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Update in hospital palliative care

Wendy G. Anderson, Lynn A. Flint, Jay R. Horton, Kimberly Johnson, Michelle Mourad, Bradley A. Sharpe
2013 Journal of Hospital Medicine  
A randomized controlled trial of a goals-of-care video for elderly patients admitted to skilled nursing facilities. J Palliat Med. 2012;15:805-811.  ...  reduce the noise from respiratory secretions when compared to placebo.  ... 
doi:10.1002/jhm.2110 pmid:24214838 pmcid:PMC3864762 fatcat:j634owmxhfb7njk7man5tinx4q

TV listening and hearing aids

Olaf Strelcyk, Gurjit Singh, Bolajoko O. Olusanya
2018 PLoS ONE  
HA users reported that they watched TV or video on average for 6 hours 10 min per day, 57 minutes longer than the duration reported by non-HA owners.  ...  The most frequently used compensation strategies were changing TV or HA volumes and using closed captioning. Only few HA users used audio streaming accessories.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank Trecia Brown for help with initial data collection and Peter Derleth, Inga Holube, Erin Picou, Todd Ricketts, Pavel Zahorik, Adam Goldberg, Dirk Oetting, Hannah Baumgartner  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0200083 pmid:29958299 pmcid:PMC6025866 fatcat:tjbswpdfljfu3lcs24qvhd5rya

Multimodal Interactive Continuous Scoring of Subjective 3D Video Quality of Experience

Taewan Kim, Jiwoo Kang, Sanghoon Lee, Alan C. Bovik
2014 IEEE transactions on multimedia  
Recorded human responses to 3D visualizations obtained via MICSQ correlate highly with measurements of spatial and temporal activity in the 3D video content.  ...  People experience a variety of 3D visual programs, such as 3D cinema, 3D TV and 3D games, making it necessary to deploy reliable methodologies for predicting each viewer's subjective experience.  ...  By audibly announcing the score every second, the subjects remain aware of the scores they are delivering, even if they are fully absorbed in watching the video.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tmm.2013.2292592 fatcat:5pablrdpmfbnleu33uz2eukfqu

Caring Newborn on Ventilator - Concepts, Comprehensions and Core Competencies

Vaidyanathan Radha
2013 IOSR Journal of Nursing and Health Science  
When the ventilator rate is less than 10 bpm the infant should be extubated Weaning vary from newborn to newborn from days to week or more Gradual Keep close watch for complications If repeated intubations  ...  ventilatory weaning Stable infant for at least 24 hrs with no inotropic support FiO2 reduced to 50 % with PaO2 value remaining 50 -80 mmHg.  ... 
doi:10.9790/1959-0163843 fatcat:ycanv52bszemjn5hrapnzv4sjq

The next generation of Nucleus®fitting: A multiplatform approach towards universal cochlear implant management

Andrew Botros, Rami Banna, Saji Maruthurkkara
2013 International Journal of Audiology  
Acknowledgements The authors thank Jane Cockburn and Barry Alderton for their insights and suggestions on the manuscript.  ...  Fitting, in this scenario, is reduced to a single Master Volume adjustment after surgery.  ...  Before creating programs using the RAF methodology, subjects principally watched a fi ve minute demonstration video of the method and received no clinician intervention during the fi tting.  ... 
doi:10.3109/14992027.2013.781277 pmid:23617610 pmcid:PMC3696341 fatcat:4tjobbkxofe6rhepzyzuwwinwe

Audio Projection

Woon-Seng Gan, Ee-Leng Tan, Sen Kuo
2011 IEEE Signal Processing Magazine  
In 1963, Westervelt [1] described how an audible difference-frequency signal is generated from two high-frequency collimated (or aligned) beams of sound.  ...  The nonlinear interaction of primary waves in mediums (such as air and water) produces an end-fire array of virtual acoustics sources that is referred to as the parametric  ...  We are also grateful to Mr. Kevin Kuo for proofreading the initial version of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1109/msp.2010.938755 fatcat:nc2ldfvv4bhxznyznbrs57azhu

The Influence of Self-Disclosure on School-Age Children's Perceptions of Children Who Stutter

Courtney T Byrd, Zoi Gkalitsiou
2016 Journal of Child and Adolescent Behaviour  
, when controlling for observer and speaker gender.  ...  Additionally, when controlling for self-disclosure and observer gender, observers were more likely to choose the female speaker as more friendly and intelligent compared to the male speaker and they were  ...  We would also like to thank Dr. Michael Mahometa and Sally Amen for their assistance with the statistical analyses.  ... 
doi:10.4172/2375-4494.1000296 fatcat:rxllbn7rwzctfj7rdkbf6o46om

The Pen Is Milder Than the Blade: Identification Marking Mice Using Ink on the Tail Appears More Humane Than Ear-Punching Even with Local Anaesthetic

