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Unexpected SOURCES OF HEAVY METALS
Aluminum Cadmium Lead Mercury Arsenic
Aluminum
dishes
Soda
Antacids (certain brands, see labels)
Antiperspirant
Aluminum cans
Drinking water
(aluminum
is used
as
bactericidal
facilities)
Milk and dairy products (from equipment)
Marinated products (see labels)
Drinking water
Soft water (from galvanized pipes)
Non-alcoholic
the drinks
Refined wheat flour
Canned condensed milk
Recycled
products
Oysters
Cigarette smoke tobacco products
Superphosphate
fertilizers
Dentures
Ceramic
glazed
products
Exhaust
gases (not so
much
thanks to
use
automobile
fuel not
containing
lead)
Paints,
containing lead
Drinking water from lead-containing water pipes
Vegetables from soil contaminated by lead
Bone flour
Meat
Pesticides containing arsenic and lead
Amalgamic
(silver)
fillings
Broken thermometers and barometers
Seeds of cereals treated with fungicide - methyl mercury
Predatory fish, some types of river fish
Mercury chloride
Cosmetic powder, talc, laxatives
Cosmetic
facilities
Latex and
liquefied
paints
Hemorrhoids Candles
Rat poison
Insecticides on fruits and vegetables
Drinking water, well water and sea water
Traffic fumes
Wine
Household cleaners
Colored chalk
Sewer
waste
Means for
protection
wood
Wallpaper paint and plaster


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Aluminum Cadmium Lead Mercury Arsenic
Sprays from a cold
Toothpaste
Ceramics (clay Al 203)
Amalgamic
(silver)
fillings
Cigarette filters, tobacco smoke
Traffic fumes
Pesticides
Color Supplements
Vanilla powder
Table salt, seasonings
Cosmetic
powder
American cheese
Some
medication
Wound healing sutures
Poison for rats
Paints
Electroplating
cover
Silver
polishing
Polyvinyl chloride products
Rubber mats
Nickel cadmium
batteries
Antikor rozionny materials
Skin Lightening Creams
Psoriasis ointment
Tattoos
Sewage sludge used as fertilizer
Lead-containing wine bottle caps
Canned Condensed Milk
Rainwater and snow
Ceramic
dishes
Painted glass products
The pencils
Toothpaste
Newsprint
Color Printed Materials
Cookware
Curtain hangers
Putty
Automotive
batteries
Ammo
Merkurokhrom,
merthiolate
Fabric softeners
Lucky for
outdoor
coverings
Air Conditioner Filters
Means for
protection
wood
Some
batteries
Fungicides for lawns and shrubs
Leather Tanning Products
Felt
Astringents




MEDICINES CAUSING DEFICIENCY DEFICIENCY
Medicine Deficiency
nutritious
substances
Potential health problems
ACE inhibitors Captopril (capoten, duraclone) Zinc Loss of smell and taste, reduced immunity, delayed wound healing
Beta blockers
Propranolol, metoprolol, atenolol, pindolol, acetulolol, betaxolol, bisoprolol, carteolol, carvedilol, esmolol, labetalol, nadolol, sotalol, timolol
Coenzyme Q10 Heart failure, high blood pressure, low energy
Vitamin B Asthma, cardiovascular diseases, convulsions, osteoporosis
Cardiac glycosides Digoxin (lanoxin) Magnesium Depression, dropsy, irritability, memory impairment, muscle weakness
Calcium Violation of the heart and blood vessels, osteoporosis
Diuretics Furozemid (Lasix)
Bumetanide (bumex) etacrynic acid (edecrin)
Magnesium Asthma, cardiovascular diseases, convulsions
Potassium Dropsy, fatigue, irregular heartbeat, muscle weakness
Vitamin B1 Depression, dropsy, irritability, memory impairment, muscle weakness
Vitamin B, Depression, increased risk of cardiovascular disease, sleep disorders
Zinc Loss of smell and taste, weakening of immunity, slow healing of wounds


