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41. Thermogard XP for therapeutic hypothermia after cardiac arrest

the treatment mode, therapy is started by changing the Thermogard XP from standby to run mode. The pump then circulates the temperature-controlled saline through the closed-loop start-up kit and intravascular catheter. The catheter balloons act as a heat exchange surface between the circulating saline and the patient's bloodstream. As cooled blood circulates throughout the body, patient temperature is monitored by 1 or 2 temperature probes connected via an interface cable. A Foley catheter-type temperature (...) , originally manufactured by Alsius Corporation, became commercially available in 2000 and was replaced by the CoolGard 3000 in 2002. The current Thermogard XP was introduced in 2008 and the company has stated that it has an increased cooling power output of 190 watts compared with 115 watts for CoolGard 3000. Both Thermogard XP and CoolGard 3000 have the same user interface, use the same disposable accessories and are operated in the same way. CE marking CE marking The CoolGard 3000 heat exchange control

2015 National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence - Advice

42. Battery-free, stretchable optoelectronic systems for wireless optical characterization of the skin (PubMed)

-mounted wearables, because of the intimate skin interface. However, most examples of such emerging classes of devices require batteries and/or hard-wired connections to enable operation. The work reported here introduces active optoelectronic systems that function without batteries and in an entirely wireless mode, with examples in thin, stretchable platforms designed for multiwavelength optical characterization of the skin. Magnetic inductive coupling and near-field communication (NFC) schemes

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2016 Science advances

43. OptoZIF Drive: a 3D printed implant and assembly tool package for neural recording and optical stimulation in freely moving mice (PubMed)

of wire insertion. We iteratively refined assembly methods, and integrated additional assembly aids into the 3D printed casing.We demonstrate the effectiveness of the OptoZIF Drive by performing real time optogenetic feedback in behaving mice. A novel feature of the OptoZIF Drive is its vertical circuit board, which facilities direct ZIF-clip connection. This feature requires angled insertion of an optical fiber that still can exit the drive from the center of a ring of recording electrodes. We (...) for microelectode 'pinning', and a gold plating fixture.The expanding capability of optogenetic tools motivates continuing development of small optoelectric devices for stimulation and recording in freely moving mice. The OptoZIF Drive is the first to natively support ZIF-clip connection to recording hardware, which further supports a decrease in implant cross-section. The integrated 3D printed package of drive components and assembly tools facilities implant construction. The easy interfacing and installation

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2016 Journal of neural engineering

44. A low-cost, multiplexed μECoG system for high-density recordings in freely-moving rodents (PubMed)

A low-cost, multiplexed μECoG system for high-density recordings in freely-moving rodents Micro-electrocorticography (μECoG) offers a minimally invasive neural interface with high spatial resolution over large areas of cortex. However, electrode arrays with many contacts that are individually wired to external recording systems are cumbersome and make recordings in freely behaving rodents challenging. We report a novel high-density 60-electrode system for μECoG recording in freely moving (...) rats.Multiplexed headstages overcome the problem of wiring complexity by combining signals from many electrodes to a smaller number of connections. We have developed a low-cost, multiplexed recording system with 60 contacts at 406 μm spacing. We characterized the quality of the electrode signals using multiple metrics that tracked spatial variation, evoked-response detectability, and decoding value. Performance of the system was validated both in anesthetized animals and freely moving awake animals.We recorded

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2016 Journal of neural engineering

45. Computer Display

See Wired Connections above Digital (HDMI, DVI) now, and previously analog (VGA) Configuration Install video card manufacturer's drivers (instead of default windows) and specific monitor drivers (if available) Settings (including multiple monitors) may be configured by right-clicking desktop (in Windows) III. Types Liquid Crystal Display (LCD Display) Backlight LED (newer, better display of blacks) OR Fluorescent (older, entire lighting always on) Types Twisted Nematic (TN) - older technology (...) issue Incorrect color patterns Color profile issue (calibrate display) Image is dim Monitor screen brightness and contrast issue (adjust monitor controls) Video card or monitor driver settings issue (adjust driver settings) Flickering Image Interface or cable problem at the monitor or video card input Distorted image Video card and monitor resolution mismatch (typically video card selected resolution too high for monitor) Distorted screen geometry Monitor settings issue (adjust controls) Display

