Ppt on condition monitoring devices

WHO, WHAT, HOW, WHY, WHEN and WHERE

[1st Dist.] 1997, pet. ref’d). Courts have no authority to put conditions on misdemeanor appeal bonds that are not provided for by statute.  In this case, the conditions that the defendant: 1) submit to random UA;  2) place interlock device on vehicle;  3)home confinement;  4) electronic monitoring were upheld.  Condition that he attend AA was held to be invalid. THREE PRONG TEST Art/


LESSONS LEARNED FROM EVALUATING NAVAJO NATION SURFACE WATER MEASUREMENT AND MONITORING SYSTEM AREGAI TECLE (Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ),

28-30, 2009 PRESENTATION INCLUDES: Purposes for surface water measurement and monitoring Purposes for surface water measurement and monitoring Measurement devices or approaches Measurement devices or approaches Data types Data types Methods of data retrieval or collection/& degradation Channel aggredation & degradation Stilling well & vegetation BLACK CREEK STREAMFLOW CHART ASSAYI CREEK : GAGE CONDITION Concerns with Assayi Creek gage 1.Invasion by vegetation 3. Data have not been regularly 2.Sediment /


Electrical Stimulation and Monitoring Devices of the CNS: An Imaging Review Sohil Patel MD 1, Casey Halpern MD 2, David Mossa RT 1, Vincent Timpone MD.

allow minimization of the subsequent surgical resection. – Detection of eloquent cortex Electrodes can be stimulated to localize nearby eloquent cortex. MRI compatibility: Safe and conditional devices exist for scanning at 1.5T Subdural and depth electrodes Intracranial EEG monitoring in an 18 year old with partial complex seizures. Subdural and depth electrodes Subdural grid electrodes (short solid arrows). Subdural and depth electrodes Depth/


HART, SNMP, TNM, BacNet, MMS

door air condition passenger info light power brakes vehicle equipment maintenance tool Network Management defines a set of services for: TNM - Services managed objects agent agent agent PLCs network manager SPY engineering workstation agent agent agent simple devices Network Management defines a set of services for: • development, testing and conformance testing • commissioning: configuration, downloading, routing and marshalling • operation: error and performance monitoring • maintenance/


Industrial Automation Automation Industrielle Industrielle Automation 4Application Layer Protocols 4.1 Device Management Protocols protocolos de gestión.

Server NETWORK- TRIGGERED plant Event Action Event Enrolment Event Condition TriggerEvent EventNotification events are triggered by a change in a boolean variable in the server (monitored event) or by an MMS client (trigger event) as an invitation procedure cyclic monitoring AckEventNotification boolean variable MONITORED Device access protocols 4.1 - 31 Industrial Automation 2013 VMD: Virtual Manufacturing Device Program Invocation Named Variable Named Variable List File Types/


Intelligent Ships Symposium: Condition Based Maintenance Plus Best Practices to Meet Modern Surface Ship Technical Challenges of COTS Electronics May 21,

Coefficient of thermal expansion mismatches o Repeated temperature cycling leads to device failure due to mechanical fatigue Condition Monitoring Opportunities: o Health parameters to monitor:  Output ON voltage VCE  On-state resistance RDS o Infra-red thermography o Monitor Localized hot spots IGBT Health Monitoring Study Results: Transistor turn-off time identified as precursor Testing by monitoring turn-off time during switching cycles Six transistors in “out/


Brno University of Technology CESNET z.s.p.o University Campus Network Monitoring in Everyday Life Tomáš Podermański,

, process Disk subsystemDisk subsystem –External disk array with own management port –Raid status –Disk condition (S.M.A.R.T.) Monitoring system SNMP IPMI Other Network Device Monitoring HardwareHardware –Chassis temperature –Fan condition –Power status State of the operating systemState of the operating system –CPU –Load –Memory Monitoring system SNMP Network Connection – L1 Monitoring Port statusPort status –Link UP/DOWN –Speed –Errors on interfaces –Traffic on interfaces/


