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261. Catalog card production with a programmable terminal. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Catalog card production with a programmable terminal. Application of a programmable terminal and printer to the cataloging task of a small medical library is described. The application is independent of a computer; the terminal is used in "local" mode only. Full sets of catalog cards are produced, following a single typing of descriptive cataloging data and tracings. Books can be cataloged the same day they are received. Actual cost per book is just over a dollar, for equipment rental, card

1977 Bulletin of the Medical Library Association

262. An overview of current management of auditory processing disorder (APD)

the listening environment 14 9.1.1 Acoustic changes to the environment (reduce of noise and reverberation) 14 9.1.2 Assisted listening FM systems 15 9.1.3 Teacher/speaker adaptations 17 9.2 Auditory training 17 9.2.1 Formal training methods: computer-based auditory training (e.g. Earobics, Fast ForWord, Phonomena) 17 9.2.2 Formal training methods: programmes for improving phonological awareness and auditory discrimination 20 9.2.3 Formal training methods: non-computer based auditory training programmes (...) to less expensive ones. 9.2.1 Formal training methods: computer-based auditory training (e.g. Earobics, Fast ForWord, Phonomena) Computer technology has made possible the presentation of auditory training tasks through computer programmes with an adaptive procedure ensuring an appropriate level of difficulty. Although auditory training tasks are used, the focus is more on language than fundamental auditory processing training. Interesting computer graphics also help engage the child. The tasks

2010 British Society of Audiology

263. I started a family medicine practice for $11,000. You can, too.

was only seeing a few patients a day, so I am leaving this cost out of the total. I wouldn’t have this expense if I had to start over, instead I would wait a few months until I was busy enough, and then hire an assistant. I spent $1,700 on vaccines, all of which got reimbursed by payers later, but I will include it here as an up front cost. Things I got free were my EMR (Practice Fusion), a front desk computer and a printer (the lab company gives these free for some reason), and utilities (included (...) for a used kitchen fridge, which was acceptable for vaccines. The U-Hauls and gas to move all this were $165. Other supplies included $68 for a thermometer and scale at Target, $127 at Walmart for various office supplies, $134 for a scanner at Office Depot, and $30 for a used router. For my startup costs, I’ll include $1,800 for my laptop, although I use it for personal stuff half the time. If you already have a decent computer, you can exclude this cost in planning. Rent was $1,000 per month for more

2015 KevinMD blog

264. AAGBI safety guideline - safe management of anaesthetic related equipment

-of-life date.7 In addition to items for which the technical department has continuing responsibility, the inventory should also include items such as laryngoscopes and non-clinical items such as computers and printers. Although these may not need regular maintenance they should be included in the replacement programme. Every item of equipment, including consumables, must be identified by a unique number or batch number, and its location must be recorded. This is particularly important in the case (...) Organization, and its standards have gradually been integrated with their European equivalents. 4.3 CE marking and non-medical equipment CE marks for medical devices are awarded in four categories of differing stringency. However, devices intended for non- medical use may also bear a CE mark that is indistinguishable from those on medical devices, but they may not be suitable for use as medical devices. An example is computer equipment, including display units and recording devices, which may have

2009 Association of Anaesthetists of GB and Ireland

265. Enabling medication management through health information technology

would not be complete without their wisdom, experience, good will, and sense of humor. Further thanks to Dr. Chris Gibbons and Dr. Paul Gorman who provided insights into their work on previous AHRQ evidence reports at the start of this project. We acknowledge the hard work of Nicholas Hobson, our computer programmer, for creating our evolving systematic review management software. The report is stronger and more focused because of the continued expert guidance of Rebecca Roper of the Agency (...) IT applied to medication management (Appendix A of the full report). These searches were then combined with a search using subject headings related to the five medication management phases plus reconciliation and education as well as specific health IT application terms (e.g., CDSS). We combined these medication management terms with computer and technology terms. When possible, we excluded letters, editorials, commentaries, and animal studies. Because our interest was in all study designs, we did