2018 FP Notebook

46. Wireless Network

or 115 ft distance) 802.11g (2.4 Ghz): 54 Mbps (38 m or 125 ft distance) Newer standards (higher frequency) 802.11n (2.4 or 5 Ghz): 65-150 Mbps (70 m or 230 ft distance) 802.11ac (5 Ghz): 86-780 Mbps (35 m or 115 ft distance) Encryption Protocols Precautions Use WPA2 connections (with a strong password) Do not use WEP or WPA (encryption broken in seconds to minutes) Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) Replaced with WPA (specifically WPA2) RC4 encryption that uses 64-128 bit key for entire data stream Has (...) . battery) and may be detected <100 meters away Passive tags must be relatively close to RFID reader to be detected Near Field Communication (NFC, two-way communication) Inter-device (e.g. phone) communication for data transmission (within 4 cm) Payments via Apple Pay, Android Pay to Visa PayWave, MasterCard PayPass Typically requires fingerprint, 2-factor authentication Infrared Older, typically line-of-sight, 1-to-1 interface between devices (e.g. mobile, TV remote) IEEE 802.15 Wireless Personal Area

2018 FP Notebook

47. Pacemaker

) An electronic device that is implanted in the body to monitor heart rate and rhythm. It gives the heart electrical stimulation when it does not beat normally. It runs on batteries and has long, thin wires that connect it to the heart. Definition (MSH) A device designed to stimulate, by electric impulses, contraction of the heart muscles. It may be temporary (external) or permanent (internal or internal-external). Concepts Medical Device ( T074 ) MSH SnomedCT 14106009 , 265848008 , 149206005 LNC LP31558-7 (...) cardioversion pads directly over Pacemaker Try to apply pads at least 10-15 cm away from the device X. Imaging: Chest XRay Indications May identify misplaced or damaged lead Identifies the Pacemaker type via a radiodense device stamp (requires a high penetration ) Interpretation - Normal Pacemaker wire configuration Most newer Pacemakers are dual lead (but some may have only a single lead to either atrium or ventricle) Pacemaker tip positioning - PA View (or AP View) Pacemaker leads should coss the midline

2018 FP Notebook

48. Modularized compact positron emission tomography detector for rapid system development (PubMed)

Modularized compact positron emission tomography detector for rapid system development We report the development of a modularized compact positron emission tomography (PET) detector that outputs serial streams of digital samples of PET event pulses via an Ethernet interface using the UDP/IP protocol to enable rapid configuration of a PET system by connecting multiple such detectors via a network switch to a computer. Presently, the detector is [Formula: see text] in extent (excluding I/O (...) connectors) and contains an [Formula: see text] array of [Formula: see text] one-to-one coupled lutetium-yttrium oxyorthosilicate/silicon photomultiplier pixels. It employs cross-wire and stripline readouts to merge the outputs of the 216 detector pixels to 24 channels. Signals at these channels are sampled using a built-in 24-ch, 4-level field programmable gate arrays-only multivoltage threshold digitizer. In the computer, software programs are implemented to analyze the digital samples to extract event

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2016 Journal of Medical Imaging

49. α-Helical Coiled Coil Peptide Materials for Biomedical Applications (PubMed)

the interface between coiled coils allows one to achieve variously connected components, leading to precisely defined structures such as nanofibers, nanotubes, nanoparticles, networks, gels, and combinations of these. Currently these materials are being developed for a range of biotechnological and medical applications, including drug delivery systems for controlled release, targeted nanomaterials, 'drug-free' therapeutics, vaccine delivery systems, and others. WIREs Nanomed Nanobiotechnol 2017, 9:e1424 (...) . doi: 10.1002/wnan.1424 For further resources related to this article, please visit the WIREs website.© 2016 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

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2016 Wiley interdisciplinary reviews. Nanomedicine and nanobiotechnology

50. Detecting, managing and monitoring haemostasis: viscoelastometric point-of-care testing (ROTEM, TEG and Sonoclot systems)

is then lowered into the fluid blood. The cup is rotated every 10 seconds and the pin is initially stationary. As the first fibrin strands are formed, the pin becomes tethered to the cup and starts to follow its motion. When maximum clot firmness is achieved, the cup and pin move in unison. The motion of the pin is detected by a torsion wire linked to a transducer; and a mechanical-electrical signal is relayed through a computer interface where real-time analysis is displayed. 4.8 The TEG assays include (...) . 4.11 The Sonoclot test is performed by placing whole blood into a pre-warmed cuvette in which a vertically vibrating probe is suspended. As the blood clots, increased viscosity causes changes in the mechanical impedance that is exerted on the probe. Clot formation is displayed in real time on a computer which is connected to the device via USB. The Sonoclot device generates both a qualitative graph known as the Sonoclot signature, and quantitative results on the clot formation time (activated

2014 National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence - Diagnostics Guidance

51. Computer Display

See Wired Connections above Digital (HDMI, DVI) now, and previously analog (VGA) Configuration Install video card manufacturer's drivers (instead of default windows) and specific monitor drivers (if available) Settings (including multiple monitors) may be configured by right-clicking desktop (in Windows) III. Types Liquid Crystal Display (LCD Display) Backlight LED (newer, better display of blacks) OR Fluorescent (older, entire lighting always on) Types Twisted Nematic (TN) - older technology (...) issue Incorrect color patterns Color profile issue (calibrate display) Image is dim Monitor screen brightness and contrast issue (adjust monitor controls) Video card or monitor driver settings issue (adjust driver settings) Flickering Image Interface or cable problem at the monitor or video card input Distorted image Video card and monitor resolution mismatch (typically video card selected resolution too high for monitor) Distorted screen geometry Monitor settings issue (adjust controls) Display

