Oxygen is costly therapy and hence a rational understanding regarding its use is required. In the United States, home oxygen therapy is provided to approximately 1 million Medicare recipients costing nearly $2 billion dollars per year. 1,2

A PaO 2 of 60 mm Hg is often set as a reasonable goal in the initial treatment of arterial hypoxemia. Accepted indications for short-term oxygen therapy include acute hypoxemia, cardiac and respiratory arrest and low cardiac output with metabolic acidosis. Questionable indications for which supplemental oxygen is used clinically, but for which there is little supporting data, include uncomplicated acute myocardial infarction, dyspnea without hypoxemia, sickle cell crisis and angina.

Long term oxygen therapy (LTOT) is delivered to reduce long-term complications of chronic hypoxemia, particularly cor pulmonale. Hypoxemia induces physiologic responses that aim to maintain adequate oxygen delivery to tissues. These include increased heart rate and stroke volume, pulmonary vasoconstriction and increases in erythropoietin and hemoglobin concentration. Oxygen supplementation in patients with chronic hypoxemia has been shown to improve survival, pulmonary hemodynamics, exercise capacity and neuropsychological performance. 3,4,5,6

Wifi Robot: A remote control car that can be driven over the internet or with a laptop wirelessly from up to 500m away. It has a live-feed network camera so that it can be driven without line of sight and a horn so that you can honk at people.

A while ago I discovered the Linksys WRT54GL router . It's very hacker-friendly in that it runs Linux and some of the hardware has been reverse engineered. A bunch of alternative firmware versions have been written for this router. The version that this project uses is the customizable Linux firmware Open-WRT . Along with great software for this router, a bunch of hardware hacks are possible. With a cheap, hackable, embedded Linux system at my disposal -- I knew I had to do something cool with it. So the Wifi Robot idea was born.

The goal of this article is to give a high-level overview of the project and provide some implementation details of the software and electronics. It is not meant to be a step-by-step how-to guide, but there should be enough information for someone with motivation and some background knowledge in electronics and software to be able to make their own Wifi Robot. All of the source code is being released under the terms of the GNU GPL v2 , so by all means, use the code, and improve it!

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The two Ethereals spoke of the importance of peace and understanding between all Tau. They described a Greater Good that each Tau must strive towards. The besiegers and the besieged quickly agreed with the Ethereals and a truce was reached. Across the land, other Ethereals emerged, each with the same quiet authority and message of harmony and cooperation. Within a few years, the Ethereals had all of T'au working together. [10b]

This was a dynamic period that saw the Tau rapidly take from their homeworld T'au to the stars. Losses among the initial colonists were high, but under the protection of the Fire Caste the expansion continued undeterred. During this period the nascent Tau Empire assimilated their first alien cultures under guidance from the Ethereals, the Thraxians , the Nicassar , the Kroot , and several others. The Orks were a notable exception, the savage greenskins giving the Tau their first experience of full-scale inter-species war. By the end of this period, eight major Septs had been established. [11]

Eventually, the Third Sphere of Expansion was ground to a halt due to Imperial counterattacks in the Damoclces Gulf . [13]

Oxygen is costly therapy and hence a rational understanding regarding its use is required. In the United States, home oxygen therapy is provided to approximately 1 million Medicare recipients costing nearly $2 billion dollars per year. 1,2

A PaO 2 of 60 mm Hg is often set as a reasonable goal in the initial treatment of arterial hypoxemia. Accepted indications for short-term oxygen therapy include acute hypoxemia, cardiac and respiratory arrest and low cardiac output with metabolic acidosis. Questionable indications for which supplemental oxygen is used clinically, but for which there is little supporting data, include uncomplicated acute myocardial infarction, dyspnea without hypoxemia, sickle cell crisis and angina.

Long term oxygen therapy (LTOT) is delivered to reduce long-term complications of chronic hypoxemia, particularly cor pulmonale. Hypoxemia induces physiologic responses that aim to maintain adequate oxygen delivery to tissues. These include increased heart rate and stroke volume, pulmonary vasoconstriction and increases in erythropoietin and hemoglobin concentration. Oxygen supplementation in patients with chronic hypoxemia has been shown to improve survival, pulmonary hemodynamics, exercise capacity and neuropsychological performance. 3,4,5,6

Wifi Robot: A remote control car that can be driven over the internet or with a laptop wirelessly from up to 500m away. It has a live-feed network camera so that it can be driven without line of sight and a horn so that you can honk at people.

