Knowledge About Scanning Electron Microscope

1. Description of scanning electron microscope

With length of shell around 1540mm, its shell is smaller and more heavily calcified shell than the other members of same species. shell with horizontal lines, with lightbrown stripes, outlined in black, alternating with translucent white stripes; the animal is too large to fit inside its shell. The species is active at night. Predator feeding on polychaete worms. Empty shells are used by hermit crabs

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2. Hoax theory of scanning electron microscope

In 1980 Margherita Guarducci, a leading epigraphist, published a book claiming that the inscription had been forged by Francesco Martinetti, an art dealer, and Helbig, who were known to have collaborated in shady dealings. Its presentation in 1887, she claimed, was in fact a hoax perpetrated to advance the careers of both men. This was the most formal but not the first accusation of its kind: Georg Karo had said that Helbig told him that the fibula had been stolen from Palestrina's Tomba Bernardini.

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3. Species of scanning electron microscope

Species within the genus Dendronotus include:

Dendronotus albopunctatus Robilliard, 1972

Dendronotus albus MacFarland, 1966 (synonym: Dendronotus diversicolor Robilliard, 1972)

Dendronotus arcticus Korshunova, Sanamyan, Zimina, Fletcher & Martynov, 2016

Dendronotus bathyvela Martynov, Fujiwara, Tsuchida, R. Nakano, N. Sanamyan, K. Sanamyan, Fletcher & Korshunova, 2020

Dendronotus claguei Valds, Lundsten & N. G. Wilson, 2018

Dendronotus comteti Valds & Bouchet, 1998

Dendronotus dalli Bergh, 1879

Dendronotus elegans A. E. Verrill, 1880

Dendronotus europaeus Korshunova, Martynov, Bakken & Picton, 2017

Dendronotus frondosus (Ascanius, 1774) (synonyms: D. arborescens, D. reynoldsi)

Dendronotus gracilis Baba, 1949

Dendronotus iris J.G. Cooper, 1863 (synonym D. giganteus)

Dendronotus jamsteci Martynov, Fujiwara, Tsuchida, R. Nakano, N. Sanamyan, K. Sanamyan, Fletcher & Korshunova, 2020

Dendronotus kalikal Ekimova, Korshunova, Schepetov, Neretina, Sanamyan & Martynov, 2015

Dendronotus kamchaticus Ekimova, Korshunova, Schepetov, Neretina, Sanamyan & Martynov, 2015

Dendronotus lacteus (W. Thompson, 1840)

Dendronotus nordenskioeldi Korshunova, Bakken, Grtan, Johnson, Lundin & Martynov, 2020

Dendronotus patricki Stout, N. G. Wilson & Valds, 2011

Dendronotus primorjensis Martynov, Sanamyan & Korshunova, 2015

Dendronotus robilliardi Korshunova, Sanamyan, Zimina, Fletcher & Martynov, 2016

Dendronotus robustus Verrill, 1870

Dendronotus rufus O'Donoghue, 1921

Dendronotus subramosus MacFarland, 1966

Dendronotus velifer G. O. Sars, 1878

Dendronotus venustus MacFarland, 1966

Dendronotus yrjargul Korshunova, Bakken, Grtan, Johnson, Lundin & Martynov, 2020

Dendronotus zakuro Martynov, Fujiwara, Tsuchida, R. Nakano, N. Sanamyan, K. Sanamyan, Fletcher & Korshunova, 2020Species brought into synonymy

Dendronotus diversicolor Robilliard, 1972: synonym of Dendronotus albus MacFarland, 1966

Dendronotus luteolus Lafont, 1871: synonym of Dendronotus frondosus (Ascanius, 1774)

Dendronotus nanus Marcus & Marcus, 1967: synonym of Dendronotus iris J. G. Cooper, 1863

Dendronotus stellifer A. Adams & Reeve in A. Adams, 1848: synonym of Bornella stellifer (A. Adams & Reeve in A. Adams, 1848)

Dendronotus tenellus A. Adams & Reeve in A. Adams, 1848: synonym of Bornella stellifer (A. Adams & Reeve in A. Adams, 1848)

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4. Kazachstania yasuniensis of scanning electron microscope

Kazachstania yasuniensis is a recently isolated yeast. This organism is part of the genus Kazachstania, which can be found in a large variety of habitats such as fermented foods, animals, wastewater, et cetera

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5. Scanning electron cryomicroscopy of scanning electron microscope

Scanning electron cryomicroscopy (CryoSEM) is a form of electron microscopy where a hydrated but cryogenically fixed sample is imaged on a scanning electron microscope's cold stage in a cryogenic chamber. The cooling is usually achieved with liquid nitrogen. CryoSEM of biological samples with a high moisture content can be done faster with fewer sample preparation steps than conventional SEM. In addition, the dehydration processes needed to prepare a biological sample for a conventional SEM chamber create numerous distortions in the tissue leading to structural artifacts during imaging.

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6. Discovery of scanning electron microscope

The fibula was presented to the public in 1887 by Wolfgang Helbig, an archaeologist. According to some sources, Helbig did not explain how he had come to acquire the artifact at the time, although others state that the fibula "was first made known to the public in three short articles in the Rmische Mitteilungen for 1887 where it is said to have been purchased in Palestrina by a friend of Helbig in the year 1871, or five years before the discovery of the tomb" the tomb in question being the Bernardini Tomb whose treasure the fibula was later claimed to be a part of

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7. Praeneste fibula of scanning electron microscope

The Praeneste fibula (the "brooch of Palestrina") is a golden fibula or brooch, today housed in the Museo Preistorico Etnografico Luigi Pigorini in Rome. The fibula bears an inscription in Old Latin. At the time of its discovery in the late nineteenth century, it was accepted as the earliest known specimen of the Latin language. The authenticity of the inscription has since been disputed. However a new analysis performed in 2011 declared it to be genuine "beyond any reasonable doubt" and to date from the Orientalizing period, in the first half of the seventh century BC.

