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Collaborative Indoor Access Point Localization Using Autonomous Mobile Robot Swarm.

Localization of access points has become an important research problem due to the wide range of applications it addresses such as dismantling critical security threats caused by rogue access points or optimizing wireless coverage of access points within a service area. Existing proposed solutions have mostly relied on theoretical hypotheses or computer simulation to demonstrate the efficiency of their methods. The techniques that rely on estimating the distance using samples of the received signal strength ...

Pure Retroperitoneal Optical Access Trocar for Lumbar Diseases in Adults: A Step-by-Step Technique.

The primary end point of this study was to describe step by step the technique of the pure retroperitoneal optical access trocar (PROAT) in adults. The secondary end point was to access between-group differences in perioperative outcomes.

Hospitalization among migrants in Italy: Access to health care as an opportunity for integration and inclusion.

This paper analyzes migrant access to health care by comparing hospitalizations of native and immigrant population with respect the Tuscany Region (Italy). In the analyses, a critical gap both for legal and undocumented migrant population is highlighted. Indeed, we found some key differences between the migrant and native populations related to the use of specific hospital services in Tuscany and, indirectly, of community and primary care services. Moreover, especially for undocumented migrants, hospitals s...

Nanoscale Phase Measurement for the Shale Challenge: Multi-component Fluids in Multi-scale Volumes.

Hydrocarbon recovery from shale reservoirs provides an increasing share of world energy. These resources are multi-component fluid mixtures within multi-scale geometries, and understanding their associated phase-change thermodynamics presents an array of challenges for experimentalists, theorists, operators and policy makers. Here, we quantify hydrocarbon mixture phase behavior via direct imaging of connected channels spanning four orders of magnitude (10 nm - 10 μm) with supporting density functional theo...

Assembly of a series of coordination polymers built from rigid a tetracarboxylate ligand and flexible bis(imidazole) linker: syntheses, structural diversities, luminescence sensing, and photocatalytic properties.

Hydrothermal reactions of aromatic terphenyl-4,2'',5'',4'-tetracarboxylic acid (H4tta) and transitional metal cations in the presence of two flexible N-donor ancillary ligands afforded four novel coordination polymers, namely, {[Zn(tta)0.5(m-bimb)]·H2O}n (1), [Ni2(tta)(m-bimb)2(H2O)]n (2), [Ni(H2tta)(o-bimb)·H2O]n (3), and [Cd(tta)0.5(o-bimb)]n (4), from solvothermal reactions in the presence of bis(imidazole) bridging linkers (m-bimb = 1,3-bis(imidazol-1-ylmethyl)benzene, and o-bimb = 1,2-bis(imidazol-1-...

Similarity of Slovak Regions in Neoplastic Mortality in the Context of Risk Factors and Access to Health Care.

Access to primary health care is highly connected to the prevention of cancer mortality, since the risk factors threatening health can be early identified. The aim of this paper is, firstly, to explore similarity within and between the regions of the Slovak Republic and cancer mortality patterns, and secondly, to reveal if similar regions are characterised by the similar access to health care or risk factors occurrence.

Access to drinking water: time matters.

Despite the reported achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) with respect to drinking water, lack of access to water remains widespread worldwide. The indicator used there to measure access to water in the MDGs refers to the use of an improved water source. However, the amount of time spent in collecting water is high in countries where access to drinking water supplies located on premises is not common. 26.3% of the world's population did not have such access in 2015. Thus the need to travel...

Rewiring chemical networks based on dynamic dithioacetal and disulfide bonds.

The control of the connectivity between nodes of synthetic networks is still largely unexplored. To address this point we take advantage of a simple dynamic chemical system with two exchange levels that are mutually connected and can be activated simultaneously or sequentially. Dithioacetals and disulfides can be exchanged simultaneously under UV light in the presence of a sensitizer. Crossover reactions between both exchange processes produce a fully connected chemical network. On the other hand, the use o...


As a result of the drastic increase in the number of mobile device users, there is considerable public debate about possible health hazards especially due to base stations and Wi-Fi access points. For this reason, in this study the effects of the number of users in a base station and wireless fidelity (Wi-Fi) access point on electric field strength (E) levels were investigated using real-time measurements. Two-stage E measurements were performed on Ondokuz Mayıs University's (OMU) Kurupelit Campus with a P...

Planning and evaluation for vascular access in the elderly.

Vascular access is of vital importance for patients requiring dialysis therapies. AV fistulas have been endorsed by many professional societies as the access of choice, however, subsequent creation does not go without consequences. As the population ages and patients become more medically complex, access failure has become a major cause of treatment complication. For the elderly, this is especially true and there are multiple decision points that require careful reflection before an AVF is placed. This arti...

Impact of presumed service-connected diagnosis on the Department of Veterans Affairs healthcare utilization patterns of Vietnam-Theater Veterans: A cross-sectional study.

During the Vietnam War, the US military sprayed almost 20 million gallons of Agent Orange (AO), an herbicide contaminated with dioxin, over Vietnam. Approximately, 2.7 million US military personnel may have been exposed to AO during their deployment. Ordinarily, veterans who can demonstrate a nexus between a diagnosed condition and military service are eligible for Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) service-connected disability compensation. Vietnam Veterans have had difficulty, however, establishing a nex...

