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C. Hennigs, M. Hustedt, S. Markstein, D. Wenzel, A. Hutter, M. Krings, M. Pacelli, "Protective clothing against laser radiation", Technical Textiles Magazine, March, 2013 (D 3339 F)

R. Paradiso, T. Faetti and S. Werner, "Wearable Monitoring Systems for Psychological and Physiological State Assessment in a Naturalistic Environment", 33rd Annual International Conference of the IEEE EMBS, Boston, Massachusetts USA, August 30 - September 3, 2011, 2250-2253

Paradise R. and M. Pacelli, "Textile electrodes and integrated smart textile for reliable Biomonitoring", 33rd Annual International Conference of the IEEE EMBS, Boston, Massachusetts USA, August 30 - September 3, 2011, 3274-3277

JA Gallego, R. Paradiso et al, "A soft Wearable Robot for Tremor Assessment and Suppression", 2011 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automations, Shanghai International Conference Center, May 9-13, 2011, Shanghai, China

Paradise R., Bianchi AM, Lau K. and Scilingo EP, "Phyche: Personalised Monitoring Systems for Care in Mental Health", 32nd Annual International Conference of the IEEE EMBS, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 31-Sepember 4, 2010 3602-3605

Paradise R. and Caldani L., "Electronic Textile Platforms for Monitoring in a Natural Environment", Research Journal of Textile and Apparel, 04-2010

Paradiso R, Taccini N., G. Lorimer, "Chapter 36: Textile Sensing and e-Textiles (Smart Textiles), " The Engineering Handbook of Smart Technology for Aging, Disability and Independence, Edited by A. Helal, M. Mokhtari and B. Abdulrazak, Copyright © 2008 John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 673-692, Published Online: 29 JAN 2008

Paradiso R, Bourdon L, Lorimer G, "Smart Sensing Uniforms for Emergency Operators", Advances in Science and Technology, Vol 60 (2008) pp. 101-110

Paradiso R and D De Rossi, "Advances in Textile Sensing and Actuation for E-Textile Applications, " Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, August 20-24, 2008 Vancouver, BC Canada, pp. 3629-3629

Taccini N, Lorimer G, Pacelli M and R Paradiso, "Wearable Monitoring System for Chronic Cardio-Respiratory Diseases", Proceedings of the30th Annual Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, August 20-24, 2008 Vancouver, BC Canada, pp. 3690-3693


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2008-06-11 13:21:26 by whistling_dixie

Finale'

On Monday, while under pressure from recent recalls of imported drugs and other products, the FDA formally requested $275 million from Congress to pay for more inspections.
In mid-May FDA Commissioner Andrew von Eschenbach wrote a letter to Sen. Specter suggesting an additional $275 million in the wake of a series of hearings on Capitol Hill over the FDA's handling of the crisis involving contaminated heparin, a blood thinner, from China. Mr. von Eschenbach's letter wasn't a formal request and only represented his professional judgment.
Sen. Specter said in Tuesday's letter that the FDA's recent request shows a lack of urgency on the agency's behalf

2008-02-03 10:03:06 by things_worse

However - stripping the FDA is going to make

Condition critical at the FDA
THE US Food and Drug Administration is supposed to guarantee the safety of one-fourth of all the goods American consumers buy with 1,311 fewer workers than it had 14 years ago. As a result, FDA staff now inspect US companies that make medical devices, such as heart pacemakers, just once every three years instead of two years, as required by its own rules. The situation is far worse when it comes to inspection of foreign makers of medical devices, prescription drugs, and food.
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In the past 14 years, its spending on the FDA, now at $2 billion, has declined by $400 million in inflation-adjusted dollars

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