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8. Otto Klemperer (physicist) of scanning electron microscope

Otto Ernst Heinrich Klemperer (18991987) was a physicist expert in electron optics. He was granted his doctorate by the Humboldt-Universitt zu Berlin in 1923. His thesis advisor was Hans Geiger. He continued to work with Geiger in the 1930s.

Klemperer was co-inventor in 1928 of the Geiger-Klemperer ball counter, "the first major advance in the design of proportional counters". During the 1930s, he worked at the Cavendish Laboratory at the University of Cambridge on discrepancies between Fermi's theory of -decay and the observed radiation properties of rubidium and polonium. He was later an Assistant Professor and Reader in Physics at Imperial College, London, where he wrote the third edition of his book on electron optics with Mike Barnett.

The conductor Otto Klemperer was his father's cousin.

His uncle was the Romanist Victor Klemperer.

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9. Isolation of scanning electron microscope

Kazachstania yasuniensis was isolated on Ecuador and the Galpagos archipelago in arboreal regions. Seven strains of the genus Kazachstania were isolated in order to provide a thorough taxonomy for the novel species. These samples were cultured on 7.6% ethanol medium (Sniegowski et al. 2002). They were isolated either from rotten wood, soil, or decaying fruits. Based upon where these species were isolated, researchers concluded that K. yasuniensis most likely resides in an arboreal habitat. The strains were collected from the Ecuadorian Amazon, as well as the Scalesia forest of Santa Cruz Island in the Galpagos islands.

Although no Gram staining was performed, using a scanning electron microscope, K. yasuniensis cells were found to be ovoid and either single, paired, or in short chains or groups of cells.

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10. Crewe (surname) of scanning electron microscope

Crewe or Crew is a surname of Old Welsh origin.

People with this surname include

Albert Crewe (19272009), physicist and inventor of the scanning transmission electron microscope

Bertie Crewe (18601937), British theatre designer

Bob Crewe (19302014), American songwriter, singer, manager, and record producer

Francis Albert Eley Crew (1886-1973), British animal geneticist

Sir George Harpur Crewe, 8th Baronet (17951844), English Tory politician

Harvey and Jeannette Crewe, murder victims in New Zealand

Henry Harpur Crewe (18281883), English clergyman and naturalist

Hungerford Crewe, 3rd Baron Crewe (18121894)

John Crewe (disambiguation), various persons of that name, including:

John Crewe, 1st Baron Crewe (17421829)

John Crewe, 2nd Baron Crewe (17721835)

Quentin Crewe (19261998), English journalist, author and adventurer

Ranulph Crewe (15581646), English judge and Chief Justice of the King's Bench

Thomas Crewe (15651634), English Member of Parliament and lawyer, Speaker of the House of Commons

Amanda Crew, Canadian film and television actress

Gary Crew, Australian writer of young adult fiction

Nathaniel Crew, 3rd Baron Crew, Bishop of Oxford (1671 to 1674) and Bishop of Durham (1674 to 1721)

Rudy Crew, former Superintendent of Schools of Miami-Dade County Public Schools in Florida, USA

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11. Further reading of scanning electron microscope

Authors who argue that the Fibula is a forgery:

Hamp, Eric P. (1981). "Is the Fibula a Fake?". American Journal of Philology. 102 (2): 1513. doi:10.2307/294308. JSTOR294308.

Gordon, Arthur E. (1983). Illustrated Introduction to Latin Epigraphy. Berkeley/Los Angeles/London. ISBN0520038983.

Bonfante, Larissa (1986). Etruscan Life and Afterlife: A Handbook of Etruscan Studies. Detroit: Wayne State University Press.Authors who argue that the Fibula is authentic:

Lehmann, Winfred P. (1993). Historical Linguistics (3rd ed.). Routledge.

Wachter, R. (1987). Altlateinische Inschriften. Sprachliche und epigraphische Untersuchungen zu den Dokumenten bis 150 v. Chr. Bern etc.

Formigli, E. (1992). "Indagini archeometriche sull'autenticit della Fibula Praenestina". MDAI(R). 99: 32943, Taf. 8896.

Hartmann, Markus (2005). Die frhlateinischen Inschriften und ihre Datierung: Eine linguistisch-archologisch-palographische Untersuchung (in German). Bremen: Hempen. ISBN978-3-934106-47-5.

"La Fibula Prenestina". Bullettino di Paletnologia Italiana (in Italian). 99. 2014.

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12. Anatomy of scanning electron microscope

Snails in this genus create and use love darts as part of their mating behavior.

The scanning electron microscope images on the left show (above) the lateral view of the love dart of Humboldtiana nuevoleonis, scale bar 500 m (0.5mm); and (below) a cross section of the dart, scale bar 50 m.

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13. Utricularia meyeri of scanning electron microscope

Utricularia meyeri is a medium-sized, probably perennial carnivorous plant that belongs to the genus Utricularia. It is endemic to western Goias and eastern Mato Grosso in central Brazil. U.meyeri grows as a terrestrial plant in bogs and seasonally flooded swamps and grasslands at altitudes from 400m (1,312ft) to around 600m (1,969ft). It was originally described by Robert Knud Friedrich Pilger in 1901 and later reduced to synonymy under U.erectiflora by Peter Taylor in 1967. He later reevaluated his decision on the basis of scanning electron microscope images of the seed of the two species.

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14. Replicas of scanning electron microscope

Replicas of the fibula are held by the National Roman Museum's Museum of Epigraphy at the Baths of Diocletian in Rome, and also by the Arthur M. Sackler Museum at Harvard in Cambridge, Massachussetts.

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15. Characteristics of scanning electron microscope

Morphologically, standard methods such as growth temperature testing using yeast extract-malt extract agar cultivation and sporulation tests on various agars were used. As far as physiological characterization goes, the novel species differed from its close relatives in that it absorbed trehalose and ethanol, while growing on ethylamine hydrogen chloride and sodium chloride. It was also unable to grow at 37C and absorb glucose, and could absorb sucrose, all of which are physiological aspects that differ from its close relatives.

The Si value was calculated for the species as well. A higher Si value indicates a more specialized species. The value for K. yasuniensis was 0.62, and therefore characterized with the majority of yeast species found in highly specialized environments.