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Medicine Deficiency
nutritious
substances
Potential health problems
Coenzyme Q10 Heart failure, high blood pressure, low energy
Beta carotene Vision problems, weakened immunity
Statins
Altowastatin, Serivastatin, Lovastatin, Fluvastatin, Pravastatin, Simavastatin
Calcium Thrombus formation, cell wall permeability, enzyme dysfunction, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, rickets
Folic acid Anemia, birth defects, brain dysplasia, elevated levels of homocysteine
Iron Baldness
Magnesium Increased risk of cardiovascular disease, heart attacks, high blood pressure, stroke
Vitamin A Vision problems
Vitamin B12 Anemia, loss of appetite, depression, dermatitis, fatigue, nausea, poor blood clotting
Cholestyramine Vitamin D Alopecia, muscle weakness, phosphorus retention in the kidneys, rheumatic pains
Vitamin E Cataract, dry skin, dry hair, mild bruising, eczema, poor wound healing
Vitamin K Bleeding, rickets and other disorders of skeletal development
Zinc Acne, anorexia, weakening of the immune system, depression, slow healing of wounds, frequent infections, deterioration of smell and taste



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Medicine Deficiency
nutritious
substances
Potential health problems
Colestipol Beta-carotene Folic acid Iron Vitamin A Vitamin B12 Vitamin D Vitamin E See above
Corticosteroids
Sulfasalazine
Folic acid Anemia, birth defects, cardiovascular diseases, brain dysplasia
Betamethasone, budesonide Calcium Cardiac / blood pressure disorders, caries, osteoporosis
Cortisone, dexamethasone Folic acid Anemia, birth defects, cardiovascular diseases, brain dysplasia
Flunisolid, frutikazone, hydrocortisone Magnesium Asthma, cardiovascular diseases, convulsions
Mometasone, methylprednisolone Potassium Dropsy, fatigue, irregular heartbeat, muscle weakness
Prednisone, Prednisone Selenium Weakening of immunity, reduction of antioxidant protection
Vitamin C Bruising, weakening of the immune system, delayed wound healing
Vitamin D Hearing impairment, muscle weakness, osteoporosis
Triamcinolone Zinc Deterioration of smell and taste, delayed wound healing
Folic acid Anemia, birth defects, cardiovascular diseases, brain dysplasia
Magnesium Asthma, cardiovascular diseases, convulsions, osteoporosis



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Medicine Deficiency
nutritious
substances
Potential health problems
Vitamin B2 Eyes, mucous membranes, nerves, skin problems
Vitamin B „ Depression, increased risk of cardiovascular disease, sleep disorders
Oral contraceptives Vitamin B12 Anemia, increased risk of cardiovascular disease, fatigue, weakness
Vitamin C Bruising, weakening of the immune system, delayed wound healing
Zinc Deterioration of smell and taste, weakening of immunity, delayed wound healing
Calcium Disorders of the heart / blood pressure, osteoporosis, caries
Folic acid Anemia, birth defects, cardiovascular diseases, brain dysplasia
H2-histamine blockers Iron Anemia, tingling of nails, fatigue, baldness, weakness
Axid, pepside, tagamet, tritek and zantak Vitamin B12 Anemia, increased risk of cardiovascular disease, fatigue, weakness
Vitamin D Hearing impairment, muscle weakness, osteoporosis
Zinc Deterioration of smell and taste, weakening of immunity, delayed wound healing



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Medicine Deficiency
nutritious
substances
Potential health problems
Broad-spectrum antibiotics
Penicillin, cephalospirin, fluorokinolone, macrolide, amino glucoside, sulfonamide
Lactobacilli, acidophilus, bifidobacteria, vitamins B, B2, B3, K, biosin, inositol The short-term effects of deficiency are minimal.
Calcium Disorders of the heart / blood pressure, osteoporosis, caries
Magnesium Asthma, cardiovascular diseases, convulsions, osteoporosis
Iron Anemia, tingling of nails, fatigue, baldness, weakness
Co-trimoxazole Lactobacilli, acidophilus, bifidobacteria, folic acid The short-term effects of deficiency are minimal.
Tetracyclines, sulfonamides Lactobacilli, acidophilus, bifidobacteria, vitamins B1, B3, B12, K, biotin, inositol The short-term effects of deficiency are minimal.
Neomycin Beta-carotene, vitamins A, B12 The short-term effects of deficiency are minimal.
Estrogen and hormone replacement drugs
Estrogen derivatives and
receptor modulators
estrogen
Magnesium Asthma, cardiovascular diseases, convulsions, osteoporosis
Vitamin B, Depression, increased risk of cardiovascular disease, sleep disorders
Zinc Deterioration of smell and taste, weakening of immunity, delayed wound healing




