and control workers showed those from the exposed group were significantly slower and more attenuated. This difference was most prominent in the occipital region, became milder parietally, and was almost absent frontally

Air concentrations were back calculated from the blood Hg levels with employee medical records (Twice yearly Occupational Medical Evaluations were conducted) that dated from 1969 although the average exposure was 15.6 yrs. (range 5-27 years)

Ngim (1992) Dentists (n=98)

14 ug Hg/m3 (Blood= 9.8 ug Hg/L avg.; range 0.6-56 ug Hg/L)

Dentists (n=98, mean age 32, range 24–49) with an average of 5.5 years (range= 8 mos.-24 years) of exposure to low levels of mercury; average no. of dental amalgams n=10.3 [range 0-45 amalgams] showed impaired performance on several neurobehavioral tests. The dentists showed significantly poorer performance on finger tapping (measures motor speed), trail making (measures visual scanning), digit symbol (measures visuomotor coordination and concentration), digit span, logical memory delayed recall (measures visual memory), and Bender-Gestalt time (measures visuomotor coordination). The dentists had a higher aggression score than the controls..

 

Echeverria, Aposhian (1998) Dentists (n=49)

(This study was for dental personnel having mercury excretion levels below the 10th percentile of the overall dental population. Such levels are also common among the general population of non- dental personnel with several fillings. see below)

See BBC Documentary 1994- The Poison In your Mouth

(Urine pre= 0.94 ug Hg/L avg.; 9.1post ug Hg/L avg.)

By using an approach (pre and post chelation Urine Hg levels) that distinguishes recent Hg exposure from Hg body burden, subtle associations were observed between Hg and symptoms, mood, motor function, and nonspecific cognitive alterations in task performance in an occupationally exposed group (dentists) with Hg Urine levels comparable to the general U.S. population. (0-4 ug Hg/L). Some of the subclinical findings were due only to the Hg source derived from their own dental amalgams.  This study is evidence that Hg toxicity (CNS is Target) can occur from the low-levels emitted by dental fillings, By using the pre/post chelation technique of course some had toxicity due to both sources, occupational (DENTAL OFFICES AVG. 20-40 ug Hg/m3 8 hrs/day x 40hrs/wk) and dental amalgams, yet NONE HAD A BLUE LINE ON GUMS.  Application of this approach may be particularly useful in defining thresholds of Hg toxicity and for establishing safe limits of exposure to mercury from dental amalgam material, the restoration itself, diet, and other sources.

 

U.S. Population Hg Levels (Kingman 1998)

 

Urine= 3.1 ug Hg/L avg. ;(0-35 ug Hg/L)

These levels are mainly due to either dental amalgams or methyl mercury from seafood/fish consumption. These overlap with the doses in several studies (see above; Aphoshian-1998) which have produced Hg toxicity.

  A large NIDH study of the U.S. military population (49) with an average of 19.9 amalgam surfaces and range of 0 to 66 surfaces found the average urine level was 3.1 ug/L, with 93% being inorganic mercury. The average in those with amalgam was 4.5 times that of controls

 

Dental Amalgams (Björkman et al. 1997; Lorscheider et al. 1995).

1-100ug Hg/day (weight) depends on no. and (highest to lowest peak levels during) drilling, installation, chewing, acidic, tooth brushing, hot liquids etc…

Gingivitis or Blue Line on gums has not been reported per FDA’S own review of literature. (175 studies) [This includes 550 reports of adverse effects to FDA FROM DENTAL AMALGAMS] USPHS 1993 reaffirmed this in 1995 &1997

MRL (Minimum Risk Level)

0.2 ug Hg/m = MRL  continuous

(26 ug Hg/m3) x (8/24 hrs/day) x (5/7 days/wk) /10 variability /3 minimal effect

Reference: Fawer RF, de Ribaupierre Y, Guillemin MP, et al. 1983.

 Measurement of hand tremor induced by industrial exposure to metallic mercury. British Journal of Industrial Medicine 40:204-208.

Dose and end point used for MRL derivation: 0.026 mg/m3; increased frequency of tremors.

Since the duration of exposure does influence the level of mercury in the body, the exposure level reported in the Fawer et al. (1983) occupational study was extrapolated from an 8-hour/day, 40-hour/workweek exposure to a level equivalent to a continuous 24 hour/day, 7 days/week exposure as might be encountered near a hazardous waste site containing metallic mercury.

Was a conversion used from intermittent to continuous exposure?

If so, explain: Yes. To estimate an equivalent continuous exposure concentration, the average concentration assumed for the 8 hour/day exposures was multiplied by 8/24 and 5/7 (0.026 mg/m3 x 8/24 hours/day x 5/7 days/week = 0.0062 mg/m3). Uncertainty factors of 10 for variability in sensitivity to mercury within the human population and 3 for use of a minimal effect LOAEL in MRL derivation were then applied to the calculated 0.0062 mg/m3 value,

 yielding a chronic inhalation MRL of 0.2 µg Hg/m3.

 

During the development of toxicological profiles, Minimal Risk Levels (MRLs) are derived when reliable and sufficient data exist to identify the target organ(s) of effect or the most sensitive health effect(s) for a specific duration for a given route of exposure . For Hg (inorganic/ organic) the target organ is the CNS.

An MRL is an estimate of the daily human exposure to a hazardous substance that is likely to be without appreciable risk of adverse noncancer health effects over a specified duration of exposure.