Kazachstania yasuniensis was found to absorb and metabolize glucose, sucrose, raffinose, galactose, trehalose, cadaverine, ethylamine hydrochloride, and ethanol. It could not grow on inulin, melibiose, lactose, maltose, melezitose, methyl - d-glucoside, starch, cellobiose, salicin, l-sorbose, l-rhamnose, d-xylose, l-arabinose, d-arabinose, d-ribose, methanol, glycerol, erythritol, ribitol, galactitol, d-mannitol, d-glucitol, inositol, dl-lactate, succinate, citrate, d-glucosamine, glucono- d-lactone, ysine, nitrate, xylitol, or 50% glucose/yeast extract. The organism proliferated at 30C, but there was no growth at 37C.

Multigene sequencing needs to be performed in order to establish clearer boundaries between yeast species. This is a very novel species and there is still much to be discovered.

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16. Dendronotus of scanning electron microscope

Dendronotus is a genus of sea slugs, nudibranchs, marine gastropod molluscs in the superfamily Tritonioidea.

This genus is within the clade Cladobranchia (according to the taxonomy of the Gastropoda by Bouchet & Rocroi, 2005).

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17. Date and inscription of scanning electron microscope

The fibula was thought to originate from the 7th century BC. It is inscribed with a text that appears to be written in Old Latin or Proto-Latino-Faliscan (shown by MED /med/ as an accusative instead of ablative), here transcribed to Roman letters:

MANIOS MED FHEFHAKED NVMASIOIThe reconstructed Proto-Italic ancestor would have been:

*Mnjos m fefaked NumazjiThe equivalent Classical Latin sentence obtained by applying the appropriate differences between Old Latin and Classical Latin would probably have been:

*MANIVS ME FECIT NVMERIOtranslated as:

Manius made me for Numerius

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18. Chilostoma cingulatum of scanning electron microscope

Chilostoma cingulatum is a species of medium-sized, air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Helicidae, the true snails.

Subspecies

Chilostoma cingulatum adamii (Pini, 1876)

Chilostoma cingulatum alzonai K. L. Pfeiffer, 1951

Chilostoma cingulatum anauniense (De Betta, 1852)

Chilostoma cingulatum anconae (Gentiluomo, 1868)

Chilostoma cingulatum appelii (Kobelt, 1876)

Chilostoma cingulatum asperulum (Ehrmann, 1910)

Chilostoma cingulatum baldense (Rossmssler, 1839)

Chilostoma cingulatum bizona (Rossmssler, 1842)

Chilostoma cingulatum boccavallense K. L. Pfeiffer, 1951

Chilostoma cingulatum carrarense (Strobel, 1852)

Chilostoma cingulatum cingulatum (S. Studer, 1820)

Chilostoma cingulatum colubrinum (De Cristofori & Jan, 1832)

Chilostoma cingulatum frigidescens (Del Prete, 1879)

Chilostoma cingulatum frigidissimum (Paulucci, 1881)

Chilostoma cingulatum frigidosum (Pollonera, 1890)

Chilostoma cingulatum gobanzi (Frauenfeld, 1867)

Chilostoma cingulatum hermesianum (Pini, 1874)

Chilostoma cingulatum infernale (P. Hesse, 1931)

Chilostoma cingulatum insubricum (De Cristofori & Jan, 1832)

Chilostoma cingulatum medoacense (Adami, 1886)

Chilostoma cingulatum montanum (Paulucci, 1881)

Chilostoma cingulatum nicatis (Costa, 1836)

Chilostoma cingulatum nicolisianum (Adami, 1886)

Chilostoma cingulatum peregrini Falkner, 1998

Chilostoma cingulatum philippii (Kobelt, 1905)

Chilostoma cingulatum preslii (Rossmssler, 1836)

Chilostoma cingulatum sentinense (Piersanti, 1833)

Chilostoma cingulatum transiens (Adami, 1886)

