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30 juin 2010

Canada

 

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2010 JUL 3 - (<http://www.newsrx.com> NewsRx.com) -- According to recent research from Vancouver, Canada, "In British Columbia (BC), Canada, all health care facilities must have a written staff policy on influenza immunization that includes notice that non-immunized staff can be excluded from work without pay during an influenza outbreak in the facility (see also <http://www.newsrx.com/library/topics/Public-Health.html> Public Health). In light of this policy, our objectives were to explore the views of BC health care workers (HCWs) regarding how best to promote vaccine uptake."

"Long-term care, and acute and community health sites in three of six health regions were divided into thirds, according to their previous season's vaccine uptake rates, and the upper and lower thirds targeted. Ten focus groups were held. NVivo software (QSR International) and a separate editing style were used for analysis. Four dominant themes emerged: knowledge, communication, perceived punitive nature of workplace policy, and safety climate. HCWs across all focus groups noted that influenza campaign communications should include reinforcement of basic Return to Tiffany Oval tag bracelet control, workplace health and healthy lifestyle choices that affect overall health. HCWs indicated that they wanted a workplace policy that is easy to understand, respectful of individual choice and not punitive. Our findings highlight the importance of comprehensive approaches, a message that has not appeared as strongly in previous literature. Focus group participants pointed out the importance of health and safety at work generally and felt that creating a healthy workplace culture is necessary to promoting vaccine uptake," wrote A. Yassi and colleagues, University of British Columbia.

The researchers concluded: "Future vaccine promotion initiatives should be integrated into facility-wide workplace health campaigns and care taken to ensure that vaccination campaigns do not appear coercive to HCWs."

Yassi and colleagues published their study in Canadian Journal of Public Health - Revue Canadienne de Sante Publique (Vaccination of Health Care Workers for Influenza: Promote Safety Culture, Not Coercion. Canadian Journal of Public Health - Revue Canadienne de Sante Publique, 2010;101(Suppl. 1):S41-S45).

For additional information, contact A. Yassi, University of British Columbia, School Population & Public Health, Vancouver, BC V5Z 1M9, Canada.

Publisher contact Return to Tiffany Oval tag key ring for the Canadian Journal of Public Health - Revue Canadienne de Sante Publique is: Canadian Public Health Association, 1565 Carling Avenue, Suite 400, Ottawa, Ontario K1Z 8R1, Canada.

Keywords: City:Vancouver, Country:Canada, Active Immunotherapy, Biological Products, Biological Therapy, Communicable Disease Control, Environment and Public Health, Immunization, Immunomodulation, Influenza Vaccines, Public Health Practice, Return to Tiffany Oval tag pendant, Viral Vaccines

This article was prepared by Obesity, Fitness & Wellness Week editors from staff and other reports. Copyright 2010, Obesity, Fitness & Wellness Week via <http://www.newsrx.com> NewsRx.com.

 

 

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29 juin 2010

chronometers

 

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ALEXANDRIA, Va., Jan. 14 -- Balglow Finance S/A Corp., Montevideo, Uruguay, has been issued the trademark CHILLI BEANS (Reg. No. 3733568) by the USPTO.

The trademark application (serial number 77678932) was filed on Feb. 26, 2009 and was registered on Jan. 5.

The goods & service for which registration was sought are "Agates, alarm clocks, amulets, watch parts, namely, anchors for clock and watch Tiffany 1837 Lock bracelet, atomic clocks, badges of precious metal, boxes for jewelry, boxes of precious metal, bracelets, brooches, cases for clock and watch making, cases for watches, jewelry chains, charms, chronometers, chronometrical instruments, clock cases, clocks; watches; cloisonne jewelry, control clocks, namely, master clocks, costume jewelry, cuff links, diamonds, earrings, figurines of precious metal, hat ornaments of precious metal, iridium, jewelry, jewelry of yellow amber, key rings of precious metal, Tiffany 1837 Loop pendant, medals, necklaces, precious stones, namely, onyx, ornamental pins, ornaments of precious metal, ornaments of jet, pearls, pendulums for clock and watch making, pins, precious stones, quartz clocks, rings, ruby, sapphire, semi-precious stones, shoe ornaments of precious metal, silver ornaments, threads of precious metal for making jewelry, tiara, tie clips, tie pins, topaz, watch cases, watch chains, works of art of precious Tiffany 1837 pendant, Retail store services featuring jewelry, goods of precious metal, clocks, watches, eyeglasses, accessories for eyeglasses, trunks and traveling bags, clothing, footwear and headgear". For more information about US Fed News trademarks please contact: Sarabjit Jagirdar, US Fed News, Email:- htsyndication@hindustantimes.com.