1 NIH-DAIDS/MRB/IPCP Medical Device & Microbicide Regulatory Training Robert J. Russell President - RJR Consulting March 15-16 2011.

progress reports and delivering a final report  Disqualification  Will not continue to receive investigational devices if requirements are repeatedly not followed 47 Clinical Research Monitor (CRA) Responsibilities  Primary liaison between the sponsor and the investigator  Interviews & / However, some countries will approve based on prior US or EU approval  In some instances, conditional marketing authorizations are approved with incomplete clinical data in market need is high  Some African regulatory /


Leadership. Knowledge. Community. Recommendations on Heart Failure: Update 2009 Diagnosis and management of right-sided heart failure, myocarditis, device.

sustained and nonsustained). Frequent ventricular extrasystoles (>1000/24 h) on Holter monitor Familial history of premature sudden death (<35 yrs) due to suspected ARVC/ parasites, foreign material) In situ thrombosis Sickle cell disease Inflammatory conditions Schistosomiasis Sarcoidosis Others Pulmonary capillary hemangiomatosis 44 Myocarditis 45 Recommendations Myocarditis /et al. Can J Cardiol 2009;25(2):85-105. 57 Device Therapy for HF: Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator Recommendations (cont’d) An/


Critical Access Hospitals (CAH) What every CAH needs to know about the Conditions of Participation (CoPs)

, endotracheal tubes, ambu bag/valve/mask, oxygen, tourniquets, immobilization devices, nasogastric tubes, splints, IV therapy supplies, suction machine, defibrillator, cardiac monitor, chest tubes, and indwelling urinary catheters. 107 Emergency Equipment 204 / right to receive information in order to make healthcare decisions,  information should include medical condition, changes in condition, the benefits, reasonable risks of the recommended treatment, and reasonable alternatives,  Financial costs/


TOSHIBA AI R CONDITIONING Putting you in control… Interactive Intelligence Putting you in Control… Controls V 1.08 Sebastien Desmottes - Controls Development.

– The indoor or outdoor unit will shutdown – The “alarm” volt free contacts will operate to control any suitable external device connected to the control box Note: The system must be manually reset using the reset buttons on the control box after replacing/ Note: RBC-WG1-PE cannot be used in conjunction with any other Central Controller TOSHIBA AI R CONDITIONING Putting you in control… Link Between Controls Product Energy Monitoring RBC-EM1-PE is an add-on to RBC-WP1-PE –Consists of: One power meter Current/


XPECT Study Physician Presentation. XPECT Study 1 Purpose Quantify the performance of the first implantable leadless cardiac monitor (ICM) with dedicated.

There are no known contraindications for the implant of the Reveal ® XT Insertable Cardiac Monitor. However, the patient’s particular medical condition may dictate whether or not a subcutaneous, chronically implanted device can be tolerated. Warnings/Precautions 9529 Reveal ® XT Insertable Cardiac Monitor Patients with the Reveal ® XT Insertable Cardiac Monitor should avoid sources of diathermy, high sources of radiation, electrosurgical cautery, external defibrillation, lithotripsy/


Brno University of Technology CESNET z.s.p.o University Campus Network Monitoring in Everyday Life Tomáš Podermański,

, process Disk subsystemDisk subsystem –External disk array with own management port –Raid status –Disk condition (S.M.A.R.T.) Monitoring system SNMP IPMI Other Network Device Monitoring HardwareHardware –Chassis temperature –Fan condition –Power status State of the operating systemState of the operating system –CPU –Load –Memory Monitoring system SNMP Network Connection – L1 Monitoring Port statusPort status –Link UP/DOWN –Speed –Errors on interfaces –Traffic on interfaces/


BOND CONDITIONS Presented by: Matthew A. King Tarrant County Criminal Magistrate.

particularly in the evening. What can you do? Answer: B. You can issue a bail condition order that imposes a curfew on the defendant and require him to wear an electronic monitoring device. a.As a magistrate you can order a peace officer to watch his house in the/ evenings for the next few nights, OR b.You can issue a bail condition order that imposes a curfew on the defendant and requires him to wear an electronic monitoring device, OR c.None of the above. CCP 17.43- (Home curfew) Home curfew /


Focus on Hemodynamic Monitoring and Circulatory Assist Devices (Relates to Chapter 66, “Nursing Management: Critical Care,” in the textbook) Copyright.

