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1. Built-In Car Seats

Built-In Car Seats Built-In Car Seats Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Built-In Car Seats Built-In Car Seats Aka: Built (...) -In Car Seats , Integrated Child Seat From Related Chapters II. Indication Over 1 year old and over 20 pounds III. Description Available on some GM, Ford, Chrysler and Volvo Typically uses 5 point harness Converts to booster in many cases IV. Precautions Most versions lack head support for sleeping child Some new cars will include reclining design Images: Related links to external sites (from Bing) These images are a random sampling from a Bing search on the term "Built-In Car Seats." Click

2018 FP Notebook

2. Built-In Car Seats

Built-In Car Seats Built-In Car Seats Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Built-In Car Seats Built-In Car Seats Aka: Built (...) -In Car Seats , Integrated Child Seat From Related Chapters II. Indication Over 1 year old and over 20 pounds III. Description Available on some GM, Ford, Chrysler and Volvo Typically uses 5 point harness Converts to booster in many cases IV. Precautions Most versions lack head support for sleeping child Some new cars will include reclining design Images: Related links to external sites (from Bing) These images are a random sampling from a Bing search on the term "Built-In Car Seats." Click

2015 FP Notebook

3. Automobile safety Full Text available with Trip Pro

in the U.S., the first mandatory federal safety standards for motor vehicles. Effective in 1966, US-market passenger cars were required to be equipped with padded instrument panels, front and rear outboard lap belts, and white reverse (backup) lamps. [ ] In 1966, the U.S. established the (DOT) with automobile safety as one of its purposes. The (NTSB) was created as an independent organization on April 1, 1967, but was reliant on the DOT for administration and funding. However, in 1975 the organization (...) to make cars safe for kids". USA Today : 6B. . Autoevolution.com. 2010-12-18 . Retrieved 2011-09-20 . Jensen, Christopher (5 May 2009). . New York Times . - Consumer Reports 2018-09-18 at the . www.just-auto.com . December 10, 2009. . SaferCar.gov . NHTSA. . Cosgrove, Jaclyn. . chicagotribune.com . . National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. 2016-01-29 . Retrieved 2016-01-29 . ^ Sivak, Michael (July 2008). "Is the U.S. on the Path to the Lowest Motor Vehicle Fatalities in Decades?". Umtri-2008

2012 Wikipedia

4. Concepts Series 11 - The built environment and health: an evidence review

poorly soundproofed homes. • Traffic measures which reduce speeds or divert traffic away from busy streets and spread the flow more evenly across built-up areas. • The availability of guidance from local authorities and housing providers on how to report noise complaints. 2.5 Traffic In 2010, 186 people were killed, 1,873 were seriously injured and 10,704 were slightly injured in road traffic accidents in Scotland 35 . As illustrated by Figure 4 35 , road traffic deaths in Scotland have fallen (...) steadily since the early 1970s. However, health inequalities continue to persist through disproportionately high levels of traffic accidents occurring in areas of socioeconomic disadvantage 36 . Despite a reduction in the number of road traffic accidents in the UK, child pedestrian injuries remain the leading cause of death in children aged five to 14 37 , and the majority of accidents occur in built-up places where low speed limits are in place 38 . One successful measure has been the introduction

2013 Glasgow Centre for Population Health

5. A user appraisal of the contribution of built environment factors to the independence and wellbeing of older people in two NSW regional town centres

pedestrian-friendly streets, with direct and safe connections between places of interest or demand (Frank, Kerr, Rosenberg, & King, 2010), safety from traffic and crime, and aesthetics (Weiss et al., 2010). While nationally and internationally, a range of measures of built environment quality exists, there are several distinct approaches to the study of environmental gerontology relevant to this work. There are approaches that examine perceptions of the person and environment as separate entities (...) pages b ation on the ncluding mo wnload con Sivaraman, Marga se, City Futures al of the contribu W regional town designed to sibilities of L dits by linkin s database apshot in tim h with a part database, co ession. Eve s involve ide ession, whic dit entries ca rating obje dards or che c seating, w placement o os of the se sign ng MySQL, a ides multi-u plication fram etween the e database d re detail on siderations aret Kay, Aolly L Research Centre ution of built en n centres o allow the LGAs

