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Balancing it All: Recognizing and treating hypoglycemia

Recognizing and Treating Hypoglycemia The following diagram represents the actions of food, insulin and exercise on blood glucose values. Understanding the effects of these on blood glucose values will help you to learn to think like a pancreas, and balance blood glucose levels. Insulin exercise glucose food hormones Insulin and exercise lower the blood glucose, food raises the blood glucose. Now that you have mastered the diabetes basics: insulin therapy, blood glucose monitoring, and constant carbohydrate diet, you are ready to use these skills to balance the blood glucose levels, just as the pancreas would do. Food Exercise Insulin Balance 80-150 Balancing Hypoglycemia What is Hypoglycemia? Hypoglycemia (also called insulin reaction, or low blood sugar) occurs when the blood glucose falls below 70 mg/dl. Symptoms may also be noticed when there is a rapid decrease in the level of blood glucose, even if not low. Low blood glucose is usually caused by: ♦ missed or delayed meal or snack ♦ excessive activity without an additional snack ♦ too much insulin, or incorrect insulin dose administered What are the signs of an insulin reaction? The early signs of an insulin reaction are caused by adrenaline. Later signs are caused by ‘brain hunger’ as the brain cannot function well without a steady supply of glucose. Signs of Hypoglycemia include: Feeling Faint ‘Drunken” behavior Dizzy laughing Nervous irritability or crying Shaky confused Weak inability to concentrate Pale aggressive Hungry Blurred vision Sweating Stomachache Drowsy Headache Fatigue Nightmares Dilated Pupils Convulsions or seizures Leg cramps Unconsciousness

HW2 Soln
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Given: A pool with 3 m by 4 m cross-section, whith water discharged through a 5-cm diameter orifice at 5 m/s. Water is being pumped into the pool so that the level in the pool is rises by 1.5 cm/min. Find: rate of water being supplied to the pool. Solution: This is a mass-balance problem: [rate of water coming in] – [rate of water going out] = [rate of change in mass]. If we assume that the water is incompressible (the density of water doesn’t change), then you can translate this into conservation of volume. [rate of volume coming in] – [rate of volume going out] = [rate of change in volume]. [rate of volume coming in] = [rate of change in volume] + [rate of volume going out] = [0.015 m/min × 1 min/60 sec × 3 m × 4 m] + [π×0.025² m² × 5 m/s] = 0.003 m³/s + 0.00982 m3/s = 0.0128 m3 /s 4-11 1st Law for Closed System Given: A 20 L radiator filled with superheated vapor at 300 kPa and 250 °C, with both inlet and exit valves closed. The radiator releases heat to the room, and pressure drops to 100 kPa. Find: Amount of heat transferred to the room. Draw the process on P-v diagram. Solution: At initial state, we have superheated vapor at 300 kPa and 250 °C. From Table A-6, we read off: v1 = 0.7964 m3/kg, u1 = 2728.7 kJ/kg. The mass in the radiator can be found by: m = V/v1 = 0.02 m3/0.7964 = 0.02511 kg. At the final state, the volume remains the same, so we have v2 = v1 = 0.7964 m3/kg, and P2 = 100 kPa. At 100 kPa, this falls between vf and vg, so we have a saturated mixture. From Table A-5, we read off vf = 0.001043 m3/kg, vg = 1.6940 m3/kg, uf = 417.36 kJ/kg, and ufg = 2088.7 kJ/kg. x2 = (v2 – vf )/(vg – vf ) = (0.7964 – 0.001043)/(1.6940 – 0.001043) = 0.4698. u2 = uf + x2 ufg = 417.36 + 0.4698(2088.7) = 1397.62 kJ/kg. The amount of heat transfer is calculated from the First Law. Since ∆KE = ∆PE = 0, and 1W2 = 0 (no change in volume), we have:...

TELEPORTER V3 RTF FPV KIT USER MANUAL Revision A 07/13 ...

