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The use of the x ray machine in the medical field. And how it was invented and how far it has come (technology wise) and also it's other many uses, such as airport security and being able to scan large trucks
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...useful enormously in the field of medicine and other areas and has been useful in diagnostic technology, scanning and treatment. In this essay, the discovery, design and application of X-rays will be discussed through review of appropriate literature. Since its advent, X-ray machine has been a useful diagnostic tool in the field of medicine. The device was first discovered by Wilhelm Roentgen, a German scientist in the year 1895 (Bushburg, 12). The discovery was actually accidental. The scientist found... that invisible rays were emitted from a cathode ray tube and that these could penetrate wood and also paper. These rays were able to create a glow on a screen that was several years...
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Quality is now a familiar word. However it has a variety of interpretations and uses, and there are many definitions. Evaluate the key developments in Total Quality Management within the context of changing business requirements
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...uses, and there are many definitions. Evaluate the key developments in Total Quality Management within the context of changing business requirements TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction 2 Executive Summary 3 Key Developments of TQM 4 Quality Gurus... values. 6 Scattergraphs This technique is used to help ascertain if there is a correlation existing between two factors. 7 Control Charts These...
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Mobile phone uses & gratification
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...Uses & Gratification Project “Exploring how to manage the distractions by creating an application for the mobile that moderately controls the media.” Literature Review Mobile Phones Worldwide The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) reported in 2002 that there were already about one billion mobile phone users around the world. The popularity of mobile phones, however, was attributed to wireless technology as telephone applications empower peoples from all walks of lives to use it anywhere and anytime (Bates et al., 2002). Aside from mobility and accessibility, mobile phones are preferred by many due to enlarged scope of information content via the Personal Communication... ?Topic:  Mobile Phone...
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Non-transportation Uses of Oil
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...many uses. Most of these oils are not used for transportation and are instead used as additive for a variety of purposes. Triglyceride vegetable oils belong to this category. These oils are mostly used for cooking and are consumed by users either... (school) Non-transportation Uses of Oil Introduction Oil is one of the products which have gained widespread use. It has been used mostly in transportation, however, oil is also used for other activities, including manufacturing and commercial activities. It is used in the manufacturing of various products and as an additive for these products. Based on the different types of oil, its varied uses can be derived. This paper shall discuss the different...
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Genetically Modified organism uses and applications
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...Uses and Applications Genetically Modified organism uses and applications A genetically modified organism is the result of a gene from one organism moved to another organism to change or improve it. GMO technology is the source of modified food either naturally or artificially. For the natural, a gene penetrates into another cell and result to not only a natural but also a modified organism. Artificially, the organism has been far much developed depending on the required characteristics. There are many diverse ways used to move the genes to produce desirable results for both plants and animals. GMO has far and wide many uses and applications. The technology used in GMO... ? Genetically Modified Organism...
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Clinical uses Ganoderma Lucidum
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...used since many years. It has been proven to be of advantage in diseases ranging from cancers in the human body and diabetes mellitus to bacterial and viral infections. References Benzie, I. F. F., & Wachtel-Galor, S. (2011). Herbal medicine: Biomolecular and clinical aspects. Boca Raton: CRC Press.... Clinical Uses of Ganoderma Lucidum Clinical Uses of Ganoderma Lucidum Ganoderma lucidum is categorized as a fungi and it is a very famous part of the herbal medicine practiced in Asia, particularly in China and Japan. This fungus has been used for its vast medical benefits since the last two thousand years. Its clinical advantages have been highlighted by research on human beings, animals as well as on...
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Industrial uses for hemp
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...many industries, for example, textile, biodegradable plastic, and fuel industries. Amongst other useful purposes, it is also used as a psychoactive drug. According to a study, hemp, or marijuana, has been in use as an addictive for centuries. Since then, its uses have been shifted from medicinal and religious to mere pleasure and unbearable addictions. The prepared drug out of hemp, hash, according to the UN, is the most widely used banned item in the world. Due to this reason, hemp cultivation has been banned by the federal law in the United States, with China being... , made from jute took over the sacking market of the hemp plant, the paper industry shifted to using wood...