MRLs are based on noncancer health effects only and are not based on a consideration of cancer effects. These substance-specific estimates, which are intended to serve as screening levels, are used by ATSDR health assessors to identify contaminants and potential health effects that may be of concern at hazardous waste sites.

Additional studies or pertinent information which lend support to this MRL: The ability of long-term, low level exposure to metallic mercury to produce a degradation in neurological performance was also demonstrated in other studies.

 

(Ngim et al. 1992); (Ehrenberg et al. 1991) See Above.

Abnormal nerve conduction velocities have also been observed in chloralkali plant workers at a mean urine concentration of 450 µg/L (Levine et al.1982). These workers also experienced weakness, paresthesias, and muscle cramps.

 Tremors have also been reported in occupationally exposed workers with urinary mercury concentrations of 50–100 µg/g creatinine, and blood levels of 10–20 µg/L (Roels et al. 1982).

(Piikivi et al. 1984), decreases in performance on tests that measured intelligence (similarities) and memory (digit span and visual reproduction) were observed in chloralkali workers exposed for an average of 16.9 years (range, 10–37 years) to low levels of mercury when compared to an age-matched control group.

 

 

"The toxic biologic effects of mercury are , like the symptoms of mercurialism, variable with the level of exposure, mode of attack, and disposition. " Mosby’s Occupational Medicine-1994 pp. 552-553

 

Translation: There are no published reports of a blue line or gingivitis on gums from either occupational exposure below 100 ug Hg/m3

or

Dental Fillings

This is what is wrong with it!

There are no applications of the dose response curve of Hg Vapor to this approach.

Like any drug or just like food, Hg vapor has a dose response curve just like Bayer Aspirin.

You are pathetic failures in Pharmacology! 

Medical Malpractice
The Double-Double Effect

 

nSome of these persons Diagnosed with and/or Experiencing Mercury Poisoning In Occupational Environments
 
ALSO HAVE DENTAL AMALGAMS/FILLINGS

Yet  A Blue Line was never seen

on Gums!

 

  • Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR). 1999. Toxicological profile for mercury. Atlanta, GA: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service (Download Entire PDF File 9.0 M )

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Toxicological Profile for

Mercury

CAS# 7439-97-6

March 1999


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  • Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) (1995) Adult Environmental Neurobehavioral Test Battery: Research Needs ATSDR, U.S. DHHS, PHS, pp. 698–711

 

  • DHHS. 1993. Dental amalgam: A scientific review and recommended public health service strategy for research, education and regulation. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service Washington, D.C Link

 

  • BBC The Poison In Your Mouth 1994 Documentary Link 

 

  • Björkman L, Sandborgh-Englund G, Ekstrand J. 1997. Mercury in salvia and feces after removal of amalgam fillings. Toxicol Appl Pharmacol 144:156-162
  •  
  • Echeverria, D., Aposhian, H. V., Woods, J. S., Heyer, N. J., Aposhian, M. M., Bittner, A. C., Jr., Mahurin, R. K. Neurobehavioral effects from exposure to dental amalgam Hgo: new distinctions between recent exposure and Hg body burden. FASEB J. 12, 971–980
    (1998); 
    See BBC Documentary 1994- The Poison In your Mouth
  • Battelle Centers for Public Health Research and Evaluation, Seattle, Washington 98105, USA;
    Department of Environmental Health, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington 98195, USA;
    Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona 85721, USA;
    §Department of Psychiatry, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington 98195, USA

 

  • Ehrenberg RL, Vogt RL, Smith AB, et al. 1991. Effects of elemental mercury exposure at a thermometer plant. Am J Ind Med 19(4):495-507
 
  • Fawer, R.F., DeRibaupiere, Y., Guillemin, M. et al. (1983): Measurement of hand tremor induced by industrial exposure to metallic mercury. Br J Ind Med 40:204-208
  •  
  • Kingman, A. (1998) Correlations between urinary mercury concentrations and amalgam exposure among NIDR Amalgam Study participants. J. Dent. Res. Abstract #1644, IADR, Seattle, Washington
  • Levine SP, Cavender GD, Langolf GD, et al: Elemental mercury exposure: peripheral neurotoxicity. Br J Ind Med 1982 May; 39(2): 136-9[Medline]
  • Ngim CH, Foo SC, Boey KW, et al. 1992. Chronic neurobehavioural effects of elemental mercury in dentists. Br J Ind Med 49(11):782-790
  • Piikivi L, Hanninen H, Martelin T, et al. 1984. Psychological performance and long term exposure to mercury vapors. Scand J Work Environ Health 10:35-41.
  •  
  • *Piikivi L, Hanninen H. 1989. Subjective symptoms and psychological performance of chlor-alkali  workers. Scand J Work Environ Health 15(1):69-74.
  •  
  •  Piikivi, L., Tolonen, U. (1989): EEG findings in chlor-alkali workers subjected to low long term exposure to mercury vapour. Br J Ind Med 46:30-35

  • Roels HA, Lauwerys R, Buchet JP, et al. 1982. Comparison of renal function and psychomotor performance in workers exposed. Int Arch Occup Environ Health 50:77-93
  • Yang Y-J, Huang C-C, Shih T-S, et al. 1994. Chronic elemental mercury intoxication:clinical and field studies in lampsocket manufactures. Occup Environ Med 51(4):267-270.