Contents Product contents ..................................................................................................... 3 Controls Diagram .................................................................................................... 4 Controls ................................................................................................................... 5 Downlink Overview (Camera, TX, Power) ............................................................... 5 Transmitter .......................................................................................................... 6 720p HD Pilot Camera......................................................................................... 6 Power (via discharge filter supply) ....................................................................... 7 AV in/out Port .......................................................................................................... 7 Recording Video .................................................................................................. 7 Using an external receiver: .................................................................................. 7 Battery Charging ..................................................................................................... 7 Accessories ............................................................................................................. 8 Diopter lens ......................................................................................................... 8 SpiroNET Circular Polarized Antenna ................................................................. 8 Specifications .......................................................................................................... 9 Headset Specifications ........................................................................................ 9 Camera Specifications:...................................................................................... 10 Transmitter Specifications: ................................................................................ 10 Downlink Kit....................................................................................................... 10 Operational advice ................................................................................................ 11 Trouble shooting .................................................................................................... 12

Getting Started - Support - Panasonic
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Example Network Diagram ..................................................................................... 6 Network Devices and Numbering Plan .................................................................. 7 Network Application................................................................................................... 8 Numbering Plan Example.......................................................................................... 8 Numbering Plan Summary ...................................................................................... 12 Preparations........................................................................................................... 26 Preparing the PC ..................................................................................................... 26 Programming the VoIP Gateway Card in the Los Angeles Office ..................... 29 Starting the IP-GW4 Maintenance Utility ................................................................. 29 Changing the Status of the VoIP Gateway Card...................................................... 31 Assigning the IP Address ........................................................................................ 32 Assigning the Hunt Pattern ...................................................................................... 33 Programming the Address Translation Table ........................................................... 34 Downloading the Address Translation Table from the VoIP Gateway Card ............. 37 Rebooting the VoIP Gateway Card .......................................................................... 38 Confirming the IP Address Assignment................................................................... 39 Programming the VoIP Gateway Card in the Chicago Office ............................ 40 Programming the PBX ..................................................................45 Programming the PBX in the Los Angeles Office .............................................. 46 Programming the PBX in the Chicago Office...................................................... 48 A Guidance for VoIP Installation......................................................51

Quartus II Introduction Using Schematic Designs - FTP - Altera

This tutorial presents an introduction to the Quartus® II CAD system. It gives a general overview of a typical CAD flow for designing circuits that are implemented by using FPGA devices, and shows how this flow is realized in the Quartus II software. The design process is illustrated by giving step-by-step instructions for using the Quartus II software to implement a very simple circuit in an Altera FPGA device. The Quartus II system includes full support for all of the popular methods of entering a description of the desired circuit into a CAD system. This tutorial makes use of the schematic design entry method, in which the user draws a graphical diagram of the circuit. Two other versions of this tutorial are also available, which use the Verilog and VHDL hardware description languages, respectively. The last step in the design process involves configuring the designed circuit in an actual FPGA device. To show how this is done, it is assumed that the user has access to the Altera DE-series Development and Education board connected to a computer that has Quartus II software installed. A reader who does not have access to the DE-series board will still find the tutorial useful to learn how the FPGA programming and configuration task is performed. The screen captures in the tutorial were obtained using the Quartus II version 9.0; if other versions of the software are used, some of the images may be slightly different. Contents:...

