Ion multiplie ses gammesC’est un programme chargé qui nous attend sur le stand de la société ION lors du prochain CES 2012. En effet, avec ces accessoires très axés sur le jeu, ION chouchoute les utilisateurs de produits Apple.A commencer par l’iPad, qui aura le droit à son tout premier scanner, le Docs2Go. Ressemblant à un dock audio, il suffit de poser l’iPad dessus, de télécharger l’application adéquate. Ensuite, vous insérez votre document dans le scanner, qui l’avale, pour rendre la numérisation presque instantanément à l’écran de votre iPad. Très pratique lors de déplacement, le Docs2Go serait commercialisé à un prix entre 149 et 179 dollars, mais aucune date n’a été précisé par ION.À lire aussiAu zoo de Washington, les orangs-outans jouent et apprennent avec un iPadPour le côté plus ludique, la GuitarApprentice débarque. Un accessoire en forme de guitare, de taille réelle, où vient s’emboiter un iPad. Ce dernier, via un logiciel de guitare, affichera les cordes sur l’écran à l’instar du prototype Itar que nous avions déjà présenté. Seul hic, on ne joue qu’avec la main droite, donc l’apprentissage de la guitare (qui se joue à 2 mains n’est-ce pas…) n’est que partiel. Quoi qu’il en soit, cet accessoire sera vendu au prix de 99 dollars (un peu moins de 80 euros).Enfin, la dernière nouveauté de l’américain ION, est l’iCade Mobile. On y fixe son iPhone ou iPod Touch et l’accessoire se transforme en véritable console portable, avec un pavé multidirectionnel et 4 boutons. L’iCade Mobile s’adapte même à la bascule de l’affichage (mode paysage à portrait) de votre terminal ! Le support sera vendu, quant à lui, pour 79,99 dollars (un peu plus de 60 euros).Le 9 janvier 2012 à 21:00 • Maxime Lambert
According to a report by The Wall Street Journal (via Kotaku), Nintendo plans to release a new model of the Nintendo Switch sometime in the latter half of 2019.The report itself is light on details, but the system will “likely share many features with the current version and be compatible with existing Switch game software.” Nintendo hopes this new iteration will boost sales of the handheld/console hybrid. As for compatibility, it makes sense that this new system would play nice with existing software. It’s doubtful Nintendo would want to alienate the millions of Switch owners.However, it’s also possible the new Switch will have some sort of additional features. Apparently, Nintendo “is still debating what new hardware and software features to include in the upgrade.” Hardware-wise, one of the options being discussed is a new screen found in “more recent smartphone LCDs.” This would make it “make it brighter, thinner and more energy-efficient.”AdChoices广告Nintendo released a new version of the 3DS which had the ability to play titles the original 3DS could not. Despite that, users could still play their old 3DS games. This is likely what Nintendo hopes to do with this new Switch model. Switch’s current screen does a fine job of displaying vibrant images so it’s hard to imagine a new screen making the graphics look any sharper. But, a new, more energy-efficient screen would certainly extend the life of the system in handheld mode.Right now, we don’t have much to go on beyond what The Wall Street Journal is reporting. Personally, I’m excited to see what new features (if any) the system has. I’ve never been a fan of the Switch’s graphics (at least compared to consoles like PS4 and Xbox One). Perhaps the new system can boost its graphics while in docked mode? I don’t want to speculate here, but the possibilities are exciting. We’ll keep you posted on any updates as they become available.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho insists young midfielder Andreas Pereira has the mental strength to fight for a role at the club.The midfielder has spent the last two years on loan in Spain with Valencia and Granada but looked very impressive during United’s preseason this summer.Mourinho thinks playing in Spain for two years as a loanee for Granada and Valencia has helped“I wasn’t happy that he didn’t play in his best position for Valencia,” he said, according to Daily Mail.“But from a human point of view, I think it was a great experience. He became more of a man, more ready physically and mentally.”Vidic: “Ronaldo is the most professional footballer I’ve seen” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Nemanja Vidic opened up on how a 21-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo’s professionalism left him stunned at Manchester United.“Then it was the question in the Premier League to play him in the position we think is the best, to educate him, to help him understand the position.”“The fact that we had only three midfield players for the pre-season, he had to play all the five matches for 90 minutes which was very good for him.”Mourinho took off the player after 45 minutes against Brighton last weekend with United 3-1 down but Pereira could get another chance against Tottenham on Monday night at Old Trafford.