 

 

In a cross-sectional study design, Levine and coworkers (92) evaluated peripheral nerve conduction tests on 18 workers at a chloralkali plant. Normal values were obtained from individuals aged 21 to 50 who were in good health with no known neurological deficit. Ulnar motor nerve normal values were obtained from 138 subjects and ulnar sensor nerve normal values from 82. The 18 subjects volunteering for the study were asymptomatic, and results of routine physicals conducted by the industrial physician at the time of the study were normal. Integrated mercury exposure was evaluated by averaging urine mercury concentration for the exposed subjects from the results of monthly urine tests from the previous 3 years. The mercury exposure indices covered from 3 to 36 months. Sensory distal latency correlated significantly with more than half of the urine mercury exposure indices used. Motor distal latency also showed significant correlation with mercury indices. These manifestations of toxicity were not apparent through standard physical examinations. .  In workers from a chloralkali plant (Levine et al. 1982). 

These workers also experienced weakness, paresthesias, and muscle cramps.

The Diagnosis was only confirmed using nerve conduction studies.

 

JUST WHEN DO THE UT-TYLER ATTENDINGS ADVOCATE

DIAGNOSIS/TREATMENT/REMOVAL FROM EXPOSURE?

 

1) BLINDNESS 2) CRIPPLED OR 3) CRAZY

This plant's mercury control program removes workers from exposure when their spot urine mercury concentration exceeds 500 µg/L. These investigators concluded that the results of their study did not differ substantially whether using as a measure of body mercury concentration the number of months that urine mercury concentration exceeded either 500 µg/L or 250 µg/L and that their results offered no support for a threshold effect in the peripheral nervous system. Thus the degree of peripheral nerve involvement may relate to mercury as quantified by time-weighted urine mercury concentrations. Although the sample size in this study was small, the study was apparently well conducted and the findings correlate with measurable subclinical effects at urine mercury levels below the threshold for clinical effect of exposure to elemental mercury.

 

This is one of the references from The USPHS 1993 review of the safety of Dental amalgams.  It is also described in the Textbook reference at UT-Tyler Public Health Library Metals and Metalloids P.90 Levine (1982)It is also referred to by Jonathan Rutchik M.D. the e-medicine reference that was sent to UT-Tyler ID/Toxicology with 2 counts of e-mail harassment (court date 7/9/04) and to Tyler PD/Fire/Andrews Center-Mental health clinic and of course I am slapping the shit out you grossly incompetent pieces of shit with the same e-mail sent to Paul Volberding M.D. (UCSF) John Wiener M.D. & Ing K. Ho PhD. (U. of Miss Med. Center)  and of course the media (NBC, CBS, FOX, ESPN, NY Times, Dallas Morning News, Jackson, MS ABC, NBC, CBS local affiliates and the rest can either hear or log on to the The Blue Line Web site. That this is the 95% confidence interval (2 STD), that is the studies have already been done.  These scientific and reproducible studies are how the STANDARD OF CARE WAS ESTABLISHED. No Industrial Hygienist or trained Medical Toxicologist would ever wait on a Blue Line to show up, as this is long term, low dose exposure. Just like dental fillings. See USPHS 1993 Dental Amalgam: A Scientific Review:-1993 publication (see below).

Jonathan Rutchik M.D. the e-medicine reference that was sent to UT-Tyler ID/Toxicology

 

   When asked to produce their 95% confidence interval (+/- 2 STD) of a Blue line occurring in either persons with dental fillings or in modern presentations of occupational metallic Hg (vapor) poisoning. They Never Did. This presentation is rare by descriptions in their own limited Metals and Metalloids p.89 Levine [1982] (6-8 Texts) medical library resources. In fact, in these studies of poisoned Chloralkali, Thermometer workers and Dentists with large sample sizes (dentists n=238 [Shapiro 1987]) (Chloralkali workers n=138; Levine [1982]) (Thermometer workers n=17) A Blue Line was never seen on gums.

Of course the UT-Tyler Attendings can try to get a publication In the Journal of Toxicology

As to how the Blue Line on Gums can be used to track long-term, low-dose

Effects of Exposure to HG vapor,

However no peer reviewed Toxicology Journal would let you Publish,

Because, I almost forgot The Studies have already been done.

Did you not know the law OSHA Ceiling = (100 ppm)?

Or

This USPHS 1993 Dental Amalgam: A Scientific Review:

Is that what they meant by got?

A small child can see that you don’t have (ain’t got) a lick

Of sense.

Ongoing Studies of Long-Term Low Dose Exposure to

Hg Vapor

 

Investigator

Affiliation

Research Description

Sponsor

Echeverria, D

Battelle Centers, Public Health and Evaluation, Seattle, WA

Neurologic Effects of  Metallic Mercury Exposure In Dental Personnel Link

National Institute Of Dental Research

Crawford, S.