Datasheet
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Pin Assignments The ZXRE4041 is a bandgap circuit designed to achieve a precision micropower voltage reference of 1.225 volts. The device is available in the small outline SOT23 surface mount package which is ideal for applications where space saving is important. SOT23 tolerance is available to 0.5% C grade for precision applications. Excellent performance is maintained over the 30 A to 12mA operating current range with a typical temperature coefficient of only 20ppm/°C. The device has been designed to be highly tolerant of capacitive loads so maintaining excellent stability. (Top view) Pin 1 floating or connected to pin 2 This device offers a SOT23 pin for pin compatible alternative to LM4041 voltage references. Features • High performance alternative to LM4041 • Small outline SOT23 • Schematic Diagram 30μA knee current • 20ppm/°C typical temperature coefficient • • • Unconditionally stable 0.5%, 1%, and 2% tolerance Green molding compound (No Br, Sb) Applications • Battery powered equipment • Precision power supplies • Portable instrumentation • • • • • Portable communication devices Notebook and palm top computers Data acquisition systems A/D and D/A converters Test equipment ZXRE4041 Document number: DS32169 Rev. 6 - 2 Application Circuit 1 of 5 www.diodes.com May 2010 © Diodes Incorporated A Product Line of Diodes Incorporated ZXRE4041 Absolute Maximum Ratings (Voltages to GND Unless Otherwise Stated) Parameter Reverse Current Forward Current Operating Temperature Storage Temperature Power Dissipation (TAMB = 25°C)

Wiring Diagram - Abt
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CAUTION MICROWAVE RADIATION PERSONNEL SHOULD NOT ALLOW EXPOSURE TO MICROWAVE RADIATION FROM MICROWAVE GENERATOR OTHER PARTS CONDUCTING MICROWAVE ENERGY. The output power of the magnetron can be measured by performing a water temperature rise test. Equipment needed: * Two 1-liter cylindrical borosilicate glass vessel (Outside diameter 190 mm) * One glass thermometer with mercury column NOTE: Check line voltage under load. Low voltage will lower the magnetron output. Make all temperature and time tests with accurate equipment. 1. Fill the one liter glass vessel with water. _ 2. Stir water in glass vessel with thermometer, and record glass vessel’s temperature (“T1”, 10+ 1 C). 3. After moving the water into another glass vessel, place it in the center of the cooking tray. Set the oven to high power and operate for 47 seconds exactly. ( 3 seconds included as a holding time of magnetron oscillation) 4. When heating is finished, stir the water again with the thermometer and measure the temperature ( “T2”). 5. Subtract T1 from T2. This will give you the water temperature rise. ( T ) 6. The output power is obtained by the following formula; 45 : Heating Times (sec) Output = 4.187x1000x T+0.55xMcx(T2-T0) ( 3 seconds included as a holding time 42 of magnetron oscillation.) 4.187 : Coefficient for water 1000 : Water ( cc )...

D-Link 2320B User Manual - Laurel DSL

General Information..................................................... 4 Package Contents.................................................... 4 Important Safety Instructions.................................... 4 Front Panel View....................................................... 5 Rear Panel View....................................................... 6 Installing the Modem. .................................................. 7 . Installation Diagram..................................................... 9 USB Driver Installation.............................................. 10 . Configuring Your Computer. ..................................... 14 . Windows® 2000...................................................... 14 . ® Windows XP.......................................................... 15 Log in to the Modem ................................................. 16 Home........................................................................... 17 . Wizard.................................................................... 17 ATM PVC Configuration................................ 17 WAN....................................................................... 24 LAN. ....................................................................... 30 . Logout. ................................................................... 31 . Advanced Setup......................................................... 32 ADSL...................................................................... 32 ADSL Settings.................................................. 33 ADSL Tone Settings.......................................... 34 SNMP..................................................................... 35 D-Link DSL-2320B ADSL2+ Ethernet/USB Modem User Manual

Headlamps fog lamps
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Cisco PAP2T Internet Phone Adapter with 2 Ports for VoIP User Guide

Your guide to the Internet Phone Adapter has been designed to make understanding networking with the Internet Phone Adapter easier than ever. Look for the following items when reading this User Guide: This checkmark means there is a note of interest and is something you should pay special attention to while using the Phone Adapter. This exclamation point means there is a caution or warning and is something that could damage your property or the Phone Adapter. This question mark provides you with a reminder about something you might need to do while using the Phone Adapter. In addition to these symbols, there are definitions for technical terms that are presented like this: word: definition. Also, each figure (diagram, screenshot, or other image) is provided with a figure number and description, like this:...

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