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CRSVCorrosive
CRSVConflict-Related Sexual Violence
CRSVCarnation Ringspot Virus
CRSVCanonici Regolari della Congregazione di San Vittore (Italian: Regular Canons of the Congregation of Saint Victor; Christianity)
CRSVComputer Related System Validation (US FDA)
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The ingestion of corrosive substances has devastating effects on the upper gastrointestinal tract and present major problems in their management.
Corrosive intake is an important public health issue in developed countries and its incidence is still increasing in developing countries.
Earlier this year, the Offensive Weapons Bill was introduced, to create a new offence of possessing a corrosive substance in a public place.
Records for hospital admissions for attacks with corrosive substances are available for England and Wales as far back as 1999/2000, when there were 43.
The consultation document says it is not intended that "corrosive substance" will be defined in legislation as the offence "must be flexible enough to cover a range of possible situations: from someone possessing a corrosive substance in a public place that if used as a weapon can leave life-changing injuries; through to someone using a less harmful corrosive substance which if used as a weapon can still be very unpleasant to the victim but the effect is not lasting".
Anecdotally however, staff are seeing a rise in the number of ocular injuries resulting from attacks using corrosive agents.
Possession of acid or other corrosive substances with the intention to do harm can already be treated as possession of an offensive weapon, which carries a four-year maximum penalty, under the Prevention of Crime Act.
Possession of acid or other corrosive substances with the intention to do harm can already be treated as possession of an offensive weapon under the Prevention of Crime Act, which carries a four-year maximum penalty.
The corrosion threat profile is most often different than a profile created by existing industry-standard methods; it is much more realistic as it considers historical mitigation measures, and the associated benefits of avoiding the formation of corrosive regions along the pipeline length.
that are not subjected to vibration, flexing or corrosive environments may be examined annually by visual observation to check for damage in lieu of the annual resistance test." It also exempts circuits protected by certain GFIs as well as double insulated circuits and those with fail safe ground wire monitors.
Introduction: Drinking corrosive substances is a common occurrence of home accidents in childhood.