New England Research Institute

 

Health Effects of Dental Amalgam in Children

http://www.neri.org/html/research/clinical/cat.asp

 Children's Amalgam Trial - CAT  Funding: National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research

Safety will be measured in two ways Cognitive function (IQ) is the primary outcome, given the hypothesis that mercury vapor, released from amalgam may affect neuropsychological development in children. CAT-CHILDREN'S AMALGAM TRIAL PRESENTATION (David Bellinger PhD- Harvard University (Children's Hospital, Harvard Medical School and Dr. David Daniel (University of Maine, Farmington) are providing leadership in these measurements. Kidney (renal) function, the other important system likely to be adversely affected by mercury, is being measured in the laboratories of Dr. Tom Clarkson (U. Rochester, NY)    and Dr. Lars Barregard (U. Goteborg, Sweden)

Originally funded by the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research in 1996, this trial has been funded for another 5 years in order to complete the planned 5 years of dental treatment and follow-up measurement originally planned. A sister trial "Casa Pia", is also funded by the same Institute, to complete similar treatment and measurement on children in Portugal

The target organs of mercury exposure are renal and neurological. Baseline and annual repeated measures are taken on all subjects for renal function, nerve conduction velocity and a large battery of neurobehavioral tests. Follow-up is planned for a period of 7 years

 

National Institute Of Dental Research

DeRuen, T.

University of  Washington, Seattle, WA

The Casa Pia Study [ Portugal ] of Dental Amalgam in Children (See Above)

National Institute Of Dental Research

Factor-Litvak, P

Columbia University, New York, New York

Dental Amalgams and Neuropsychological Function

National Institute Of Dental Research

 

FDA and other organizations of the U.S. Public Health Service (USPHS) continue to investigate the safety of amalgams used in dental restorations (fillings). However, no valid scientific evidence has shown that amalgams cause harm to patients with dental restorations, except in the rare case of allergy.

Translation: There are no published reports of a blue line on gums from either occupational exposure below 100 ug Hg/m3

or

Dental Fillings

This is what is wrong with it!

There are no applications of the dose response curve of Hg Vapor to this approach.

Like any drug or just like food, Hg vapor has a dose response curve just like Bayer Aspirin.

You are pathetic failures in Pharmacology! 

 

The toxicity of mercury and its compounds, recognized since antiquity and widely acknowledged in industry, has recently been reviewed (7-12). Signs and symptoms associated with mercury intoxication from elemental mercury include tremor, ataxia, personality change, loss of memory, insomnia, fatigue, depression, headaches, irritability, slowed nerve conduction, weight loss, appetite loss, psychological distress, and gingivitis (7,913). Most of these signs and symptoms have been associated with persons with long-term occupational exposure to air concentrations of mercury greater than 50 µg/m3 whose urinary mercury concentrations are greater than 100 ug/L. Clinically significant effects (erethism, intention tremor, gingivitis) have not been reported below air concentrations of 100 µg Hg/m. Most effects observed in persons exposed to mercury in air concentrations below 100 ug Hg/m3 are preclinical e.g., slowed nerve conduction, short term memory loss, special instrumental tests for tremor. No clinical findings on kidney function decrement have been found in persons exposed to air mercury concentrations below 100 mg Hg/m3 . In comparison the range of mercury in urine for persons with no clearly identifiable occupational source of mercury exposure is up to 20 ug/L.

References (7-12) Reviews

7. World Health Organization (WHO) (1991): Environmental Health Criteria 118, Inorganic Mercury. World Health Organization, Geneva

8. World Health Organization (WHO) (1990): Environmental Health Criteria 101, Methylmercury. World Health Organization, Geneva.

9. Berlin, M. (1986): Mercury. In: Friberg, L., Nordberg, G.F., and Vouk, V., editors. Handbook on the Toxicology of Metals .2nd Edition. New York Elsevier Science Publishers

10. Clarkson, T.W., (PDF) Hursch, J.B., Sager, P.R., Syversen, TL.M. (1988): Mercury. In: Clarkson, T.W., Friberg, L., Nordberg, G.F., and Sager, P.R., editors. Biological Monitoring of Toxic Metals. New York Plenum Press, pp. 199-246, .

11. Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) (1989): Toxicological profile for mercury, U.S. Public Health Service, ATSDR/TP-98/16.

12. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) (1984): Mercury health effects update—health issue assessment. Washington, DC: Office of Health and Environment, EPA. EPA 600/8-84-019F

 

Speaking of Johanthan Rutchik M.D. [This Blue] e-medicine article online reference and the subclinical onset of chronic metallic mercury poisoning as also described in the Textbook reference at UT-Tyler Public Health Library [The Clinical Basis of Medical Toxicology p. 1328 with several references (20, 28, 50) from their own Public health Library.

"In addition to mercury assays, neuropsychiatric testing, nerve conduction studies and urine assays for N-acetyl B-D-glucosaminidase and beta-2-microglobulin are advocated for early detection of subclinical inorganic and organic mercury intoxication. (20, 28, 50)"

This Evidence cannot be scientifically refuted by any trained PhD. or M.D. in Medical Toxicology.