2013 Home Modification Information Clearinghouse

6. Robin Baddeley: Uber and our body—who is in the driving seat? And where are they going?

Robin Baddeley: Uber and our body—who is in the driving seat? And where are they going? Robin Baddeley: Uber and our body—who is in the driving seat? And where are they going? - The BMJ ---> The trading of our personal health data seems inevitable. But why? What if the market for this new economy lies not in real needs, but instead in the expedient conflation of true illness with the desire to monitor ourselves? Is there a risk that this confused appetite could detract from the real benefits (...) digital can bring to the care of the sick? Oscar Wilde once said “ few things in life are made better by an app. ” Maybe he didn’t. But I can imagine it’s the sort of dismissive, biting criticism he would waft at Telenti et al’s vision for the future of medical records and big data. Writing in the Lancet , the authors first lay open buried truths about electronic health records: they are built for business, not for people; the interface and usability is usually poor; information sharing between

2018 The BMJ Blog

7. Robin Baddeley: Uber and our body—who is in the driving seat? And where are they going?

Robin Baddeley: Uber and our body—who is in the driving seat? And where are they going? Robin Baddeley: Uber and our body—who is in the driving seat? And where are they going? - The BMJ ---> The trading of our personal health data seems inevitable. But why? What if the market for this new economy lies not in real needs, but instead in the expedient conflation of true illness with the desire to monitor ourselves? Is there a risk that this confused appetite could detract from the real benefits (...) digital can bring to the care of the sick? Oscar Wilde once said “ few things in life are made better by an app. ” Maybe he didn’t. But I can imagine it’s the sort of dismissive, biting criticism he would waft at Telenti et al’s vision for the future of medical records and big data. Writing in the Lancet , the authors first lay open buried truths about electronic health records: they are built for business, not for people; the interface and usability is usually poor; information sharing between

2018 The BMJ Blog

8. Seating Evaluation and Wheelchair Prescription (Diagnosis)

with children for ease of growth. The surface may be flat or have generic contours. A modification of this is the biangular back, which is built in two pieces. The lower section, which is often mounted at a 90º angle to the seat, goes up to the top of the pelvis to support a neutral pelvic tilt. The upper section is angled posteriorly to promote trunk extension. Molded backs, as with molded seats, accommodate significant orthopedic asymmetries and provide maximum pressure distribution, support (...) strollers can be used as a backup mobility system because they are lightweight and fold easily. Disadvantages of certain adaptive strollers are minimal seating options, a fixed posterior tilt, and less growth and frame adjustment than manual wheelchairs. Transport chairs are designed for short-distance transport of adults and children (eg, between the car and the waiting room), as the rear wheels are small and not designed for self-propulsion. Manual wheelchairs with recline and/or tilt-in-space options

2014 eMedicine.com

9. Seating Evaluation and Wheelchair Prescription (Overview)

with children for ease of growth. The surface may be flat or have generic contours. A modification of this is the biangular back, which is built in two pieces. The lower section, which is often mounted at a 90º angle to the seat, goes up to the top of the pelvis to support a neutral pelvic tilt. The upper section is angled posteriorly to promote trunk extension. Molded backs, as with molded seats, accommodate significant orthopedic asymmetries and provide maximum pressure distribution, support (...) strollers can be used as a backup mobility system because they are lightweight and fold easily. Disadvantages of certain adaptive strollers are minimal seating options, a fixed posterior tilt, and less growth and frame adjustment than manual wheelchairs. Transport chairs are designed for short-distance transport of adults and children (eg, between the car and the waiting room), as the rear wheels are small and not designed for self-propulsion. Manual wheelchairs with recline and/or tilt-in-space options

2014 eMedicine.com

10. Seating Evaluation and Wheelchair Prescription (Treatment)

with children for ease of growth. The surface may be flat or have generic contours. A modification of this is the biangular back, which is built in two pieces. The lower section, which is often mounted at a 90º angle to the seat, goes up to the top of the pelvis to support a neutral pelvic tilt. The upper section is angled posteriorly to promote trunk extension. Molded backs, as with molded seats, accommodate significant orthopedic asymmetries and provide maximum pressure distribution, support (...) strollers can be used as a backup mobility system because they are lightweight and fold easily. Disadvantages of certain adaptive strollers are minimal seating options, a fixed posterior tilt, and less growth and frame adjustment than manual wheelchairs. Transport chairs are designed for short-distance transport of adults and children (eg, between the car and the waiting room), as the rear wheels are small and not designed for self-propulsion. Manual wheelchairs with recline and/or tilt-in-space options