2011 EvidenceUpdates

266. The Effect of a Combined Glenoid and Hill-Sachs Defect on Glenohumeral Stability: A Biomechanical Cadaveric Study Using 3-Dimensional Modeling of 142 Patients. (Abstract)

analyzed with 3D computed tomography scans. Two Hill-Sachs lesions were selected on the basis of volumetric size representing the 25th percentile (0.87 cm(3); small) and 50th percentile (1.47 cm(3); medium) and printed in plastic resin with a 3D printer. A total of 21 cadaveric shoulders were evaluated on a custom shoulder-testing device permitting 6 degrees of freedom, and the force required to translate the humeral head anteriorly 10 mm at a rate of 2.0 mm/s with a compressive load of 50 N (...) of this study was to determine the biomechanical efficacy of a Bankart repair in the setting of bipolar (glenoid and humeral head) bone defects determined via computer-generated 3-dimensional (3D) modeling of 142 patients with recurrent anterior shoulder instability. The null hypothesis was that adding a bipolar bone defect will have no effect on glenohumeral stability after soft tissue Bankart repair.Controlled laboratory study.A total of 142 consecutive patients with recurrent anterior instability were

2015 American Journal of Sports Medicine

267. Health Information Technology to Support Clinical Decision Making in Obesity Care

information, Layout table for eligibility information Ages Eligible for Study: 18 Years and older (Adult, Older Adult) Sexes Eligible for Study: All Accepts Healthy Volunteers: Yes Criteria Inclusion Criteria: School Based Health Centers who serve children 5-12 years sees a minimum of 20 children per month for well-child care or sports physicals has internet access and printer has space for a small computer in the waiting room or check-in area has a primary care provider who reads English. Inclusion

2011 Clinical Trials

268. A novel method for designing and fabricating custom-made artificial bones. (Abstract)

A novel method for designing and fabricating custom-made artificial bones. Artificial bones are useful for tissue augmentation in patients with facial deformities or defects. Custom-made artificial bones, produced by mirroring the bone structure on the healthy side using computer-aided design, have been used. This method is simple, but has limited ability to recreate detailed structures. The authors have invented a new method for designing artificial bones, better customized for the needs (...) of individual patients. Based on CT data, three-dimensional (3D) simulation models were prepared using an inkjet printer using plaster. The operators applied a special radiopaque paraffin wax to the models to create target structures. The wax contained a contrast medium to render it radiopaque. The concentration was adjusted to achieve easy manipulation and consistently good-quality images. After the radiopaque wax was applied, the 3D simulation models were reexamined by CT, and data on the target

2011 International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

269. Esophagogastroduodenoscopy

to deliver the video signal to the processor to show the live image on the monitor Stack Light source Suction unit Video recorder/photo printer Instruments Biopsy forceps Snares Injecting needles Chemical agents Endoscopic image of seen in the post-bulbar duodenum. Endoscopic image of seen as a radial pattern around the before (top) and after (bottom) treatment with Endoscopic image of , which is the area of red mucosa projecting like a tongue. Deep Endoscopic still of of patient with showing scalloping (...) of folds. in of with overlying clot due to . Endoscopic image of a posterior wall with a clean base, which is a common cause of . Endoscopic images of an early stage stomach cancer. 0-IIa, tub1. Left column: Normal light. Right column: computed image enhanced ( ). First row: Normal. Second row: stained. Third row: Acetate-indigocarmine mixture ( ) stained. Alternative names [ ] Esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD) oesophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD or OGD) is also called panendoscopy (PES) and upper GI

