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Radiographs are valuable aids in the oral health care of infants, children, adolescents, and persons with special health care needs. They are used to diagnose oral diseases and to monitor dentofacial development and the progress of therapy. The recommendations in the ADA/FDA guidelines were developed to serve as an adjunct to the dentist’s professional judgment. The timing of the initial radiographic examination should not be based upon the patient’s age, but upon each child’s individual circumstances. Because each patient is unique, the need for dental radiographs can be determined only after reviewing the patient’s medical and dental histories, completing a clinical examination, and assessing the patient’s vulnerability to environmental factors that affect oral health. Radiographs should be taken only when there is an expectation that the diagnostic yield will affect patient care. The AAPD recognizes that there may be clinical circumstances for which a radiograph is indicated, but a diagnostic image cannot be obtained. For example, the patient may be unable to cooperate or the dentist may have privileges in a health care facility lacking intraoral radiographic capabilities. If radiographs of diagnostic quality are unobtainable, the dentist should confer with the parent to determine appropriate management techniques (eg, preventive/restorative interventions, advanced behavior guidance modalities, deferral, referral), giving consideration to the relative risks and benefits of the v
Dear Mr. Chairman: In August 1993, the Congress authorized the 10-year Empowerment Zone and Enterprise Community program to help selected distressed communities develop comprehensive approaches for dealing with their social and economic problems. In December 1994, over 100 communities were designated as federal empowerment zones and enterprise communities. These communities will receive about $1 billion in federal grants, as well as tax benefits for certain businesses located in the communities.1 In 1997, the Congress authorized the designation of 22 additional empowerment zones, 2 of which—Los Angeles and Cleveland—the administration has already designated. In addition, Members of the Congress have introduced legislative proposals to further extend this program or provide for similar programs.2 To learn how the program is working, you asked us to (1) examine the progress made by the federal empowerment zones in implementing the program, (2) describe the steps taken by the two responsible federal agencies—the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)—to monitor and evaluate the existing zones’ progress, and (3) describe the status of steps to designate the second group of empowerment zones. This report focuses on six zones that we visited—three urban (Atlanta, Baltimore, and New York City) and three rural (the Rio Grande Valley, the Kentucky Highlands, and the Mississippi Mid-Delta) empowerment zones, all of which were designated in 1994. As agreed with your office, the report focuses on the empowerment zones’ progress in implementing economic development activities.
Nowadays, thousands of people have their very own HD televisions and monitors. With them, they can enjoy full high definition displays with perfect quality. In order to watch a video or a show in an HD TV or monitor in full 1080p resolution or 1080i data streams, you must have an HD source. That is why it is crucial for one to get the greatest HDMI cable so as to enjoy all of these features.
The BeachTek DXA-SLR is a two-channel, active XLR adapter with built-in preamplifiers for attaching external microphones and other audio gear to any DSLR camera that has a built-in mic jack. It can also be used with any camcorder or other audio recording device that has a mic jack. The DXA-SLR uses exceptionally low noise, wide bandwidth preamplifiers for superb audio. The DXA-SLR is very easy to set up and use. It allows you to connect a wide variety of audio devices including wireless systems, mixers, sound boards and professional condenser microphones that require 48 volt phantom power to operate. The built-in signal indicators make it easy to verify the proper input levels at a glance while the level controls allow you to adjust the output level for optimum recording. The headphone jack lets you monitor the audio from the adapter during recording, or camera during playback. A unique feature of the DXA-SLR is the ability to control the wild swings of the Auto Gain Control that plague most cameras. This dramatically reduces noise during quiet moments of recording. The adapter mounts to the bottom of the camera and can also be mounted to any standard tripod.
This operating manual explains the adapter function settings and how to use the adapter to record audio into the camera. ©BeachTek Inc. 2012 Thank You for Purchasing a BeachTek Product Congratulations on purchasing the most advanced custom designed audio adapter for DSLR cameras available today. This adapter is packed with features to enable you to record professional audio directly to your camera. • Before using this high quality device, please read this guide thoroughly to obtain the highest performance. • Please contact us if you have any problems or questions. Description The BeachTek DXA-SLR PRO is a two-channel, active XLR adapter with built-in preamplifiers for attaching external microphones and other audio gear to any DSLR camera that has a built-in mic jack. It can also be used with any camcorder or other audio recording device that has a mic jack. The DXA-SLR PRO uses exceptionally low noise, wide bandwidth preamplifiers for superb audio. This allows you to record high quality audio directly to the camera which will always be in sync with the video. Direct audio recording eliminates the need to have a separate audio recording device and syncing the audio in post editing. The DXA-SLR PRO is very easy to set up and use. It allows you to connect a wide variety of audio devices including wireless systems, mixers, sound boards and professional condenser microphones that require 48 volt phantom power to operate. The inputs are transformer balanced for isolation and enhanced circuit protection. Built-in VU Meters makes it easy to verify the proper input levels at a glance, while the level controls allow you to adjust the output signal for optimum recording. Built-in fast acting limiters prevent distortion from overly hot inputs for worry free operation. The phone jack lets you monitor the audio from the adapter during recording, or camera during playback. A unique feature of the DXA-SLR PRO is the ability to control the wild swings of the Auto Gain Control that plague most cameras. This dramatically reduces noise during quiet moments of recording. The adapter mounts to the bottom of the camera and can also be mounted to any standard tripod.
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Automobile Parts & Accessories – New vehicle operation, instead tending to add aesthetic value to a vehicle. The following is a list of common types of accessories: Vehicle Personality Enhancements Industry Overview • Air dams and spoilers • RV / towing accessories • Anti-theft devices • Radar detectors Automotive parts and accessories comprise a portion of what auto industry insiders call the “aftermarket.” This term refers to the parts, accessories and maintenance items that vehicles require after they leave the factory. The automotive aftermarket consists of several segments, as shown in the following chart: • Bug deflectors • Running boards • Car phones • Special shock absorbers • Carrier racks • Stereo systems • Custom seats • Striping and/or decals • Custom wheels • Sun roofs • Grille guards • Vehicle navig. systems • Instrumentation • Wheels and tires • Neon trim lighting • Window tinting Automotive Aftermarket Revenue (By Market Category) Tires - 7.6% Do-it-yourself products - 13.6% Service repair 52.2% Heavy duty* aftermarket 26.6% Sources: AAIA, “2006 Mini-Monitor. * Commercial vehicles. Automotive parts stores and other retail outlets serve the DIY (do-it-yourself) consumer and represent about 13.6% of aftermarket revenue. Service and repair shops account for 52% of total aftermarket revenue, more than half of which is generated from the sale and installation of parts on their customers’ vehicles, the remainder of which is from labor (Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association, AAIA, “2006 MiniMonitor”). Consumers have several different options from which to choose when purchasing automotive accessories and parts. They may purchase parts from auto parts stores, hardware stores, home centers, mass merchandisers (such as Wal-Mart), warehouse clubs, mail order catalogs, tire stores, and the Internet. Although the terms “parts” and “accessories” are often used interchangeably, there is one major difference between the two. Parts are products generally considered necessary for vehicles to function. Accessories, on the other hand, are not essential to...