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We aimed to evaluate the efficacy of sending educational video clips via smartphone mobile messenger (SMM) on enhancing bowel preparation before colonoscopy. ... This was a prospective, endoscopist-blinded, randomized controlled study. ... SMM, smartphone mobile messenger. ...doi:10.5946/ce.2018.072 pmid:30153724 pmcid:PMC6370934 fatcat:k3nf7jangvgndmopklr2prjtki
Common School Journal
Who originated leap frog, blind man’s buff, and all other boisterous diversions 7—The children of the mobility. ... For this service, the teacher gave her a cent. The children departed, but before going far, they met the messenger, who relieved the guide of her charge. ...
So the blind human beings use the Braille language for analyzing and writing messages. ... IndexTerms -Messengers, impaired, AT commands, GSM module I.INTRODUCTION Mobile cellular phones are fundamental important a part of our cutting-edge existence. ...doi:10.5281/zenodo.4718261 fatcat:a7vb7gy4xff7fcp7osc2l4v6ue
Thomas Cunningham Thompson Thomas Cunningham Thompson, Treasurer of the Mobile Association for the Blind, died January 17, 1930. Mr. ... He led in the annual collection for the Christmas Tree for the poor children of Mobile. Mr. William B. ...doi:10.1177/0145482x3002300429 fatcat:zokqgimnb5gkphxi5vxj5k6dlq
to the airways), as an aerosol, using a single-blind placebo- controlled protocol. ... All baseline FEV; values had to be within 10% of the value found on the first day for the study to proceed. ...
This research has considered applications created to make life easier for people with disabilities, people with health limitations and the elderly. ... and presenting the dialogue in the form of a dialogue resembling modern messengers or sms. ... The Walk Helper for Blind app helps the blind people navigate the space, but is not a substitute for a guide or guide dog, in some cases it can be dangerous due to possible navigation errors and errors ...doi:10.14419/ijet.v7i4.36.25046 fatcat:bjjqajulura4pnnl63d7gwsxuu
Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness
176 OUTLOOK FOR THE BLIND course of training at the workshop of the New York Guild for the Jewish Blind, where she special¬ ized in technical work. ... Of course, a man with 10 machines who earns $2.00 a day (according to the above figures) would not need an auto¬ mobile or a driver for handling so few machines. ...
The Faculty of Informatics and Management of the University of Hradec Kralove uses many e-learning tools for education, for example WebCT. ... Virtual communication is impersonal communication through mobile devices and internet. ... Miranda IM is an open-source multi protocol instant messenger client for Microsoft Windows. ...doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2011.11.068 fatcat:r2v4uyo54bakxpzxbva6topade
We use LuzDeploy to orchestrate volunteers to install physical infras tructure for the navigation assistance of people with visual impair ments. ... Recruiting, training and managing participants for such a task is difficult. ... This allows anyone who has a mobile phone with Facebook messenger installed to participate, without any prior training. 2. ...doi:10.1145/3058555.3058585 dblp:conf/w4a/GleasonATSBA17 fatcat:wkdjjbgmbvg37e5wubv4tzypny
Although the network effect generally enables larger networks to survive and thrive, exceptional cases have been observed, such as NateOn Messenger catching up with MSN Messenger in Korea (Case 1), KakaoTalk ... For the validity and reliability of our case studies, we used an evidence chain and case study protocol with a publicly-accessible LPSN index to determine which SNS is better for participating in or adding ... Acknowledgments: The authors give special thanks to Neena Bucks( A researcher in MIT)'s friendly review and editing help. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest. ...doi:10.3390/su12020502 fatcat:zaynrqpn3zfgfka43lix2cfpba
Three mobile applications were developed for training the visually impaired and to integrate existing smart mobile applications such as navigation and short message service (SMS) with the device BrailleBand ... The adaptability, usability and efficiency of reading was tested on a sample of blind users which reflected progressive results. ... We acknowledge the Blind School, Rathmalana, Sri Lanka for accommodating the testing and verification process by granting patient access. ...arXiv:1901.03329v1 fatcat:zwyh5cjcpnfthpqrwxqrbkyxx4
Spines are thought to act locally by preventing the chemical messengers made at a synapse from leaking into the rest of the dendrite. ... Wnt's effect at a distance is not due to its diffusion, as a single layer of Wnt-blind cells blocked the polarization of cells lying beyond it. ...doi:10.1083/jcb.1756rr1 pmcid:PMC2064692 fatcat:v6wl5h4dljhcteqvzbmbc3ub7e
Spines are thought to act locally by preventing the chemical messengers made at a synapse from leaking into the rest of the dendrite. ... Wnt's effect at a distance is not due to its diffusion, as a single layer of Wnt-blind cells blocked the polarization of cells lying beyond it. ...doi:10.1083/jcb.1756rr2 fatcat:hmpovrs73zg6plr7k3tzv3m5ci
Spines are thought to act locally by preventing the chemical messengers made at a synapse from leaking into the rest of the dendrite. ... Wnt's effect at a distance is not due to its diffusion, as a single layer of Wnt-blind cells blocked the polarization of cells lying beyond it. ...doi:10.1083/jcb.1756rr3 fatcat:xldoorpcxfhzfmc5sud2mizouy
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