The transducer converts the pressure wave into an electronic signal. The transducer is wired to the electronic monitoring system, which amplifies, conditions, displays, and records the signal. Stopcocks are inserted into the line for specimen withdrawal and for/ therapy Copyright © 2011, 2007 by Mosby, Inc., an affiliate of Elsevier Inc. 70 Nursing Management Circulatory Assist Devices  Similar to care for patient with an IABP Observe patient for bleeding, cardiac tamponade, ventricular failure, infection, /


Remote Monitoring (RMON) RFC 2819 Remote network monitoring management information base (RMONI) RFC 2819 Remote network monitoring management information.

monitor can be configured to recognize conditions, most notably error conditions, and continuously to check for them. –When one of these conditions occurs, the event may be logged, and management stations may be notified in a number of ways. Goals (RFC2819) (4) Value Added Data Value Added Data –The remote network monitoring device/–RMON MIB defines objects to be represented several commands Control of Remote Monitor Devices (2) Modifying Parameters Modifying Parameters –First, invalidate the control entry, /


CMS HOSPITAL CONDITIONS OF PARTICIPATION (COPS) 2016 Patient Rights The Most Problematic Standards for Hospitals.

 Disruptive/combative  History of hip fracture/falls  Self injury  Interference with treatments  Removal of medical devices  Other: ____________________________ Reasons to Restrain 127  Restraints can only be used when less restrictive interventions have been determined/be documentation of this in the medical record Rule #20 1:1 Monitoring R&S 183 175  Documentation will include least restrictive interventions, conditions or symptoms that warranted RS, patient’s response to intervention, and /


Redmond Protocols Plugfest 2016 Kam Kouladjie Windows 10 Device Health Attestation (DHA) Microsoft OSG, Enterprise and Security R&D June 2016.

Attestation (DHA)  Define security compliance baseline for different operational environments  Monitor and report on device compliance  Detect violations  Trigger remote corrective actions  On enrolled devices (i.e. disable features, lock devices, initiate remote wipe,..)  Or enforce conditional access (i.e. prevent access to online enterprise resources..) Device Health Attestation enables organizations to: Windows 10, Device Health Attestation (DHA)  Data Collection (i.e. Anomaly analysis, Audit/


CMS HOSPITAL CONDITIONS OF PARTICIPATION (COPS) 2016 Part 2 of 4 What PPS Hospitals Need to Know.

 Disruptive/combative  History of hip fracture/falls  Self injury  Interference with treatments  Removal of medical devices  Other: ____________________________ Reasons to Restrain 121  Restraints can only be used when less restrictive interventions have been determined/be documentation of this in the medical record Rule #20 1:1 Monitoring R&S 183 169  Documentation will include least restrictive interventions, conditions or symptoms that warranted RS, patient’s response to intervention, and /


Environmental Monitoring Considerations

controlled manufacturing areas Should be supplied with HEPA filtered air Should meet class 100,000 conditions during static conditions Critical Area Aseptic processing area where sterile products, components or in-process products are exposed/exhausts it beyond the motor. Settle plates - qualitative; may be useful in worst case locations Microbial Monitoring Devices Surface contaminant monitoring devices: Contact Plates - plates filled with nutrient agar; for regular surfaces Swabs - useful for hard to/


Investigational Device Exemption (IDE) Overview for IRBs

disapproves or FDA conditionally approves which means there are no safety concerns and the study can begin while deficiencies are being addressed After FDA approval and IRB approval the SR device study can begin Non-significant risk device Any device that is not significant risk Examples: caries removal solution contact lens, daily wear gastroenterology and urology endoscopes and/or accessories externally worn monitors for insulin/


