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What Is Polio Vaccine?

Polio vaccines are vaccines used to prevent poliomyelitis. There are two types: one that uses inactivated poliovirus and is given by injection, and one that uses weakened poliovirus and is given by mouth.

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Market Segment by Manufacturers, this report covers




Serum Institute

Tiantan Biological


Panacea Biotec Ltd


Halfkin Bio-Pharmaceuticals

Market Segment by Regions, regional analysis covers

North America (USA, Canada and Mexico)

Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy)

Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)

South America (Brazil, Argentina, Columbia etc.)

Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)

Market Segment by Type, covers

– Inactivated Polio Vaccine (IPV)

– Oral Polio Vaccine (OPV)

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to deeply display the global Polio Vaccine market.

Chapter 1, to describe Polio Vaccine Introduction, product scope, market overview, market opportunities, market risk, market driving force

Chapter 2, to analyze the top manufacturers of Polio Vaccine, with sales, revenue, and price of Polio Vaccine, in 2016 and 2017

Chapter 3, to display the competitive situation among the top manufacturers, with sales, revenue and market share in 2016 and 2017

Chapter 4, to show the global market by regions, with sales, revenue and market share of Polio Vaccine, for each region, from 2012 to 2017

Chapter 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9, to analyze the key regions, with sales, revenue and market share by key countries in these regions

Chapter 10 and 11, to show the market by type and application, with sales market share and growth rate by type, application, from 2012 to 2017

Chapter 12, Polio Vaccine market forecast, by regions, type and application, with sales and revenue, from 2017 to 2022

Chapter 13, 14 and 15, to describe Polio Vaccine sales channel, distributors, traders, dealers, Research Findings and Conclusion, appendix and data source

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What will the market size be in 2017-18 and what will be the growth rate?

What are key market Global trends?

What is driving this market?

What are the challenges to market growth?

Who are the key vendors in this market space?

What are the market opportunities and threats faced by key vendors?

What are the strengths and weaknesses of each of these key vendors?

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Laser cutting machine is a machine which uses laser beam to cut materials such as acrylic, plastic, wood, fabric, and many other non-metallic materials. The laser cutting machines initially casts laser beam on the surface of work piece, melts it and finally evaporates the particular area of work piece using the energy released by laser.

Geographically, this report is segmented into several key Regions, with production, consumption, revenue (million USD), market share and growth rate of Laser Cutting Machines in these regions, from 2012 to 2022 (forecast), coveringNorth America (USA, Canada and Mexico)

Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy)

Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)

South America (Brazil, Argentina, Columbia etc.)

Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)

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CO2 Laser Cutting Machine

Fiber Laser Cutting Machine

YAG Cutting Machine

Market Segment by Applications, can be divided into

Metal Materials Cutting

Non-metal Materials Cutting

Market Segment by Manufacturers, this report covers

Futong Chemical, Jiangyin Yaoyu Chemical, Yichang Kaixiang Chemical, Rudong Zhenfeng Yiyang Chemical, Rudong Blessing Chemical, Linyi Chunming Chemical, Jiangsu Jibao Technology, Rudong Huayun Chemical, Xuzhou Yongda Chemical, Zibo TianDan Chemical, Shandong Sinobioway Biomedicine, Taixing Xiangyun Chemical, Jiangxi Jinlong Chemical, Guizhou SinoPhos Chemical

Global Laser Cutting Machines market competition by top manufacturers, with production, price, revenue (value) and market share for each manufacturer,

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Chapter 1, to describe Laser Cutting Machines Introduction, product scope, market overview, market opportunities, market risk, market driving force

Chapter 2, to analyze the top manufacturers of Laser Cutting Machines with sales, revenue, and price of Laser Cutting Machines in 2016 and 2017

Chapter 3, to display the competitive situation among the top manufacturers, with sales, revenue and market share in 2016 and 2017

Chapter 4, to show the global market by regions, with sales, revenue and market share of Laser Cutting Machines , for each region, from 2012 to 2017

Chapter 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9, to analyze the key regions, with sales, revenue and market share by key countries in these regions

Chapter 10 and 11, to show the market by type and application, with sales market share and growth rate by type, application, from 2012 to 2017

