1. The Thing: Blood Test scene recreation

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    Conference work for my cinematography class Fall 2014.

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    • Mobile app Easy Control Presentation

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      Esta apresentação é o trabalho final do modulo Mobile App do curso da Escola Profissional Restart. O layout foi criado em Photoshop, Illustrator e Sketch. Parte do grafismo e animação foram feitos no Autodesk 3d Studio Max. A edição e efeitos gráficos foram feitos em After Effects. This presentation is the final work of the module Mobile App of the course of Professional School Restartl, in Lisbon. The layout was created in Photoshop, Illustrator and Sketch. Part of the graphics and animation were done in Autodesk 3d Studio Max. Editing and graphic effects were done in After Effects.

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      • Rapid HIV Test

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        A rapid HIV test on World AIDS Day

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        • Bensalem first police department in Bucks County to open in-house phlebotomy lab

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          Video by Jo Ciavaglia, Bucks County Courier Times

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          • 1.800.NoCuffs client testimonial video (60 Seconds)

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            Very few lawyers have the proven track record of outstanding results as The Kavinoky Law Firm. An overwhelming majority of our cases are resolved to our clients’ satisfaction without ever having to go to trial, and we pride ourselves on working with you to build the most promising defense strategy for your case. The top California criminal defense attorneys of The Kavinoky Law Firm are committed to finding the best possible resolution to your legal problems, and are ready to help turn your case into another success story.

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            • Learn about traumatic brain injury

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              Abbott and the United States Department of Defense today announced a collaboration with the intent to develop portable blood tests to help evaluate potential concussions, also called mild traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). As part of a multi–phased approach, the tests would be developed for Abbott’s i–STAT® System, a handheld, diagnostic analyzer that is currently used for other point-of-care testing, including among military service members. Concussions are a significant health concern for military service members.1 With the development of new tests, physicians could use the information to positively impact the care of people with a suspected concussion. To view the Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/players/English/7293951-abbott-u-s-department-of-defense-develop-portable-blood-tests-concussions/

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              • DoseMe - Personalised medicine has arrived

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                http://doseme.com.au/ DoseMe is easy-to-use software that allows clinicians to dose a patient based upon that patient's individual ability to absorb, process, and clear a drug. Using simple patient information, such as height, weight, and gender, DoseMe can accurately calculate dosage to suit an individual patient. While this is already significantly more accurate than standard clinical practice, DoseMe then additionally incorporates patient-specific laboratory results — and continues to learn over time. By doing so, DoseMe provides true personalised medicine — and significantly improved dosing accuracy and patient outcomes. DoseMe is designed to be used by clinicians and healthcare practitioners to improve patient care by improving dosing. DoseMe is available for use by clinicians at the bedside via portable smart-devices, at their desk via rich web-app, as well as being able to be integrated into patient management software. DoseMe supports use by anyone from a single clinician to across an entire hospital.

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                • The Kavinoky Law Firm - Why we're Different

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                  • A Healthy Workforce

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                    This is not the way Louise Montana usually starts her day - getting a checkup before checking in for work. She is taking advantage of an on-site employer sponsored health screening. “I was one of the first ones because I’m an early person and that was a good thing,” says Montana. “We’re a pretty healthy group of people. We’re basically a high-energy, healthy group; we’re very close-knit, we have a very positive culture,” says Gail Markham, founder of Markham Norton Mosteller Wright & Co. Accounting is their business, but founder Gail Markham puts great stock in wellness. From a numbers perspective, partnering in her company’s health makes sense. “When they feel better, they work better and when they work better they’re happier. It’s just a compounding factor. And I would like to think that that goes to the bottom line somehow,” says Markham. Prevention costs less than treatment. A modern model of occupational health is to help employers improve the health of their business, quite literally. Mini health fairs are one way to trouble shoot medical problems before they start or before they get out of hand. “We’re looking at common problems such as diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity,” says Dr. Andrew Singh, an occupational health physician with Lee Memorial Health System. In the span of about 15 minutes, employees undergo a basic exam, measuring vital signs along with a blood test. “With that finger stick of blood we can get what their lipid panel is, so we can find out what their cholesterol is - not only just their total cholesterol but their good cholesterol, their bad cholesterol, their triglycerides - as well as what their blood sugar is,” says Dr. Singh. Next up is turning those data into action “We can give them a prescription for what they should be doing to improve their health,” says Dr. Singh. Sound advice for a team used to working with numbers. “It is a way for all of us to be accountable for what we do every day,” says Montana. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we’ve been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org

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                    • Un nouveau diagnostic pour la maladie d'Alzheimer

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                      Une interview de Nathalie Compagnone, CEO de la société ICDD Une interview réalisée par Nathaly Mermet et Claude Reyraud, Enregistrée lors de l'Investor Conference de BioVision 2014 Images et Montage : Claude Reyraud http://www.spectraanalyse.com

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