MEDICAL DEVICE CLINICAL RESEARCH AND REIMBURSEMENT CONFERENCE

plan, applicable FDA regulations and/or any other conditions of approval imposed by the reviewing IRB or FDA. HOT TOPICS AND ENFORCEMENT 2008/2009 Warning Letter Issues for Device Trial Sponsors (cont’d) Failure to ensure adequate monitoring of the investigation and to include written procedures for monitoring of the investigational plan. Failure to accurately document device shipments in records. Failure to prepare and submit/


Physical Journal Device Platform. Physical Journal Device Platform (PJDP) is the total solution for health management Physical Journal Device Platform.

a patient and provide a more proper treatment program a healthcare professional can get more health info of a patient and provide a more proper treatment program Physical Journal Device Platform (Summary) PJDP make it possible for a person to achieve a better health by monitoring the health conditions, getting healthcare professionals inputs, checking the progress while follow the instruction from the professionals


Discovery 1-4 Loop Analogue Addressable Control Panels

addition to the LCD display. User Controls The backlit LCD display gives information of loop, device and zone number, device type and event condition, together with a user-definable text description. The text descriptions give the user clear, //sounder circuit controller O/S - Input/Output device ION - Ionisation smoke sensor MON - Monitor (zone monitor, control monitor) OPT - Optical smoke sensor HEAT - Heat sensor BGU - Call point or call point monitor System LED indications are provided in addition to /


Compliance Assurance Monitoring (CAM) Panel Peter Westlin, EMC Barrett Parker, EMC.

due later this year). What is the difference between excursions and exceedances? Exceedance (excess emissions) – condition detected by monitoring in terms of applicable standard that emissions are beyond limit - e.g., CEMS or PEMS data Excursion – departure from indicator range established in accordance with part 64 - control device parameter data What is the source’s compliance status during excursions? Potential problem in the/


Alcohol Monitoring Technologies: Tools to Supervise Impaired Driving Offenders Erin Holmes Research Scientist Traffic Injury Research Foundation MADCP.

., cough syrup, mouth wash). >The NHTSA specifications state that the alcohol interlock device must prevent the driver from starting the vehicle (even in extreme heat or cold conditions) 98% of the time when the BrAC is.065% or greater. 13 / compliance: 99.7% (SD Office of AG, 2014). 47 Effectiveness of CAM > NHTSA case studies examined programs that utilize transdermal alcohol monitoring devices in CO, MO, NE, NY, ND, and WI (McKnight, Fell, and Auld-Owens 2012; available online: www.nhtsa.gov/staticfiles/


CISB422 Sensor Networks.  Definition:  Wiki: consists of spatially distributed autonomous sensors to monitor physical or environmental conditions, such.

links “enabling interaction between people or computers and the surrounding environment”  Verdone et all, 2008  A collection of small randomly dispersed devices that provide 3 main functions:-  Ability to monitor physical and environmental conditions (real time)  Ability to operate devices that control the conditions  Ability to provide efficient, reliable communications via wireless network  Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)  1978: Distributed Sensor Nets Workshop  Early/


Hospital Preparedness: A Pilot Program for Radiation Monitoring in Emergency Departments CAPT Michael A. Noska, MS, USPHS Dept. of Health and Human Services/

Hospital Boston Mary Washington Hospital, Fredericksburg, VA  Final revisions to materials completed Project Specifics  Monitors mounted at ED entrances  Total of 9 devices in 3 hospitals  Devices have local alarms and remote alarms at central area  Data transmitted from each device via software every 5 seconds (2 seconds if alarm condition) Min/Max/Avg readings calculated daily QA check with Cesium-137 check source performed/


ASEAN WORKING GROUP ON WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (AWGWRM)

efficiency and reduce water consumption. Through sustainable and efficient design and use of water conservation devices, as well as proper monitoring and management, PUB aims to help businesses save 10% of their monthly water consumption, thereby/ pollution in terms of area-base management. To regulate laws, standards and guidelines of wastewater management in the condition of manufacturing permits. (Thailand State of Pollution Report 2009) Defining standards for wastewater disposed from point sources such/