Chapter 12, Laser Cutting Machines market forecast, by regions, type and application, with sales and revenue, from 2017 to 2022

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  • What are key market Global trends?
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  • What are the challenges to market growth?
  • Who are the key vendors in this market space?
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  • North America Laser Cutting Machines by Countries
  • AsiaPacific Laser Cutting Machines by Countries
  • Middle East and Africa Laser Cutting Machines by Countries
  • Global Laser Cutting Machines Market Segment by Type
  • Global Laser Cutting Machines Market Segment by Application
  • Laser Cutting Machines Market Forecast (20172022)
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Cloud Enterprise Content Management Market – Expected to Reach $34.4 Billion by 2022

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The “Cloud Enterprise Content Management Market by Solution (Document Management, Case Management, Workflow Management, Record Management, and E-Discovery), Service, Deployment Model, Organization Size, Vertical, and Region – Global Forecast to 2022” report has been added to Research and Markets’ offering.

The cloud Enterprise Content Management (ECM) market size is expected to grow from USD 9.77 Billion in 2017 to USD 34.42 Billion by 2022, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 28.6%. The major drivers of this cloud ECM market include the growth in the digital content across enterprises, easier access from remote end-points, need for protection of enterprise data against the disaster, and need for regulatory compliances.

The cloud ECM market report has been broadly classified on the basis of solutions into document management, content management, case management, workflow management, record management, digital asset management, eDiscovery, and others; on the basis of services into professional services, and managed services; on the basis of deployment models into public, private, and hybrid; on the basis of organization sizes into Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and large enterprises; on the basis of verticals into BFSI, education, energy and power, government and public sector, healthcare and life sciences, manufacturing, media and entertainment, retail and consumer goods, telecommunications and ITES, and others; and on the basis of regions into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific (APAC), Middle East and Africa (MEA), and Latin America.

The document management solution is projected to hold the largest market size and is expected to continue its dominance during the forecast period. There has been a tremendous increase in the volume of documents generated in an enterprise on a daily basis; thus, this increases the need to manage and store the generated data. Moreover, the need to maintain metadata files is increasing due to tremendous rise in organizational content, generated on a daily basis. Metadata files can be instrumental in defining the control and access mechanism of the documents.

The public deployment model is projected to hold the largest market share in 2017 and is expected to grow during the forecast period. The main reason for the high adoption of public cloud is its ease to access and fast deployment. The public cloud deployment model offers various benefits to the enterprises, such as scalability, reliability, flexibility, and remote location access. The public cloud deployment model is more preferred by the enterprises that have less regulatory hurdles and are willing to outsource their storage facilities either fully or partially. The major concern with public cloud is its data security due to which, many enterprises are shifting to private and hybrid cloud storage solutions.

The SMEs segment is moving toward the adoption of cloud ECM and growing rapidly at the highest CAGR during the forecast period. Cloud ECM has become a crucial part of the business processes in SMEs, due to the ease of use and the flexibility it offers and is expected to grow in the coming years.

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Could Ethical Hacking reduce Cyber threats?

Could a change in the way we look at ethical hacking be the catalyst to a more comprehensive attitude to cybersecurity?  Would this secure our nation’s assets?  Recently, I took a look at the Worldwide Threat Assessment of the United States for 2017[i]. This is an annually published document that details high level unclassified assessments of the US Intelligence Community for the year.  It is released by the Director of National Intelligence (Dan Coates for 2017) and as such is an important barometer regarding global threats.  This report regularly includes threats such as Terrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction.

At the very top of this year’s report it reads:


Our adversaries are becoming more adept at using cyberspace to threaten our interests and advance their own, and despite improving cyber defenses, nearly all information, communication networks, and systems will be at risk for years.

Cyber Threat has been on this list every year since 2011.  In pointing to cyberattacks or data breaches as a global threat, there is an accord with a World Economic Forum survey for global threats of 2017[ii] and a similar report by the Pew Research Center[iii].

