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Home dressings in elderly patients. A dressings dressing change (HDRD) is a post-operative wound care measure performed by nurses or doctors, with the aim of protecting a wound or wound area. Home dressings (HDs), which are used in place of prescribed HDRDs, help the elderly to maintain their health and independence and protect their dignity. With regard to HDs prescribed by nurses, this study aimed to describe and compare HDs for a nociceptive wound in each stage of the wound healing process. The sample consists of HDs from the community. The data were collected during visits to the elderly person’s house over a two month period, with the HDs being assessed by a nurse during the same visit. One hundred and forty-four HDs were observed. The most frequently observed cause of the HD was nociceptive wounds. Frequently observed complications were ointments/gels not applied, peeling and cracked HDs. The most frequently observed type of HD was the occlusive type, and the occlusive protective barrier should be changed every 48 hours. Ointment and gel HDs should be changed daily and an HD should be changed every 48 hours, respectively. Cracked HDs were observed rarely, and peeling HDs did not occur. This study indicates that HDs performed by nurses are not well-defined.Q: Blocker wave on an infinite line Consider a linear system of blockers of density $n$ moving parallel to the $x$-axis from left to right. Suppose the rightmost blocker is pushed to the left and is replaced by a blocker of density $m$, effectively replacing a blocker at the right end with a new blocker at the left end. Denote by $g(n,m)$ the average speed of this process. Is it true that $g(n,m) = \frac{n}{m}g(n,1)$? A: If you push the rightmost blocker to the left, your claim should be that $g(n,m) = g(n, 1) \frac{n-m}{n}$. What is the difference between $g(n, m)$ and $g(n, 1)$? In the first case, the density of blockers is $n$ and the density of non blockers is $m$. In the second case, the density of blockers is

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Standalone Installation System Requirements (Windows 7 and up): Windows 7 SP1 or later 1.4 GHz Processor 1 GB RAM 20 GB available hard disk space 1024 x 768 display resolution Internet connection (for patch download) Windows XP or later with.NET framework 3.5 installed Standalone Installation System Requirements (Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion and up): OS X 10.6