This week the Army Corps of Engineers indicated that the Mississippi River will be able to sustain navigation through the end of January for towboats and barges at a 9-foot draft. The Corps attributed the good news to successful work to remove the rock pinnacles and the release of additional water from the Carlyle Lake Reservoir to augment water depth on the mid-Mississippi.While this is very good news, the waterways industry continues to express concerns that low water restrictions could re-emerge and the uncertainty of long-term water levels creates costs and inefficiencies for shippers that must make logistical decisions weeks in advance. The waterways operators are urging the Corps to provide assurances that all options to maintain navigation remain on the table.The American Soybean Association (ASA) remains engaged with the Corps, waterways industry, and Congress to ensure that all appropriate actions are taken to maintain necessary water levels and that sufficient funding will be provided for the Corps dredging and maintenance activities for the duration of FY13 and future years.
NEW YORK — The gunman who fatally ambushed two New York City police officers in their squad car had a long criminal record, a hatred for police and the government and an apparent history of mental instability that included an attempt to hang himself a year ago, police said Sunday. Ismaaiyl Brinsley approached people on the street moments before opening fire and asked them to follow him on Instagram, then told them to “watch what I’m going to do,” Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce said.A portrait of the shooter emerged as big-city police departments and union leaders warned officers to change up their routines and insist on extra backup a day after Brinsley carried out what he portrayed online as retaliation for the slayings of black men at the hands of white police.Investigators were trying to determine if Brinsley had taken part in any protests over the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, whose names he invoked in his online threat, or simply latched on to the cause for the final act of a violent spree. Police said he had no gang affiliation.Brinsley, 28, had at least 19 arrests in Georgia and Ohio and a troubled childhood so violent his mother was afraid of him, police said. Brinsley had also ranted online about police and government and expressed despair about his own life, Boyce said.
ADC AUTHOR Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson wants to “put a little more leverage into the hands of the renters,” she told Reuters this week. She is working with the Army and Navy to put a tenant bill of rights in place following national uproar over the condition of some privatized housing.She proposed letting military families break their leases or withhold payment if landlords do not fix pressing concerns, for example.Wilson has instructed wing commanders to inspect all 50,000 privatized houses by March 1, according to the article.U.S. Air Force photo by Tommie Horton
The legislative appropriation for the rail spur is at the top of the Borough’s wish list, approved by the Borough Assembly in the fall. The rail link between Houston and the port is necessary to make Port MacKenzie a viable economic engine for the Borough and the rest of the state, according to Moosey. But the Borough’s priority list, and Moosey’s November comments, were made before oil prices went into freefall in December.The total cost of the rail link is estimated to be 272 million dollars. Part of the spur has been completed, but the Borough needs the state to ante up more money to complete the job.Within a month of his election, Governor Walker released a trimmed down version of the state budget that cuts spending by some 600 million dollars, with capital projects taking the brunt of the cuts. But Moosey is not losing optimism concerning the rail spur appropriation, for several reasons.“With this latest drop in oil prices.. we are very heavily dependent, as everybody knows, on state oil. By finishing up this rail project, it helps us to bring additional resources to the market to really give us a piece to help diversify the Alaska economy.So, with that, we think we have a great opportunity here.”Moosey says the rail spur is 2/3rds complete, and he is meeting today [Friday ] with LNG producer WesPac. WesPac wants to build an LNG plant at Port MacKenzie to ship LNG to Fairbanks, possibly competing with a state plan to truck LNG from the North Slope. Moosey says the WesPac project would be funded entirely by private money, cutting state costs in the process.