NUTRIENTS PROVIDING DETOXICATION
Function in the process of detoxification Used
nutritious
substances
Food
Phase 1 Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) Vitamin B3 (Niacin) Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) Vitamin B12 Folic Acid Glutathione Amino Acids Phospholipids Mushrooms, raw almonds, broccoli, spinach, organic chicken, asparagus, wild salmon, organic turkey, halibut, tuna, lentils, lima beans, avocado, greens, brown rice, green peas, chickpeas, lettuce, beetroot, Brussels sprouts , white cabbage, cauliflower, peaches, watermelon, cinnamon, cardamom, cumin, turmeric, onions, cranberries, kohlrabi, fennel, soybeans, adzuki beans, dill, tea, basil, thyme, cayenne pepper, beans, coriander, peppermint, chamomile, anise, flaxseeds.
Phase 2 Glycine
Taurine
Glutamine
Cysteine ​​and N-acetylcysteine ​​Methionine
Seaweed, sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds, almonds, sunflower seeds, cod, Greek fenugreek, mustard seeds, nuts, red pepper, garlic, oat and wheat sprouts, trout.
Protective nutrients - antioxidants and plant derivatives Coenzyme Q10 Tiol
Silymarin (milk thistle) Bioflavonoids Vitamin A (carotene) Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) Vitamin E (tocopherol)
Selenium
Copper
Zinc
Molybdenum
Manganese
Pycnogenol
Carnosol
Lamb, peanuts, whole grains, cruciferous vegetables, grapes, berries, sweet potatoes, yams, carrots, cod liver, California walnut, cantaloupe, watercress, goji berries, sweet peppers, garnet malpigia berries, cold pressed olive oil, all dark green leafy vegetables, raw Brazil nuts, organic beef, organic butter, raw cashews, raw sunflower seeds, raw hazelnuts, organic peanut butter, peas, raw pecans, ginger root, pineapple, grapes or grapes seeds, blueberries, ishnya, plum, rosemary.


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Function Used
during nutritious Food
detoxification substances
Antimicrobial Allicin
Products containing phenol
Garlic
Oregano oil
Coconut
substances (carvacrol, thymol)
Lauric acid




PRODUCTS FOR ELIMINATION DIET
YES
(include these foods in the diet)
NO
(exclude these foods from the diet)
Fruits: whole, no added sugar, frozen, diluted natural juices Fruits: oranges, orange juice, grapefruit, strawberries, grapes, bananas
Dairy products: rice, oatmeal and peanut milk (almond or coconut milk) Dairy products and eggs, cheese, cream, yogurt, butter, ice cream
Gluten-free cereals: brown rice, millet, quinoa, amaranth, buckwheat Groats: wheat, barley, spelled, couscous, oats
Animal squirrels: fish caught in the wild, lean lamb, duck, chicken, turkey Vegetable proteins: peas, beans, lentils Animal proteins: raw fish, pork, beef, veal, sausage, canned meat, hot dogs, crustaceans
Soy products (soy sauces, soy oil in processed foods, tofu, soy milk, soy yogurt)
Nuts and sunflower seeds: sesame, pumpkin, sunflower; hazelnut, pecan, almond, cashew, walnut Nuts and seeds: peanuts, peanut butter, pistachios
Vegetables: preferably fresh, raw, steamed or stewed, fried Vegetables: pureed vegetables, tomatoes, potatoes, eggplants, sweet peppers
Oils: extra virgin olive, linseed, sunflower, sesame, almond, pumpkin seed, walnut Oils: butter, margarine, processed oils (meaning vegetable fats), mayonnaise


