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OpenDrop: An Integrated Do-It-Yourself Platform for Personal Use of Biochips

2017 Bioengineering  
OPENDROP consists of a do-it-yourself biochip, an automated software tool with visual interface and a detailed technique for at-home operations of microfluidics.  ...  In terms of usability, the users managed to operate their platforms at home and are working on designing their own bio-applications.  ...  Replicability Study To make OPENDROP accessible to as many people as possible, we used the following strategy: 1.  ... 
doi:10.3390/bioengineering4020045 pmid:28952524 pmcid:PMC5590459 fatcat:vnrdzyljrvb4jhr2ke5pxeby4e

The impact of the physical environment for caregiving in ordinary housing: Experiences of staff in home- and health-care services

Cecilia Pettersson, Martin Nilsson, Morgan Andersson, Helle Wijk
2021 Applied Ergonomics  
This study contributes important knowledge about essential features of the physical environment for staff providing home- and health-care for older people in their own homes and to aid the development  ...  The data were gathered through focus group interviews with staff in home- and health-care.  ...  at night or a portable toilet in the bedroom.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.apergo.2020.103352 pmid:33395590 fatcat:ocffbrlo2beaxhrftbcrnnenyy

Virtual Visits for Care of Patients with Heart Failure in the Era of COVID-19: A Statement from the Heart Failure Society of America

Eiran Z. Gorodeski, Parag Goyal, Zachary L. Cox, Jennifer T. Thibodeau, Rebecca Reay, Kismet Rasmusson, Joseph G. Rogers, Randall C. Starling
2020 Journal of Cardiac Failure  
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, US federal and state governments have implemented wide-ranging stay-at-home recommendations as a means to reduce spread of infection.  ...  Does your health care proxy and/or family know what your care preferences would be if you were to get sick and could not make decisions for yourself? Do you have a health care power of attorney form?  ...  This is a person who would make decisions on your behalf if you were unable to make decisions. Have you completed an advance directive form?  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cardfail.2020.04.008 pmid:32315732 pmcid:PMC7166039 fatcat:ok2nevqvnjgofp5lmjlehihwhm

Exploring Social Music Behavior: An Investigation Of Music Selection At Parties

Sally Jo Cunningham, David M. Nichols
2009 Zenodo  
Bluemusic supports the same idea, personalization by being there, using Bluetooth from portable devices [13] .  ...  Music [6] ) use personal mobile technology, such as iPods, PDAs and mobile phones, reflecting the increasing portability of music collections [7] .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1416409 fatcat:clh5ktjpxbbsbotl72gi7lrhle

A Brief Review on Inflight Wi-Fi

2017 International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)  
Wireless IFE (In Flight Entertainment) streamed to personal/portable electronic devices (PEDs), has the potential to modify the traditional business model.  ...  Meanwhile, connectivity has arrived and, in the US at least, is already an established offering on domestic flights.  ...  And though some flyers cringe at the thought of a chatty seatmate, connections you make on planes can be valuable: As attests, the social and romantic possibilities are endless.  ... 
doi:10.21275/art20164605 fatcat:n6nnv3xfcfewdmlkd2nruymebe

End-user perspectives on home networking

S. Teger, D.J. Waks
2002 IEEE Communications Magazine  
The article describes major home networking approaches and raises some of the questions to be considered in designing home networks for the future.  ...  The authors discuss the evolving situation in the home, user needs for networking, and the growing set of problems faced by users.  ...  We envision a person who might shop for consumer electronics and home networking at large specialty stores.  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.995860 fatcat:xfoqapjp5jfaphhy5piqmj5kma

THE ROAD WARRIOR'S ULTIMATE ARSENAL

Christopher Elliott
2000 Journal of Business Strategy  
Leave the Drivers to Us If it’s just e-mail you want, leave it all at home.  ...  They're designed solely to help you make a connection between your portable and a network, another computer, or an intranet.  ... 
doi:10.1108/eb040057 fatcat:zf54w65vojfohmupcam3z6rocy

The Doctor's PDA and Smartphone Handbook Personal digital assistant

M. Al-Ubaydli
2005 Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine  
Battery life makes the portability qualitatively different from laptops or tablet PCs.  ...  There are several aspects of handheld computers that make them well-suited to clinical practice. First, of course, is the portability.  ... 
doi:10.1258/jrsm.98.11.494 pmid:16260797 pmcid:PMC1275996 fatcat:e3iifckodrfuxatkxcvthzxhmm

Application of New Technology Product Research to New Suburban Commute System Design and Validation