2014 eMedicine.com

11. Seating Evaluation and Wheelchair Prescription (Follow-up)

with children for ease of growth. The surface may be flat or have generic contours. A modification of this is the biangular back, which is built in two pieces. The lower section, which is often mounted at a 90º angle to the seat, goes up to the top of the pelvis to support a neutral pelvic tilt. The upper section is angled posteriorly to promote trunk extension. Molded backs, as with molded seats, accommodate significant orthopedic asymmetries and provide maximum pressure distribution, support (...) strollers can be used as a backup mobility system because they are lightweight and fold easily. Disadvantages of certain adaptive strollers are minimal seating options, a fixed posterior tilt, and less growth and frame adjustment than manual wheelchairs. Transport chairs are designed for short-distance transport of adults and children (eg, between the car and the waiting room), as the rear wheels are small and not designed for self-propulsion. Manual wheelchairs with recline and/or tilt-in-space options

2014 eMedicine.com

12. Physical activity and the environment

of transport (for example, by widening footways and introducing cycle lanes). For more detail on designing these routes, see the recommendations on walking and cycling in NICE's guideline on air pollution: outdoor air quality and health, and the Department for Transport's guidance on Shared use routes for pedestrians and cyclists. Restrict motor vehicle access (for example, by closing or narrowing roads to reduce capacity). Introduce road-user charging schemes. For more detail on charging schemes, see (...) 28 Public open spaces 39 Buildings 46 Schools 46 Issues beyond the scope of this guideline 46 Recommendations for research 48 1 Public transport provision and ticketing 48 2 Changes to public open spaces 48 Physical activity and the environment (NG90) © NICE 2019. All rights reserved. Subject to Notice of rights (https://www.nice.org.uk/terms-and- conditions#notice-of-rights). Page 3 of 573 Use of public open spaces by particular groups 49 4 People with limited mobility 50 5 Reducing car

2018 National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence - Clinical Guidelines

13. Bikes for All: widening access to cycling through social inclusion

), with these generally covering the dangers of cycling in traffic. “Most roads in Glasgow are very dangerous because there’s too many cars and not cycling friendly – I have to cycle on the pavement where cycle lanes aren’t provided.” “Worry about busy roads and cycling in traffic.” Not having ‘access to a working bike’ was the next most important barrier to participants (n=8). “My bike is broken and at the moment I can’t afford to fix it.” “My bike is recently broken.” Comments about a ‘lack of confidence’ (n=4 (...) to this challenge. Despite positive engagement with the project, safety remains a key concern for many participants. Wider evidence suggests that to address barriers relating to safety or a lack of confidence, a range of complementary approaches will be needed. The requirement for cycle training and safe cycling infrastructure is not an either/or; both are needed. Reduced traffic speeds would also contribute to a safer road environment 4 . The intensive work of Bike for Good staff and engagement with community

2020 Glasgow Centre for Population Health

14. Cycling in Scotland: review of cycling casualties

to the evidence that motor vehicle speed, infrastructure, cultural norms and individual attitudes are key mechanisms which influence cycling participation and contribute to physical and perceived risks of cycling. Scotland’s target of net-zero emissions of all greenhouse gases by 2045 1 demands a shift away from cars to sustainable transport modes including cycling. Recommendations: In order to achieve these targets and improve safety for cyclists we recommended the following actions: 1. New and accurate (...) European countries and enact policies which generate a modal shift from car use to active and sustainable travel. 1 Including Glasgow and Edinburgh’s net zero emissions target by 2030 12 5. Substantial and sustained investment in quality cycling infrastructure, protected from motor vehicles, including retrofitting the existing road system to reduce danger where required. 13 1 Introduction As a background to the review we describe the health, economic, environmental and community benefits of cycling

2020 Glasgow Centre for Population Health

15. Staff and associate specialist (SAS) grade handbook

. Any more than that requires a separate contract for Additional Programmed Activities (APA). Part-time doctors may also be offered such additional duties, for example, you may have a core job plan for 20 hours per week, but you can agree to APAs to undertake extra work on a temporary basis, with 3 months notice built in on either side. Waiting list initiatives The new contracts have no specific guidance on this, or on payment, but if your department is offering waiting list initiatives work to full (...) marital problems, car accidents, drink-driving offences, childcare issues and financial problems. These all take a back-stage position and obtaining and using the substance to remove the craving becomes the user’s