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28 juin 2010

a long time

My father slung an arm around my shoulders. "Can't I be proud of my baby?"

Russell plunked his drink onto the bar. "What're you going to major in?"

"Psychology. Or maybe biology."

My father laughed. "She'll make a great paralegal or physician's assistant." He squeezed my waist. "She's my baby doll."

Russell's eyes narrowed.

"Psychology's a quack science," my father said. His partner winked coyly.

"Tell your mother I'll be home in a bit," my father said. "One of these Return to Tiffany Oval tag bracelet will give me a ride."

Russell plucked a salted almond out of a brass bowl and bit it in two.

AT MIDNIGHT, THE JAGUAR halted on the curb across the street from my bedroom window. Almost immediately, both doors swung open. They stood on the side of the road, where the streetlight, like a shimmering acid-green eye, peered into their faces.

"Get away!" My father jabbed his finger in Russell's sweaty face and charged up the driveway.

Russell took a step toward our yard, and my father whipped around unsteadily. "I'll call the police!"

Russell stood quietly. He stared up and down the empty street. "No," he said wearily. "You won't."

My father hurled his beer bottle onto the cement. Glass and foam exploded in a dull white burst. "Get the fuck off my street!"

I hid behind the curtain, and Russell climbed slowly into his car. Minutes dragged by. It was impossible to see his face. Finally, his car lurched away. Lakeshore looked exactly as it had the moment before, but nothing was recognizable.

Our front door slammed open. My mother was already in the foyer.

"What happened?"

"Go back to bed." He sounded out of breath.

"Was that Russell?"

"He's crazy."

"What happened?"

"He's crazy."

"Tell me what he did to you."

"He's crazy."

"Something's happened," she said. "Come here."

The door to my Return to Tiffany Oval tag key ring study clicked open and shut.

MY FATHER WAS CLUTCHING a coffee mug when I walked into the kitchen the next morning. Through the bay window, sunlight streamed into the room, and a plate of homemade doughnuts rested on the table. I poured a glass of filtered water.

"Your mother's got a stomach virus." He bit into a doughnut and scraped his lips with a linen napkin. We avoided each other's eyes. "Your bags are already in the car."

On the way to Chapel Hill, I asked about his own time there. He told a story that involved too much Pabst Blue Ribbon and a drive-in theater, and he acted like his old self. Near campus a lustrous hug, black as a beetle, hit the windshield with a wet clap, and my father stopped for gas. He picked up the bug by its wings- a gray smear remained- and I caught him staring at me through the glass. The bug's damp innards dangled like steel wool.

He hauled my bags up the stairs that led to my single room. Christine made her entrance after he'd tossed the last suitcase onto the brown metal twin. She knew my father didn't think much of her- he said she lacked self-control- hut she pirouetted in the doorway anyway, in her crinkly fuchsia skirt. My father's eyes flicked from her to me.

After graduation, Christine would join a spiritual commune in New Mexico, and she'd fall out of touch. Although her mother would perpetually refer to her as a free spirit, I would learn through Fayette vili e's grapevine that Christine was pimped out to buy food and cleaning supplies.

But that night, our first night of college, neither of us could've known anything about that, and Christine asked me if I wanted to go hunt for a sushi restaurant on Franklin Street

My father pressed a wad of 20s into my Return to Tiffany Oval tag pendant. "Go. Call if you need anything else. Your mother will be up soon."