2017 FP Notebook

52. Wireless Network

or 115 ft distance) 802.11g (2.4 Ghz): 54 Mbps (38 m or 125 ft distance) Newer standards (higher frequency) 802.11n (2.4 or 5 Ghz): 65-150 Mbps (70 m or 230 ft distance) 802.11ac (5 Ghz): 86-780 Mbps (35 m or 115 ft distance) Encryption Protocols Precautions Use WPA2 connections (with a strong password) Do not use WEP or WPA (encryption broken in seconds to minutes) Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) Replaced with WPA (specifically WPA2) RC4 encryption that uses 64-128 bit key for entire data stream Has (...) . battery) and may be detected <100 meters away Passive tags must be relatively close to RFID reader to be detected Near Field Communication (NFC, two-way communication) Inter-device (e.g. phone) communication for data transmission (within 4 cm) Payments via Apple Pay, Android Pay to Visa PayWave, MasterCard PayPass Typically requires fingerprint, 2-factor authentication Infrared Older, typically line-of-sight, 1-to-1 interface between devices (e.g. mobile, TV remote) IEEE 802.15 Wireless Personal Area

2017 FP Notebook

53. The road to alternative medicine apostasy

"gateway drug," if you will, into skepticism was discovering Holocaust denial in the late 1990s on Usenet, a vast and sprawling conglomeration of thousands of discussion forums that began to fade away at the turn of the century with the rise of web-based forums and Google providing an interface to it to make it Google Groups. The forum where I first discovered Holocaust denial and learned to combat it, alt.revisionism, , but long ago degenerated into a cesspool of racism, spam, and trolling. A couple (...) antivaccine groups use fake "medical conferences" to by giving a to rank quackery like , and providing a place where those selling unscientific treatments can find willing customers and where disreputable discredited "scientists" like Andrew Wakefield and Mark Geier can find adoring fans who believe their quackery. I bring this up because last week WIRED published an excellent article about Jim Laidler, " ." Appropriately enough, it's by Alan Levinovitz, an assistant professor of religion at James Madison

2015 Respectful Insolence

54. Why do doctors deny evolution?

quackery like , ," , and (the infiltration of pseudoscience into medical academia) that I've neglected other interesting areas of the interface between science and medicine and pseudoscience. And, thus, Orac demonstrates his logorrhea by using over 400 words just to . Truly, it does take me nearly 500 words just to "clear my throat," so to speak. In any case, maybe I'll have to talk about evolution denial in medicine again sometime soon. It's one of those topics that keeps popping up and irritating me (...) By Deb (not verified) on 23 May 2015 to post comments By Gray Falcon (not verified) on 23 May 2015 That there press release is a perfect example of all that is wrong with the world of science-reporting-by-churnalists. A symptom of the malign symbiosis of crap science and university PR departments. When something is headed with the words "Mystery of the reverse-wired eyeball solved", while in fact there is no feckin' mystery, you know it is targetted at clickbait junkscience websites, not at peer

2015 Respectful Insolence

55. The Decade of the Connectome: An Interview with Connectomics Founder Olaf Sporns

the first post in my new interview series: “ Connecting the Dots: Big Thinkers in Cognitive Neuroscience” . Stay tuned in the coming months for more in-depth interviews with some of neuroscience’s most meta-minds. Betzel RF, Avena-Koenigsberger A, Goñi J, He Y, de Reus MA, Griffa A, et al. Generative models of the human connectome. NeuroImage. doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2015.09.041 Avena-Koenigsberger A, Goñi J, Solé R, Sporns O. Network morphospace. Journal of The Royal Society Interface. 2015;12 (...) -disciplinary Sciences Medicine & Health Research Analysis & Scientific Policy Post navigation in Uncategorized By Micah Allen This post marks the first of my new interview series “Connecting the Dots: Big Thinkers in Cognitive Neuroscience”. Last month marked the 10th anniversary of that launched “connectomics”, overthrowing the predominant approach to localizing individual functions in the brain in favor of mapping the entirety of the brain’s connections. In the decade since, connectomics has redefined

