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EDI

Electronic Data Interchange

A strictly structured form of business-to-business communication. Electronic data interchange involves the transfer of formal documents, such as orders, invoices, and even checks. Companies provide EDI services to more than 80,000 clients, but the system receives significant competition from various services offered over the Internet.
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Estimated daily intake and health risk of heavy metals by consumption of milk.
The estimated daily intake (EDI) of trace elements is shown in Table 2.
In the present study, all the estimated daily intakes of Cr, Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Pb, Cu, Zn, As, Se, Sr, Mo, Cd, Sb, and Tl were below the guideline values.
The estimated daily intake (EDI) of HM from fresh water fish was in the following manner: Fe, Zn, Pb, Cr, Ni, Co, Cd, and Zn, Fe, Pb, Cr, Co, Ni, Cd for C.
The estimated daily intake of iron from all studied Egyptian infant (7-12 months, brands 10-13 and brands 13 and 14) and follow-up formula (13-23 months, brands 16, 17, 19 and 19) were dramatically below the FAO/WHO level.
Estimated daily intakes were not calculated for the other PFCs because of a lack of detection for most of them.
where EDI is the estimated daily intake (milligrams per kilogram per day), C is the concentration in a specific medium (milligrams per liter or milligrams per kilogram), IR is the ingestion or intake rate (milligrams per day), EF is the exposure frequency (days per year), ED is the exposure duration (years), AF is the absorption factor (unitless), CF is the conversion factor ([10.
It says estimated daily intakes of these polyethylene glycols products are below previously allocated safety levels of 0-10 mg/kg body weight/day.
Roxlor International, Manasquan, NJ, manufacturers of Beflora and Beflora Plus conducted a review of literature and analytical tests on Beflora blends, a review of manufacturing methods and procedures employed in the manufacture of Beflora products and an analysis of estimated daily intakes (EDI) for certain present formula applications.
In a small proportion of breast-fed babies in Mexico City, the daily intakes of DDT still exceeded the level recommended by the World Health Organization, and the estimated daily intakes of DDT by infants in a region of Thailand was up to 20 times higher than the recommended ADI (25,26).

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