If we overlook the small to medium scale cyberattacks on a global level, this year has still seen the WannaCry ransomware attack that hit the NHS[iv] , the Petya ransomware attack[v] that hit firms and infrastructure across Europe as well as the Equifax[vi] and Uber[vii] data breaches.  In the UK we have been hit with a significant number of cyberattacks[viii] over the past year alone.  Could we be due a far more crippling larger scale attack, such as the attack on the Ukraine[ix] that disrupted the country’s power?  If so, how should we as individuals and as a nation defend ourselves?

In response to the growing threat, the UK government announced a National Cyber Security Strategy[x] in 2016 to make Britain “secure and resilient in cyberspace”.  The vision for 2021 is that “the UK is secure and resilient to cyber threats, prosperous and confident in the digital world”.

The difficulty in the production of such a strategy is that the digital landscape will be dramatically different in 2021.  The strategy document acknowledges that the expansion of the Internet into ‘smart’ systems extends the threat of remote exploitation to a host of new technologies. As the systems that underpin our daily lives, such as power grids, air traffic control systems, satellites, medical technologies, industrial plants and traffic lights – are connected to the Internet, they are therefore potentially vulnerable to interference.  It is nigh on impossible to understand what the technological infrastructure of the country will look like in five years’ time.  Given the fact that IoT, blockchain, connected cars, AI et al are due to be making an appearance over this time, could we be underestimating our potential vulnerabilities?  It is genuinely difficult (if not nigh on impossible) for those who work in IT to keep up to date with all of the developments that affect our areas of specialism.  How then would it be possible to mitigate threats to ensure that “in 2021, the UK is secure to cyber threats”?

Prevention, as they say, is better than cure.  So, could a general culture where we are more aware of cybersecurity be better for our national infrastructure?

Ethical hacking might hold the key to this.  It is a non-destructive, “white hat” form of hacking, where all means at one’s disposal are used to gain access to a system.  So, for example, social engineering techniques and phishing might be used to gain access to credentials.  It also includes standard penetration testing techniques, such as port scanning and checking for known operating system vulnerabilities.  Penetration testing is generally a more formal test cycle, where the organisation is aware that testing is taking place[xi].  This can form part of the development lifecycle.   It was recently reported that the NHS is planning to use ethical hacking[xii]  to shore up their own defences.

This can only be a good thing.  I would personally go one step further and recommend that ethical hacking be introduced into computer science qualifications from GCSE to degree level and should also be discussed in schools.  Anything that allows a greater focus on cybersecurity to be brought to a wider audience should be welcomed.

I would also say that when hackers that exploit systems ethically, not causing damage (for example, physical or reputational, such as the destruction or publishing of data), and seek to inform the owner of the system about the vulnerability and how to resolve it, should not be criminalised.  The exploitation of computer systems in this way is currently a breach of the Computer Misuse Act[xiii] (unauthorised access to computer material).  Instead, (possibly under GDPR legislation) any organisation that receives information on vulnerabilities should be held accountable for their remediation.  In this way, we can aspire to a more open and collaborative approach to cybersecurity, involving those who know the most about the topic.

In conclusion, we are becoming a more connected world and this is set to increase dramatically over the coming years.  Our dependency on technology is at an all-time high and the scale of disruption to our society due to cybersecurity breaches can now have catastrophic consequences.

I feel that Ethical Hacking can begin to give companies the ability to turn the corner regarding cybersecurity.  This can ensure that systems can be resilient from the same type of attacks that they might face in the real world.  It may be argued that the higher the standard of ethical hacker, potentially the greater the likelihood of Britain “becoming secure and resilient to cyber threats”.

[i] The Worldwide Threat Assessment of the United States for 2017

[ii] The World Economic Forum Survey: Global Risks for 2017

[iii] Pew Research Centre – Leading Security Threats for 2017

[iv] WannaCry Ransomware Attack (source: BBC)

[v] Petya Ransomware Attack  (source: The Guardian)

[vi] Equifax Data Breach (source: The Telegraph)

[vii] Uber Data Hack Cyber Attack (source: The Guardian)

[viii] UK hit by 590 ‘significant’ cyber attacks in the last year (source: Computing)

[ix] Ukraine’s Power Grid Cyber Attack (source: Wired)

[x] National Cyber Security Strategy 2016 to 2021

[xi] Penetration Testing vs Ethical Hacking

[xii] NHS to use “white hat” hackers (source: Computing)