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Uses of coal
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...many countries this figure is much higher: Poland relies on coal for over 94% of its electricity; South Africa for 92%; China for 77%; and Australia for 76%. Coal has been the world’s fastest growing energy source in recent years – faster than gas, oil, nuclear, hydro and renewables (The Coal Resource). Coal has a very long and varied history. Some historians believe that coal was first used commercially in China. There are reports that a mine in northeastern China provided coal for smelting copper and for casting coins around 1000 BC. One of the earliest known references to coal was made... May 4, Uses of Coal Coal is a fossil fuel and is the altered remains of prehistoric vegetation that originally...
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Uses Humourous tactics ( report )
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...used different persuasion techniques, without use of humour, to show durability such as using comparison advertising in an experimental environment to show flushing quality. Instead, Kohler recognises that their brand is well-known in many different markets (awareness and recognition... Kohler Bathroom Product Advertisement Using Humour and Persuasion HERE HERE OTHER INFORMATION HERE EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Kohler brand products have a strong reputation and most of them are in their maturity stage, other than a few modifications that add new features or benefits; or materials. The company has issued an advertisement that is highly persuasive and gives consumers, at the same time, the impression of quality and...
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Medical uses of algae
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...Many bioactive metabolites have been derived from the brown alage with different pharmacological actions. Bifurcaria bifurcata , a brown alga is cytotoxic against cultured human cell lines found from its derivative diterpene bifurcadiol. Mereoterpenoids, Sargol, Sargol-I and Sargol –II separted from brown alga Sargassum tortile that showed cytotoxic activity. (Gamal) Rhodophyta (red algae) The red colour is due to the dominant presence of pigments phycoerythrin and phycothycyanin masking other pigments, chlorophyll –a (no b) and β-carotene and other xanthophylls. Japanese has popularised “nori” as a marine crop by aquaculture worth 1 US billion $. The red algae Kappaphycus and Betaphycus... ...
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My Media Uses and Gratification
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...uses and gratification discussed in the following sections. Presented in this paper is the analysis of how my media use can illustrate the uses and gratifications theory with alternate perspective of magic bullet theory. Watching television Uses and gratifications theory There are many reasons why I need to watch television. I have personal desires that could be addressed if I watch the television. I could be entertained... ?My media uses and gratification Introduction It is a common question to ask what the media do to people, but with the existence of ‘uses and gratifications theory’, it is the other way around. In this theory, there is a good point to understand what people do with the media in order...
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Uses of statistical information
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...Uses of Statistical Information Statistics is a science of obtaining, organizing, summarizing, analyzing and making inferences about the data. In short, statistics is about all aspects of dealing with data (Williamson, 2002). There are very many fields that use statistics in their everyday activities and its use is as important as the fields themselves. Each workplace has unique demand and thus the kind of statistics required may vary to suit the needs of a particular work place. The use of statistics in a hospital setting is of paramount importance and is at the forefront in running, managing and decision...
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Strategic uses of information technology
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...used to access internet connectivity. Many organizations in the service industry like the banks have been able to develop new products and services like 24 hours internet banking accounts and services. Information technology has helped businesses to develop new processes and new methods of working. For instance, most of the advertisements and customer relationship management is conducted by the use of information technology like sending direct e-mails and communicating via...  Strategic uses of information technology Abstract The use of information technology can enable a business to gain competitive edge in the market. The success of the business will depend on the IT strategy which is used to improve i...
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Medical uses of algae
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...used in the manufacture of agar, a growth medium for microorganisms and biotechnological applications. About 8000 species of red algae mostly of marine origin are found intertidal or subtidal up to depths of 40 and 250 m. They are the most important source of many biologically active metabolites when compared to other classes of alage. (Gamal). 4. Antibiotic and other medicines Antibiotics of marine origin had been comparatively lesser known until 1960s than antimicrobial substances of land organisms. Antibiotic property of seaweeds was first reported by Pratt and colleagues (Pratt et al 1951) and also by Vacca and Walsh (1954) Pratt and colleagues found algal antibiotics... ?Medical uses of Algae Table...
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Social Aspects of Alcohol Uses
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...used to define the social world in general. However, every alcohol in the society has a symbolic meaning and sends a specific message. For many societies, alcohol has become like a figurative vehicle that is used in the identification, description, construction, and manipulation of the cultural systems, values, relationships, expectations, and behavioral norms. The role played by alcohol in society is, therefore, an issue of personal taste. At a simplified level, alcohol is used in the definition of an occasion’s nature. For instance, Champagne is synonymous with parties or celebrations such that whenever it’s served, the minds of the people ring... Social aspects of Alcohol uses Social aspects of...