 

    • Ing K Ho PhD Is a medical PhD Toxicologist/Pharmacologist at the U. Of Miss. Med Center. He is the dept. head and the medical pharmacology textbook that is used there is Basic and Clinical Pharmacology- a review by Bernie Katzung M.D. of UCSF School of Medicine. He, Bernie Katzung M.D., was the lead professor of my medical pharmacology class where I received honors (Only the top 8% can get honors there are 141 medical students in each class) in medical pharmacology against the #1 ranked MCAT scones and GPA's of any US medical school even while down 1.5 std or 22 IQ pts. this is the biggest hattrick in the History of any US Medical School and will never be seen again. This textbook is also found in the deep south of Tyler., TX in the Barnes and Nobles Bookstore where along with Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine- p.2590 Toxicology section by Howard Hu , " Others such as lead and mercury are xenobiotic and theoretically are capable of exerting toxic effects at any level of exposure. [THIS IS THE HEAVY METAL PARADIGM-THERE IS NO SAFE LOWER LIMIT FOR LEAD AND MERCURY ESPECIALLY AT THE DOSES FOUND IN BOTH IN OCCUPATIONAL ENVIRONMENTS AND FROM DENTAL FILLINGS] Indeed, much research is currently focused on the contribution of  low-level xenobiotic metal exposure to chronic diseases and subtle changes in health that may have significant Public health consequences" "Mercury vapor is used in the production of Fluorescent lamps"  There is a phone call in March 97' from The AT&T long distance building in downtown Norfolk, VA to UCSF/SFGH Toxicology dept. Where I asked about the Effects of any possible mercury in the broken Fluorescent  lamps that I was asked to replace. I asked for Charles Becker M.D. and was told that He was no longer at UCSF he was now an Attending at U. of Colorado School of Medicine. Then I asked for Ken Olson M.D. He( Ken Olson M.D.) explained that the mercury was mostly in the ends and sealed EXCEPT FOR THE HG VAPOR RELEASED DURING OPERATION and that the white powder (Called the Phosphor) was of low risk. I thanked him and that was it.  (USPHS 1993 Dental Amalgam: A Scientific Review :see statement below and The Clinical Basis of  Medical Toxicology p.1328 see above) one of the references that is cited by Hu is Clarkson also cited in Casarett and Doul's Toxicology-2001 ed. Located at UT-Tyler Public Health Library, no less. These two medical textbooks (Harrison's/Basic and Clinical Pharmacology) both state "Low-level exposure from dental amalgams and or possible allergic reactions or no known toxic effects" (This is the mainstream position of course). The UT-Tyler Attendings don't want Joanna and Lizzy (White fem ferts well-to-do at the peak of fertility 18-21yrs. whom have a copy of the detailed brochure from the Jackson Mental Health Clinic- J. Nowlin describing the 140 IQ and the MCAT/ACT scores and a CD-R which describes the pedigree (also a Photocopy) and the accusation of sexual orientation and Hg Tox including the Casarett and Doul's- Toxicology 2001 ed Found in the UT-Tyler Public Health Library "Low compared to known toxic doses, The positive correlation of the Hg levels with the number of dental fillings in the urine of persons with dental fillings (avg. no 8 fillings) after the administration of Heavy Metal Chelators- Aphosian-1992 also Clarkson-1988, Langworth-1988 and Richardson.-1995 They never found the appearance of a Blue line on Gums either from dental fillings. in the Starbuck's coffee section of Barnes and Nobles to show this to the Tyler Public.

 Dental Amalgam:
A Scientific Review and Recommended Public Health Service Strategy for Research, Education and Regulation

Final Report of the Subcommittee on Risk Management of
the Committee to Coordinate Environmental Health and Related Programs

Public Health Service

January 1993

HHS logo

Department of Health and Human Services
Public Health Service

 

Table of Contents

 

  

Consumer Update: Dental Amalgams

FDA and other organizations of the U.S. Public Health Service (USPHS) continue to investigate the safety of amalgams used in dental restorations (fillings). However, no valid scientific evidence has shown that amalgams cause harm to patients with dental restorations, except in the rare case of allergy.

In January 1993, (See above) the USPHS published a broad scientific report about the safety and use of dental amalgam and other materials commonly used to fill dental cavities. USPHS reaffirmed these conclusions in 1995 and 1997. Since then, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have continued to study the issue. The National Institute of Dental & Craniofacial Research at NIH has also provided money to study the safety of dental amalgams and to develop non-mercury alternatives. This effort includes research and clinical studies of dental amalgam use in children. (CAT Trial & Casa Pia- Portugal) These studies are ongoing and will require several years of follow-up in order to detect any subtle and long-range health effects. See link CAT-CHILDREN'S AMALGAM TRIAL PRESENTATION

 

Early detection of subclinical inorganic and organic mercury intoxication

This is the USPHS own (Peer reviewed) Position

Statement on Dental Fillings!

Evaluation of Risks Associated With Mercury Vapor from Dental Amalgam

    • Mercury is a toxic substance. For high exposures, observed mostly in occupational settings, the severity of response correlates with the duration and intensity of the exposure. The relationship between the severity of response and the duration of exposure has, however, not been quantified at levels of exposure associated with dental amalgam restorations. In addition, subtle signs and symptoms of chronic mercury intoxication may not be found through routine physical examinations. The subtle changes previously described require special tests not commonly used in routine examinations—that is, nerve conduction studies, measurement of alterations in EEG, and measures of psychomotor functioning.

       

 

Your Gimp Asses Would Kill them waiting on a Blue Line to show up.

UT-Tyler Attendings in Toxicology.

Orange Peels for Brains!

 

The Vast Majority of Persons in Africa are African, the Vast Majority

Of Persons in China are Chinese.

However, the Vast majority of Persons in the world that are Exposed

To Hg Vapor are Exposed Thru their Dental Fillings. (Millions)

Yet Zero of them have a Blue Line on Gums! Inc.

Reganda Russell, WHOM Has Dr. Hand’s own Dental Fillings.

This fact is so obvious, GIMP UT-Tyler Attendings in Toxicology that it is Surreal.