[xiii] The Computer Misuse Act 1990

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Dance therapy — Death and dying — Decompression sickness — Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) — Defibrillation — Defibrillators, portable — Dehydration — Delirium — Dementia — Dental abscess — Dental anatomy — Dental and periodontal charting — Dental anomalies — Dental assisting — Dental caries — Dental casts — Dental crowns, inlays, and bridges — Dental examination — Dental fillings — Dental hygienist — Dental indices — Dental instruments — Dental laboratory technology — Dental patient preparation — Dental prostheses — Dental specialties — Dental trauma — Dental x-rays — Denture care — Depressive disorders — Dermatology — Development assessment — Diabetes insipidus — Diabetes mellitus — Diagnostic medical sonography — Dialysis technology — Dialysis, kidney — Diarrhea — Diet and health — Diet therapy — Dietary assessment — Dietary counseling — Dietetics — Digestive system — Digital subtraction angiography — Dilatation and curettage (D & C) — Disablement, models of — Disease transmission — Dislocations and subluxations — Diverticulosis and diverticulitis — Dizziness — DNA typing — Doppler ultrasonography — Down syndrome — Drug dosages — Drug interactions — Drug testing — Drug tests — Dynamic spatial reconstructor — Dysarthria — Dyslexia — Dysphagia — Dysphasia — Ear instillation — Ear irrigation — Ear, nose, and throat surgery — Echocardiography — Eczema — Edema — Electroanalgesia — Electrocardiography — Electrocardiography unit — Electroencephalography — Electroencephalography unit — Electrolyte balance — Electrolyte tests — Electromyography — Electroneurodiagnostic technology — Electroneurography — Electronic fetal monitoring — Electronystagmography — Electrophysiology study of the heart — Electrosurgery machines — Electrotherapy — Elimination diet — Embolism — Emergency medical technician — Emergency medicine — Emphysema — Encephalitis — Encephalopathy — Endocarditis — Endocrine system — Endocrinology — Endoscope — Endotracheal tube management — Endurance testing — Enema — Enhanced external counterpulsation — Enlarged prostate — Enterostomy — Epididymitis — Epidural anesthesia — Epidural hematoma — Epithelial tissue — Erectile dysfunction — Ergonomic assessment — Esophageal function tests — Esophagogastroduodenoscopy — Ethical codes and oaths — Euthanasia — Evidence-based practice — Evoked potential studies — Exercise — Eye examination — Eyeglasses — Eyedrop instillation — Fad diets — Falls — Family medicine — Family therapy — Fasciotomy — Fats, dietary — Fecal impaction removal — Fecal incontinence — Fecal occult blood test — Feedback systems — Fertility treatments –Fetal age study — Fetal alcohol syndrome — Fetal biophysical profile — Fetal cell screen — Fetal development — Fetoscopy — Fever — Fibrin degradation products test — Fibromyalgia — Fine motor skills — First aid — First aid kit — Flow cytometry analysis — Fluid balance — Fluoride therapy — Fluoroscope — Fluorosis — Folic acid — Food allergies — Foodborne illness –Foot care — Foot orthoses — Foreign bodies — Fractures — Fungal culture — Fungi —
Gait and balance assessment — Gait and balance problems — Gait training — Gallbladder — Gallbladder x-rays — Gallium scan — Gangrene — Gas exchange — Gas laws — Gases, properties of — Gastric analysis — Gastric bypass — Gastritis — Gastroenterology — Gastroesophageal reflux disease — Gastroesophageal reflux scan — Gene therapy — Genetic counseling — Genetic engineering — Genetic testing — Genital culture — Genital herpes — Geriatric assessment tests — Geriatric nutrition — Gestational diabetes — Gingivitis — Glaucoma — Gliding joint — Glucose tests — Gout — Gram stain — Gross motor skills — Hallucination — Head and neck cancer — Head injury — Headache — Health care, quality of — Healthcare financing — Health history — Health information management — Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) — Health promotion and education — Health services administration — Hearing — Hearing aids — Hearing loss — Heart — Heart failure — Heart-lung machines — Heartburn — Heat disorders — Heat treatments — Heimlich