Once he was gone, Christine dragged me to the bathroom, where she jumped up and down and flashed the full-length mirror; glitter sparkled on both breasts. I waited while she applied another coat of strawberry lip gloss.

THE HALLWAY WAS EMPTY when I unlocked my room later that night. Like Christine, most of the other girls were probably at keg parties. I was too tired.

A leather-bound book was propped at the foot of my bed- my father must've come back while Christine and I were in the bathroom. The book, another one from Cairo, detailed rites and hymns designed to prepare the dead for paradise; chapters were named after primitive functions of the body. On the title page was a picture of a jackal-headed man opening the mouth of the pharaoh's wife with a hook resembling a bull's leg and a gold tool shaped like a finger. When I turned the page, the amulet and a maroon envelope embossed with my father's initials tumbled onto the floor. The letter inside the envelope was creased so precisely that it slit my finger.

Diana, I had to tell your mother, for your own good. But you are merely a girl, and so I ask no questions. He will never lay eyes on you again. It was not your fault, I know. But you will have to explain that to your mother, who is sick to death. What you'll tell her is that you meant nothing by it. It was not your doing. He made you. You were tricked. People like that do fool us. Your mother is smart and understands that. She understands that love requires work and generosity. If you ask her, she will forgive you.

I sat on my bare mattress for a long time, fingering the tube of lipstick on my lap. Then, I wrote back: I loved him.

I LOVED ALL of them terribly once.

Amanda Briggs is at work on a collection of short stories.

 

 

 

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26 juin 2010

broadcasting

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SOUTH WALES, United Kingdom, March 18 -- The British Broadcasting Corp., London, has filed the trademark "HUMAN PLANET" (customer's reference: 297/W/08077HUMANPLA) on Nov. 30, 2009 for data recordings, downloadable software, electronuic publications, precious metal articles, printed publications, stationery, bags, umbrellas, clothing, footwear, headgear, playthings, sporting articles, christmas crackers and tree decorations and aslo to provide broadcasting, telecommunications, news agency, education, entertainment, recreation, instruction, tuition and training services. The trademark application (serial number: 2533291; journal number: 6827) was published on March 12. The description of the mark registered is: "Data recordings including audio, video, still and moving images and text; computer software, including software for use in downloading, storing, reproducing and organising audio, video, still and moving images and data; educational software; downloadable Tiffany 1837 Lock bracelet publications; computer, electronic and video games programmes and equipment; mouse mats; electronic instructional and teaching apparatus and instruments; television and radio signal transmitters and receivers; helmets and parts for all the aforesaid goods.

Articles of precious metal and their alloys, and articles coated with precious metal and their alloys; jewellery; horological and chronometric instruments; badges, jewellery boxes, key fobs, key rings and key chains, all of precious metal or coated with precious metal; cuff links, trinkets, watch straps, ornamental pins; watches and clocks; cases of precious metal or coated therewith.

Printed publications; magazines; books; catalogues; programmes; photographs; stationery; artists' materials; paint brushes; instructional and teaching material; printing blocks; posters; cards; postcards; greetings cards; trading cards; invitations; diaries; calendars; photograph albums; prints; gift bags, gift boxes, gift tags and gift wrap; notepads; writing instruments and crayons; stickers; transfers; stamps; personal organisers; address books; note books; pen and pencil holders; desk mats; embroidery, sewing and knitting patterns; postage stamps; coasters made of cardboard and paper.

Bags and backpacks; umbrellas.

Clothing; footwear; headgear.

Toys, games, playthings; sporting articles; Christmas crackers, tree decorations and ornaments; dolls; soft toys; plush toys; toy and novelty face masks; toy musical boxes; toy musical instruments; toy models; puzzles; kites; play balls and play balloons; flippers; floats and inflatable toys for play purposes; playing cards; computer, electronic and video games programmes and equipment; puppets; plastic toys; bath toys; playsets; developmental toys; wheeled toys; scooters, bicycles and tricycles; sit-on rides; costumes being childrens playthings.