You Truly are the Fuck-Ups, Big Goofs and Rudy Poots of The

Entire Country-Country Bumpkins.

Incompetent, Bumbling, Inept, UT Tyler Toxicology Attendings, Big Goofs, Big Fuck-Ups, Rudy Poots and Country Bumpkins whose approach to the detailed literature of HG poisoning is Causal ,Shallow, Lackadaisical, Lassie-Faire, Misapplied as an Apple is to an Orange, Non- Committal ,Half-Ass, Not Tolerated , grossly medically incompetent and gets a grade of "F"

 

Small Children can see that you don’t have (AIN’T GOT) a lick of sense.

Is that what they meant by "got"?

Jackie Carter, who was a 37y.o. Nurse’s Aide in Tyler, TX at the time we dated in 2001, obtained a bootleg copy [She stole it] of the J. Nowlin (Jackson Mental Health Clinic -4 grade 9 yrs. old/ 140 IQ) Evaluation. Even though she already had Two sons, she still for the Next Two Months stated that she wanted to have my baby, she was so impressed. She also sees the baking soda being used to brush my teeth with {The Instinctive Reactions to Illness} and she describes the speech as slurring after I deliberately demonstrate the S&S of HG TOX worsening. Jackie Carter knows that I am the Lick! You got No Soul, because she licked the Tootsie Roll (Fellatio-Oral sex), Didn’t Master–P (White Slave Master, We Produce Champions-see Pedigree Effect) tell you "Baby Shake What you Got In Them Jeans"

Is that what they meant by "got"?

 

  • Worse, a significant smidge of them have Dental fillings. Maybe Roy Thompson an African-American 1st year Dental student now in private practice in La Brea, CA , yes he is a Rotten Odor In Denmark, whom was told "THAT SHIT IS A GODDAMN FUCKING LIE, THAT SHIT IS DANGEROUS" You meant the UT-Tyler Attendings in Toxicology, this SHIT or did you meant the ones in ID, this shit or did you mean the Mother (Princella Ransom) NO BACK UP PLAN, THIS SHIT OR REGANDA RUSSELL WHO INVENTED THE ILLNESS AND DESPITE HER MEDICAL SOPHISTICATION , NO BACK UP PLAN EITHER ORANGE PEELS FOR BRAINS (This is why they air sample AIR HEADED BIMBO-HO BRAINED UT-Tyler Toxicology Attendings to decrease the AREA UNDER THE CURVE IN OCCUPATIONAL ENVIRONMENTS. WE/I decrease the access time to MS Excel (Academic Excellence/See the enclosed MCAT Scores below) didn’t you notice that Integral Calculus-Calc II is the mathematics that are used in Modern day Analytical Laboratory Instrumentation and in MS Excel to Calculate the area under the curve. See the enclosed Bar and Wedge Charts generated in MS Excel. This is not the same dose that causes a Blue Line. Didn’t Louis Pasteur, The Total Package and the greatest scientific mind ever in the Field of Microbiology tell you that Imagination should be checked by THE factual RESULTS OF THE EXPERIMENT. NO NOBEL PRIZE FOR YOU. (NOT IN PEACE, MEDICINE OR PSYCHOLOGY).can find a blue line on gums on someone with dental fillings or that African-American dentist in Oakland, CA whom was consulted about the remove of the dental fillings who was asked by me "How long will it take for the signs and symptoms of Hg poisoning to get better if the dental fillings were removed?"

  • Cause and Effects Hundreds of case reports since they were invented in the mid 1800’s.

Need MS SQL Server Software to help you with the time associations and the offending agent(s)?

This Myth is so strongly held that it has become a

Defect in Reality Testing!

 This is the best High-Tech Surveillance that money can buy. Even with all this, with the Dx being practically thrown into the laps of the UT-Tyler Attendings, they are so gimp that they

  1. Cannot hit shit in the dark with a flashlight.
  2. Can't coach their way out of a corner surrounded by cats with trained Doberman Pinschers.

You meant they cannot coach their way out of a corner surrounded by cats with trained Border Collies. This is the world's premier sheepherding dog breed. The most intelligent dog breed in the entire world.

  • There are so many reoccurrences of this HG Tox in High-Tech Surveillance that it would take a server running Microsoft SQL SERVER SOFTWARE in concert with MS Access Database software and MS Excel Spreadsheet software in overtime mode to document and track every occurrence (date and time; signs and symptoms; their order of presentation; duration and intensity).
  • We/I increase the MS Access to Academic Scholarships (5 of 6;mild dyslexia did not get one-Tony Jr. 140 IQ Chief Petty Officer US Navy) 
  • We/I decrease the time to MS Excel  (Academic excellence)

We/I increase the bandwidth and the memory on a chip of that new DDR memory.

You meant Athletic-Academic Double-Double.