2020 Association of Anaesthetists of GB and Ireland

16. Review of restrictive public policy measures to limit COVID-19

movement of migrant workers in and out of all dormitories (i.e., purpose built dormitories, factory converted dormitories, construction temporary quarters and temporary occupation licence quarters) in Singapore. (49) In Malaysia, in Hulu Langat, Selangor, residents are not allowed to leave their homes and no visitors are allowed to enter the area (effective from 1 to 14 April 2020) due to high case numbers. In Turkey, the Kendril town and surrounding areas are quarantined. In Israel (...) of nurseries, children’s clubs and kindergartens are also suspended until 26 April. Businesses in shopping centres have been suspended (except pharmacies, grocery stores, etc). Ban on using parks, forests, beaches, boulevards, promenades or city bikes. On the bus, tram or subway, only half of the seats can be occupied. Unclear Review of restrictive public policy measures to limit the spread of COVID-19 Health Information and Quality Authority Page 19 of 66 Table 1 Detailed summary of restrictive measures

2020 Health Information and Quality Authority

17. The potential impact of a 20mph speed limit on urban roads in Scotland

impacts is presented later on in this paper. Safety issues associated with roads increased rapidly with the growth in the car industry, and motor vehicle use in general. Mortality due to motor vehicle accidents (MVAs) increased in Scotland from the 1950s to the early 1970s, but has fallen since: by 2010, mortality among working-age adults had reduced by over 75% from a peak in 1974 6 . A range of safety measures such as mandatory seat belt use, car safety enhancements, better road design, speed camera (...) . The UK Faculty of Public Health’s Manifesto for Public Health calls for the introduction of “good laws to prevent bad health” and save lives 3 . Their manifesto includes setting 20mph speed limits in built-up urban areas as one of the 12 priority areas where specific and urgent action is needed. There is strong evidence that such a measure would have a significant positive health impact, specifically in reducing the number and severity of road traffic casualties. The National Institute for Health

2019 Glasgow Centre for Population Health

18. Organisation of mental health care for adults in Belgium

Agence pour une Vie de Qualité (Wallonia) BMF – BFM Budget des Moyens Financiers – Budget Financiële Middelen CA Conjoint analysis CAD Centra voor Alcohol en andere Drugproblemen (Flemish Region) CAGE Cut Down, Annoyed, Guilty, and Eye-opener CAR-CRA Centra voor Ambulante Revalidatie - Centres de Rééducation Ambulatoire CAW Centrum voor Algemeen Welzijnswerk (Flemish Region) CGG – SSM Centrum voor Geestelijke Gezondheidszorg – Service de Santé Mentale CI Confidence interval CIDI Composite

2019 Belgian Health Care Knowledge Centre

19. Prevention and Control of Methecillin-Resistant Staphylcoccus Aureus (MRSA)

that minimises the risk of spread of MRSA as outlined by HIQA (2009) National Standards for the Prevention and Control of Healthcare Associated Infections. Grade D b) Newly built acute hospital inpatient accommodation should comprise 100% single rooms with ensuite shower and toilet facilities as outlined by HIQA (2009) National Standards for the Prevention and Control of Healthcare Associated Infections. Grade C c) Risk stratification should be performed locally to identify areas where MRSA infection results (...) of the psychological impact of isolation in a single room. It also means that colonised patients are cared for by designated staff, using designated shared patient equipment. Such units are particularly useful in hospitals where MRSA is endemic, as is the case in many Irish and UK hospitals, or during large hospital outbreaks. A purpose built MRSA cohort unit in a hospital has proven effective in controlling MRSA transmission, while maintaining the overall quality of care (21). The introduction of dedicated

2019 National Clinical Guidelines (Ireland)

20. Obesogenic environment evidence review technical report

as leptogenic, contributing to weight loss. A literature review on policy interventions to tackle the obesogenic environment using this framework, with specific regard to the adult population in Scotland, was published in 2011 3 . This review provided an overview of the literature on obesity prevention in adults across the ANGELO. The initial approach this review adopted was to look for research evidence on effective policy interventions or modifications to the built environment that promoted physical (...) of labelling 1 . Limits to what we know ? Studies on front of pack labelling schemes have been mostly conducted in artificial laboratory settings. Only one study was identified in a real shopping environment and this investigated the impact of traffic light labelling on ready to eat meals and sandwiches. This study showed no effect on sales of healthy foods 1 . References 1. Hersey JC et al. Effects of front-of-package and shelf nutrition labeling systems on consumers. Nutr Rev 2013; 71 (1): 1-14. [Data

2019 Public Health Wales Observatory Evidence Service

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