Chilostoma cingulatum anauniense

Chilostoma cingulatum baldense

Chilostoma cingulatum colubrinum

Chilostoma cingulatum nicatis

Chilostoma cingulatum preslii

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As a result, virtual 2D anatomy tables appear to display life-size anatomy by age, gender, and body type. Unlike 2D representation of sequential 2D sections, however, these tables require students to derive 3D spatial relationships. In contrast to 2D visuals, which do not require additional mental steps to unambiguously define vascular networks, the understanding of 3D surface structures (e.g.Students can learn anatomy at the Virtual Anatomy Table, which has a large interactive touchscreen and a super-high-resolution computer screen. It is equipped with a library of images such as X-rays, MRI, CT scans and pathological slides. Students can see muscles, organs, tissues, veins and bones on the touchscreen.Students are able to dissect, rotate, cut and reassemble organs and other anatomical structures as needed. They can also deal with histology, microscopic anatomy, histopathology (microscopic pathology) and organ system studies, according to the state school. Unique anatomy tables allow students and faculty to examine specific structures of the human body and discuss clinical conditions in non-laboratory environments such as the classroom.The table shows the female and male whole body anatomy, showing the complete outer and inner anatomy from head to toe. Images from untreated frozen carcasses are dyed, shaped and preserved to illustrate the exact anatomical realism of a living human being. In the unique context of anatomy study, an additional virtual section can be carried out with one of the Life-size virtual dissection tables from the Institute of Anatomy of the University of Padua.A life-size virtual dissection table is a practical, three-dimensional medical education tool that allows students to dissect digital human corpses. It is presented on an interactive touch screen measuring 2.1 m x 0.6 m. Students can manipulate structures, planes, sections and cross-sections to create 3D reconstructions from multiple angles and to identify selected anatomy [29]. The table can be pre-installed with the whole body or a cross section of fresh or frozen carcasses.The Hunterdon County Vocational School District Biomedical Sciences Academy of New Jersey purchased a digital dissection table with an $80,000 grant from the state Department of Education. Students at El Dorado High School were able to experience one of the most incredible technologies I've ever seen firsthand as they showed Grey's Anatomy their new anatomy table. The 1.50-metre-long dissection tables allow anatomy students to take a closer look at the muscles of the human body with a touchscreen that works like an iPad.El Dorado High School acquired one of the unique anatomage tables for Mr. Hinton Foster's Anatomy and Physiology Class. Morgan Community College (MCC) announced recent the purchase of an Analytical Table, making it one of the few community colleges in Colorado to use the technology in the classroom. Funding for the table came from the Innovation Award Program of Colorado Community College System.Hundreds of institutions have introduced the Anatomage Table as an anatomical and physiological teaching tool. This course is a good choice for faculty who want to equip their students with anatomical references, study resources and tools for creating assignments. If you want a virtual dissection tool to replace a cadaver laboratory in your facility, or if your institution wants to set up a virtual dissection laboratory with an anatomy agent table, you should take a look at Natures products.The main difference between the anatomy table and the course material is whether you want your students to use 3D anatomy technology. The difference in user experience between the two shows that while the anatomage table provides a cadaver replacement that requires the use of a textbook, the course materials replace the textbook and serve as a learning tool that improves the traditional experience in the dissection laboratory of cadavers.Cadaver preparation is the traditional method for medical students to learn about human body parts and functions. Students at a high school in New Jersey can now dissect the human body thanks to the acquisition of cutting-edge technology only available to medical students. Virtual dissecting tables solve this problem for universities, but they are also on their way to high schools that offer prospective doctors a real-life experience of the body and how it works.UNLV is the first allopathic medical school to use virtual 3-D anatomy, Fahl said. Students reported that 96% of them considered the virtual section to be a useful tool for learning anatomy (8). Their cross-sectional studies showed that the technology was promising but required careful curriculum design and training to optimise its benefits for learning (11).MCC students use this amazing learning tool to prepare for their careers in health care. The UNLV School of Medicine breaks with the traditional teaching methods when 60 medical students begin their anatomy classes in November. Lecturers and students can control the virtual anatomical table by touching and dragging one or more fingers across the screen.Let's start with a brief summary of the technology so we can compare. The estimated total available market worldwide is 2,334 medical schools (about 170 in the US), or $900 million. There are currently two companies offering virtual anatomy tables: Sectra (Sweden) and Anatomage (USA), which cost between $60K and $200K.
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Ways to Care for Your Athletic Pet Oxygen Chamber
Ways to Care for Your Athletic Pet Oxygen Chamber
When the patient is ready, he or she is taken to a special room for the scan or scan. The patient will have to wear a dress, and he will have to remove all jewelry. A table is pushed into a large hole and the patient is surrounded by machines.Hyperbaric oxygen therapy plays an important role in the treatment of children with autism spectrum disorders. The treatment is the same, with the only difference that the patient inhales pure oxygen through a mask or hood in a multi-purpose chamber. The HBOT Clinic uses a hard, medically high quality hyperbaric oxygen chamber with 100% oxygen, while a mild MBOT chamber can be used with ambient air with 21% oxygen at low pressure at home.A number of evidence-based procedures show that hyperbaric oxygen therapy can accelerate wound healing in many types of wounds. It can reduce swelling, stimulate the formation of new blood vessels, heal swollen tissue, reduce pressure from head and spinal cord injuries, improve healing and improve infection control. This is particularly important for diabetics as it provides effective wound healing and reduces the risk of amputation.Patients are placed in a pressurized hyperbaric oxygen chamber, where they inhale 24 to 100 times more oxygen than normal. The ambient pressure in the chamber is three times higher than the air we breathe. In the CVMC Wind Care Center there are two Hyperbaric Oxygen Chambers, which are currently being expanded by an additional chamber.This type of environment helps to increase oxygen solubility in the blood, which accelerates oxygen-dependent bodily functions such as heartbeat and thinking and moving. However, working with 100 percent oxygen can be dangerous, especially if the pet entering the chamber has been dabbed with water or treatment, as its fur does not conduct static electricity, which can cause fires. In 2012, an oxygen chamber exploded at the Florida Equine Sports Medicine Centre, causing part of the building to collapse and killing a worker and a horse in the chamber.The 2012 explosion claimed the life of a technician in Ocala, Florida, as he treated a horse for oxygen therapy. The oxygen chamber at the Florida Equine Sports Medicine Centre was not one of McCullough's chambers, but it was a large piece of equipment made specifically for horses. Investigators believe the horses' steel shoes triggered sparks that ignited the oxygen and caused the building to explode.There have been many clinical trials trying to prove the usefulness of hyperbaric oxygen therapy in treating people with autism spectrum