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Palettes are predefined collections of color swatches; this one is fairly self-explanatory. Then you have Mixers; this is not a self-explanatory area and it s covered later in this chapter. Finally, you have Models, an area worth some serious documentation here. The first terms that set the stage for color exploration in this chapter are used in digital color descriptions and also to define real-world colors you apply to paper, plastic, and so on. They ll give you a handle on a seemingly overwhelming variety of attributes that colors have. They re also somewhat interrelated; when you change a parameter in one, most of the time you change a parameter in a different class of color description.
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How is puerperal infection and puerperal morbidity because of infection defined Puerperal infection is used to describe any bacterial infection of the genital tract after delivery Puerperal morbidity because of infection occurs when the patient develops a temperature >38 C (100.4 F) on two separate occasions at least 24 hours apart following the first 24 hours of delivery What are several risk factors for puerperal morbidity because of infection Lower socioeconomic status Cesarean delivery Premature rupture of the membranes Long labors Multiple pelvic examinations What are several types of postpartum infections Uterine infection (endometritis) Respiratory Infections (ARDS, aspiration pneumonia, bacterial pneumonia) Urinary tract infections (acute pyelonephritis) Wound infections (cesarean delivery incision) Mastitis Thrombophlebitis Most postpartum infections are caused by organisms that are present in the female genital tract and which also normally cause female genital tract infections. What are these common bacterial agents Gram-positive cocci: group A, B, and D streptococci, Staphylococcus aureus Gram-positive bacilli: Clostridium species Aerobic gram-negative bacilli: Escherichia coli, Klebsiella, Proteus species Anaerobic gram-negative bacilli: Bacteroides fragilis group Other: Mycoplasma species, Chlamydia trachomatis, Neisseria gonorrhoeae
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7A Nonmetals Fluorine F #9 2.87 Chlorine Cl #17 1.36 Bromine Br #35 1.065 Iodine I #53 0.536
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Figure 3.3 A cross-sectional view of a popular revision to the basic fiberoptic cable.
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Click the Reset button. This changes the image to its original state. Click the Auto button next to Color. This automatically removes any color cast in the image. Drag the Saturation slider to the right to increase image saturation; drag to the left to desaturate the image. If you drag the slider all the way to the left, the image becomes grayscale, similar to an image photographed with black-and-white film. Drag the Hue slider to shift the colors in the image. Drag to the right to shift the colors to green; drag to the left to shift the colors to blue. Drag the Temperature slider to the right to make the colors warmer (more red); drag to the left to cool the colors (more blue). Drag the Tint slider to the right to tint the image green; drag to the left to tint the image magenta. If the changes are acceptable, click the Commit button (it looks like a check mark). Alternatively, click the Cancel button to cancel all lighting changes.
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to one another s systems, thus providing proper seamless services to the businesses and general public. The telephone network as we know it today grew from a simple copper wire connected system to one consisting of coaxial cables, microwave radio, satellite, and optical bers. These technologies are used for long-distance and trunk routing, while the copper cables deliver telephone service the last mile. 5.314 The trunk long-haul telephone services are processed over mostly optical ber installed over the last 10 to 15 years. Switching functions performed by the 4ESS electronic switch are not simply connecting wires and cables together but connect the communication path. Because the telephone system converted to digital technology, telephone traf c consists of digital data words or bytes. Many calls are bundled together into digital transportation streams transmitted along trunk routes to the call destination, where the bytes are stripped out, converted to analog speech, and sent to the called party s telephone. It is interesting to note that early telephone long-haul trunking was done by coaxial cable. Analog voice signals were converted to higher frequency bands by single sideband radio techniques. One telephone oneway speech signal would occupy the upper sideband of a suppressed carrier and another, the lower sideband. At the receiving end, the carrier was inserted and each sideband was demodulated. Coaxial cables operating for long distances provided many telephone channels and cascaded ampli ers acting as signal repeaters were used along the cable run. Cascaded ampli er theory was put into practice and was the forerunner to cable television systems. The multiplexed signal scheme is shown in Figure 5-19. When no rights-of-way were available for cables, these signals could be converted to microwave radio frequencies and were transmitted the required distances. Converting back and forth between the cable signals and microwave radio techniques contributed to the transcontinental long-haul telephone system. It s possible that even today some of these type facilities are still in use. For quite some time now, the telephone companies have been installing large quantities of ber-optic cable that is being used in long-haul trunk line applications. Also, the SS7 is nearly all optical ber. Digital data communication traf c is transported mainly by SONET technology. The drop/add service at the various exchange of ces is handled quite well by SONET. Actual switching is performed by 4ESS by merely switching data bytes in and out of the SONET data payload. Further discussion of SONET technology appears in 7.
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