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BACKGROUND The environment in the Emergency Department (ED) is chaotic, and physicians are expected to perform procedures amongst distractions. OBJECTIVES Our aim was to prospectively determine the effects of various levels of noise distraction on the success and time to successful intubation of a simulator. METHODS Forty-five Emergency Medicine,… (More)
Human patient simulators can mimic various conditions and respond realistically to interventions, helping clinicians perfect their skills and learn from their mistakes.
This paper describes a spread-spectrum system designed for indoor wireless applications with no direct path. The key element of the receiver is a differential phase shift keying (DPSK) surface acoustic wave (SAW) matched filter, and its design is described. The excellent performance of such a system is displayed using the case of mobile robotics inside a… (More)