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History and uses of carbonnanotubes
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...used in prevention of the effect of water pollution. These are done through combing carbon nanotubes and boron atoms. The combination leads to the development of materials that appear sponge like. The material is said to absorb oil many times its weight (Rakov, 2002). The magnetic nature... History and uses of carbon nanotubes al Affiliation) Introduction Carbon nanotubes are carbon allotropes. They have novel properties and take a cylindrical carbon molecule form. The properties of carbon nanotubes enable it to be applied in optics, nanotechnology, electronics and material science. They exhibit unique and extra ordinary properties. They are known to be good conductors of heat. Recently, synthesis of...
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Chinas Many Faces
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...many angles as far as social, religious, and political life is concerned. In many instances, one may think that China is a one language and one religion nation. The author’s technique in handling this issue, for example, carrying out interviews and use of government data has been instrumental in handling the topic and to a larger extent, has demonstrated the diverse life in China that often go un noticed. However, the author seems to have majorly dwelt with the negative issues concerning the majority and the minority. She did not discuss the good relationship that co-exists between the two (Decker, 1997). Decker further states that the relationship has brought positive...  China’s Many Faces The article ...
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The Uses and Abuses of Nationalism
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...many countries in attempt to grow their economies. They have been under the influence of several factors that have continued to change with time. From the ancient times, the political systems have been very influential in trade and commerce. Other factors that have shaped trade and commerce in the past include nationalization, religion, imperialism, and slave trade among other factors. Works Cited Watson, Peter. Ideas: A History of Thought and Invention, from Fire to Feud. Chapter 33: The Uses and Abuses of Nationalism and Imperialism. Harper Perrenial. 2006. Print... The Uses and Abuses of Nationalism The sectors of commerce and trade are central to economic development across the world. Giant...
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Uses Cases
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...Uses Cases This paper focuses on the and design of use case diagrams to the implementation of three key types transactions in an ATM machine (Shelly and Rosenblatt 201). Firstly, it is about the withdrawal transaction. This emphasizes on the event of a bank customer withdrawing money from an ATM machine. In doing this, there is a significant number of functionalities or procedures that have to be put into close consideration and executed in the successful implementation of a withdrawal transaction by a bank customer. It is important to note that, there are two preconditions that have to satisfied for the for the withdrawal transaction to be executed. The first one is the availability... 20 May...
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Evaluate the current uses of 3D printing. Discuss the potential future of 3D printing based on current issues identified in the literature
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...used in factories for mass production of objects and tools, there are hopes that the concept could come closer to the people, just like common printing methods. Currently, there are many uses of 3D printing, among them creation of tripod stands, mugs, headphone components and household utensils. There is however, a brighter future for the concept if the presented research going by the available literature. Fusing science fiction and 3D printing, people will be in a position to print their own objects, thus reading... AN EVALUATION OF THE CURRENT USES OF 3D PRINTING AND THE POTENTIAL FUTURE OF 3D PRINTING By Introduction 3Dprinting, an idea that once appeared in 1980s has overtime gained popularity among...
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Uses of Simulation Technology in Hospitals
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...used in the Academic Setting In the academic setting, stimulation is used for research purposes. Many research activities happen in order to improve the patients’ safety and also in dealing with difficult illnesses, which have emerged. This also improves the quality of services provided as it is undemanding to evaluate an improved system of treatment. New procedures can be studied under the simulated conditions through the tests conducted. The different kinds of simulation which include virtual live... ? Uses of Simulation Technology in Hospitals al Affiliation) Simulation refers to the imitation or representation of one act or a system by another. It is used in the education sector, assessment purposes, ...
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Uses of Bt insect resistance in agriculture
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...many reproductive disorders. (Bassein 2008) Such adverse effects to the living make it no wonder how Rachel Carson can write the eye-opening and inspiring Silent Spring in 1962. It is also no wonder how she could be an advocate of the use of Bt as a natural insecticide. (Shelton 2008) With its eco-friendly qualities, many people as Carson have learned just how much better an insecticide occurring in nature replaces a micro monster such as DDT. In fact, the people's belief in Bt has taken them not only to the creation of Bt... Uses of Bt Insect Resistance in Agriculture Although Bt can very well stand for biotechnology as the two have been tied closely by science over the past...