  1. They should not be allowed within 100 mi of any patient with repeated bouts of exposures to any Neurotoxins esp. long-term and low-dose (There are dozens of them) which are not readily detectable by Physical Examination / blood and/or urine testing.  This means the Toxicology ward at SFGH/UCSF.
  2. They should not be allowed within 100 mi of the AIDS Ward at SFGH/UCSF as they are grossly incompetent medical loose cannons that never looked for infectious Dx in the first place.
  3. They should not be allowed within 100 mi. of any patient with CNS illness that is both preventable and progressive. They are medically irresponsible loose cannons with NO OG-BACK UP PLAN OTHER THAN YOU KNOW YOUR OWN BODY. This responsibility that they hold in my CNS is awesome, yet they wield this responsibility like a small child and so does Reganda Russell, Tony Russell Sr. and esp. PRINCELLA RANSOM RUSSELL DAVIS and Tyler PD/Fire/Smith Co.. WHEN THEY ARE TOLD REPEATEDLY TO GET ONE, THEY JUST MAKE EXCUSE AFTER EXCUSE. WHEN LAW ENFORCEMENT IS TOLD IN HIGH-TECH SURVEILLANCE REPEATEDLY TO GET THE FAMILY AND UT-TYLER ATTENDINGS TO GET A OG-BACK-UP PLAN, THEY JUST SUCK THE BOTHA’S DICK SO BADLY ("You don’t need to make the sacrifice, you don’t need to become a near impo, I wouldn’t have done that stupid shit myself; You are at the knee in the curve; No good solution")- In other words, the white announcers know the Dx to be open and shut Hg Tox, they know that the illness is both progressive and predictable.) THAT THEY WOULD KILL BOTH THEMSELVES AND ME IN THE PROCESS! THEN THEY JUST START SOUNDING SIRENS ; They were also told to find the ACTUAL manufacturer of the dental fillings, {Viadent or Dentsply etc.} because this is the real liable party, not just the ADA. THEY WERE ALSO TOLD TO GET THE DAD, TONY RUSSELL SR. TO TURN OVER THE DETAILED LIFE HISTORY AND TO GET THE FAMILY TO BE LESS HOMOPHOBIC, INSTEAD THE FLAGRANT FOUL RACIST WHITE ANNOUNCERS THEMSELVES CONSTANTLY SLUR SEXUAL ORIENTATION AND ETHNICITY. Then they constantly state, "You know NO WHITE GIRLS, You know you NO WHITE,  No Temp defer." In others words , they have lost their heads over a piece of WHITE GIRLTail and IT IS "TOO MUCH TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE" Denise Williams and Johnnie Mathis, The Top 40 Hit (You meant the 140 IQ) THEY ALSO LACK MATURITY,  SELF-CONTROL,  ARE IRRESPONSIBLE LOOSE CANNONS THEMSELVES AND SHOULD HAVE BEEN FIRED A LONG TIME AGO. ALSO TYLER FIRE/MED. Smith County Texas DA's Office THEY ARE SO GUNG-HO IN HATING/ downgrading NIGS ESP. THOSE THAT ARE BETTER THAN THEY ARE! NO ONE IS WORRIED ABOUT JUSTICE OR A OG PLAN OR THE OBJECTIVE CASE EITHER, Including some GIMP, SURREALLY INCOMPETENT, PRIDEFUL, IRRESPONSIBLE AND IMMATURE PIECE OF SHIT UT-TYLER ATTENDINGS! See Identifying Koch's Postulates Disease Agents  All this energy is being wasted on the Botha’s dick when there was NO OPENING BID IN THE FIRST PLACE-Tim Summers M.D. (Bisexual) and his son in the Jackson, MS Police Dept. (JPD), Zack Summers. Zack Summers does not slur his father's sexual orientation, ethnicity or tamper with his internet connection or his computer, sound sirens or fly helicopters over him or give him any diss-drums at all. In fact he doesn't interfere in his dad's life at all. This is why they should be fired. It is GROSS Homophobia (By the Family) to open up one someone in this fashion. What they should be doing is arresting Ross Tanner M.D., Tony Russell Sr., Sandra Brown and Princella Ransom for Conspiracy Criminal Felony Malpractice (No Statute of Limitations),

     Having Smith County DA Jack Skeen Jr. /Tyler PD pay me ~$7,000,000 for false imprisonment 9 mos. Felony Stalking / False Arrest/ Malicious Prosecution w/ NO PROBABLE CAUSE / and NO apology ACCEPTED  for the incident.

    Critics say Smith County's justice system is tainted and inequitable. Within the past two years, two men have been released from prison on overturned convictions here. Defense attorneys have complained of suppressed evidence, witnesses coerced to give false testimony and cases influenced by the prominence of the victim. In at least one case, a businessman (Mike Smith Ad Company Owner) was kept under indictment for theft for four years before winning a civil lawsuit to clear his name.

    At 53, Jack Skeen, a former Tyler city attorney, municipal judge and assistant district attorney, is nearing the end of his second decade as Smith County district attorney. He is a fifth-term incumbent who has never faced an opponent.

    It's simply a pattern of lying, cheating and violations of the law by Smith County prosecutors that wouldn't be tolerated in Harris or Dallas County or any of the other, larger offices in the state," said Nugent. "Dishonesty is encouraged when it helps win convictions."

    It's a pattern some say has existed in Smith County for decades,
    a pattern fostered by nepotism and a "good old boy" system in a town that has outgrown it.