2012 Wikipedia

270. Flow cytometry Full Text available with Trip Pro

are often labeled with fluorescent markers so that light is first absorbed and then emitted in a band of wavelengths. Tens of thousands of cells can be quickly examined and the data gathered are processed by a computer. Flow cytometry is routinely used in basic research, clinical practice, and . Uses for flow cytometry include: Determining cell characteristics and function Detecting detection detection Diagnosis of health disorders such as A flow cytometry analyzer is an instrument that provides (...) , a detector, an amplification system, and a computer for analysis of the signals. The flow cell has a liquid stream (sheath fluid), which carries and aligns the cells so that they pass single file through the light beam for sensing. The measuring system commonly use measurement of impedance (or conductivity) and optical systems - lamps ( , ); high-power water-cooled lasers ( , , dye laser); low-power air-cooled lasers (argon (488 nm), red-HeNe (633 nm), green-HeNe, HeCd (UV)); (blue, green, red, violet

2012 Wikipedia

271. Hippocrates

to enhance education through use of technology. (an acronym of " HI gh P erf O rmance C omputing for R obot- A ssis TE d S urgery") is an effort of the and , "to develop advanced planning, simulation, and execution technologies for the next generation of computer-assisted surgical robots." Both the and are organizations of physicians who uphold the principles of the original Hippocratic Oath as inviolable through changing social times. See also [ ] Notes [ ] . Microsoft Encarta Online Encyclopedia (...) , . Pinault, Jody Robin (1992), Hippocratic Lives and Legends , : Brill, . Plato (2012) [360 B.C.], , Internet Classics Archive: The University of Adelaide Library , retrieved November 1, 2012 . Plato (2006) [380 B.C.], , Internet Classics Archive: The University of Adelaide Library , retrieved December 17, 2006 . Project Hippocrates (1995), , Center for Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery, , retrieved December 30, 2006 . Rutkow, Ira M. (1993), Surgery: An Illustrated History , London

2012 Wikipedia

273. Electrocardiography Full Text available with Trip Pro

, electrocardiographs use to convert the electrical activity of the heart to a . Many ECG machines are now portable and commonly include a screen, keyboard, and printer on a small wheeled cart. Recent advancements in electrocardiography include developing even smaller devices for inclusion in fitness trackers and smart watches. These smaller devices often rely on only two electrodes to deliver a single lead. Recording an ECG is a safe and painless procedure. The machines are powered by but they are designed (...) necessitates a low circuit and . Simultaneous lead recordings: Earlier designs recorded each lead sequentially, but current models record multiple leads simultaneously. Most modern ECG machines include automated interpretation . This analysis calculates features such as the , , corrected QT (QTc) interval, PR axis, QRS axis, rhythm and more. The results from these automated algorithms are considered "preliminary" until verified and/or modified by expert interpretation. Despite recent advances, computer

2012 Wikipedia

274. Tissue engineering Full Text available with Trip Pro

have been introduced to tissue engineering. First, a three-dimensional structure is designed using CAD software. The porosity can be tailored using algorithms within the software. The scaffold is then realized by using ink-jet printing of polymer powders or through of a polymer melt. A 2011 study by El-Ayoubi et al. investigated "3D-plotting technique to produce ( and ) poly-L-Lactide macroporous scaffolds with two different pore sizes" via solid free-form fabrication (SSF) with computer-aided (...) a 3D printer that can print the scaffolding and cells layer by layer into a working tissue sample or organ. The device is presented in a by Dr. Anthony Atala, M.D. the Director of the Institute for , and the W.H. Boyce Professor and Chair of the Department of at Wake Forest University, in which a kidney is printed on stage during the seminar and then presented to the crowd. It is anticipated that this technology will enable the production of livers in the future for transplantation