“There has been a push and quite a bit of investment on energy and planning on bringing North Slope LNG down to Fairbanks. And that investment was going to be at least 300 million $ from the state. The WesPac project which will bring to the city gate cheaper product, does not have a single dollar investment from the state of Alaska. So that is one good point. ”In December, Governor Walker announced a state agreement with Japan- based REI to construct an LNG export facility at Port Mac. The gas would come from Cook Inlet. Teddy Pease, a staffer at REI’s Anchorage office, says the shipments do not depend on rail access to the Port MacKenzie dock.Construction of the rail spur has come under criticism by some conservation groups, notably Cook Inletkeeper, because of concerns about costs and about possible impact on salmon habitat. In August of last year, Joe Perkins, the Borough’s executive for the rail extension project, told the Borough Assembly that the rail project is over budget and behind schedule. Work on the rail link started in 2008, but Perkins said that the way it had been funded, through yearly legislative appropriations, had not worked to keep costs down.“We had intended to have the train running by now, had we received sufficient funding to do that. So, we have had some impacts from delays in funding. Our construction management people are having to stay a considerable number of years past what we have anticipated, same thing with our engineering people. So, again, the way this thing has been funded with eight different appropriations and some more to come, has certainly increased our costs.” The rail spur construction was divided into six segments. Three are complete, and another near completion. Perkins said that a major cause of cost over-runs were delays spurred by litigation against the project filed by the Sierra Club and Cook Inletkeeper. The lawsuits caused stop work orders which lasted months. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has since given the go ahead for the project. The price of oil briefly dipped below fifty dollars a barrel early this week, highlighting state budget concerns. Governor Bill Walker has issued a statement putting six major state – funded projects on hold.. among them, the Knik Arm Crossing and the Susitna- Watana Dam. Both those projects were slated for the Mat-Su. Missing from the governor’s hit list, however, is a state appropriation for the final phases of the Port MacKenzie rail spur linking the Port with Alaska Railroad’s main line in Houston.Download Audio John Moosey, Mat Su Borough manager, told a joint session of the Anchorage Assembly and the Borough Assembly on November 14 that it will take 120 million dollars to finish constructing the Port MacKenzie rail spur. Moosey told the panel that several investors are waiting, like California based WesPac, which is ready to build an LNG facility at the port, but the plan is contingent on rail link access.“We need to have some funding to keep this in step. Because if the WesPac project goes, they will need rail service in two years. And we are also working with REI, which has a Japanese market. So, our problem with how the state has been dribbling out the money is that we can really not tell our customers when the rail will be complete. It has always been our top priority every year for the past seven years. The legislature has been good at getting us the funds.”
Hyderabad: Will TDP play the minority card to resurrect the party’s political prospects in Telangana? It appears that the party is mulling over the prospects and possibility of fielding candidates from the minority community proportion to their population in the ensuing municipal elections. The issue was discussed at a surprise meeting held between the party national president N Chandrababu Naidu and the TPCC leader Nagam Janardhan Reddy. The meeting also raised many eyebrows and speculations are that Janardhan Reddy may stage a homecoming. Naidu was here for the weekend. Also Read – Golden 90’s Music Superstars – Alka Yagnik & Kumar Sanu LIVE in Concert will be performing together for the very 1st time in the city of pearls,… Advertise With Us Reddy has been staying away from active politics ever since he was defeated in 2018 Assembly elections. He, apart from being a minster in Naidu’s Cabinet, was considered to be a close aide of the TDP chief during Naidu’s heydays in the undivided Andhra Pradesh. He was also the chairman of the Public Accounts Committee. Reddy quit TDP when Telangana movement was at its peak and floated his own political outfit. However, as his party drew blank he shifted to BJP. As he did not get the kind of importance he had expected in the saffron party, the veteran Telangana leader opted out and joined the Congress party. Also Read – Warrant issued against Renuka Chowdhury in cheating case Advertise With Us Sources said that Reddy and Naidu exchanged their views on the political developments that have taken place after the Lok Sabha elections in two Telugu States of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Reddy is learnt to have expressed his desire to play active political role in Telangana. The winning prospects of the Congress in the municipal elections is also said to have figured during the meeting. Earlier, TDP leaders from Telangana K Dayakar Reddy, Arvind Kumar Goud and minority leader Tajuddin also met Naidu.
