11. What is very important is vitamin D3, which is the only ‘vitamin’ the body can manufacture from sunlight (UVB). It is a neural hormone, not really a vitamin says Dr Blaylock and helps if you are over-reacting immunologically by cooling down the reaction. Similarly, if you are under-reacting, it helps to boost your immune response. In addition it also protects against microorganism invasion. Vitamin D3 cannot be synthesized by pets; their skin does not make the conversion. A short course of extra Vitamin D3 for pets is generally safe, but because it can be extremely toxic in overdose, use caution.
For additional guidance on the use of Preservation Conditions, consider seeking legal counsel or contact the ACHP. When a federal agency is considering use of a Preservation Condition, the relevant SHPO/THPO may also be a useful source of information on the preservation needs of the property at hand, and also various considerations relevant to the substantive terms of the draft Preservation Condition. The ACHP intends to supplement this guidance with case studies (Appendix II.) and regularly update this guidance as necessary. If you have any suggestions about this guidance, please contact the ACHP at preservationconditionguidance@ .
A variety of infectious agents may be transmitted by transfusion. Definitive evidence of transmission by transfusion requires demonstration of seroconversion or new infection in the recipient and isolation of an agent with genomic identity from both the recipient and the implicated donor. Strong presumptive evidence of transfusion transmission includes recipient seroconversion within an appropriate interval after transfusion, the recognition of appropriate infectious markers in an implicated donor on follow-up investigation, or both. Transfusion transmitted disease should be reported to the Australian Red Cross Blood Service.