A while ago I discovered the Linksys WRT54GL router . It's very hacker-friendly in that it runs Linux and some of the hardware has been reverse engineered. A bunch of alternative firmware versions have been written for this router. The version that this project uses is the customizable Linux firmware Open-WRT . Along with great software for this router, a bunch of hardware hacks are possible. With a cheap, hackable, embedded Linux system at my disposal -- I knew I had to do something cool with it. So the Wifi Robot idea was born.

The goal of this article is to give a high-level overview of the project and provide some implementation details of the software and electronics. It is not meant to be a step-by-step how-to guide, but there should be enough information for someone with motivation and some background knowledge in electronics and software to be able to make their own Wifi Robot. All of the source code is being released under the terms of the GNU GPL v2 , so by all means, use the code, and improve it!

Oxygen is costly therapy and hence a rational understanding regarding its use is required. In the United States, home oxygen therapy is provided to approximately 1 million Medicare recipients costing nearly $2 billion dollars per year. 1,2

A PaO 2 of 60 mm Hg is often set as a reasonable goal in the initial treatment of arterial hypoxemia. Accepted indications for short-term oxygen therapy include acute hypoxemia, cardiac and respiratory arrest and low cardiac output with metabolic acidosis. Questionable indications for which supplemental oxygen is used clinically, but for which there is little supporting data, include uncomplicated acute myocardial infarction, dyspnea without hypoxemia, sickle cell crisis and angina.

Long term oxygen therapy (LTOT) is delivered to reduce long-term complications of chronic hypoxemia, particularly cor pulmonale. Hypoxemia induces physiologic responses that aim to maintain adequate oxygen delivery to tissues. These include increased heart rate and stroke volume, pulmonary vasoconstriction and increases in erythropoietin and hemoglobin concentration. Oxygen supplementation in patients with chronic hypoxemia has been shown to improve survival, pulmonary hemodynamics, exercise capacity and neuropsychological performance. 3,4,5,6

Oxygen is costly therapy and hence a rational understanding regarding its use is required. In the United States, home oxygen therapy is provided to approximately 1 million Medicare recipients costing nearly $2 billion dollars per year. 1,2

A PaO 2 of 60 mm Hg is often set as a reasonable goal in the initial treatment of arterial hypoxemia. Accepted indications for short-term oxygen therapy include acute hypoxemia, cardiac and respiratory arrest and low cardiac output with metabolic acidosis. Questionable indications for which supplemental oxygen is used clinically, but for which there is little supporting data, include uncomplicated acute myocardial infarction, dyspnea without hypoxemia, sickle cell crisis and angina.

Long term oxygen therapy (LTOT) is delivered to reduce long-term complications of chronic hypoxemia, particularly cor pulmonale. Hypoxemia induces physiologic responses that aim to maintain adequate oxygen delivery to tissues. These include increased heart rate and stroke volume, pulmonary vasoconstriction and increases in erythropoietin and hemoglobin concentration. Oxygen supplementation in patients with chronic hypoxemia has been shown to improve survival, pulmonary hemodynamics, exercise capacity and neuropsychological performance. 3,4,5,6

Wifi Robot: A remote control car that can be driven over the internet or with a laptop wirelessly from up to 500m away. It has a live-feed network camera so that it can be driven without line of sight and a horn so that you can honk at people.

A while ago I discovered the Linksys WRT54GL router . It's very hacker-friendly in that it runs Linux and some of the hardware has been reverse engineered. A bunch of alternative firmware versions have been written for this router. The version that this project uses is the customizable Linux firmware Open-WRT . Along with great software for this router, a bunch of hardware hacks are possible. With a cheap, hackable, embedded Linux system at my disposal -- I knew I had to do something cool with it. So the Wifi Robot idea was born.

The goal of this article is to give a high-level overview of the project and provide some implementation details of the software and electronics. It is not meant to be a step-by-step how-to guide, but there should be enough information for someone with motivation and some background knowledge in electronics and software to be able to make their own Wifi Robot. All of the source code is being released under the terms of the GNU GPL v2 , so by all means, use the code, and improve it!

Travel

  • What are the passport and visa requirements?
  • What are immunization requirements?
  • How do I get from the airport to the city center?
  • What is the climate like?
  • What is the local currency?

Culture

  • What are the usual greetings and courtesies?
  • What are the national holidays and festivals?
  • What is the local cuisine?
  • What are the national symbols?
  • What are local superstitions and folklore?

Food

  • What is the national and local cuisine?
  • What are some recipes for local favorites?


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