By The Associated PressAttorneys for the family of a Black man who was shot and killed by a White Dallas police officer who says she mistook his apartment for hers are criticizing an affidavit that gives a narrative of what happened.The lawyers said the arrest affidavit released Monday contradicts neighbors’ accounts. Amid their concerns, though, the district attorney said the case against Amber Guyger will get a hard look by her office and be presented to a grand jury, which could decide on more serious charges than manslaughter in last week’s shooting of 26-year-old Botham Jean.Brandt Jean, center left, brother of shooting victim Botham Jean, hugs his sister Allisa Charles-Findley, during a news conference outside the Frank Crowley Courts Building on Sept. 10 in Dallas about the shooting of Botham Jean by Dallas police officer Amber Guyger. He was joined by his mother, Allison Jean, second from left, and attorney Benjamin Crump, second from right, as attorney Lee Merritt, right, speaks to the media. (Tom Fox/The Dallas Morning News via AP)Benjamin Crump, one of the attorneys for Jean’s family, said the affidavit “is very self-serving.” And Lee Merritt, who is also representing the family, called it an attempt to “condone what happened, give her a break.”The document, prepared by a Texas Ranger, appeared to be based almost entirely on Guyger’s account.Guyger, a four-year veteran of the police force, told investigators that she had just ended a 15-hour shift Thursday when she returned in uniform to the South Side Flats apartment complex. She parked on the fourth floor, instead of the third, where she lived, according to the affidavit, possibly suggesting that she was confused or disoriented.When she put her key in the apartment door, which was unlocked and slightly ajar, it opened, the affidavit said. Inside, the lights were off, and she saw a figure in the darkness that cast a large silhouette across the room, according to the officer’s account.The officer told police that she concluded her apartment was being burglarized and gave verbal commands to the figure, which ignored them. She then drew her weapon and fired twice, the affidavit said.She called 911 and, when asked where she was, returned to the front door to see she was in the wrong unit, according to the affidavit. Authorities have not released the 911 tapes.The Dallas County medical examiner’s office said Jean died of a gunshot wound to the chest. His death was ruled a homicide. Guyger was arrested Sunday night and booked into jail in neighboring Kaufman County before being released on bond.At a news conference Monday evening, Merritt said two independent witnesses have told him they heard knocking on the door in the hallway before the shooting.He said one witness reported hearing a woman’s voice saying, “Let me in! Let me in!” Then they heard gunshots, after which one witness said she heard a man’s voice say, “Oh my God! Why did you do that?”Merritt said he believes those were Jean’s last words.As for the contention that Jean left his front door ajar, Merritt said Jean was a “meticulous individual” who made it “a point to close the door behind him.”“He put everything in a particular place,” Merritt said.He said Jean had a red doormat outside his apartment door. “In fact, to ensure no one mistook his apartment the way this officer is claiming in this case, he went out and bought the biggest, brightest red rug and placed it right there at his doorstep,” Merritt said.Merritt has represented relatives of an unarmed Black teenager who was fatally shot in the back by a White police officer in June while fleeing a traffic stop near Pittsburgh.Crump is best known for representing the families of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown. Martin, 17, was fatally shot in 2012 in Florida by George Zimmerman, a Hispanic man who was a neighborhood watch captain. Brown, 18, was shot to death in 2014 by a White police officer in Ferguson, Missouri.“Black people in America have been killed by police in some of the most unbelievable manners,” Crump said earlier Monday, citing “driving while Black in our cars” and “walking while Black in our neighborhoods.”Now, he said, “we are being killed living while Black when we are in our apartments.”Protesters gathered at police headquarters Monday night in Dallas, The Dallas Morning News reported. Several dozen blocked traffic as they marched about half a mile from the headquarters. Police fired pepper balls to help control the crowd at one point.Dallas County District Attorney Faith Johnson said the decision to allow Guyger to surrender somewhere other than Dallas County’s jail was made by the Texas Rangers, who are also investigating. She emphasized, though, that her office is conducting its own probe.“We are committed to making certain that we get to the bottom of (it),” Johnson said.She will have the option of presenting more serious charges to the grand jury.It wasn’t immediately clear if Guyger has an attorney.Guyger’s blood was drawn at the scene to be tested for alcohol and drugs, Police Chief U. Renee Hall said, but authorities have not released results.Jean grew up in the Caribbean island nation of St. Lucia before attending college in Arkansas. He graduated in 2016 from Harding University, where he often led campus religious services as a student. He had worked for accounting firm PwC since graduating.Jean wasn’t the first person shot by Guyger. She shot a man named Uvaldo Perez on May 12, 2017, while on duty.According to an affidavit filed against Perez, police were looking for a suspect when Guyger and another officer were called to assist a third officer. Perez got out of a car and became combative with Guyger and another officer. A struggle began and Guyger fired her Taser at Perez, who then wrested it away from her. She then drew her gun and fired, wounding Perez in the abdomen.Sgt. Michael Mata, president of Dallas’ largest police union, the Dallas Police Association, said Guyger was a respected officer who worked on a high-risk team tasked with arresting some of the most violent offenders. On the day of the shooting, Guyger’s unit had arrested multiple suspects for armed robbery, he said.
