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Investigating the usefulness of Automated Check-in Data Collection in general practice (AC DC Study): a multicentre, cross-sectional study in England.

Primary and secondary outcome measures The primary outcome metric was the response rate to the use of the automated check-in screen as a research data collection device. RESULTS: In the Automated Check-In Data Collection Study, over 85% of patients self-completing an automated check-in screen resulted in the clinical practice operationalization study. 96. 2% of participants answered a 'clinical' research question, revealing the severity of bodily pain suffered over the past four weeks: 32. 9% reported no pain, 28. 1% moderate, mild or severe pain, and 39. 0% moderate, persistent or severe pain. A 'non-clinical' research query was asked by 89. 3% of participants, who replied, 'Yes, I'd be able for you to tell me about research that is relevant to you'.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36604124


AC/DC Electric-Field-Assisted Growth of ZnO Nanowires for Gas Discharge

Maintaining continuous discharge with a relatively low voltage is possible by using ZnO nanowires as needle anodes in gas discharge. It is also important that the ZnO nanowires are spaced apart to prevent no electric field weakening, and that the nanowire anodes are easy to assemble together with the discharging units. The data concerning growing ZnO nanowires directly on PCBs revealed that, at the time, ZnO nanowires on PCBs did not meet the requirements of gas discharge; however, the ZnO nanowire growth parameters were not established; however, in this research, the ZnO nanowire growth parameters were determined.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/PMC9821292


AC/DC Electric-Field-Assisted Growth of ZnO Nanowires for Gas Discharge.

It's easy to maintain continuous discharge with a relatively low voltage by using ZnO nanowires as needle anodes in gas discharge. It is important that the ZnO nanowires are spaced apart to prevent no electric field erosion and that the nanowire anodes are easy to assemble alongside the discharging units, and that the nanowire anodes are also easy to assemble together. ZnO nanowires on PCBs did not meet the requirements of gas discharge at the time of manufacture, according to the current study; however, the ZnO nanowire growth parameters were determined in this study.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36614444


Improvement of power quality parameters using modulated-unified power quality conditioner and switched-inductor boost converter by the optimization techniques for a hybrid AC/DC microgrid.

The AC microgrid's most popular module is a modulated-unified power quality conditioner. In addition, a switched-inductor boost converter module is the recommended component for the DC microgrid. The aim of S-IBCM is to increase DC microgrid effectiveness. The research challenge consists of two parts: first, adjusting M-UPQC's control parameters by the black hole optimization, Harris hawk optimization, and grasshopper optimization algorithm methods, respectively; second, presenting a new version of the BC module called S-IBCM to raise DCMG's effectiveness, is contained in this article. The harmonic parameters are included in the M-UPQC's programmed multi-objective functions.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36522398

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