disorders. The University of Florida School of Veterinary Medicine has begun clinical trials in its own hyperbaric chamber to assess whether oxygen therapy can help animals.The most effective way to deliver 100 percent oxygen to an intubated patient is to inflate the cuff, which requires anesthesia. Use portable oxygen therapy Oxygen therapy for your dog should be treated like the type of oxygen therapy that human patients use. You should never change your pet's oxygen dose unless your veterinarian tells you to do so, and you should always make sure that your dog is administered oxygen.In humans, insurers pay for the treatment of several diseases, including carbon monoxide poisoning, contusions and bone marrow infections. Real-life examples include terminal laryngeal paralysis, laryngeal collapse and brachycephaly syndrome. Insurance companies will not pay for the hyperbaric treatment of a wound or ulcer because it is unproven therapy, but some people swear by it and go to private clinics.Oxygen can be provided in an oxygen cage, chamber, tent, intubation or with an oxygen hood on the dog. Consult with your veterinarian about the preferred method, level and duration of oxygen therapy for your dog. Five minutes of oxygen therapy can ease the discomfort and turn the tide for the patient.The Pawprint oxygen canister is a source of rescue oxygen that enables veterinarians and veterinary parents to deliver oxygen quickly and locally to pets suffering from hypoxemia (lack of oxygen in the blood) or shortness of breath (shortness of breath). It provides a safe and easy way to transport oxygen-dependent pets. The oxygen source is either an oxygen tank, an oxygen concentrator at home or portable oxygen concentrators.The other end of the tube is attached to the oxygen mask or the pet dispenser. Insert the oxygen mask into the nose and mouth of the pet by placing a hood over the head as prescribed.Oxygen saturation will increase depending on how well the mask fits the patient's face. In a respiratory emergency, the last thing you want is for your patient to panic, so it is not an ideal option for a nervous patient. You may need to resort to flow oxygen or use another method, such as moving your patient out of the oxygen cage.Oxygen therapy can be a life-saving and indispensable treatment in many circumstances. New therapies are available to help dogs with all kinds of medical problems. Head and spinal cord trauma, sports injuries, shock, acute anemia, pulmonary edema, wounds, burns, snake bites, infectious diseases such as Lyme disease, pancreatitis, and the list goes on.The cost of treatment for a long-term illness such as kidney disease can be exorbitant. In the end I spent $150 a month on medication, $300 to $800 for visits to a specialist every other month and over $2,000 for an overnight stay in a hyperbaric oxygen chamber to help her breathe normally again.I felt equally panicked about the cost and guilty about my growing financial anxiety, but I noticed that discussing the treatment in question never seemed like the best long-term solution for Kitty's well-being or anyone else's. Not that you want to provide medical care for thousands of pets, but it's not always an option. Some pet owners have been treated by vets from Holly Springs, who use state-of-the-art medical procedures on dogs with disastrous results.In August 2015, Erin Drumm brought her Casanova pet mix to My Pet Vet in Holly Springs. She agreed to allow veterinarian Dr. Walton Waller to give Casanova oxygen therapy by placing the dog in a pressure chamber at the clinic.
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Top Reasons for Using a Best Intraoral Scanner
Top Reasons for Using a Best Intraoral Scanner
In addition to apps such as Trio's Patient Monitoring, which allows doctors to track and quantify gum removal, bruxism and tooth movement, and a treatment simulator that shows patients how to visualize the results of orthodontic treatment, you can use scanning to inspire your patients during a visit and increase acceptance of the treatment. Digital dentistry impresses your patients and brings them into conversation and recommends your practice. When you google, there are many articles about dentists who talk about the positive impact of digital technology on their practice.Using the latest and best technology is not only beneficial for our dentists and staff in Dr. Dean Glasser's practice, but also for our patients. The field of orthodontics has benefited greatly from dentists using this technology, whether to ensure better alignment of the braces or to perform dental extractions and other complex procedures. The science of dentistry makes diagnosing dental diseases and predicting the right course of treatment easier and more convenient.Since the introduction of the intraoral scanner, it has been improving and diversifying the dental profession. Dentistry has evolved over time and, with technological advances, it is rising to ever higher heights.The intraoral scanner is a dental tool used in dentistry to create direct optical imprints. In order to depict the mouth of a patient using conventional methods, an analogue imprint is required. For example, a dentist inserts a very long impression tray into the patient's mouth.Intraoral scanners are used by dentistry to create scans of virtual models using optical imprints. When you visit a dentist, you will come across a small stick-like device that provides you with information about your teeth in no time at all. An intraoral scanner is used by the dentist to detect optical imprints of dental arches, soft and hard tissues and to transmit these images for printing and interpretation to an interface with a computer monitor in the laboratory.Intraoral scanning eliminates the chaos and variability of traditional PVS and alginate prints. Instead of forcing patients to sit for fifteen minutes on a chair to complete the imprint process, the 3Shapes Trios Dental intraoral scanner scans the teeth in seconds with a powder which helps to save time and greatly reduces patient discomfort. By taking a close-up of the digital print, patients can better understand the condition of their teeth.Patients tend to prefer optical prints to conventional prints, as reported in the literature [12, 19]. Thus, when patients replace conventional impression material with light, the advantages of optical imprints are appreciated [9, 12]. Optical impressions reduce the discomfort of patients compared to conventional physical impressions [13, 19].In fact, it eliminates the need for a material tray, which is often undesirable for patients [9, 11, 13, 19]. Studies have shown that patients love the instant 3-D images provided by an intraoral scanner. The ability to show patients how to be scanned and monitored promotes effortless communication of treatment plans.The benefits of intraoral scanning, such as accuracy and speed, are obvious, but there are other benefits that may not be so obvious. These five advantages make it easy to see why patients and dentists are so enthusiastic about the Itero Elements scanning system. Dentists who use advanced technologies such as intraoral scanners are perceived as knowledgeable, competent and trustworthy.We have all worked with intraoral scanning systems such as the 3shape Trio Carestream 3600 and 3M True Definition, Thero Element Dental Wing Intraoral Scanner, Cerec and Omnicam. We can purchase a scanner for your office and provide laboratory loans and commitments for future dental laboratories.If you are not yet using intraoral scanning, it is time to consider the transition. Digital impressions offer a number of benefits for dentists and patients alike. Studies show that patients love the instant 3-D images provided by intraoral scanners, and I believe that doctors who use digital imaging systems are more competent, savvy, and advanced.When it comes to medical health, whether it is dental or orthodontic, a sure sign of excellence is the commitment to stay up to date with the latest technology and best practices for patient comfort and effective treatment. We are dedicated to moving the times at Love and Smiles at Overland Park and to offering our patients the best in orthodontics and general dentistry. Take a look at the benefits outlined below, and if you are interested, contact us.As part of this commitment, we