Thinking out of the box and making it public. That is the leitmotif of this exhibition, Enamel revisited 5. The case in point is public art, which has seen expression in the works of 12 artists who have been working on them for the last seven years.Their medium of work is also quite interesting. They have chosen a material which will not wilt to the pressures the fluctuating climate yields on it. Rather, it will sustain. So they have used enamel to create their works. The aim of course is to get invited to create more public art. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’There are art and craft pieces, 3D forms, ceiling to floor mobiles, paintings and jewellery. Twelve artists – Pradeep Malhotra, Jyoti Singh, Kana Ram Lomror, Ritu Sanghal, Sima Uppal, Triveni Mahajan, Anindita Kishore, Kavita Dhankar, Shruti Gautam Dev and Veenu Shah – have been working on the pieces for quite some time now. ‘Enamelling to me is the epitome of the origins of our universe. It is a miniature cosmic creation forever in the making. Enamel paintings are created through fire and air and a fusion of glowing jewellery colours and burnished metal,’ says Anindita Kishore. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixPradeep Malhotra likes experimenting with various mediums and diverse themes. He has now turned his attention on human forms and abstract impressions done with enamel on steel, and pencil and acrylic on paper and canvas.‘I love the play of fire, glass colours and textures on metal,’ says Shruti Dev who likes making both artworks and handcrafted jewellery.Jyoti Singh started off with pottery and loves working on copper, giving it form and texture and making it three dimensional and then she adds the colours. ‘My recent experience of working with industrial enamels on steel has been exciting. I wish now to develop sculptural forms and to combine different materials in my work,’ says Singh.The works make for interesting viewing. Have a dekko over this weekend.
The 61st National Film Festival 2014 began in New Delhi on 29 June. All the National Award winning films for the year 2013 are being screened for the public during the festival. Being organised by the Directorate of Film Festivals, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting at Siri Fort Auditorium Complex, 30 feature films and 23 non-feature films will be screening during the four-day festival. The festival was inaugurated by the Minister for Information and Broadcasting Prakash Javadekar in the presence of Mohan Agashe, Sumitra Bhave, Sunil Sukthankar, Amruta Subhash and Pranjal Dua. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The festival opened with two films. Sumitra Bhave’s Marathi film Astu which was about a person losing his memory. Agashe being the lead actor and co-producer of the film. Chidiya Udh was the other 22-minute FTII diploma film which revolved around a young boy from a chicken farm and a maid at a luxury hotel. These films have won the awards of Best Dialogue and Best Direction respectively. Some films screened on the previous days were Soojit Sarcar’s Madras Cafe, Sange Dorjee’s Crossing Bridges, Anand Gandhi’s Ship of Theseus, Hansal Mehta’s Shahid, Subhash Kapoor’s Jolly LLB, and many more. The festival comes to an end on 2 July. So, all those people who missed out on the previous days can still catch up in the two days that are left. Films like Gulabi Gang, Accsex, Jal, Foresting Life, December 1 and others are yet to be screened. The entries are on first cum first serve basis, free and promises a wonderful time!
Kolkata: rA traffic constable was dragged for nearly 100 metres on the road near Beckbagan area of the city by a rogue biker, who was trying to flee the scene after hitting a pedestrian, a police officer said here Wednesday. Tapan Orang, who suffered serious injuries on his hands and legs in the incident, is currently recuperating at a police hospital here, he said. According to reports, the helmetless biker hit a senior citizen on Syed Amir Ali Avenue in front of Quest Mall around 10.45 pm on Monday. As the pedestrian fell on the busy street, Orang tried to get hold of the biker, but was dragged for nearly 100 metres. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: Mamata A case has been registered at Karaya police station in the city and CCTV footages were being scanned to ascertain the identity of the errant biker, the officer said. Kolkata Police Commissioner Anuj Sharma met Orang at the hospital on Tuesday evening and lauded him for his efforts, he said. A traffic sergeant, who was on duty in the area Monday night, said Orang had signaled the biker to stop as he was not wearing a helmet. “The biker did not pay heed to his instruction and hit a pedestrian while trying to flee. It was then Orang tried to grab the bike by its rear end. “Instead of stopping, the biker, however, dragged Orang for nearly 100 metres on the road. We tried to chase him but he managed to escape,” the sergeant said.