Broadcasting; communications and telecommunications; transmission, broadcast, reception and other dissemination of audio, video, still and moving images, text and data whether in real or delayed time; electronic mail services; television screen-based information, broadcasting and retrieval services; interactive broadcasting services; news information and news agency services; rental of radio and television broadcasting facilities; providing access to and Tiffany 1837 Loop pendant of access time to a computer database; the provision of on-line discussion forums; provision of information and advisory services relating to any of the aforesaid services.

Provision of entertainment, education, recreation, instruction, tuition and Tiffany 1837 pendant; production, presentation and distribution of audio, video, still and moving images and data; publishing services including electronic publishing services; non-downloadable electronic publications; organisation, production and presentation of shows, competitions, games, concerts, exhibitions and events; language teaching; provision of information and advisory services relating to any of the aforesaid services." The original document can be viewed at: http://www.ipo.gov.uk/t-find-number?detailsrequested=C&trademark=2533291 For more information about US Fed News trademarks please contact: Sarabjit Jagirdar, US Fed News, Email:- htsyndication@hindustantimes.com.

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footwear

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SOUTH WALES, United Kingdom, March 20 -- Kim Han Ltd., London, has filed the trademark"BONSUI" (customer's reference: FF/4816) on Jan. 21 for jewellery, imitation jewellery, jewellery boxes, watches, key rings, precious metal, leather, imitations leather, trunks, bags and clothing and also to provide advertising, marketing, promotion, wholesale and design services.

The trademark application (serial number: 2537064; journal number: 6828) was published on March 19. The description of the mark registered is: "Jewellery; imitation jewellery; jewellery boxes; jewellery pins; cuff links; earrings; rings; bracelets; broaches; watches; time pieces; key rings; trinkets; goods of precious metal or coated therewith; parts and fittings for the aforesaid goods.

Leather and imitations of leather, and goods made of these materials and not included in other classes; animal skins; hides; bags; trunks and travelling bags; umbrellas; parasols; walking sticks.

Clothing; footwear; headgear; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.

Advertising; marketing services; promotion services; demonstration of goods; advertising and promotion of goods and services Return to Tiffany Oval tag pendant by electronic mail order and the Internet; wholesale services connected with the sale of clothing, footwear and headgear, leather and imitations of leather, animal skins, hides, bags, trunks and travelling bags, umbrellas, parasols, walking sticks, jewellery, imitations jewellery, jewellery boxes, jewellery pins, cuff links, earrings, rings, bracelets, broaches, watches, time pieces, key rings, trinkets, goods of precious metal or coated therewith; television and direct mail advertising, marketing and sales promotional services; providing online shopping services offering a wide variety of clothing, footwear and headgear, leather and imitations of leather, and animal skins, hides, bags, trunks and travelling bags, umbrellas, parasols, walking sticks, jewellery, imitation jewellery, jewellery boxes, jewellery pins, cuff links, earrings, rings, bracelets, broaches, watches, time pieces, key rings, trinkets, goods of precious metal or coated therewith via a global computer network; the bringing together, for the benefit of others, of a variety of clothing, footwear and headgear, leather and imitations of leather, and animal skins, hides, bags, trunks and travelling bags, umbrellas, parasols, walking sticks, jewellery, imitation jewellery, jewellery boxes, jewellery pins, cuff links, earrings, rings, bracelets, broaches, watches, time pieces, key rings, trinkets, goods of precious metal or coated therewith enabling customers to conveniently view and purchase those goods in a department store or a retail store; the bringing together, for the benefit of others, of a variety of clothing, footwear and headgear, leather and imitations of leather, and animal skins, hides, bags, trunks and travelling bags, umbrellas, parasols, walking sticks, jewellery, imitation jewellery, jewellery boxes, jewellery pins, cuff links, Square cuff links, rings, bracelets, broaches, watches, time pieces, key rings, trinkets, goods of precious metal or coated therewith enabling customers to conveniently view and purchase those goods from a general merchandise Internet web site; the bringing together, for the benefit of others, of a variety clothing, footwear and headgear, leather and imitations of leather, and Tiffany & Co. bangle skins, hides, bags, trunks and travelling bags, umbrellas, parasols, walking sticks, jewellery, imitation jewellery, jewellery boxes, jewellery pins, cuff links, earrings, rings, bracelets, broaches, watches, time pieces, key rings, trinkets, goods of precious metal or coated therewith enabling customers to conveniently view and purchase those goods from a general merchandise catalogue by mail order or by means of telecommunications.