Record/Device/Driver Support Shanghai EPICS Seminar Thursday , 8/31 J.Odagiri.

queue and send it back to the client process() Is Responsible For… Set record active while it is being processed Perform I/O (with aid of device support) Check for record specific alarm conditions Raise database monitors Request processing of forward links How process() processes Flink static long process (void *precprd) { rompinRecord *prompin = …..…. recGblFwdLink ( prompin );..…. } Global Record Support Routines ( base/src/db ) recGblSetSevr/


How long will the test last?

time Cannot be used in home inspections Advantages Can collect several samples in one day Can observe conditions while sampling Disadvantages Not certain how well it correlates with long-term integrated measurement Requires additional training and/ test period Active devices Use for short-term tests Continuous radon monitor Continuous working level monitor Use for short-term tests Air either diffuses or is pumped into a counting chamber Active devices Continuous radon monitors Advantages Provide results /


Industrial Ontologies Group University of Jyväskylä UBIWARE: UBIWARE: “Device” “Expert” “Service” Resource Agent “Smart Semantic Middleware for the Internet.

Nagy  Arnim Bleier  Nikos Mouchtaris Three alternative trends of Web development Human Communities Machines, devices, computers Facilitates Human-to- Human interaction Facilitates Software-to- Software interaction Facilitates Machine-to- /of self- managed, complex, flexible and extendable industrial systems (e.g. information-, business intelligence-, expert-, condition monitoring-, diagnostics-, maintenance-, etc. systems) consisting of mobile, distributed, heterogeneous, self-descriptive, self-aware, /


Tank Operations Contract 1 TOC-Pres-15-2199 Physiological Monitoring for Heat Stress Management Mike Schmoldt, MS, MS, MBA CIH, PE, CHMM, CPEA Principal.

workplace monitoring. It was updated in Feb. 2014 to modernize and clarify some sections. –Worker Monitoring Programs Every worker who works in extraordinary conditions that increase the risk of heat stress should be personally monitored. These conditions include/heart rate testing ISO 10993-1 Biological evaluation of medical devices – Part 1: Evaluation and testing Tank Operations Contract 24 Continuous Heart Rate Monitoring Physiological monitoring pulse rate using a Polar H7 pulse oximeter. Tank /


Monitoring System Monitors Basics Monitor Types Alarms Actions RRD Charts Reports.

configured on Devices or Ports and in that context are executed 3 Monitors Execution status, period, timeout Variables – keeps the measured values Shown with an indexed number: var(1), var(2)... var(0) – control variable 4 Monitor Types Basic types of Monitors are: SNMP Monitor Port Monitor Traffic Monitor Ping Monitor NMAP Monitor External Monitor Pre-defined and often used SNMP Monitors are: Packets Monitor BGP Monitor CPU Load Monitor System Memory Monitor 5 SNMP/


11-1 Network Management. 11-2 Network Management u NM is defined as the process of: Operating Monitoring Controlling of the network to ensure that: It.

correlate the error-messages into a pattern u And provides report on: Configuration information Traffic volume Error info and conditions for each device 11-60 Application NW-MSW u Builds on the Device-NW-MSW u Does not monitor the system/devices, but u But, monitors the applications u Informs the NW-manager if any problem occurs u Tracks delays and problems with the application-layer/


Management of Networks with Constrained Devices: Use Cases Dan Romascanu

to detect any events or changes of the structural conditions that can impact the risk and safety of the infrastructure being monitored. Another secondary goal is to schedule repair and maintenance activities in a cost-effective manner. – The management of infrastructure monitoring applications is primarily concerned with the monitoring of the functioning of the system. Infrastructure monitoring devices are typically rolled out and installed by dedicated/