News | Brachytherapy Systems, Women’s Healthcare | January 07, 2019 Electronic Brachytherapy Effective in Long-Term Study of 1,000 Early-Stage Breast Cancers Breast cancer recurrence rates of patients treated with intraoperative radiation therapy (IORT) using the Xoft Axxent… read more Feb 18, 2009 – The SAVI applicator significantly expands the number of women who are able to benefit from breast brachytherapy, according to a new, peer-reviewed journal article in Radiotherapy and Oncology.The article reports on the first 20 patients to receive radiation therapy for early stage breast cancer with the SAVI applicator, at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD). Authored by Dan Scanderbeg, Ph.D., and others, the article appears in the January 2009 issue of the “Green Journal,” as Radiotherapy and Oncology is known.The UCSD researchers concluded that SAVI expands the patient population eligible for accelerated partial breast irradiation (APBI), a simpler, much shorter course of radiation therapy following lumpectomy surgery for breast cancer.In the study, 40 percent of the patients had skin separation (distance between the device and the skin surface) of less than 7 mm. This narrow skin spacing made them ineligible for treatment with “balloon” brachytherapy. SAVI has no skin spacing restrictions, as its multiple catheters allow physicians to carefully direct the dose away from the skin.“SAVI increases the number of women eligible for APBI beyond what is possible with balloon brachytherapy,” said Dr. Scanderbeg. “The dosimetry with SAVI is phenomenal. The ability to customize the dose allows us to easily contour the radiation and minimize exposure to normal tissue.”In each of the 20 cases, according to the paper, physicians were able to modulate the dose based on patient-specific anatomy to successfully cover the tumor bed, while sparing healthy tissue. SAVI is a single-entry device that delivers radiation as part of breast conservation therapy. By more precisely targeting radiation therapy, the device treats the tissue where cancer is most likely to recur, while minimizing exposure of structures such as the skin, heart, lungs and ribs.“The availability of SAVI is a positive development for partial breast irradiation, particularly as preliminary indicators point to the equivalence of APBI with traditional whole breast radiation,” said co-author Catheryn Yashar, M.D., chief of breast and gynecological radiation services at the Moores Cancer Center at UCSD.“The increasing acceptance of APBI, combined with the availability of more APBI devices and a growing preference among women for a shorter course of radiation therapy, is expanding the number of partial breast cases being performed,” Dr. Yashar said. 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Medical imaging plays an increasing role in the accurate… read more Image courtesy of Imago Systems Related Content Video Player is loading.GE Cardiographe cardiac CT scanner at SCCT19Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:38Loaded: 26.15%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:38 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a GE Cardiographe Dedicated Cardiac CT Scanner This is a quick walk around of the GE Healthcare Cardiographe dedicated cardiac CT system on display at the… read more News | August 06, 2013 Study Shows Coronary CT Angiography Useful for Triaging Patients With Chest Pain Findings save significant costs, time and unnecessary admissions by ruling out coronary blockages in the ED News | Brachytherapy Systems | August 14, 2019 Efficacy of Isoray’s Cesium Blu Showcased in Recent Studies August 14, 2019 — Isoray announced a trio of studies recently reported at scientific meetings and published in medica read more August 6, 2013 — A clinical study of two sets of 894 matched emergency department (ED) patients presenting with chest pain revealed that the use of coronary computed tomographic angiography (CCTA) led to fewer hospital admissions and shorter ED stays. According to lead researcher Michael Poon, M.D., of Stony Brook University School of Medicine, the findings provide evidence that CCTA offers an alternative means of improving the triage of chest pain patients.The paper, “Associations Between Routine Coronary Computed Tomographic Angiography and Reduced Unnecessary Hospital Admissions, Length of Stay, Recidivism Rates, and Invasive Coronary Angiography in the Emergency Department Triage of Chest Pain,” is published online in the August issue of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Chest pain is the most common chief complaint in ED patients 65 years and older in the United States. According to the National Health Statistics Report, the symptom leads to more than 6 million ED visits and more than $10 billion in hospital costs per year. The use of CCTA may help emergency room physicians evaluate patients with chest pain. CCTA is a noninvasive heart imaging test that helps determine if fatty or calcium deposits/plaques have narrowed a patient’s coronary arteries. CCTA is a special type of X-ray