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A small battery powered peer-to-peer proximity sensing platform that can be attached to people, places and things can be a valuable tool to conduct research in human activity sensing. Such a platform senses the subjects' presence and activities in a wide variety of contexts, for example home, car, work, or shopping. It eliminates the need for deployment and(More)
Background Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is a therapeutic challenge in pediatric intensive care in view of the high mortality. In 1992 about 50 German paediatric hospitals founded a working group aiming on collaborative clinical research in this field. Aim and methods The aim of both a prospective and retrospective survey conducted in German(More)
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