Chapter 3 Sensor Technology

value of capacitance reaches a threshold. At threshold point the trigger circuit will turn on the output switching device. Thus the output modules function as normally open, normally closed, or changeover switches. Capacitive Proximity Sensors / percentage of sensing range and is frequently affected by environmental conditions. Terminology of Ultrasonic Sensor Target Good Targets: Ultrasonic sensors function best in the detection and monitoring of objects with a relatively high density. Solid, liquid /


Monitoring is a human right. Monitoring is a human right. Anesthetist relies on his/her natural senses to monitor the patient. Anesthetist relies on.

of critical conditions. Assessment of critical conditions. Monitor is a Latin word “ monere ” which means “ to warn ” Monitor is a Latin word “ monere ” which means “ to warn ” Any monitor consists of: Any monitor consists of: 1) Sensor. 2) System for data collection. 3) System for interpretation. Simple classification of monitoring devices Class sensor data collect. interpret. I Human Human Human II Device Human Human III Device Device Human IV Device Device Device Degree of/


2016-5-261 SDN based Network Security Monitoring in Dynamic Cloud Networks Xiuzhen CHEN School of Information Security Engineering Shanghai Jiao Tong University,

arc between two nodes i and j Minimal cost flow problem Linear Programming 2 ) Finding path satisfying the conditions in our problem domain, including passive security devices and in-line security devices. Content Background Characteristics of cloud network Challenges we meet Architecture of Cloud Security Monitor Analysis of concrete scenario Analysis of concrete scenario 2016-5-2619 Analysis of concrete scenario 20 Network layout/


1 Input & Output  Input and Output: What is the difference between the two? (pg. 253) Classify devices into input or output hardware  Terminals: What.

“Minority Report”? 20 Input & Output  Input and Output: What is the difference between the two? (pg. 253) Classify devices into input or output hardware  Terminals: What is the difference between dumb terminals, intelligent terminals and internet terminals? (pg. 256)/ to make working conditions and equipment safer and more efficient Keyboards must be placed at the correct height depending on each worker’s size Monitor refresh rates must be fast enough to avoid eyestrain Monitor heights must be correct/


Combination Products and Sponsor-Investigator IDE Studies Stephen P. Rhodes Product Jurisdiction Officer Director, IDE and HDE Programs Center for Devices.

or interfere with the authority of a health care practitioner to prescribe or administer any legally marketed device to a patient for any condition or disease within a legitimate health care practitioner- patient relationship….” University of Miami HSRO October 24,/risk If IRB approves the investigation as NSR, it can begin Abbreviated IDE requirements (labeling, IRB, consent, monitoring, reporting, prohibition on promotion) No IDE submission to FDA needed University of Miami HSRO October 24, 200835 Non/


Chapter 3 Device Monitor Screen Otasuke GP-EX! 3 - 0 Chapter 3 Device Monitor Screen Chapter 3 Device Monitor Screen.

Condition by Bit Combination Bit Address 1: M110 Bit Address 2: M111 1 2 (3) Select Shape 1) 2) Select the [Color] tab and click [Select Shape]. Select the shape of “State0” and click [Auto]. Click [OK]. Select a lamp color of each state. After selecting shapes, click [OK]. 1 2 Chapter 3 Device Monitor Screen Otasuke GP-EX! 3 - 12 (4) Label/


Introduction To Protective Relays This training is applicable to protective relaying and System Monitoring tasks associated with NERC Standards PRC-001.

familiar with the purpose and limitations of protection system schemes applied in its area. TOP-006 Monitoring System Conditions R3. Each Reliability Coordinator, Transmission Operator, and Balancing Authority shall provide appropriate technical information concerning protective relays to their operating personnel. Protective Relay Principles Sensitivity Use inputs from Monitoring devices Current, Voltage, Temperature, Pressure Selectivity Isolate Only the Faulted Area (Zone). Maintain Service to Other/


PM06-CAT-G17 V4 01/07/2012 REGULATION IN THE PROGRESS, CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES OF MEDICAL DEVICE IN COLOMBIA. Dr. Blanca Elvira Cajigas General Director.