examination that combines X-ray equipment with sophisticated computer hardware and software to produce high-quality and diagnostic images or pictures of the heart.Poon and colleagues completed an analysis of data on thousands of Stony Brook patients with chest pain who received either standard evaluation for acute coronary symptoms, which included ED cardiac monitoring with electrocardiograms and blood tests, or CCTA from Jan. 1, 2008, to April 30, 2010. When comparing two matched groups of 894 patients, they found that patients who with standard evaluation had a 5.5 times greater risk for hospital admission and an ED length of stay 1.6 times longer than those who had undergone CCTA. The study results also indicated that patients with standard evaluation were seven times more likely to have invasive coronary angiography without revascularization than patients evaluated with CCTA. Additionally, the likelihood of returning to the ED within 30 days for recurrent chest pain in patients with standard evaluation was five times greater, yet there were no differences in the rates of death and acute myocardial infarction within 30 days between the two groups.Poon said that a major impetus to the study is the lack of widespread CCTA use in emergency settings nationwide to evaluate cardiovascular disease and acute coronary symptoms. He explained that while a variety of issues currently limit the use of CCTA for evaluation of ED patients with chest pain, the most often criticized aspect is the potential for a high radiation dose during the procedure.“We have developed a low-dose radiation CCTA method that can be safely and effectively used in the ED to evaluate these patients,” Poon said. “With the right technology and experts, CCTA use increases emergency physicians’ ability to accurately and efficiently triage patients with chest pain.”The study involved CCTA of patients in a setting where CCTA was available 12 hours a day, seven days per week. Patients undergoing computed tomography (CT) were scanned on a 64-slice CT with a median radiation dose of 5.88 mSv compared to 12 mSv of a routine nuclear stress test. Obstructive artery stenosis was defined as 50 percent or greater lumen narrowing. For more information: www.onlinejacc.org FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Images of regions of interest (colored lines) in the white matter skeleton representation. Data from left and right anterior thalamic radiation (ATR) were averaged. Image courtesy of C. Bouziane et al. Siemens Go.Top CT scanner at SCCT19Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:05Loaded: 15.14%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:05 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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It is predicted that, by 2025, the car market for partially autonomous vehicles will hit 36 billion U.S. dollars. The autonomous car is expected to take the market by storm. A thriving example is the Tesla Autopilot, which has driven over 1.4 billion estimated miles as this post goes live. As the autonomous car sector grows, skilled individuals are highly in demand for employment in this domain. Top companies have already started their hiring process to get people on board. Last week the Indeeds analytics team put together a list of companies that had job descriptions related to ‘autonomous vehicles’. Here is the list of top companies hiring for autonomous vehicle jobs: Source: Indeed.com The company to top the charts is Aptiv. Aptiv operates out of the Detroit metro area and is focused on self-driving and connected vehicles. The company plans to add around 5,000 to 6,000 employees . Following Aptiv is NVIDIA, a company well known for making chip units. NVIDIA is responsible for making the computers that power self-driving capabilities in every Tesla vehicle. Along with Tesla, the company has also partnered with Audi to build autonomous-driving capabilities. Two of the biggest auto manufacturers based in Detroit, General Motors and Ford, are at number three and number four respectively. Both companies have shown interest and invested heavily in recent years in technology for autonomous vehicles. The rest of the list comprises of newer companies testing the waters of autonomous vehicles. Intel, surprisingly stands at number eight. Looks like this company- known for making semiconductor chips and personal computer microprocessors- is also showing a growing interest in this domain. Samsung Semiconductor also makes it to this list along with Flex. Skills needed for jobs in autonomous vehicle According to Indeed, here is the list of the top 10 skills individuals looking for a job in the self-driving car domain must possess. Source: Indeed.com As seen from the list, most of these skills are programming related. This list comes as a surprise to automobile engineers who are not concerned with software development at all. Along with programming languages like C, C++; individuals are also expected to have a sound knowledge on Image processing and Artificial Intelligence. This is not surprising, considering that posts for AI-related roles on Indeed have almost doubled between June 2015 and June 2018. While there is no strong evidence that this sector will flourish in the future, it is clear that companies have their eye on this domain. It would be interesting to see the kind of skill set this domain encourages individuals to develop. To know more about this report, head over to Indeed.com. Read Next Tesla is building its own AI hardware for self-driving cars This self-driving car can drive in its imagination using deep reinforcement learning Baidu Apollo autonomous driving vehicles gets machine learning based auto-calibration system