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The uses of sonar in medicine
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...uses in many fields including medicine. In medicine, sonar is mainly used for diagnostic purposes and is called ultrasound. The method of diagnosis is known as ultrasonography. There are 2 types of sonography, 2D and 3D. 2D is more commonly used. It has has several therapeutic applications. 2D ultrasound is useful to visualize tendons, muscles and many internal organs in order to capture the size, structure and pathological lesions through real time... ?Sonar in Medicine Sonar, commonly known as ultrasound, is a cyclic sound pressure delivered at a frequency that is much above the upper limit of hearing of human beings. Sound waves above 20 kilohertz fall into this category. Sonar is applied for several...
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The Uses of Spatial Analysis In Organization
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...uses of spatial analysis in "organization Introduction Research is an ongoing procedure that entails several steps.The steps transpire in a recommended progression, in the diverse research models. The progression seeks to meet goals like congruence, accuracy, and many more. There are general steps that apply to all techniques research. They major steps entail the collection of data. This is the accomplishment of the relevant information together with evidence about the subject of study. In addition, the other step is the analysis of data. This involves the critical assessment of the information got from sources. The other step entails data storage and reflection. The findings’ implications... ? The uses...
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Uses of Spirometry in Clinical Practice
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...use of spirometry is measuring and recording the rate of how active an individual’s lung function is, while majorly focusing on the amount and rate of air flow in an out of the lungs. All the physicians profoundly depend on this investigation for diagnosing or assessing many important... ?Uses of Spirometry in Clinical Practice: Introduction: This paper is primarily based on contemplating the relevance of one of the most important andeffective investigations in the field of clinical medicine, spirometry and explaining myriad benefits offered by this investigation in diagnosing various ghastly diseases. The significance and critical importance of the advantages associated with spirometry are undeniably...
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Uses and Gratifications Theory Applied to Religious Programming
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...Uses and Gratification Approach Programming With the advancement in technology and the giant leap that man has made in terms of the digital media to rely on the bases of a study, Why do People Watch Religious, TV? A Uses and Gratification Approach (Abelman, 1987), to accurately depict the reasons behind the motives of individuals to watch religious television seems highly unlikely at least to me. Today television is not what it used to be 20 years ago. There is a plethora of channels catering to the entertainment needs of thousands and millions of viewers whereas 20 years ago this offering by the media was highly limited. Today along... and not as a means to strengthen the results of the...
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Strengths, weaknesses and uses of the Economic Value Added
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...use of EVA as a performance measurement tool makes it an ideal approach through which companies can use to reward the best performing managers by giving bonuses and other incentives. Strengths of EVA Residual performance metric One of the strengths that make Economic Value Added to be adopted by many organizations is its ability to summarize the value added by all other metrics of business performance. Through combining other metrics into a single statistics, companies are able to determine and compare their financial performance between various financial years. Capital charge As mentioned earlier, earnings per share do... Running head: STRENGTHS, WEAKNESSES AND USES OF THE ECONOMIC VALUE ADED MODEL...
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Smart Phone Uses by Health Professionals Presearch Methodology and Procedures
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...us to compare the feedback given by the parties so that we can analyze/validate the differences found (Creswell 10). For the individuals, we have decided to target as many individual health professionals as possible from the diverse organizations, departments and other institutions. This kind of diversity encourages diverse responses, thus enabling us to make a more solid conclusion as compared to limiting our participants. Procedure Our research question concentrates on the effectiveness of smart phone applications by health... Smart Phone Uses by Health Professionals Research Methodology and Procedures Methods The first step taken is to come up with the appropriate research method. Researchers have...
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...used to control temperatures in buildings and in other structures constructed on the surface of the earth. For instance, during a hot weather, ground water can be pumped through radiators to help cool a house, and then the water is returned back to the ground via another well. Ground water is a cheap supply of water and more safe from pollution as compared to surface water. It is not possible to contaminate ground water unless the source of contamination occurs naturally underground. Many countries utilize ground water for public supply because... Ground water Ground water means water that is located under the earth’s surface in pore spaces between the soil particles, and in fractures that result from...
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Strenghs, Weakness and Uses of the Economic Balue Added
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...use to reward the best performing managers by giving bonuses and other incentives. Strengths of EVA Residual performance metric One of the strengths that make Economic Value Added to be adopted by many organizations is its ability to summarize the value added by all other metrics of business performance. Through combining other metrics into a single statistics, companies are able to determine and compare their financial performance between various financial years. Capital charge As mentioned earlier, earnings per share do not effectively indicate the value of the shareholders equity. EVA ensures that the deficiency caused by earnings per share on the balance... ?Running head: STRENGTHS, WEAKNESSES AND...