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YES
(include these foods in the diet)
NO
(exclude these foods from the diet)
Drinks: filtered or distilled water, green tea, herbal teas, mineral water, mate Drinks: alcohol, coffee, caffeine drinks, carbonated drinks
Sweeteners: brown rice syrup, agave syrup Sweeteners: refined sugar, white or brown sugars, honey, maple syrup, high-fructose cereal syrups, evaporated sugar cane juice, chocolate
Seasoning: vinegar, all kinds of spices, sea salt, pepper, basil, cinnamon, cumin, dill, garlic, ginger, mustard, oregano, parsley, rosemary, turmeric, thyme Seasonings: ketchup, hot spices, chutney, soy sauce, barbecue sauce, teriyaki sauce, other similar seasonings




PRODUCTS INCREASING ACIDITY OR ALKALICITY
Acidity products Alkaline Enhancement Products
Alcohol The nuts Most ripe fruits
Bananas Pork Most vegetables
Beans Plum and prune Barley
(most species) Pic Buckwheat
Beef Carbonated drinks Brown rice
A hen Crustaceans Quinoa
Most croup Sugar Lima beans
Dairy Sweet potato Adzuki beans
Eggs Tomatoes (recycled) Soya beans
A fish Turkey Brazilian nut
Mutton Unripe Fruit Sprouted almonds
Honey
Millet



TYPICAL MENU FOR THE FIRST DAYS OF THE PROGRAM
Day 1 Day 3
Breakfast.
Green cocktail (p. 322), hot water with lemon or herbal tea.
Breakfast. Energy cocktail (p. 324).
Lunch. Light snack or herbal tea (optional). Lunch. Light snack or herbal tea (optional).
Dinner. Steam perch (p. 333). Dinner. Fried chicken with rice (p. 340) and any vegetable salad.
High tea Light snack or herbal tea (optional). High tea Light snack or herbal tea (optional).
Dinner. Chilled cucumber soup with mint (p. 325). Dinner. Energy cocktail (p. 324).
Drink plenty of pure water throughout the day. Drink plenty of pure water throughout the day.
Day 2 Day 4
Breakfast. Juice from carrots, beets and cabbage (p. 325), hot water with lemon or herbal tea. Breakfast. Light pineapple and avocado gazpacho (p. 326).
Lunch. Light snack or herbal tea (optional). Lunch. Light snack or herbal tea (optional).
Dinner. Chicken with fried vegetables and noodles (p. 341). Dinner. Steamed salmon and a mixture of steamed vegetables.
High tea Light snack or herbal tea (optional). High tea Light snack or herbal tea (optional).
Dinner. Juice of fennel (or celery) and apple (p. 331). Dinner. Green juice (p. 330).
Drink plenty of pure water throughout the day. Drink plenty of pure water throughout the day.



PROGRAM DIARY FOR 21 DAY bgcolor = white> Do not forget:
1st day 2nd day 3rd day
Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast
Dinner Dinner Dinner
Dinner Dinner Dinner
Supplements Supplements Supplements
Scheduled Scheduled Scheduled
Events Events Events
Checklist: Checklist: Checklist:
* 5 minute * 5 minute * 5 minute
meditation meditation meditation
* Exercises * Exercises * Exercises
* Skin cleaning * Skin cleaning * Skin cleaning
* Douche * Douche * Douche
Not forget: Not forget:



4th day 5th day 6th day
Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast
Dinner Dinner Dinner
Dinner Dinner Dinner
Supplements Supplements Supplements
Scheduled Scheduled Scheduled
Events Events Events
Checklist: Checklist: Checklist:
* 5 minute * 5 minute * 5 minute
meditation meditation meditation
* Exercises * Exercises * Exercises
* Skin cleaning * Skin cleaning * Skin cleaning
* Douche * Douche * Douche
Not forget: Not forget: Not forget:



7th day 8th day 9th day
Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast
Dinner Dinner Dinner
Dinner Dinner Dinner
Supplements Supplements Supplements
Scheduled
Events
Scheduled
Events
Scheduled
Events
Checklist: 5-minute meditation Checklist: 5-minute meditation Checklist: 5-minute meditation
* Exercises * Exercises * Exercises
* Skin cleaning * Skin cleaning * Skin cleaning
* Douche * Douche * Douche
Not forget: Not forget: Not forget:


10th day 11th day 12th day
Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast
Dinner Dinner Dinner
Dinner Dinner Dinner
Supplements Supplements Supplements
Scheduled
Events
Scheduled
Events
Scheduled
Events
Checklist: 5-minute meditation Checklist: 5-minute meditation Checklist: 5-minute meditation
* Exercises * Exercises * Exercises
* Skin cleaning * Skin cleaning * Skin cleaning
* Douche * Douche * Douche
Not forget: Not forget: Not forget:


13th day 14th day 15th day
Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast
Dinner Dinner Dinner
Dinner Dinner Dinner
Supplements Supplements Supplements
Scheduled
Events
Scheduled
Events
Scheduled
Events
Checklist: 5-minute meditation Checklist: 5-minute meditation Checklist: 5-minute meditation
* Exercises * Exercises * Exercises
* Skin cleaning * Skin cleaning * Skin cleaning
* Douche * Douche * Douche
Not forget: Not forget: Not forget:


16th day 17th day 18th day
Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast
Dinner Dinner Dinner
Dinner Dinner Dinner
Supplements Supplements Supplements
Scheduled
Events
Scheduled
Events
Scheduled
Events
Checklist: 5-minute meditation Checklist: 5-minute meditation Checklist: 5-minute meditation
* Exercises * Exercises * Exercises
* Skin cleaning * Skin cleaning * Skin cleaning
* Douche * Douche * Douche
Not forget: Not forget: Not forget:


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19th day 20th day 21st day
Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast
Dinner Dinner Dinner
Dinner Dinner Dinner
Supplements Supplements
Scheduled
Events
Scheduled
Events
Scheduled
Events
Checklist: 5-minute meditation Checklist: 5-minute meditation Checklist: 5-minute meditation
* Exercises * Exercises * Exercises
* Skin cleaning * Skin cleaning * Skin cleaning
* Douche * Douche * Douche
Not forget: Not forget: Not forget:



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  1. Applications
    APPENDIX 1 {foto17} APPENDIX 2 {foto18} APPENDIX 3 {foto19} APPENDIX 4 {foto20} {foto21} APPENDIX 5 {foto22} APPENDIX 6 {foto23} APPENDIX 7 {foto24} APPENDIX 8 {foto25} {foto26} APPENDIX 9 foto24 } APPENDIX 10 ADAPTABILITY 1. It happens that I am angry. 2. Usually in the morning I
  2. Appendix 2
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  3. Appendices 2 and 3
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  4. Application Design
    Applications (adatok) are numbered in large letters of the Ukrainian alphabet (and we write: adatok A, adatok B, etc.). When in the text you refer to the application, you do this in parentheses, for example: (div. Dod. A, page 54). The application necessarily bears the name: that is, we write “dodatok A”, and below it is what it is, for example: Dodatok A. The questionnaire is fixed for the link of the singers
  5. Appendix 3
    Evaluation scale of the quality of sunflower oil used as frying {foto37} Appendix 4 Evaluation scale of cooking fats used as frying {foto38} Appendix 5 The scheme of accounting for the use of deep fat
  6. Appendix 5
    Report on the results of psychological work in (name of the military unit) for 200 (period) 1) The report is addressed to the commander of the military unit and the head of the higher education authority. 2) The report is signed by the deputy commander of the military unit for educational work. 3) The report is submitted following the results of the winter period of study and for the academic year in
  7. APPLICATIONS
    Appendix 1 1. Student’s t-test boundary values ​​for confidence confidence values ​​of 0.95; 0.99; 0,999 {foto66} Appendix 2. 2. Transfer of ranks to the wall scale. {foto67} Appendix 3 4. Dependence of the proportion of eligible persons (%) in the selected group on the validity of the test, the relationship of selection and the difficulty of the profession. {foto68} {foto69} ANNEX 4 4. Psychological
  8. Appendix 5
    ON THE INTRODUCTION TO THE NOMENCLATURE OF MEDICAL AND PROVISOR SPECIALTIES "TRANSFUSIOLOGY" (Order of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation N 172 of May 29, 1997). Transfusion therapy is widely used in the treatment of various diseases and injuries, surgical interventions. The scientific and practical basis for transfusion therapy, the organization and activities of the blood service and transfusiological assistance in therapeutic and prophylactic
  9. Appendix 6
    Report on the results of the socio-psychological study of the recruitment replenishment spring (autumn) of 200 in (name of the military unit) 1) The report is addressed to the commander of the military unit and the head of the parent body of educational work. 2) The report is signed by the deputy commander of the military unit for educational work. 3) The report is submitted on the basis of the winter
  10. ATTACHMENT
    LABORATORY INDICATORS WITH CLINICAL VALUE Introductory comment Since the Internal Diseases guide is a textbook used in many countries of the world, preparing the Appendix, the authors took into account the fact that many laboratories use a system of international units. In this regard, if possible and necessary, the usual laboratory indicators
  11. Annex 1
    Norms of sanitary clothes, sanitary shoes and sanitary gear for workers of catering {foto23} Continuation of Annex 1
  12. Annexes to the relevant subsections of section 2.
    "The quantitative and qualitative composition of emissions of pollutants into the air from the main technological processes" Appendix 2.2.1. Dust formation during machining of wood [1, 6] {foto22} {foto23} {foto24} {foto25} {foto26} {foto27} {foto28} Appendix 2.2.2. The dispersed composition of the dust generated during the main machining processes
  13. APPLICATIONS
    Appendix 1 The list of infectious forms in which soldiers are subject to treatment in the isolation ward of the medical center of the Influenza and other acute respiratory diseases: mild and moderate forms, uncomplicated. Angina primary, follicular and lacunar forms, uncomplicated. Worm invasions. Patients with severe flu and tonsillitis, with complications and all others.
  14. Applications
    APPENDIX 1 Location of control points in steam sterilizers Capacity of the sterilizer chamber, (type of apparatus, cubic dm) Number of control points Location of control points Description Scheme up to 80 5. t. 1 - in the center of the chamber, t. 2, t. 3 - in the lower part of the chamber: to the right (t. 2) and to the left (t. 3) at the same distance from the door and rear wall, t. 4, t. 5 - in the lower part of the chamber: on the right (v. 4) and
  15. ANNEX ANTI-ARITHMIC DRUGS AND NORMAL VALUES OF THE INTERVAL Q = T
    Appendix 1 Classification of antiarrhythmic drugs (according to V. Williams, 1970) {foto244} Appendix 2 Effects of antiarrhythmic drugs (Sicilian Gambit, 1991) {foto245} Relative blocking ability: О - low, § - medium, • - high, - agonist, P - blocker in the activated state. Appendix 3 Modified Antiarrhythmic Classification
  16. APPENDIX B (reference)
    Fire and explosion safety of combustible dusts Extracts from GOST 12.1.041-83 * 2. Indicators of fire and explosion hazard of combustible dusts 2.1. Combustible dusts that are suspended in a gaseous environment are characterized by the following indicators of fire and explosion hazard: the lower concentration limit of flame propagation (ignition) (LEL); minimum ignition energy (Wmin); maximum
  17. application
    Table of answers to the questionnaire Appendix 2 Sample Forms 1. Form for sociometric research: 2. Form of the questionnaire: a. For contracted servicemen b. For military personnel
  18. APPLICATIONS
    All the applications below are a detailed version of the conclusions of the HRM analysis program "Cardiomonitor". In routine examinations, a short version of the conclusion is usually given. You can get an example of a diagnostic conclusion using the demo version of the program.
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