Fashion design; clothing design; shoe design; footwear design; hand-bag design; bag design; luggage design; headgear design; advisory and consultancy services relating to the aforesaid services." The original document can be viewed at: http://www.ipo.gov.uk/t-find-number?detailsrequested=C&trademark=2537064 For more information about US Fed News trademarks please contact: Sarabjit Jagirdar, US Fed News, Email:- htsyndication@hindustantimes.com.

 

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service

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2010 MAR 20 - (<http://www.newsrx.com> NewsRx.com) -- Rachelle Carson-Begley has earned both critical and popular acclaim for her myriad film and television roles. But the accomplished actress and dancer today reveals that her real-life role as the wife of Hollywood's "Jolly Green Giant" may be one of the most demanding of her career (see also <http://www.newsrx.com/library/topics/VIVmag.html> VIVmag).

Carson-Begley and her eco-conscious husband, Ed Begley, Jr. -- the first male to grace a cover of VIVmag -- share the spotlight in the special March/April 2010 "Green & Travel" issue (vivmag.com/green), which launched today, Return to Tiffany mini heart tags bracelet the magazine's first-ever, cross-animated cover. The Hollywood beauty talks about what it's really like to live green -- albeit somewhat reluctantly -- her career and her complex relationship with food.

"As women, we all face the same issues, no matter who you are or where you live," Carson-Begley said. "Being under the microscope in a reality show sometimes makes it a little tougher, but I'm honored to share some tips I've learned about wellness and awareness with VIVmag readers."

VIVmag's special "Green & Travel" cover features Carson-Begley and Begley, Jr., stepping onto the red carpet, premiere-style, amid a flurry of flashing strobes. As they pose for paparazzi, the carpet springs to life with green grass as the couple's Toyota Prius Hybrid ($22,800, Toyota.com) fades into the background. Carson-Begley's ensemble includes a La Perla silk, one-shoulder gown ($3,235, LaPerla.com), Roxanne Assoulin for Lee Angel cluster drop crystal earrings ($90, LeeAngel.com), Kenneth Jay Lane rose-gold crystal pave bangles ($225 each, jennifermillerjewelry.com) and Claudia Ciuti "Marcia" mirror leather heel ($400, at Claudia Ciuti, NYC, 212.535.3025). Begley, Jr.'s, wardrobe includes a Lauren Ralph Lauren tuxedo ($595, at Lord & Taylor, NYC, 212.391.3344), C5 Company cuff links ($540, C5company.com) and Bruno Magli "Ranuncolo" Oxfords ($375, at Lord & Taylor, NYC, 212.391.3344). Created by acclaimed photographer and multimedia artist, Alexx Henry, the interactive cover allows readers to click each product for credit details.

The cover story features embedded clips from Planet Green's Living with Ed, along with original photos and video shot inside the Begleys' Studio City, CA, home. VIVmag readers get a peek at "Rachelle's Favorites," which include Bella Ve, Liz Earle and Jurlique for natural skin care, DermOrganic, Prawduct and Pureology haircare products, Premier Figuier by L'Artisan Parfumeur fragrances, Prairie Underground organic clothing, shoes by Stuart Weitzman and sustainable jewelry by C5 Company.

In addition to Living with Ed, Carson-Begley has appeared in the TV legal drama Boston Legal, NYPD Blue, the 80's TV hit Falcon Return to Tiffany Oval tag bracelet and the 1990 drama, Eating: A Very Serious Comedy About Women & Food, where her character tearfully confesses her shame about seeking comfort in food. In VIVmag, Carson-Begley indicates her own experience isn't far off from the character she played, admitting that the typical catered craft service is an ever-present temptation while shooting the reality show.

