Usually this is the result of converting copper sulfate stains (turquoise) to cupric oxide (grey-black) by oxidation from the shock (calcium hypochlorite) sitting directly on the copper stains. Avoid this by shocking with liquid chlorine or pre-dissolving the granular shock so it doesn't sit right on the plaster. Often the grey-black stains can be reconstituted to turquoise sulfate by letting alum (aluminum sulfate) sit on the same spot. This has to be done relatively soon, though, before calcification covers the stains with a layer of carbonate that the alum can't soak through...
A person can go swimming in a pool a few minutes after adding algae treatment and shock to the water. This is provided that a low dose was used. The manufacturers of the algae treatment recommend that a person waits 45 minutes to an hour to swim after adding a normal dose.
An electric shock will stop the heart, treatment for this is CPR.
Many, many things are not part of the treatment for shock. The question needs rephrasing.
about 6 hour after shock or sooner if you use a shock and swim
Hum, what kind of shock treatment would stain your pool. What color is the stain. Brown? Not the treatment. Iron in water - should run filter for 12 hrs after refilling or toping off the pool and adding a treatment or chlorine. Your plastered pool most likely was not painted unless you know this for a fact. Plastered pool are not painted unless you are trying to hide something. The staining can only be removed by the process of a light acid wash of the plaster. Treat your pool with a sequestering agent or stain out product once in a while to prevent this in the future. Follow label instructions. k
Adding a great amount of salt in a single step is a salt shock.
Yes, shock treatment (also known as electro-convulsive therapy) is legal and is still performed by psychiatrists.
Shock Treatment - Edgar Winter album - was created in 1974-05.
Various forms of treatment for shell shock have been tried. Psychotherapy and psychiatry are usually used nowadays. During and after World War I, electric shock treatment was sometimes used.
I have never heard of someone getting shock treatment to induce insanity but to reduce depression. one flew over the coco's nest with jack Nicholson & Louise fletcher was just a bit inaccurate in the things that shock treatment were done for.
Shell shock is mostly referred to as anxiety and post traumatic stress disorders. The treatment for this is regular psychiatry visits and possibly medication.
The prognosis of an individual patient in shock depends on the stage of shock when treatment was begun, the underlying condition causing shock, and the general medical state of the patient.
Ensure casualty is breathing.
there is not enough information to answer this question
over treatment of insulin
Electric shock will cause central nervous system failure which leads to respiratory and cardiac failure - hence the treatment will be CPR.
By Shock I guess you mean a packet of Chrlorine marketed as "Shock or "Shock Treatment" which is esentially just chlorine packaged at a higfher price. Any ususal powdered or liquied chlorine will do the same job except those that are Di chlor or tri chlor. No need to turn of the salt chlorinator at all.
Rephrase the question. What type of shock have you used? Is it a calcium based shock treatment? Supply more info.
Any time you like
STU stands for Shock Treatment Unit