Technology in the healthcare field has changed the entire structure and organization of the medical field. This includes the changes that technology has brought about in medical records and the progress made in bio-medical engineering, modern healthcare and the overall practice of medicine. Progressive medical technology has changed the pattern of diagnosing and treating patients and brought technological innovation to the way that healthcare is being delivered today and has ensured a better quality of life besides contributing billions of dollars to national economies. read more
Besides the other technological innovations that are used by individuals and businesses such as the Internet, Smartphones, Social Media etc, and also used in the medical profession there are various other technological innovations that were invented and used exclusively in the medical field. These technological innovations have positively affected the dissemination of information for both doctors and patients and have greatly impacted the medical field by providing overall benefits to both doctors and patients. Some of the technological innovations that have had an impact of technology on the healthcare field are: read more
Every building has to plumb and although consumption and requirements may be different, the overall goal of everyone is the conservation of water. It can be called a smart plumbing or green plumbing but whatever the name, the objective is the efficient use of water through resourceful in the enhancement of land including the disposal of wastewater with the use of technology and high-efficiency plumbing design. Environmental friendly plumbing helps meets requirements when applying for certification of your house or building. Even if a person does not intend to apply for certification, there are several important issues that can be resolved through Technological advancement in Plumbing. read more
A Quality-of-Life Scale for Assistive Technology
Moreover, technology has many more uses. In their study entitled, ‘A Quality-of-Life Scale for assistive technology: Results of a pilot study of aging and technology’, Agree and Freedman (1780-1788) sought to find out whether assistive technology, like hearing aids and wheelchairs are important to the elderly and if they improve the quality of life experienced by these individuals.
From the functions of RIRs, as highlighted in the tutorials, the primary aim of registries is to create an equitable distribution of IP addresses and other resources that are essential for the internet’s operation. More precise is the correlation between registries and IPv4, IPv6, and AS numbers as used in internet communication.
Input Devices of a Computer System
Input devices. These include pointing devices such as the mouse, trackball, joystick and the light pen.
During the introduction, the learner will be asked questions. Such questions as; read more
User-Friendly Object Oriented Programming
This difference between a class and an object may appear subtle, but it is sufficient, bearing in mind that object oriented programming seeks to develop user friendly suites that must be unique in character, behavior and identity. Essentially, this analogous to visiting an architect or a planner to have a new house built. The first thing the architect will do is to develop plans for the house that will show all the rooms and views etc. Nonetheless, you cannot move into the plans and start living there. The plans must be followed to build that house in order to accomplish the need of the owner. The house signifies an object while the plans represent a class.
Address Resolution Protocol
In practical terms, if a terminal is trying to access a host whose IP address is unknown, the terminal can send a request to its network DNS server since its address is known to the terminal sending the request (RAD University, 2011).
Output Devices of a Computer System
Output devices. These comprise devices such as the soft copy output devices (monitor, speakers, and light emitting diodes.
The learners will be provided with various outputs and will be expected to classify them either as soft-copy or hard-copy outputs.
Objectives (standards addressed):
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to;
i. Define the terms output devices,
ii. Identify two main categories of the out devices,(hard copy output devices and soft copy output devices )
Information needed for the Selection Process
In order to make the decision on the selection process, there is certain information that is very vital and is needed by the employer. The employer should conduct a pre-interview for the job. This will help scale down the number of applicant to only the serious ones. The applicants who will turn up for the pre-interview will show their commitment to applying the job. The employer also needs to make a review of the applicant’s bio-data.