are proud to promote the use of iTero Digital Intraoral Scanner for oral imaging and corrective orthodontic procedures. In this post, we will help you learn more about this innovative device and its use in our practice. We will highlight five of the key benefits it offers our patients in terms of effectiveness, convenience and improved results.Unlike previous technologies in dentistry, iOS has proven to be fast and time saving. The advent of the intraoral scanner has meant that patients do not have to sit in the dentist's chair for hours during treatment. This technology improves patient experience by improving because they know what to expect and feel safer in their diagnosis and treatment plan.This technique allows the dentist to treat as many patients as possible in a short time compared to previous techniques, resulting in more patients and more money. It also proves to be more comfortable for the patient, as the dental scan is only a matter of a few minutes of the patient's time.Safe - The iOS does not emit unwarranted radiation and is safe for dentists who use it for their patients. Efficient - This technique allows a dentist to treat as many patients as possible in a short time.If you are looking for a high-speed intraoral scanner, it is important to consider the size and weight of the scanner, the height of the tips and to ensure that speed improvement does not affect resolution. A faster scanning experience can come at the expense of a heavier scanner with larger peaks that can capture more data and cause discomfort to your patients. Ergonomics is important when intraoral scans are used and integrated into the patient's workflow.Laboratories can access intraoral scan data within minutes of the scan, allowing them to get started quickly in cases where traditional impressions arrive late in the lab. Intraoral scan data can progress from point to point in micrometers.
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Tips for Choosing the Best 3D Anatomy Education Virtual Anatomy Table
Tips for Choosing the Best 3D Anatomy Education Virtual Anatomy Table
At the virtual dissection table, the professor asked the students to diagnose a shoulder problem. The students described the structure and linkages of the information. When the course was over, they turned around the room door to view a 3-D image of the shoulder and chest from the world-famous Bassett collection of human sections.They participated in a 30-minute PowerPoint-based introductory lecture on cranial anatomy that included features of cranial bone characteristics, structure, and spatial relationships. The lecture was given by a PUMC teacher whom the students had not known before. After the lecture, each participant received a single sheet of paper with a curriculum that they could use to take notes.The first student to work on the table was a new student in an anatomical biotechnology course taught by Srivastava. The traditional dissection laboratory was filled with rows of medical students and carcasses covered with a blue tarp. Three groups were divided into three separate rooms for a 30-minute self-controlled learning session with a skull from the VRL and a cadaver skull from a 2D atlas.The Anatomage Table was described as the first virtual dissection table in the world to be segmented by a real human with a three-dimensional (3D) anatomy system. Two dissection tables with uncovered human arms were shown during the sessions. The virtual dissection table anatomy was used by several hundred schools and provided life-size gross anatomy and 3D images of two male and two female adults as well as over 1,000 human CT and MRI scans.Hundreds of institutions have introduced the Anatomage Table as an anatomical and physiological teaching tool. The gross anatomy model is the most complete male gross anatomy model and the gold standard of anatomical education.Teams build models based on anatomical papers, classical textbooks and scanned data to provide you with the closest thing to a real human body for precise studies. Microscopic models go beyond the crude anatomy to learn the function of important tissues and cells that make up muscle, bones, skin, nerves and more. Background and objectives of this study: To identify this study, three-dimensional (3D) anatomy models, their effects on learning and the quality of research in this area must be investigated.The anatomical basics improve your general knowledge by learning more and building a foundation if you are already interested in anatomy and want to learn more and build a foundation, pick an app that will help you. These apps contain basic information on topics such as biology and physiology to help you learn more about anatomy in general. They also have terms and definitions that help people to practice and learn different types of topics that occur in anatomy.If you want to learn the basics of biology or health, consider an app that can answer important questions about the human anatomy and how the body works. Research into anatomy is free, but if you focus on physiology and anatomy, you may need a few additional tools to excel. Lectures, seminars and laboratory courses as part of university or school of anatomy courses: Generally speaking, you cannot avoid lectures, seminars and laboratories if you are studying anatomy.The main difference between Anatomage Table and course material is how you want your students to use 3D anatomy technology. The contrast between the two shows us that the Anatomages Table provides a cadaver replacement that requires the use of a textbook while course materials replace the textbook and serve as a learning tool that improves traditional cadaver and dissection laboratory experiences.Mount Aloysius College recently received a $100,000 grant from George I. Alden Trust to purchase a virtual human dissection table (or anatomy) to improve anatomy teaching in college health programs. The table allows students to dissect topics in a 3D environment and solve quizzes with built-in software. Anatomy tables can be expensive for institutions and start at $38K, but that price is cheaper in the long run than using a carcass.In view of the lack of school laboratories and the need for a thorough medical imaging, district leaders and science educators are increasingly looking for alternatives to real animal taxidermy classes. Virtual dissecting tables and other tools allow students to explore anatomy without having to deal with ethical issues. Synthetic frogs and digital dissection tables can accommodate students who, for ethical or religious reasons, choose to dissect real animals.Familiar with the challenges of traditional teaching, students are often accustomed to two-dimensional (2D) images and anatomical textbooks and articles as reference books [4]. By contrast, 3D VR offers students the potential to build strong foundations in human anatomy through facilitating spatial visualization that maximizes the input and internalization of anatomical structures.The qualitative results of the present study showed that the use of 3D VR facilitated both the learning and the engagement of teachers and students. Several students expressed positive experiences with technology to learn about human anatomy while others felt that using traditional cadaver models to complement the technology led to a better teaching and learning process.The effectiveness of 3D VR as teaching and learning tool was observed in male medical students. The results of the study showed that medical students with a positive and satisfactory attitude to interactive simulation programs while learning anatomy had a positive attitude to teaching [9, 11, 12, 20]. Freshmen have less experience and knowledge of anatomy and they are unaware of the potential damage they can cause structures during anatomy ; therefore simulation techniques can be helpful for students with little experience [9].According to Moro et al. The use of virtual reality and augmented reality technology is effective in teaching anatomy and increasing student satisfaction [12]. The effectiveness of these teaching materials for students in both short and long-term knowledge preservation was assessed. Most review articles show that the use of virtual technologies increases students'"ability to learn and introduces a useful tool in medical education in addition to increasing students" practical skills in various areas of education [2, 25] and reduces their stress in high-risk situations such as surgeries [26].The Visible Bodys course is a combination of four of our award-winning apps (Human Anatomy Atlas 2020, Muscle Premium Anatomy, Physiology 2019 and Physiology Animations) and an online platform that includes tools to create tasks with the assets in the apps, quiz-making tools and a grading book to track students "progress. Now that we have looked at the basics, let us take a look at how much this technology costs.