2015 PLOS Blogs Network

56. Can The Garmin Vivosmart (Or Any Inactivity Monitor) Make You Healthier?

Can The Garmin Vivosmart (Or Any Inactivity Monitor) Make You Healthier? Can The Garmin Vivosmart (Or Any Inactivity Monitor) Make You Healthier? | The Skeptical Cardiologist Primary Menu Search for: Can The Garmin Vivosmart (Or Any Inactivity Monitor) Make You Healthier? Americans do a lot of sitting. We sit in our cars, we sit watching TV , we sit reading or when interfacing with our computers and often our work involves many hours of sitting in front of a computer. All this sitting (...) similar fitness trackers) is a step in the right direction and can lend focus and motivation to the goal of keeping active during the day. To accurately measure NEAT, however, we may need magic wired underwear, something the public may not be ready for :). -spending entirely too much time sitting and blogging, -ACP Share this: Like this: Like Loading... Related Post navigation 3 thoughts on “Can The Garmin Vivosmart (Or Any Inactivity Monitor) Make You Healthier?” I am using a Fitbit Charge HR. I too

2015 The Skeptical Cardiologist

57. Coevolved Mutations Reveal Distinct Architectures for Two Core Proteins in the Bacterial Flagellar Motor (PubMed)

by their coevolution, were formalized as a network, guided by structural data. Our measurements reveal a common design with dedicated switch and motor modules. The FliM middle domain (FliMM) has extensive connectivity most simply explained by conserved intra and inter-subunit contacts. In contrast, FliG has patchy, complex architecture. Conserved structural motifs form interacting nodes in the coevolution network that wire FliMM to the FliGC C-terminal, four-helix motor module (C3-6). FliG C3-6 coevolution (...) is organized around the torque helix, differently from other ARM domains. The nodes form separated, surface-proximal patches that are targeted by deleterious mutations as in other allosteric systems. The dominant node is formed by the EHPQ motif at the FliMMFliGM contact interface and adjacent helix residues at a central location within FliGM. The node interacts with nodes in the N-terminal FliGc α-helix triad (ARM-C) and FliGN. ARM-C, separated from C3-6 by the MFVF motif, has poor intra-network

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2015 PloS one

58. Role of physical and mental training in brain network configuration (PubMed)

neurons is fine-tuning the scaling and strength of excitatory synapses up or down via regulation of intra-cellular metabolic and regulatory networks of the genome-transcriptome-proteome interface. Alzheimer's disease is a model of "energy cost-driven small-world network disorder" with dysfunction of high-energy cost wiring as the network global efficiency is impaired by the deposition of an informed agent, the amyloid-β, selectively targeting high-degree nodes. In schizophrenia, the interconnectivity (...) Role of physical and mental training in brain network configuration It is hypothesized that the topology of brain networks is constructed by connecting nodes which may be continuously remodeled by appropriate training. Efficiency of physical and/or mental training on the brain relies on the flexibility of networks' architecture molded by local remodeling of proteins and synapses of excitatory neurons producing transformations in network topology. Continuous remodeling of proteins of excitatory

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2015 Frontiers in aging neuroscience

59. The REAL Registry for Utilization of iFR in Assessing Coronary Stenoses

patients defined by patients with lesions > 40% and <100% in 2 or more vessels. Device: iFR/FFR • The Volcano iFR®-FFR option, which is a measurement modality for the Volcano system that provides the capability to make FFR and instantaneous wave-Free Ratio™ (iFR®) measurements (CE-Marked). iFR® is a pressure-derived, hyperemia-free index for the assessment of coronary stenosis relevance. This option consists of an FFR-iFR® specific patient interface module (PIM-FFR) which can be connected (...) to the Volcano system - VOLCANO s5 or s5i™ platform equipped with iFR® option. This PIM-FFR is compatible with all Volcano pressure measurement guide wires. Other Name: instant flow reserve/fractional flow reserve Outcome Measures Go to Primary Outcome Measures : Hemodynamic severity (Percentage of stenosis properly classified by iFR®) [ Time Frame: Day 1 (Post-Procedure) ] Percentage of stenosis properly classified by iFR® in terms of hemodynamic severity compare to FFR in MVD patients. Hemodynamic severity

2014 Clinical Trials

60. Indications and limitations of the fixator TGF "Gex-Fix" in proximal end humeral fractures. (PubMed)

technique involves the introduction of Steinmann's pin to keep manual reduction, the introduction of two K-wires in the humeral head, the removal of the Steinmann's pin, and the introduction of two fiches on the humeral shaft. Hub connectors are mounted on the wires and on the chips to connect the outer bar and tensioning system. A total of 84 patients aged 42-84 years with proximal end humeral fractures (66% had two-part fractures) were treated with Fixator TGF in this study from December 2007 to June (...) for displaced proximal humeral fractures avoids dissection and soft tissue stripping and has been reported by some authors to be associated with higher union rates, a lower incidence of avascular necrosis, less scarring of the scapulohumeral interface, and faster rehabilitation compared with open reduction and internal fixation. Other authors have reported that external fixation does not ensure acceptable reduction and fracture stability, particularly in patients with osteoporosis. The external fixation

2014 Injury

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