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Emma Lazarus Uses Symbolism
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...uses symbolism to convey what the Statue of Liberty represents in America. First, shecompares the Colossus of Rhodes, which is the ‘the brazen giant of Greek fame’ (Lazarus), the celebrated picture of freedom set in the Island of Rhodes more than two thousand years ago (Krystek), with the new Colossus, the Statue of Liberty which, based from its title has the same representation as its male counterpart. The Colossus of Rhodes is the statue of the Greek god, Helios whose feet are positioned to symbolize the Island to be a conquering nation (Krystek). ‘With conquering limbs astride from land to land’ (Lazarus)describes the statue which seemed to call his people ready... ?Full The New Colossus Emma Lazarus...
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Analyzing the uses of scheduling methods in IT project management
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...many IT project managers use scheduling and a method to effectively implement projects and enable them to run into completion. In a research project done by Dayal, Zachariah & Rajpal (1996) the findings... ? Analyzing the uses of scheduling methods in IT project management: a critical review Number: Lecturer: Outline Introduction Methods Results Scheduling categories Input categories Techniques for bringing inputs Rules for creating a network diagram Analysis Discussion Conclusion References Table of Contents Outline 2 Table of Contents 3 Introduction 4 Methods 4 Results 6 Analysis 11 Discussion 11 Conclusion 15 References 16 Appendix A 18 Introduction Scheduling has been given the same attention and...
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Uses of statistical information
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...Uses of Statistics Statistics is widely used in most of the companies. In workplaces, statistics playsa major role in helping the organization to manage data. San Francisco General Hospital is one of the famous hospitals in the city. The hospital provides world class facilities and includes state of the art medical equipments. The daily reports and patient report information is stored in a unique manner. Information collection, storage and retrieval are considered as one of the important aspects of hospital maintenance. Apart from all this, information representation and data representation is also equally important. Data representation is generally carried out with the help... ?Running Head: STATISTICS...
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Uses of Statistical information
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...used in your workplace? The company I represent is a Market Research firm specializing in data collection, analysis and interpretation services for clients. Being a research firm, it is naturally very vital to have complete command over the use of statistics and the company uses different forms of statistics across various research projects. Marketing research is not only limited to research in a specific market but it also involves research into the development and promotion new products, deciding upon various modes of distribution, market segmentation and other related information such as ad tracking and brand equity research in order to be able to set goals and objectives... ?How are statistics used...
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Outline and assess the different uses of strategy
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...used implicitly in many different ways. According to Mintzberg... ?Facets and uses of strategy I. Introduction The word “strategy” is a by-word among organisations, firms, businesses, and individuals. What exactly is strategy? Why do organisation and people need strategy? How do firms, businesses, organisations and people use strategy? What are some of the conditions for strategic though and practice? II. Need for strategy by various organisations and people Organisations and peoples need strategy because they have goals and objectives. The goals and objectives are pursued in a world or contexts in which there are rivals, resource contexts, obstacles, stakeholders that affect the realization of goals and ...
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Why many teenagers like Holden have tendency like Sadism
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...use the chance to milk him dry of his money. Conclusion There are so many instances where sadism is evident in Cather in the Rye. The above discussion gives a few instances in which Holden uses sadism. He seems to have a bipolar disorder since he gets moody, gives suggestions out of the real context and encourages people to commit suicide. He misuses his post as the manager of the fencing team and in the process misplaces some of the teams’ equipments. Teenagers around the world are relying more on their emotions than their thinking capabilities. This could be because of the change in environment, high expectations from parents... Why do Teenagers like Holden have a Tendency like Sadism? Sadism is a in...
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Bananas - description (varieties,classification,uses, etc.) , cause/effect,compare/contrast, synthesis, argumentation
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...Uses A. Raw. B. Boiled or baked. C. Preserved. V. Nutritional Value A. Low in fat, cholesterol, and sodium B. Good source of potassium, fiber, and vitamin B6. VI. Contrasts and comparisons VII. Conclusion Thesis Statement Various varieties of bananas exist in different parts of the world offering nutritional value at an affordable price. Bananas are fruits available throughout... Munshi Akbar Sharon Mueller English 1301 9 November Bananas Outline Thesis ment Taxonomy A. Musa genus B. Musaceae family C. M. acuminata Colla species D. M. X paradisiaca L. hybrid. III. Varieties A. Major Group 1. Sucrier 2. Gros Michel B. Subgroup 1. Cavendish A. Dwarf Cavendish B. Giant Cavendish C. Bungulan IV. Food Uses A....