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The Significance of Beautiful Handmade Virtual Anatomy Table
The Significance of Beautiful Handmade Virtual Anatomy Table
Louisiana Tech students in all health sciences will benefit from an unprecedented collaborative education experience that begins this fall with the opening of the Justin and Jeanette Hinckley Virtual Anatomy Laboratory at Carson-Taylor Hall. At the heart of the laboratory is the Anatomage Table, the most advanced 3D visualization and virtual dissection tool ever developed for anatomy and physiology classes. This lab will be an incredible learning tool and I am envious of the students who will use it in the coming year.The anatomy table, the most technologically advanced 3D anatomy visualization and virtual dissection tool for teaching anatomy and physiology, is created by working with operating tables in a format that combines radiology software with clinical content and offers students the opportunity to learn at all levels of the section, from the study of the body to the level of single cells. Students have access to more than 1,600 MRI and CT scans of human and animal development and injuries and more can be downloaded and made available as technology develops and expands. Hundreds of institutions have introduced the Anatomy Table as a tool for training in anatomy and physiology.This fall, students studying health sciences at Montgomery County Community College will utilize groundbreaking new technology to study human anatomy and physiology. Matthew Kilbride, teaching technology and simulation specialist, demonstrates the new Anatomage Table, which is available at Blue Bell and Pottstown universities. The Anatomage Table offers health science students a new way to study anatomy and physiology.Montgomery County Community College acquired two anatomage tables last spring that students and faculty can incorporate into their body examinations. While the tables can be used personally, the students learn from the lecturers who teach them. The faculty will also add the pathology of cadavers so that students can gain a better understanding of what medical conditions look like in the human body.Students reported that anatomists were a valuable addition to the dissection course, but not a complete substitute [6]. They did not find any significant differences between the groups in gaining knowledge and showed that virtual dissection tables facilitate 3D visualization of structures and their relationship to the best traditional section [1]. Their cross-sectional studies showed that virtual sections are promising, but require careful curriculum design and training to optimize their benefits for learning [11].A life-size virtual dissection table was pre-installed with a full-body cross-section of fresh and frozen carcasses. Students reported that 96% of them thought that the Virtual Section was a useful tool for learning anatomy [8]. As a result, the integration of classical coarse dissection with additional virtual experience of digital human carcasses improved anatomy learning among medical students in this test.The beauty of the Anaatomage Table is that you can rotate to view the body in three levels for a unique 3D experience. Two tables are available on the Blue Bell and Pottstown campuses. Each version is calibrated to add support for tablet devices, but the orientations are different.The building was modeled after Castle Ericsberg, Stockholm City Hall and George Washington's house in Mount Vernon. It has a 150-seat auditorium, conservation and research laboratories, classrooms, a restaurant and a beautiful reflective pool at the entrance. John Ericsson's model of a solar steam engine was invented in the 1870s and uses a focusing lens to focus light on the boiler.MGI is an international database and resource for laboratory mice that provides integrated genetic, genomic and biological data to facilitate research into human health and disease. The virtual Cadaver is one of the first of its kind in the UK and is exhibited at the School of Biomedical Sciences of the university. Anatomy tables allow medical students to examine the human body without actually dissecting it.What looks like a foot-sized doll sitting on the desk of a beautiful table in our amazing machinery exhibition is actually a complicated piece of engineering art that you might have missed if you didn't know how to look at it. The doll, made by the Maillardet studio, drew four paintings and wrote three poems, two of them in French. Despite its inconspicuous appearance, it is a robot that houses one of the largest mechanical memories of any existing automaton.You can use multiple data collection tools (interviews, online surveys, telephone chats, field studies) to collect data. The point is that it is actually data-driven and includes all relevant criteria from the time of ownership.Through Pareto Analysis, you can evaluate the problems by grouping related problems and focusing your efforts on the most important causes and ignoring the smaller ones. Record the causes on the x-axis and the effects on the y-axis to interpret the data. The main categories (persons, equipment, policies, procedures, branches, etc.). Are divided into sub-categories and sub-categories.After a while, analyze the available data using the cause and effect diagram, also known as the herringbone diagram. Put the problem on the mouth of the fish and list the possible causes such as branches, bones, fish, etc.
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3D Dental Systems - 3D Cart - Intraoral Scanner Cart! | Facebook
3D Dental Systems - 3D Cart - Intraoral Scanner Cart! | Facebook
In fact, it is one of the fastest intraoral scanners on the market. It offers a simple and intuitive user interface, and the scanning protocol is the same as the scanning protocol for all intraoral scanners. Images are captured at lightning speed, with a rich and vibrant color palette, automatic fog avoidance enables continuous scanning, reduces scanning time, replaceable cable reduces scanner wear and extends scanner life cycle, small, seamless autoclavable tips enhance patient comfort, plug-and-play features enable scanner sharing between operating theatres and laptops, compact ergonomics is in your hands for more control and recording images in a small and lightweight Planmeca Emerald (tm) intraoral scanner designed with superior ease of use.With unprecedented speed and accuracy, this scanner represents the highest scanning level available worldwide today. At Bayshore Dental Studio we have worked with intraoral scanner systems such as 3shape Trios, Carestream 3M, True Definition, Itero, Dental Wing and Cerec. We look forward to sharing our experience to train your office to integrate intraoral scanning into your office quickly and painlessly.The following review is based on our experience and we are pleased to say that the i700 is one of the best intraoral scanners available. We do not know how it compares to other scanners in research, but we can assume that it performs better than the MEDIT i500, which has proven to be precise for clinical use in research. Click here to read a study that compared many intraoral scanners available on the market and found that the i500 is among the top 5.The MediIT i500 holds the surface of the tooth or gums and can be scanned with other intraoral scanners such as the Trios 4 protocol, which is equivalent to using an iOS scanner. The manufacturer claims that the i500 is the easiest way for practitioners to transition to digital dentistry, but it does not offer the most useful features of any of the cheaper intraoral scanners available on the market. The ease of use of today's scanners such as the i700 on the market makes the scanning workflow appealing both to