"I can't think of a more appropriate cover model for this special 'Green & Travel' issue," said Anne M. Russell, editor in chief, VIVmag. "Not only is Rachelle strikingly beautiful, but she's also genuine, proving that behind all the glamour, there is a universal fabric that Return to Tiffany Oval tag key ring all women across generations, lifestyles and cultures."

Keywords: Food, Hollywood, Television, VIVmag, Wellness.

This article was prepared by Obesity, Fitness & Wellness Week editors from staff and other reports. Copyright 2010, Obesity, Fitness & Wellness Week via <http://www.newsrx.com> NewsRx.com.

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25 juin 2010

sterling

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BILLERICAY, United Kingdom, Jan. 19 -- D.C.K. Concessions Ltd., Billericay, has applied the trademark RIBBON & ASHER (customer's reference: T3572.GB/CEF) for Opposition Purposes Under the 1994 Act, published by the United Kingdom Intellectual Property Office.

The trademark application (serial number 2533598; journal number 6817) was filed on Dec. 7, 2009 and was published on Jan. 1.

The description of the mark registered is: "Jewellery; imitation jewellery; costume jewellery; fashion jewellery; silver jewellery; sterling silver Return to Tiffany Double Heart Pendant; earrings, studs, bracelets, bangles, necklaces, chokers, rings, toe-rings, body jewels, ankle chains, brooches, cuff links, tiepins, hatpins, tiaras, charms, key charms, bag charms, key rings; watches, watch cases, watch bracelets, straps and parts therefor. Hair accessories; hair ornaments; hair slides, Alice bands, hair bows, hair bands, hair grips, hair fasteners, hair clips, hair pins, hair Return to Tiffany Heart tag bracelet, hairnets, bun nets, artificial flowers, fascinators."

The goods for which registration was sought are "Jewellery Items, Hair Accessories."

For more information, visit: http://www.ipo.gov.uk/t-find-number?Return to Tiffany Heart tag choker=C&trademark=2533598 For more information about US Fed News trademarks please contact: Sarabjit Jagirdar, US Fed News, Email:- htsyndication@hindustantimes.com.

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24 juin 2010

coilection

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[Headnote]
  Snag Sarah Jessica Parker's styles from the NYC set

Sex and the City 2

"We had fun!" Patricia Field tells Us of Tiffany 1837 Loop pendant Parker (in Halston Heritage, $435, and a Chahan Minassian necklace, $18,000).

Patricia Field necklace, $56 -$72, patricio field.com

Cotton sundress, $60, pyramid coilection.com

Parker, also chief creative officer of Halston Heritage, sported a $325 frock from the label with $525 Mykita shades.

80s Elite mirror Tiffany 1837 pendant sunglasses, $10, 80spurpie.com

XOXO cotton dress, $59, xoxo.com

High-low hautel The star wore $795 Brian Tiffany 1837 ring pumps with a $48 shirt from Patricia Field's own clothing line.

Forever 21 buttoned plaid shirt, $19, forever 21.com

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23 juin 2010

Structure

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2010 JUN 8 - (VerticalNews.com) -- According to recent research published in the journal Acta Crystallographica Section E - Structure Reports Online, "Cocrystallization of 4-amino-3,5-bis(2-pyridyl)-1,2,4-triazole (2-bpt) with hemimellitic acid (benzene-1,2,3-tricarboxylic acid) dihydrate (H(3)HMA center dot 2H(2)O) produces the supramolecular title compound, C12H10N6 center dot C9H6O6 center dot 2H(2)O."