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Discuss the uses of recombinant DNA technology with respect to medicine
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...many diseases are caused by the lack of certain genes or faulty protein production which leads to impaired functioning of important biochemical pathways. By using recombinant DNA technology to complement those defects and producing the lacking protein it is possible to effectively treat these diseases. An extremely successful example of this particular... The Uses of Recombinant DNA technology in Medicine Recombinant DNA technology is a term used to describe the engineering of DNA, into a purely synthetic combination that would not usually be found in nature (Stryer). Broadly, the technology aims at introducing a piece of DNA (a gene) from one organism into another by cloning the gene into a vector -...
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The main uses of Ultrasound in an imaging department and a vascular department
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...USES OF ULTRASOUND IN AN IMAGING DEPARTMENT AND A VASCULAR DEPARTMENT Introduction Ultrasound tests also called sonography is an imaging method which uses high frequency sound waves in order to produce accurate images of structures inside the body. These images provide valuable information that is used in diagnosing and treating various diseases and conditions. Most of the ultrasound examinations are done through a sonar devise placed outside the body while other examinations involve placing a devise inside the body. This essay will discuss the valuable uses of ultrasound in the imaging and vascular department. Use of Ultrasound in Imaging & Vascular Department Many researches have... THE MAIN USES ...
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Uses of calculus in business
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...used to assess certain changes or arrive at certain decisions in the current business world. The use of directives to calculate certain aspects of business has been evident in various ways. People engaged in undertaking real estate business have applied the concept of derivatives in calculus to determine their overall income for instance: If a land owner with a complex apartment with 250 houses, each house rented on a monthly rate of y. How many houses should the owner of the apartment rent in order to ensure that he maximizes his income? Note: The monthly rental apartment is derived as: P(y) = -8y2 + 3200y... BUSINESS MATH al Affiliation) Introduction Mathematics is widely applied in various commercial...
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This 2009 research study uses
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...many risks of complications that could arise. Parents overwhelmingly agree that emotional support and reassurance from health care professionals is necessary to see them through difficult periods. “Greater understanding of parents’ long-term emotional responses and recognition that grief may never resolve in these parents may enable healthcare professionals to provide appropriate and timely support at critical times” opine Bowes, Lowes, Warner... Chronic sorrow is grief that never ends. It is a recurring phenomenon in parents whose children are diagnosed with cognitive disability or type I diabetes. Periods of happiness are interspersed with a resurgence of the sorrow that is a constant. Despite the...
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The meanings and uses of can and could across different semantic types
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...many meanings and uses in various contexts such as ability, possibility, permission, and advice. Depending on the pragmatic usage, sentences... The Meanings and Uses of “Can” and “Could” Across Different Semantic Types As children grow older, they develop an increasingly broad range of vocabulary and more complex sentence structures. In learning sentences, children adopt modality to enable them to evaluate a proposition in relation to a set of other propositions. This projects the possibility, necessity and other characteristics of the speaker’s commitment. These modals can be of different semantic types such as deontic, epistemic or ability. In the deontic interpretation, the modal is expressing a...
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Tranexamic acid and it's uses in pre-hospital an emergency medicine
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...many surgical procedures also. It can also be administered in surgeries to counter blood loss. Hence it can be concluded that keeping all of the magnitudes of trauma in mind, tranexamic acid can avoid death by trauma or excessive bleeding. Even though it is a useful agent further studies are required on international basis to understand the drug and its attributes completely. References Ducloy-Bouthors, A. S., Jude, B., Duhamel, A., Broisin, F., Huissoud, C., Keita-Meyer, H., ... & Susen, S. (2011). High-dose tranexamic acid reduces blood loss in postpartum haemorrhage. Crit Care, 15(2), R117. Goodloe, J. M., Howerton, D. S., McAnallen, D., & Reed, H....
