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    Medical Center uses an electronic health record but that does not mean they don’t have to scan/assemble loose paper into EPIC. There are three steps to ensure the quality and efficiency of indexing and scanning forms and loose records into EPIC. The first step is to scan these loose forms. Most of the hospital scans their own records for the most part but for example HIM scans the ERs records and place them in EPIC. On February 9th, Devonn and I got a chance to scan records from OB and a few inpatients. We went to a pretty much vacant filing cabinet and picked up forms about 3 inches high. We needed to put them in the scanner to scan but before we must prep the documents. The way to prep the documents is to take them out of paperclips and to remove staples. Also, we may need to tape down anything that is sticking out so it does not get caught up in the scanner for example an EKG slip. It is also a good idea to look throughout the documents and try to organize them before they are placed in the system. Once prepped,…

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    composition (mostly sedimentary) and high erosion rates from the sea but become increasingly stressed from overlying man-made structures and landscaping practices. For this reason, it is important to continually monitor the geological hazards that exist along the coast. One relatively new way to monitor landscape changes over time is by the use of three-dimensional (3D) mapping. Long-term changes can be seen by…

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    1. Introduction This is the first in a series of articles on using Forth to interact with the real world. We will explore how to control motors of various types (such as servomotors and stepper motors), switch power to devices, and sense the environment. Each article will present a project that can be used to demonstrate the ideas we are going to discuss. In this first article, I want to lay the foundation for the future columns and discuss the use of the PC parallel port to control…

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    due to desensitization. Inventions we consider essential and routine such as the radio or television caused an uprising when first introduced to the public in the 1900’s. For Americans living in the early 20th century, the invention of three dimensional (3D) printing would have certainly created havoc. Considering the fact that computers and technology leading up to 3D printing were still in the works, it would be surprising if people were not…

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    The type of scanner is a modality-dependent feature. For example, MRIs and CT scanners are differ in size and functions. In medical ultrasounds, patients are not required to enter a scanner to be tested for CAD. These intrinsic modality-dependent differences were therefore considered as important test-specific attributes. In a DCE on scanning modalities to diagnose focal liver lesions, the type of scanner used was studied and shown to influence patient preferences for diagnostic tests (Whitty et…

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    performed on the skeletal material and soil matrix. The resulting image was process with software that allowed for differentiation between bone and soil by use of a grey-scale thresholding method; however, manual editing had to be done of the each single CT scans slices due to the presence of artifacts. The resulting clean images were rendering into a 3D image (Lynnerup et al., 1997). The scans revealed fragmentation of the cranial vault and facial skeleton, with the mandible approximately…

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    Stepper Motor Case Study

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    Question 3: a) What is the main use of stepper motors? In essence, stepper motors are applied in motion-control positioning system. For instance in 3D printers, disk drives, intelligent lighting, scanners, CNC machines, printers, camera lenses, plotters and slot machines. b) What are the similarities and differences between a reluctance, a permanent magnet and hybrid stepper motors? The three motors are similar in that, they all have power electronic control that comes with electronic…

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    1. ABSTRACT The essence of an image is a projection from a 3D scene onto a 2D plane, during which the depth information is lost. The 3D point corresponding to a specific image point is constrained to be on the line of sight. From a single image, it is very difficult to determine the depth information of various object points in an image. If two or more 2D images are used, then the relative depth point of the image points can be calculated which can be further used to reconstruct the 3D image by…

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    criticized for the potentially harmful effects of those innovations. Today, x-rays are used when you go to the dentist, when you break a limb, or when you go for a diagnoses among other things. Although when x-rays first came out there was a lot of concerns about any possible side effects the radiation might cause. According to the FDA some of the risks from getting an x-ray are the possibility of developing cancer later on in life, hair loss, skin reddening, and cataracts though it all depends…

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    “3D printing is an additive (layer-by-layer) manufacturing method that creates 3- dimensional objects using a printer from a digital file.”[1] It allowed manufacturing to use less tooling; to be more cost effective due to the reduced amount of raw material needed; and also to be able to manufacture complex shaped objects that traditional molding could not achieve.[2] However, 3D printing doesn’t only rely on one single technique. There are different types of techniques that would deliver the…

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