/ or product disposal SANITATION AND HYGIENE Traceability Destruction of medical Devices Assistance and technical support for users Attention to complaints and reports Product Recalls Managing of non- compliant products SANEAMIENTO E HIGIENE MONITORING AND CONTROL Audit quality and inspections Document control Record Control QUALITY SYSTEM Reception and Inspection of the products Storage Conditioning (packaging, labeled) Distribution Approval or release for distribution STORAGE AND/


Reveal LINQ TM Insertable Cardiac Monitoring System CRYPTOGENIC STROKE Epidemiology, Pathophysiology, Diagnosis and Follow-Up Reveal LINQ TM Insertable.

There are no known contraindications for the implant of the Reveal LINQ Insertable Cardiac Monitor. However, the patient’s particular medical condition may dictate whether or not a subcutaneous, chronically implanted device can be tolerated. Warnings/Precautions Reveal LINQ™ LNQ11 Insertable Cardiac Monitor Patients with the Reveal LINQ Insertable Cardiac Monitor should avoid sources of diathermy, high sources of radiation, electrosurgical cautery, external defibrillation, lithotripsy/


-Anuja. Infusion  Infusion therapy involves the administration of medication through a needle or catheter.  It is prescribed when a patient’s condition.

to take deep breaths  Technology-supported monitoring (e.g., continuous pulse oximetry and capnography) - for the patient at high risk for unintended advancing sedation and respiratory depression  At risk : preexisting conditions, response to therapy, overall clinical / damage (rare) Infections: 1.Local site infection (device related complications (8- 27%) 2.Catheter related (#/ kinking/ displacement/ withdrawal) 3.Catheter tip granulomas (0.04%) 4/


C ONFIDENTIAL Understanding Electronic Hand Hygiene Monitoring Systems and the Role of the Infection Preventionist Presented by: Tim Cambier 7/13/16.

, usually within a building or other contained area. Wireless C ONFIDENTIAL Hand Hygiene Monitoring Technology Provide the location and condition of critical resources Electronic Badges Electronic Badges What you need to know: Small, battery powered or re-chargeable device worn by a healthcare worker for role-based or person-specific monitoring (hand hygiene, workflow, security, etc.) May be an obstacle for unionized or hospitals/


Critical Access Hospital CoPs Part 2 of 3 What every CAH needs to know about the Conditions of Participation (CoPs)

.html 122 123 Safe Medication 278 2015  Safe medication preparation and administration includes:  Never use same finger stick device for more than one patient  Never use insulin pens on more than one patient and CMS issues memo on this/s care plan  Include the need to monitor intake  Include if need daily weights, I&O, or lab values 160 Nutritional Assessment Includes  Patient May Need Comprehensive Assessment if:  Medical or surgical conditions or physical status interferes with their ability to/


Critical Access Hospital CoPs Part 2 of 3 What every CAH needs to know about the Conditions of Participation (CoPs)

.html 121 122 Safe Medication 278 2015  Safe medication preparation and administration includes:  Never use same finger stick device for more than one patient  Never use insulin pens on more than one patient and CMS issues memo on this/s care plan  Include the need to monitor intake  Include if need daily weights, I&O, or lab values 158 Nutritional Assessment Includes  Patient May Need Comprehensive Assessment if:  Medical or surgical conditions or physical status interferes with their ability to/


Chapter 7 - Input/Output 7.1 External Devices 7.2 I/O Modules 7.3 Programmed I/O 7.4 Interrupt-Driven I/O 7.5 Direct Memory Access 7.6 I/O Channels and.

functions or requirements for an I/O module are: control and timing, device communication, data buffering, error detection, and _________. processor communication 6./ privileged instruction process process control block process state real memory resident monitor segmentation short-term scheduling swapping thrashing time-sharing system translation lookaside /in special registers that may be set by certain operations and used in conditional branch instructions. Status flags 15. Intel’s ________ technology is a /


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