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Chemistry and uses of carbohydrates
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...Uses Carbohydrates are the most abundant of the biomolecules though they form a smaller part of the human body. The term carbohydrate originates from German word Kohlenhydrate; meaning hydrates of water. They were originally thought to comprise of carbon and water in 1:1 ratio. Today chemistry of carbohydtaes is better known, the generic term is still in use (Lichtenthaler, 1). A carbohydrate is a polyhydroxy aldehyde/ketone, with the empirical formula CnH2nOn (Stoker, 593). Figure 1: Glucose to Fructose Isomerization On the basis of molecular size or the number of polyhydroxy aldehyde or polyhydroxy ketone units, carbohydrates are classified as follows (Stoker, 594): 1... CARBOHYDRATES Chemistry & Uses ...
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Everyday uses of mathematics 0920
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...Uses of Mathematics Mathematics is a that finds ample usage in varied everyday aspects of life and the activities people engage in. The fact is that one simply cannot do without knowing at least a little amount of mathematics in one’s daily life. For instance people randomly use cell phones and smart phones today. Yet, the thing is that to be able to use cell phones, one does need to know about the numbers and mathematical symbols so as to be able to use them in the best possible way. Without knowing mathematics, one cannot use smart phones. Similarly cooking food and recipes is an activity that is practiced in almost every home. One simply... of the Mathematics of the Teacher 14 April Everyday Uses...
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Many people have diabetes
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...Many times described as Diabetes mellitus, it denotes a cluster of metabolic illnesses that entails high glucose levels in the blood. This paper aims at finding models that seek to identify measurable causes of the disease among individuals residing in the state of California. Three models based on observations made by the researcher have been explained, with testable hypotheses. The paper’s data will be built on questionnaires filled by respondents of the research, conclusions drawn will be based on the results, and the interpretation of the data collected... by the researcher. Methods Observation: I observed that many people have diabetes. Model 1: People might acquire...
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How Pizza Hut uses social media Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Youtube
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...many videos to you tube, they don’t respond to their customers ‘views concerning the videos. In this regard, they don’t understand how their customers feel about their products thus cannot use you tube to meet the requirements of customers. As stated by Schaffer (5), social media is different from other web presence since... How Pizza Hut Uses Social Media Twitter Pizza Hut runs a twitter account @Pizzahut which is a verified account. This account is authentic thus it establishes the identity, key administrators and the packages on the twitter account. The twitter account is also used to showcase their products that they are currently selling to their customers as well as a link to the website that...
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Provide a viral marketing plan that uses blogs and social media tools to generate interest in the Courier
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...use a blog that is frequently updated and one that allows for the general public to comment. This blog will be more effective when it is attached to the Courier’s website. It can also be uses to share opinions of people and their reactions to different news items. High school sports results High school students and institutions are the main target market for high school sport results. According to Bregman (18), the most effective way to reach out to students is through social media. Many students spend a large portion of their time on social media. Organizing campaigns that target them on social media platforms... E-commerce Introduction Midland Daily Courier is a comprehensive news agency that has...
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Propaganda methods that Bush uses in his speech on Iraqi threat and fact checking his speech
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...used by Bush in his speech A. Half Measures 1. Hitler usage of half measures to sway the crowds towards him----4 2. Example of Bush using half measures.--------------------------------4 B. Ignorance of the mass. 1. Bush on using the ignorance of the mass to justify the war-------------4 C. Emotions of the plain folks. 1. Bush on using the emotions of plain folks to win over the support----5 D. Demonizing enemy 1. Bush on how he demonized... Table of content Topic Page nos. I. Introduction A. Overview of War propaganda---------------------------------------------------------2-3 II. President Bush’s Speech -------------------------------------------------------------------3-5 III. The propaganda method use...
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Propaganda methods that Bush uses in his speech on Iraqi threat and fact checking his speech
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...used by Bush in his speech A. Half Measures 1. Hitler usage of half measures to sway the crowds towards him----4 2. Example of Bush using half measures.--------------------------------4 B. Ignorance of the mass. 1. Bush on using the ignorance of the mass to justify the war-------------4 C. Emotions of the plain folks. 1. Bush on using the emotions of plain folks to win over the support----5 D. Demonizing enemy 1. Bush on how he demonized... ?Table of content Topic Page nos. I. Introduction A. Overview of War propaganda---------------------------------------------------------2-3 II. President Bush’s Speech -------------------------------------------------------------------3-5 III. The propaganda method...
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