newbies and experienced scanners alike.This in turn leads to a better signal-to-noise ratio, which makes scanning speed mandatory for patient comfort and impression accuracy. Studies have shown that the scanning strategy influences the accuracy of intraoral data collection. Due to the higher speed, the MEDIT-I500 can shift its position when scanning is stopped and restarted.In order to assess the accuracy of an intraoral scanner, a reference measurement model of the same scannable object can be obtained with accuracy of up to 5 mm from powerful industrial devices such as coordinate measuring machines, articulated arms and industrial optical scanners. This requires reverse engineering of the intraoral scanner software to superimpose the reference model in order to fully evaluate the deviation of the measurement. Intraoral scanners are highly truthful because they are able to match reality as accurately as possible with high precision, and they are able to replicate the results obtained with the same measurement each time [12, 13]. Optical scanning techniques are subject to a learning curve.In the case of Reference Superimposition, the best results not only obtained the model with Industrial Optical Desktop Scanner (R1), but also the 3D Surface Model obtained during intraoral scanning (four different IOs). In this way, when the scan is performed and the scanner is superimposed on the reference model, the accuracy of the obtained IOs is expressed as mean value - SD.The distance from the center of the cylinder to the angular cylinder was compared with the measurements from the industrial 3D scan model of the toothless patient with the 3 implants. The truthfulness and precision of the optimal 3D visualization results and the distance to the corresponding reference range were superimposed on the model and color-coded with the 3D deviation function.The scan sequence was randomized to reduce the possible negative effects of operator fatigue. The five scans were performed 10 minutes apart to allow the operator to pause a while the device was cooling down. For each criterion we gave an evaluation based on the simplicity of the scan, the completion of the software navigation, the model manipulation, the repositioning of the camera and other factors.As one of the fastest scanners on the market, 3Shapes has surpassed itself this year with ID and new features. A clever upgrade from dental designer software to scanner hardware is a new wireless model. It is also the fastest in terms of scan speed and response time.The scanner head has a indicator light that shows you what data has been collected and implies what you are looking at to the patient during scanning. This software function, which is common in many intraoral scanners nowadays, is called patient monitoring.However, the latter is not cheap, and with constant innovation, dentists have time to sell their intraoral scanners and invest in new and advanced equipment for their clinics. In this excerpt we discuss the best intraoral scanner for dentistry and exchange information and comparisons for each intraoral scanner. The cost of intraoral scans by MEDIT is the biggest selling point of MEDIT.The manufacturer of the Intraoral Itero Element scanner has NIRI technology, which makes it one of the best intraoral scanners because it can detect early interproximal caries. Dentsply Sirona has expanded its line of intraoral scans to include the Cerec OMNICAM version, named Cerec AF (Acquisition and Integration), launched in 2017 by IDS. The cerec AF is a flexible table unit that can be integrated into the treatment centre. The next generation processor design is designed to improve start-up time and scan speed.
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How to Choose the Best Wheelchair: 5 Factors You Must Consider
How to Choose the Best Wheelchair: 5 Factors You Must Consider
Wheelchairs are the ultimate life changing devices for people with physical disabilities. They can get you where you need to go and help you get around without any problems. It is very important to choose the best wheelchair because you will be using it for a long time. There are many things to consider when looking for the best wheelchair and this blog will give you a detailed guide on what you should be looking for.What Is A Wheelchair?A wheelchair is a type of mechanical device that can help a person who is in a wheelchair to move around. You can usually see a wheelchair sitting at a store or in a restaurant. The next thing you need to look for is the wheel. The wheel is a device that allows the chair to turn. Some of them are relatively simple and easy to use and others are more complex. The more complex they are, the more involved they become, and you have to take time and do a little research to figure out which is the best wheelchair to get. It is important to consider the experience of your caregiver and the level of your physical strength before making any decisions. • Heavy or Light? It is important to look at how heavy the chair is and how heavy your body is.Things To Consider When Choosing A WheelchairHere are five things you should be thinking about when choosing the best wheelchair. 1. Wheelchair Sizes The first thing that you should consider is what type of wheelchair you need. It will be best to go for a wheelchair that is the appropriate size for your body type. 2. How Big Is The Wheelchair Another thing to think about is how big the wheelchair will be. Some people have wide bodies and therefore need a bigger wheelchair. You can go with either a very simple wheelchair or one that has more features. 3. Weight And Weight Mass When you decide on a wheelchair, you should also think about the weight and the weight mass. You should try to use a wheelchair that has a maximum weight of approximately 55 pounds or less.How to Choose The Best Wheelchair1. Strength Some wheelchairs are not so strong and if you are using one of them, it will be very difficult. You will need a strong, sturdy wheelchair that can carry you around safely and comfortably. This is why you must choose the best wheelchair that has enough strength to carry you around without any issues. 2. The Length The longer you need a wheelchair, the longer it will be, and this means more than 1.5 times the usual wheelchair. The longer you need the wheelchair, the more expensive it will be, and this is why you must choose the best wheelchair with a good price. 3. Weight You should choose a wheelchair with a good weight because it will make it easier for you to carry around. 4.What To Look For In A WheelchairWhen you are choosing the best wheelchair for you, it is very important that you consider these things. How stable is the chair When you are looking for a wheelchair, you will have to look at the stability of the chair. You should also look at the weight of the chair as you need to be able to manoeuvre around easily. How comfortable the chair is Your wheelchair should be comfortable to use so you don’t get tired or uncomfortable as the day goes by. How easy is it to push The pushing force of the wheelchair is important as you will need to use this to get around. What Safety Features Are Important It is vital that you look at the safety features and make sure that the wheelchair you choose is safe for you.Common Types of WheelchairsThere are many different kinds of wheelchairs. Some of them are: Manual wheelchairs Electric wheelchairs Mechanical wheelchairs Power wheelchairs Electric Scooters Canes Rollators These are just some of the types of wheelchairs available in the market but the most popular is the manual wheelchairs. There are only a few types of manual wheelchairs available in the market and you can choose from these types. Some of them are: American makes such as Footjoy and Murphy and Oriental brands like Nambu. Pedicabs or Hover bikes, for long distance transport On the other hand, electric wheelchairs are also available. However, you will find that the prices of electric wheelchairs are much higher compared to manual wheelchairs.ConclusionIt is essential to buy the best wheelchair you can afford. Also, you must use it on a regular basis and not only when you need it. As long as you can move your limbs independently and take care of yourself, the wheelchair is sufficient.
2021 10 09
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