It got real when Larry Fitzgerald strongly advised fans to bet the over in Las Vegas, where the Cardinals are on the board at 5.5 wins in 2018. Where a winning team makes for a very nice Christmas in Arizona.So what are we missing?Entering training camp, the Cardinals were stuck near the bottom, ranked as high as 21st and as low as 27th in national power rankings. They just tied for 29th on another national website, below the lowly Browns. Earlier in the week, NFL.com pegged them at No. 26.The forecast is curious. If Bradford can stay healthy, he will bring a lot to the party. He doesn’t flex his brain in public, but he is extremely intelligent. He can compensate for what the new center, Mason Cole, doesn’t know and doesn’t see. He’s famously accurate with his passes, conducting practices when the ball doesn’t hit the ground. Just like Kurt Warner once did.The Cardinals have babied Bradford. He didn’t participate in the team’s initial running test that christened training camp. But ever since, he’s looked quick, confident and decisive. The ball comes out of his hands quickly, hinting at one of the pillar philosophies supporting Mike McCoy’s new offense. A strategy designed to keep Bradford on the playing field. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Arizona Cardinals quarterback Sam Bradford warms up during NFL football training camp Saturday, Aug. 4, 2018, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo “Everybody is pleased with his performance,” Wilks said. “And more important, the strength in his knee.”Bradford says he’s eagerly looking forward to next week, when the Cardinals will pare down their playbook, focusing on what they do well and what they do fast. That’s when an offense develops its identity, a process that excites Bradford. It would also seem to indicate an abbreviated showing in the preseason debut, and Wilks confirmed that Bradford will be among three players who will be heavily protected in the preseason debut, along with Larry Fitzgerald and David Johnson.After that, it’s time to take off the training wheels. It’s better for the Cardinals to know early in training camp if Bradford’s knee can hold up to stress, duress and contact. He’s had enough rest and rehab, and it’s time to see what he’s capable of shouldering in 2018. And whether the national experts have this team all wrong. After Tuesday’s practice, the veteran quarterback told reporters he feels “good.” It was an interesting choice of words. It also reflected who Bradford is, understated, motivated, scarred and probably a little scared.He has beaten the NFL at the money game but proven very little in the ones that matter, the ones they play on Sunday. The assemblage of power rankings disrespect his ability as a quarterback, unless they assume he’s going down quick in 2018.Imagine possessing that kind of talent and inspiring that kind of doubt, the kind you can’t control. How do you trust your knee when nobody else does?Bradford has shown complete faith in the health procedures he now follows, never once confirming the opinion of Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer, who called the knee “degenerative” following the 2017 season. Maybe Bradford is fighting a losing battle. Or maybe the head coach is right, and a loose-lipped friend to avoid.Either way, the Cardinals have interesting decisions ahead, a team that had zero quarterbacks on their roster in the middle of March.Do they play Bradford deep into preseason games? He says he wants the action and the chance to regain rhythm. He hasn’t played in a NFL game since Oct. 2017, after he lit up the Saints in Week 1 only to watch his body recoil and rebel. He says it represents his darkest moment in football, and his internal fire is one of the best storylines of the upcoming season. Top Stories Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Diehard Arizona Cardinals fans are feeling a new optimism. They’re also feeling very alone.Is our NFL team ready to shock the football community? Or are we being foolish?Locally, you’ve heard nothing but rave reviews of the new coaching staff and the comprehensive leadership provided by new head coach Steve Wilks. Josh Rosen was the breakout star of NFL minicamp, as witnessed by Patrick Peterson, who said the rookie “blew my mind.” Sam Bradford took the stage in training camp and has looked stellar in training camp. Comments Share
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