Glasfaser Bis Ins Haus Fiber To The Home

Author: Wolfgang Kaiser
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 3642956548
Size: 68.39 MB
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Systeme zur optischen Übertragung in Glasfaserkabeln sind im Nachrichten-Weitverkehr bereits heute wirtschaftlicher als entsprechende Kupferkabelsysteme. Hier kommen die beiden großen Vorteile der optischen Übertragung in Glasfasern, nämlich die geringe Dämpfung und die große Bandbreite, voll zum Tragen. Die Möglichkeit einer Breitbandkommunikation mit Integration der verschiedensten Dienste auf der Basis von Glasfaser-Teilnehmeranschlußleitungen wird seit einer Reihe von Jahren intensiv untersucht. Darüber hinaus werden weltweit große Anstrengungen unternommen, durch Fortschritte in den optischen Komponenten, der Kabel- und Verbindungstechnik und insbesondere durch den Einsatz der Mikroelektronik und integrierten Optik Teilnehmeranschlüsse in Glasfasertechnik auch für Schmalbanddienste, also z.B. für Fernsprechen, genauso wirtschaftlich zu machen wie die herkömmlichen Anschlüsse in Kupfertechnik. Ziel des Kongresse war es, die im In- und Ausland beschrittenen Wege zu wirtschaftlichen Teilnehmeranschlüssen in Glasfasertechnik aufzuzeigen und damit einen Beitrag zur baldigen Einführung dieser zukunftsorientierten Technik zu leisten.

Infection Control In Home Care

Author: Emily Rhinehart
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 9780834211438
Size: 12.23 MB
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Provides information to home care and hospice organizations for the prevention, control, and surveillance of infection. Thirteen chapters cover topics including infection control as a health care discipline; the infectious disease process; patient care practices; infection control in home infusion t

Handbook Of Home Health Care Administration

Author: Marilyn D. Harris
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 9780834209183
Size: 37.14 MB
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This revision of this bestseller includes eight new chapters, addressing computerized clinical record systems, telemedicine, competency evaluation of staff, quality planning for quality care, outcome-based quality improvement (a HCFA mandate), cross-training from acute care to home care, the impact of managed care on the delivery of home care, and integrated health care systems. All chapters have been updated to reflect the changing home health care scene.

Home Health Outcomes And Resource Utilization

Author: Carolyn E. Adams
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 9780887377242
Size: 54.41 MB
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Measuring patient outcomes has never been more complex or more essential. This is the first publication of its kind to present expert guidance and advice for use in all home health settings. Topics include: importance of appropriate data collection, how to analyze patient outcomes, a comparison of various outcome measures used in home health, monitoring patient satisfaction and quality care, and much more.

Home Health Aide Training Manual

Author: Kay Green
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 9780834207462
Size: 64.14 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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This Protocol delineates the evidence for using devices for noninvasive patient monitoring of blood pressure, heart rhythms, pulse oximetry, end-tidal carbon dioxide, and respiratory waveforms. These protocols guide clinicians in the appropriate selection of patients for use of the device, application of the device, initial and ongoing monitoring, device removal, and selected aspects of quality control.

Home Care Nursing Practice

Author: Robyn Rice
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 9780323030724
Size: 20.71 MB
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"This text covers conceptual information, leadership skills and current issues and trends. It provides clear and concise information about the best practices and quality improvement for the most common clinical conditions seen in home care." --Cover.

At Home

Author: Irene Cieraad
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
ISBN: 9780815629030
Size: 29.31 MB
Format: PDF
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In a volume that brings together a wide range of disciplines - art history, sociology, architecture, cultural anthropology, and environmental psychology -, Irene Cieraad presents a collection of articles that focuses on the practices and symbolism of domestic space in Western society. These essays go beyond the discussion of conventional issues such as aesthetics and social standing. 'At home' takes an in-depth anthropological look at how different cultures use their homes as a visual model of the culture's social structure.