2012 Wikipedia

275. Assistive technology Full Text available with Trip Pro

of a standard printer adding ink onto a page, the braille embosser imprints the raised dots of braille onto a page. Some braille embossers combine both braille and ink so the documents can be read with either sight or touch. Refreshable braille display [ ] Main article: A refreshable braille display or braille terminal is an electro-mechanical device for displaying braille characters, usually by means of round-tipped pins raised through holes in a flat surface. Computer users who cannot use a computer (...) impairment include screen readers, screen magnifiers, Braille embossers, desktop video magnifiers, and voice recorders. Screen readers [ ] Main article: Screen readers are used to help the visually impaired to easily access electronic information. These software programs run on a computer in order to convey the displayed information through voice ( ) or ( ) in combination with magnification for low vision users in some cases. There are a variety of platforms and applications available for a variety

2012 Wikipedia

276. DICOM Full Text available with Trip Pro

DICOM DICOM - Wikipedia DICOM From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine ( DICOM ) is the standard for the communication and management of medical imaging information and related data . DICOM is most commonly used for storing and enabling the integration of medical imaging devices such as scanners, servers, workstations, printers, network hardware, and (PACS) from multiple manufacturers. It has been widely adopted by , and is making inroads into smaller (...) are also partly members of NEMA. It is also known as standard PS3, and as 12052:2017 "Health informatics -- Digital imaging and communication in medicine (DICOM) including workflow and data management". Contents Applications [ ] DICOM is used worldwide to store, exchange, and transmit . DICOM has been central to the development of modern radiological imaging: DICOM incorporates standards for imaging modalities such as radiography, ultrasonography, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance (MRI

2012 Wikipedia

277. Rehabilitation Research and Training Center for Traumatic Brain Injury Interventions--Teen Online Problem Solving Study

. Other Name: TOPS-TO Behavioral: Internet Resources Comparison (IRC) Families in the IRC group will also receive a computer, printer, and high-speed internet access if they do not currently have these. Additionally, IRC families receive access to a home page of brain injury resources and links (identical to those given on the TOPS and TOPS-TO homepage) but will not be able to access specific session content. This will enable us to equate the groups with respect to access to the information (...) access to the TOPS-TO website content via their own password protected site so they will understand the skills that their child is learning. However, only the adolescent, and not the parents, will participate in the synchronous videoconferences with the therapist. Other Name: TOPS-TO Active Comparator: Internet Resources Comparison Web Intervention Behavioral: Internet Resources Comparison (IRC) Families in the IRC group will also receive a computer, printer, and high-speed internet access if they do

2010 Clinical Trials

278. Influence of different registration modalities on navigation accuracy in ear, nose, and throat surgery depending on the surgical field. (Abstract)

models were individually fabricated with a three-dimensional printer based on the patient's computed tomography data sets and fitted with an individual customized silicone skin. Three different registration modalities were examined: 1) invasive marker (IM), 2) oral splint (OS), and 3) laser scan (L). Accuracy measurements were assessed by targeting 26 titanium screws placed over the skull. The overall accuracy and the target registration error for eight selected anatomical locations were

2010 Laryngoscope

279. Patients’ positive identification systems Full Text available with Trip Pro

to reduce such errors. The I-TRAC Plus system by Immucor consists of an identification bracelet which is a bar-coded wristband and a handheld portable computer that identifies patients and blood bags by a scanner and prints the information through a portable printer. The labels attached on the blood order forms and on the sample tubes are read and recorded in the blood bank's informatics system (EmoNet INSIEL). Labels showing the bar-code of the assigned number, which includes the ID number

2009 Blood Transfusion

280. Behavioural and Cognitive Behavioural Training Interventions for Assisting Foster Carers in the Management of Difficult Behaviour Full Text available with Trip Pro

as papers varied greatly in their reporting of data. See also Table 03. i) Concealment of allocation This review includes six studies, of which four were randomised controlled trials ( ; , ; ) and two were quasi‐randomised controlled trials ( ; ). reported use of a computer‐generated numbers table and Edwards 2002 used alternate ‘out of a hat’ technique; both studies were coded as ‘A’ for allocation concealment. used random permuted blocks (block size 12) ( ) and reported stringent efforts to conceal

2007 Campbell Collaboration

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