    And using their legal staff(s) in Judge Kerry Russell’s courtroom, Public Defender Kurt Noell and The Smith Co. District Attorney’s office to help prepare a legal SLAM-DUNK case against the Rotten Odor In Denmark. (No Statute Of Limitations here, either) They could just forward this case over to Patrick Frascogna or Ren Wilkes or Lisa Ross in Jackson, MS. as the dental fillings were installed in Miss. And there are no $250,000 pain and suffering caps in Miss. yet. (They participated in an  trial WITH NO PROBABLE CAUSE MISSING TWO ENVELOPES WHICH THE Manger of Kinder Care Tina Beard Admitted on Court Transcripts " I thought That I had Put Them In Storage but I couldn't Find Them  in Judge Kerry Russell’s courtroom, all this time, energy and effort could have been used to make an Slam-Dunk Victory against The ROTTEN ODOR IN DENMARK, I no tease, slight embel)   In the CNS it’s like the JFK Head Shot, there are NO SECOND CHANCES IN THE CNS. The signs and symptoms can be demonstrated in less than 72 hrs. (3 Days) Vinegar over Collard Greens in the Fall of 2000 [Charles Becker M.D.-connection] in announced high-teach surveillance, you meant this green didn't you or that Imaginary Pink Elephant?  or is it that Mythological Unicorn Dr Koch?

  They are Big Goofs, Fuck-Ups and Rudy Poots and Country Bumpkins and should be defrocked and relived of their white coats and their General's Braids as your High-Command in ID and Toxicology.

They are running around loose in my CNS like Neurosurgeons, Ben Carson M.D. and Charlie Wilson M.D., on Crack Cocaine!

MS EXCEL TABLES

 

MCATS

Harvard

Gerald

Wash U.

Stanford

John Hop.

Baylor

Duke

U. of Mich.

GPA

3.80

3.78

3.82

3.76

3.83

3.80

3.69

3.76

BIO

11.80

13.00

12.50

11.10

11.80

11.40

11.90

11.10

PHYS

11.70

14.00

12.30

11.20

11.70

11.40

11.70

11.20

VERBAL

10.50

11

11

10.1

10.5

10.2

10.8

10.1

The 4 Grand Slams

 

RANK

Grand Slam

Medical School

1st

Wimbledon

UC San Francisco

2nd

US Open

Harvard

3rd

French Open

Stanford

4th

Australian Open

Johns Hopkins


It does not add up

To The rules of Mother Nature and the evidence and

It can be concluded that it is Indeed a Mythological Unicorn

And A

Imaginary Pink Elephant!

 

Pasteur's achievements seem wildly diverse at first glance, but a more in-depth look at the evolution of his career indicates that there is a logical order to his discoveries. He is revered for possessing the most important qualities of a scientist: the ability to survey all the known data and link the data for all possible hypotheses, the patience and drive to conduct experiments under strictly controlled conditions, and the brilliance to uncover the road to the solution from the results.

On the discipline of rigid and strict experimental tests he commented, "Imagination should give wings to our thoughts but we always need decisive experimental proof, and when the moment comes to draw conclusions and to interpret the gathered observations, imagination must be checked and documented by the factual results of the experiment."

These patients (AIDS Patients) could have several dozen different illnesses, a small minority are cancer, the rest are infectious; it is one infectious disease after another. You simply must look for and describe and define the signs and symptoms that indicate which infectious disease the patient has or you will never separate one infectious disease from another!

 

and You would never win the Nobel Prize in Peace, Medicine or Psychology. You are not in close contact either. You would not know how to treat any of the real patients on the real AIDS ward at SFGH/UCSF, you and the UT-Tyler Attendings are technically inept and you are all too homophobic to recognize that these patients are treated just like the ones on the Surgery rotation, OB-GYN and Pediatrics. If I get to anyone of you false imprisonment and Criminal felony malpractice, I will execute justice Inc. Tony Russell Sr.(ALSO OBSTRUCTION OF CIVIL JUSTICE-"I WILL NEVER TURN OVER THOSE DETAILED LIFE HISTORIES TO YOU" in direct obstruction of civil justice), Ross Tanner M.D. and Sandra Brown, You will never deter me. You and Prince Ella Ransom have no idea of How someone should be treated on the AIDS ward at SFGH. Instead of trying to help, you add more illness to a person whom is already ill. If this were the Cancer ward should we add more illness, the goal of medicine is to help and your gimp ass never spoke out did you Paul Volberding M.D. you are not !. It’s just a matter of time before I get to you all obstructing justice, and failing to test reality as if I’m trying to hide something!! Illness has 3 parts (Instinctive reactions, Signs and Symptoms, and Cause and effects)

Hint; If you ever saw me using baking soda instead of toothpaste, Miranda, then I know the DX to be open and shut Hg Tox whose only known source is dental fillings, test reality. Amoeba brain, the S&S can be demonstrated in 3 days, this will take me into medical disability. If I have to make this sacrifice to get clear of the accusation and to get to multimillion dollar medical negligence, I am going to take out any and all persons obstructing, falsely diagnosing, and violating the basic human rights of anyone gay, straight and bisexual; should I treat you this way? Should this be done to Tim Summers M.D., Madonna, Dennis Rodman, Vanessa Williams, Magic Johnson, Greg Louganis or Arthur Ashe? I spit upon you. Do you really believe in Mythological Unicorns and Pink Elephants?

This is the most objectively well documented case of Mercury Poisoning whose only known source is dental fillings in the History of the US and possibly the entire world, due to the detailed FBI-like life history gathered by law enforcement. This is the miracle that allows the Camel to go thru the eye of the needle, the multimillion dollar case of Medical negligence against the ADA. The Rotten Odor In Denmark

Gerald Russell         Hit Counter

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