"I have never heard of ventilators being shared between multiple patients as the process of ventilation is very personal — the controls and sensors are set to satisfy an individual patient['s] needs and wellbeing," Mark Tooley, a fellow at the Royal Academy of Engineering in the United Kingdom, told MailOnline in response to the video and study. "'The risk of infection would also be high if used for seriously ill patients. In theory it could be possible, but it would be a very complex procedure, fraught with issues." … [Read more...] about Sharing a single ventilator between 4 patients is possible. But it could be disastrous.
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In neither the T-Mobile nor the AT&T case, however, did the salespeople evince uncontrolled rapture. They were all extremely charming, even if the gentleman at AT&T was slightly over-excitable. So over-excitable that he admitted he had Verizon on his personal phone because the AT&T reception was so poor where he lived. … [Read more...] about Galaxy S10 selling surprisingly well? I went to T-Mobile and AT&T to find out
Next is the Realme Smart TV, a pair of Android TV sets that sees Realme follow smartphone makers like OnePlus and Xiaomi by moving into the TV market in India. There’s a 32-inch 720p option and a 43-inch 1080p model — no 4K option here, though Realme claims the sets support HDR10 and HLG, reaching up to 400 nits of brightness. They use a quad-core MediaTek processor and have Dolby Audio-certified 24W quad speakers. … [Read more...] about Realme announces its first smartwatch and TVs
That bit of reflection kept taking my mind back to Devs. TV critics generally seemed smitten by that show's ambition and perplexed by how small Homecoming has set out to be in S2, but I've come away feeling the opposite. Devs' hourlong episodes could be a slog, as the show didn't seem to know whether it cared more about the kinetic personal action (our "hero" employee trying to get the upper hand and figure out her sinister employer) or about some possibly magical machine with greater philosophical implications. The former is the stuff that kept you going through early episodes, but the latter had so much time devoted to it that you couldn't help but feel "this must be the point" even as the series didn't seem to understand how to translate it for everyone sticking with the show. So after four episodes, I stopped, and no "oh, you have to stick it out 'til the finale!" rationale could suck me back in. … [Read more...] about S2: The most fun you’ll have with an evil company this spring
But those are mere details. The important news? Gone are the weird "dynamic" software function keys of the previous generation X1 Carbon; Lenovo has reinstated the proper hardware keys. The previous X1's strange split Home/End key, positioned where Caps Lock should be? Eliminated. The keyboard may not quite reach the glory days of the X300/X220 series, but it nonetheless has a much more conventional layout and behavior. … [Read more...] about Hands on: New Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon reignites my ThinkPad love affair