Steve Raney
2005 Transportation Research Record  
The final system concept was validated via stated preference surveys employing "gap analysis" to measure the importance of barriers and the effectiveness of proposed solutions.  ...  D2D includes solutions to improve carpool and transit connections, increase the safety of carpooling with strangers, rapid car share/emergency ride home, and improved carpool matchmaking.  ...  PERSONAL TIME Problem: When you drive alone, you can engage in a variety of private behaviors: sing off-key opera at the top of your voice, talk to yourself, make intimate cell phone calls, etc.  ... 
doi:10.3141/1927-26 fatcat:uudo42f7ijfq7hffut66fpjf2u

Application of New Technology Product Research to New Suburban Commute System Design and Validation

Steve Raney
2005 Transportation Research Record  
The final system concept was validated via stated preference surveys employing "gap analysis" to measure the importance of barriers and the effectiveness of proposed solutions.  ...  D2D includes solutions to improve carpool and transit connections, increase the safety of carpooling with strangers, rapid car share/emergency ride home, and improved carpool matchmaking.  ...  PERSONAL TIME Problem: When you drive alone, you can engage in a variety of private behaviors: sing off-key opera at the top of your voice, talk to yourself, make intimate cell phone calls, etc.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0361198105192700126 fatcat:4zcpatcknzdjlfmdjs42n55e74

Low-Technology Tips for Safer Perioperative Handoffs

2022 ASA Monitor  
Safety Tip of the Month For shift changes or duty relief in the OR, particularly among supervising physicians, a less formal and more portable format of information exchange may be preferable.  ...  affect you personally and the field in general: good, bad, or indifferent?  ... 
doi:10.1097/01.asm.0000806008.20363.68 fatcat:ffz3a3zh7bbqroosayw7gpojn4

Hand hygiene during the COVID-19 pandemic among people experiencing homelessness-Atlanta, Georgia, 2020

Martha P Montgomery, Monique G Carry, Amanda G Garcia-Williams, Brittany Marshall, Bethlehem Besrat, Franco Bejarano, Joshua Carlson, Ty Rutledge, Emily Mosites
2021 Journal of Community Psychology  
Overall, participants expressed a preference for access to facilities and supplies over hand hygiene communication materials.  ...  People experiencing homelessness are at risk for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and may experience barriers to hand hygiene, a primary recommendation for COVID-19 prevention.  ...  Williams, LaQuicha Paxton, and Tom Andrews from Mercy Care Atlanta; April Campbell, Tracy Woodard, Kay Hunter, and Brad Schweers from Intown Collaborative Ministries; Cathryn Marchman from Partners for HOME  ... 
doi:10.1002/jcop.22583 pmid:33899228 fatcat:smmkgyds5zfzze7qyj44i63uhq

Alleviating consumers' negative emotional responses to really new products: The potential of product metaphors

Peiyao Cheng, Ruth Mugge
2019 Zenodo  
Through an app, people can access this information and make changes, allowing them to monitor and control their home from a distance, which is something they were not yet able to do.  ...  For instance, when encountering "SmartThings", consumers may be uncertain of the benefits the various home monitoring possibilities can provide and be worried about how to use the system at home.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2629389 fatcat:yg3lhnn6abbbxn5hj3kjs2kqm4

Communication with Patients and Families Regarding Healthcare-Associated Exposure to Coronavirus 2019: A Checklist to Facilitate Disclosure

Karthik Sivashanker, Mallika L. Mendu, Paige Wickner, Tricia Hartley, Sonali Desai, Karen Fiumara, Andrew Resnick, Hojjat Salmasian
2020 Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety  
Ask about others who joined the visit or who live at home who may be at risk. Have prepared a list of local resources that may be able to assist patients with a variety of needs.  ...  , to ask about other at-risk individuals in the home (for example, "Are there any older or immunocompromised people in the house?")  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jcjq.2020.04.010 pmid:32507465 pmcid:PMC7205615 fatcat:26otxbulhjdinpe4pf5a4v5kua

Telemedicine Platforms and Their Use in the Coronavirus Disease-19 Era to Deliver Comprehensive Vascular Care

Judith C. Lin, Misty D. Humphries, William P. Shutze, Oliver O. Aalami, Uwe M. Fischer, Kim J. Hodgson
2020 Journal of Vascular Surgery  
Embracing telehealth reduces the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) and other resources consumed during in-person visits.  ...  Implementation of telemedicine for patient encounters optimizes personal safety and allows for continuity of patient care.  ...  home.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jvs.2020.06.051 pmid:32622075 pmcid:PMC7329688 fatcat:rmaekfwcgjetnn4kiyd6dehnlq
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