Access to a scale and self-weighing habits among public housing residents.

Having access to a scale is essential for individuals to engage in self-weighing; however, few studies examine scale access, particularly among low-income individuals. Our objectives were to (i) determine how many public housing residents have access to a scale and (ii) describe their self-weighing habits. We conducted a cross-sectional survey of public housing residents in Baltimore, MD, from August 2014 to August 2015. Participants answered questions about their access to a scale ('yes'/'no') and daily se...

Childhood Trauma and the Inability to Access Hospital Care Among People who Inject Drugs.

Childhood traumatic experiences can disrupt attachment, influence personality development, and precipitate chronic disease. Although the repercussions of these experiences may also pose a barrier to healthcare, few studies have examined the association between childhood trauma and access to healthcare. Therefore, we sought to investigate whether a history of childhood trauma is associated with self-reported inability to access hospital care among persons who inject drugs (PWID). Data were derived from two p...

A new three-dimensional nonscanning laser imaging system based on the illumination pattern of a point-light-source array.

One of the most important goals of research on three-dimensional nonscanning laser imaging systems is the improvement of the illumination system. In this paper, a new three-dimensional nonscanning laser imaging system based on the illumination pattern of a point-light-source array is proposed. This array is obtained using a fiber array connected to a laser array with each unit laser having independent control circuits. This system uses a point-to-point imaging process, which is realized using the exact corr...

New autofocus and reconstruction method based on a connected domain.

In this Letter, we propose a new method for auto-focusing and reconstruction without defocus noise in optical scanning holography. By using a connected domain (CD) to calculate the area of different domains, which are labeled by a connected component, the focus distance can be found via the smallest area of each CD. Meanwhile, the sectional images without defocus noise can also be reconstructed based on the labeled domains. The effectiveness of this method has been verified with a simulation and experiments...

Diabetes research in primary care: Fiction, reality or essential?

Primary health care is increasingly the first point of contact in many health systems around the world. The World Organization of Family Doctors (WONCA) identifies primary care as a first-contact access point for each new need, in addition to providing long-term person-focused follow-up and not just disease-focused care. Thus, comprehensive care of most of a patient's health needs is coordinated in primary care [1]. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

Disability Rating, Age at Death, and Cause of Death in U.S. Veterans with Service-Connected Conditions.

The association between disability and cause of death in Veterans with service-connected disabilities has not been studied. The objective of this study was to compare age at death, military service and disability characteristics, including disability rating, and cause of death by year of birth. We also examined cause of death for specific service-connected conditions.

Percutaneous neonatal carotid access for interventional catheterization.

Neonatal percutaneous carotid access is a safe technique that compares favorably to neonatal surgical carotid access. Mid-term ultrasound and angiographic follow after percutaneous carotid access shows 100% vessel patency rate with no severe stenoses or aneurysms detected. Mild stenosis (

Branched Thoraco-Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair with Branch Access Through a Transapical Left Ventricular Approach.

Branched thoracic aortic aneurysm repair requires arterial access from above the diaphragm in order to insert the visceral branches. This is routinely performed from the subclavian, axillary or carotid arteries and less commonly direct thoracic aorta puncture. The left ventricular apex is an alternative access route which is commonly used for percutaneous aortic valve replacement and rarely used for EVAR, FEVAR and TEVAR access. Here we describe two patients for which the left ventricular apex was the most ...

Integrative literature review: access to primary healthcare services.

Analyze the scientific production that describes the type of access to primary healthcare services and identify specific populations that have differentiated access to health services.

Improving Expanded Access in the United States: The Role of the Institutional Review Board.

The FDA allows patients with a serious or immediately life-threatening illness to use investigational medical products outside of clinical trials through its "expanded access" program. In response to criticism that the process to apply for expanded access is too onerous, numerous changes have been made over the last few years. These have been largely focused on the FDA and the pharmaceutical industry, while institutional review boards (IRBs)-which must approve expanded access protocols, except in emergencie...

Fascial suture technique versus open femoral access for thoracic endovascular aortic repair.

Fascial suture technique (FST) has proved to be a safe and effective access closure technique after endovascular repair of the abdominal aorta. FST has not yet been investigated for closure of large-bore access after thoracic endovascular aortic repair (TEVAR). The aim of this study was to compare FST with open femoral access in terms of access safety, hemostasis efficacy, and reintervention rate after TEVAR.

Access to Medicines for Improving Access to Safe Anesthetic Care.

An ethical framework for the creation, governance and evaluation of accelerated access programs.

There are increasing demands on regulators and insurers internationally to provide access to medicines more quickly, and often on the basis of less robust evidence of safety, efficacy or cost-effectiveness than have traditionally been required. These demands arise from a number of sources, including those advocating for access to medicines for patients with life-threatening diseases, rare diseases, or subsets of common diseases and where entire populations are threatened in the context of public health emer...

Advances and Developments in Vascular Access in Japan.

There are several ways to gain vascular access, including creating an internal shunt, superficialization of the brachial artery, and use of an artificial blood vessel or a catheter. This article describes recent advances and future directions in the field of vascular access in Japan.

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