Charlotte C. Burn, Nur H. B. Mazlan, Natalie Chancellor, Dominic J. Wells
2021 Animals  
We compared marked mice, unmarked cagemates, and control mice (n = 12–13/group) for 5 weeks, reapplying MP weekly.  ...  MP mice showed no differences from controls, whilst EP and EP+A mice showed altered behaviour, so ink-marking may be the more humane identification method.  ...  Acknowledgments: Many thanks to Noelia Lopez-Salesansky for her assistance and advice on many practical aspects of the work, R Fowkes for assistance with corticosterone analysis, and Yu-Mei Ruby Chang  ... 
doi:10.3390/ani11061664 fatcat:aplybpluj5ar7aw2rdp7fi2dta

DoggyVision: Examining how dogs (Canis familiaris) interact with media using a dog-driven proximity tracker device

Ilyena Hirskyj-Douglas, Janet C. Read
2018 Animal Behavior and Cognition  
what extent, and for how long, dogs attend to media on screens.  ...  Recordings show that dogs did attend to the screen but did not appear, in this study, to change their activation behaviors around the TV screen between being in no control (week 1), and in some control  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to Dr Brendan Cassidy for his assistance in the construction of the program along with Dr. Daniel Fitton who also aided in this aspect.  ... 
doi:10.26451/abc.05.04.06.2018 fatcat:ue3iv635zbcodebgn5axz3iska

Training pet dogs for eye-tracking and awake fMRI

Sabrina Karl, Magdalena Boch, Zsófia Virányi, Claus Lamm, Ludwig Huber
2019 Behavior Research Methods  
welfare-that is, without using aversive training methods or any other compromises to the dog's well-being for both methods.  ...  By documenting and validating our training approach here, we aim to inspire others to use our methods to apply eye-tracking or fMRI for their investigations of canine behavior and cognition.  ...  The dogs were rewarded after we had already stopped the videos, to avoid training effects on their watching patterns for future eye-tracker tests.  ... 
doi:10.3758/s13428-019-01281-7 pmid:31313137 fatcat:rijcabzpifanraenlptsog2omu

Monitoring with Head-Mounted Displays: Performance and Safety in a Full-Scale Simulator and Part-Task Trainer

David Liu, Simon A. Jenkins, Penelope M. Sanderson, Marcus O. Watson, Terrence Leane, Amanda Kruys, W John Russell
2009 Anesthesia and Analgesia  
RESULTS: Experiment 1 showed that neither wearing the HMD nor adjusting the focus setting reduced participants' ability to detect events (the number of events detected and time to detect events).  ...  METHODS: Experiment 1 investigated whether wearing a HMD would affect how quickly anesthesiologists detect events, and whether the focus setting of the HMD (near or far) makes any difference.  ...  task and physically constrained while operating the scope with both hands and watching the scope's video output.  ... 
doi:10.1213/ane.0b013e3181b5a200 pmid:19762741 fatcat:weonwkwoczhrtf5yrqfr5c45ve

The Carrot Approach: Encouraging Use of Location Systems [chapter]

Kieran Mansley, Alastair R. Beresford, David Scott
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We have analysed the needs of people within the coverage area, and used this to motivate a set of highly targeted location-aware applications which we believe are compelling enough for individuals to induce  ...  The Active Bat system provides the ability to locate users and equipment with a high degree of accuracy and coverage. Despite this, participation is low.  ...  Acknowledgements Thanks go to Alastair Tse for building the Python-SPIRIT interface library, Rob Harle for his help with the Active Bat system, Andy Rice for his comments and work on the visitor interface  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-30119-6_22 fatcat:pgzsnpalybdwjclh3leaawdglu

D2.1. User Centered Design

ANNA MATAMALA, PILAR ORERO
2019 Zenodo  
D2.1 documents all activities and their results in the development of ImAC user scenarios and provides detailed user cases for the selected scenarios  ...  control the audio description track in relation to the main media i.e., volume of the track and type -object based, surround, stereo etc.  ...  (only for visually impaired users) Which of the following controls would you like to use with your screenreader /magnification tool when watching content online?  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3406510 fatcat:hpryryk745dkjjbqzcv4vufshy

The Sounding Sewing Machine: Re-Voicing Gendered Media Histories

2020 Sonic Scope: New Approaches to Audiovisual Culture  
However, due to the COVID-19 crisis, the event was postponed and video documentation of the performance was created without a live audience (see Video 1).  ...  Media archaeology is a heterogeneous discipline within the humanities, social sciences and media studies which seeks to understand new media 0:00 Video 1. Video of the full performance.  ...  Ultimately, this was the method I chose to follow and develop, as it allowed for controlled modulation of the tape loop.  ... 
doi:10.21428/66f840a4.985232e3 fatcat:kw7fpi2hyvb5rou572rji7nmmu

Lessons learned using ubiquitous sensors for data collection in real homes

Jennifer Beaudin, Stephen Intille, Emmanuel Munguia Tapia
2004 Extended abstracts of the 2004 conference on Human factors and computing systems - CHI '04  
Interface design for the home requires a realistic understanding of the complexity and richness of the human activities that go on there; it is our goal to develop tools that enable HCI investigation in  ...  We offer practical tips we have learned from our experience and describe how we are applying them to the design of our next generation of sensors.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank our participants for having us into their homes and being patient with our initial efforts at capturing their everyday experiences.  ... 
doi:10.1145/985921.986064 dblp:conf/chi/BeaudinIT04 fatcat:vi54ch4nhjc45od3fjmwiuweai
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