"Intermolecular N-H center dot center dot center dot N hydrogen bonds are observed between the terminal pyridyl and amino groups of the 2-bpt molecule and the dihedral angles between the central ring and the pendant pyridine rings are 3.4 (Tiffany & Co. bangle) and 13.8 (7)degrees. In the structure, homosynthons of graph set R-2(2)(8) are observed to form centrosymmetric H(3)HMA dimers, which are extended into a two-dimensional supramolecular layer via intermolecular O-H center dot center dot center dot N and C-H center dot center dot center dot O hydrogen bonds and pi-pi stacking interactions [centroid-centroid distance = 3.541 (3) angstrom]," wrote X.J. Jiang and colleagues.

The researchers concluded: "In addition, interlayer uncoordinated water molecules connect the layers through O-H center dot center dot center dot O hydrogen bonds, generating a three-dimensional network."

Jiang and colleagues published their study in Acta Crystallographica Section E - Structure Reports Online (4-Amino-3,5-bis(2-pyridyl)-4H-1,2,4-triazole-benzene-1,2,3-tricarboxylic acid-water (1/1/2). Acta Crystallographica Section E - Structure Reports Online, 2010;66(Part 5):O1075-U1785).

For additional information, Tiffany 1837 bangle X.J. Jiang, Jiaxing University, School Biology & Chemical Engineering, Jiaxing 314001, Zhejiang, People's Republic of China.

The publisher's contact information for the journal Acta Crystallographica Section E - Structure Reports Online is: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Inc., Commerce Place, 350 Main St., Malden 02148, MA, USA.

Keywords: Country:People's Republic of China, Acyclic Acids, Aromatic Hydrocarbons, Benzene, Elements, Gases, Hydrogen, Inorganic Chemicals, Tiffany 1837 Double cross pendant Acids

This article was prepared by Journal of Technology editors from staff and other reports. Copyright 2010, Journal of Technology via VerticalNews.com.

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22 juin 2010

This feature

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2010 MAY 25 - (VerticalNews.com) -- RF Technologies(R), a leading provider of healthcare safety and security solutions, announces the release of Smart SenseTM Technology for use with Safe Place(R) Infant Security Solutions. The soft, stretchy banding material and technologically advanced infant transmitter combine in bracelet form to reliably notify staff when a Safe Place bracelet is loose, tampered with or is cut.

Smart Sense was developed in Elsa   Peretti Teardrop pendant to requests from the company's clinical advisory council and other OB nurses who are charged with infant protection. "Nurses want an infant security bracelet that is soft and pliable, but that also has the technology needed to alert them when an infant bracelet is loose or tampered with. Current skin sensing technologies often generate nuisance alarms because they rely on a single sensing measurement. That's why we developed Smart Sense to incorporate three distinct detection methods," says Wyndham Gary, Vice President of Engineering for RF Technologies. The Safe Place infant security bracelet is the first in the industry to incorporate multiple methods of skin sensing infant protection.

In addition to the Safe Place bracelet's current ability to detect when a band is cut, detection methods used by Smart Sense technology include: (1) distance between the transmitter and skin, (2) stretch of the band, and (3) temperature change. All three detection methods, as well as their sensitivity levels can be custom configured at the system, unit or patient level. This allows each individual hospital to fine tune the alarm settings to achieve optimal system performance, which also results in far fewer nuisance alarms than with standard skin sensing infant security products.

The Smart Sense banding material is soft and stretchy, similar to a woven infant sock. It uses no rigid materials, allowing for a better fit and reduced slippage. The elasticity of the band allows it to comfortably shrink around the ankle or wrist as a newborn loses water weight. This feature, combined with Smart Elsa   Peretti Teardrop ring advanced skin sensing technology, minimizes the number of size adjustments nursing staff need to make and reduces the potential for nuisance alarms resulting from loose bracelets. Even if the bracelet does loosen, the patient remains protected, as the Safe Place(R) system will notify staff that the bracelet is loose.

Smart Sense infant security transmitters and bands are available to order now from RF Technologies, and will ship with Safe Place Engine-turned   money clip Security Solutions beginning in August 2010. For more information, visit www.rft.com/smartsense.

Keywords: Technology, RF Technologies Inc.

This article was prepared by Journal of Technology editors from staff and other reports. Copyright 2010, Journal of Technology via VerticalNews.com.

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