maneuver — Helicobacter pylori test — Helicobacteriosis — Hematocrit — Hematology — Hemodialysis shunt, graft, and fistula care — Hemoglobin test — Hemophilia — Hemorrhoids — Henderson theory of nursing — Hepatitis — Hepatitis virus tests — Herbalism, Western — Hernia — Herniated disk — High-risk pregnancy — Hinge joint — Hip fractures rehabilitation — HIPAA — HIV preventative measures — Hives — Holter monitoring — Home care — Homeopathy — Homosexuality — Hospice — Hospital administration — Hospital-acquired infections — Human anatomy — Human growth and development — Human leukocyte antigen test — Human papilloma virus (HPV) — Human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccination — Hydrocephalus — Hydrotherapy — Hyperbaric oxygen therapy — Hypercoagubility tests — Hyperopia — Hypertension — Hyperthermia/hypothermia unit management — Hyphema — Hypoglycemia — Hypopituitarism — Hypotension — Hypothermia — Hysterosalpingography — Hysteroscopy — Immovable joint — Immune response — Immune system — Immunoassay tests — Immunodeficiency — Immunoelectrophoresis — Immunofixation electrophoresis — Immunology — Impacted tooth — Impedance plethysmography — Implantable cardioverter-defibrillator — Indium scan — Industrial toxicology — Infant nutrition — Infection — Infection control — Infectious disease — Infectious mononucleosis — Infectious mononucleosis test — Infertility — Influenza — Informed consent — Inheritance, principles of — Integumentary system — Intensive care unit equipment — Internal medicine — Intersex states — Intestinal obstructions — Intestine, large — Intestine, small — Intra-aortic balloon pump — Intradermal injection — Intramuscular injection — Intraoperative care — Intravenous fluid regulation — Intravenous medication administration — Intravenous therapy — Intravenous tubing and dressing change — Intravenous urography — Intussusception — Iontophoresis — Ipecac — Iron — Iron deficiency anemia — Iron tests — Irritable bowel syndrome — Ischemia — Itching — Jaundice — Johnson theory of nursing — Joint fluid analysis — Joint integrity and function –Joint mobilization and manipulation — Journal therapy — Kidney failure, acute — Kidney function tests — Kidney radionuclide scan — Kidney stones — Kidney, ureter, and bladder x-ray study — Kidneys — King theory of nursing — KOH test —
Lactation — Lactation consulting — Language acquisition — Language disorders — Laparoscope — Laparoscopy — Laryngoscopy — Laser surgery — Laxatives — Learning theory — Leukemias, acute — Leukemias, chronic — Licensed practical nurse — Life cycle nutrition — Life support — Lipid tests — Lipids — Lipoproteins test — Lithotripsy — Liver — Liver biopsy — Liver cancer — Liver function tests — Liver radionuclide scan — Long-term insurance — Lower limb orthoses — Lower limb prostheses — Lumbar puncture — Lung biopsy — Lung cancer — Lung perfusion and ventilation scan — Lungs — Lymphatic system — Lymphedema — Lymphoma — Macular degeneration — Magnesium — Magnetic resonance imaging — Magnetic resonance imaging unit — Malabsorption syndrome — Malabsorption tests — Malaria — Malocclusion — Malpractice — Mammography — Managed care plans — Marijuana — Maslow’s hierarchy of needs — Massage therapy — Mastitis — Maxillofacial trauma — Mechanical circulation support — Mechanical ventilation — Mediastinoscopy — Medicaid — Medical administration — Medical assisting — Medical billing — Medical charts — Medical electrodes — Medical ethics — Medical gases — Medical laboratories — Medical laboratory technology — Medical lasers — Medical law — Medical nutrition therapy — Medical physics — Medical records — Medical terminology — Medicare — Medication preparation from a vial — Meditation — Melanoma — Memory — Meningitis — Menopause — Mercury hygiene — Metabolism — Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) — Microbiology — Microscope — Microsurgery — Mifepristone — Migraine headache — Mineral deficiency — Minerals — Miscarriage — Monoclonal antibodies — Movement disorders — Movement therapy — Multiple myeloma — Multiple personality disorder — Multiple pregnancy — Multiple sclerosis — Multiple-gated acquisition (MUGA) scan — Muscle contraction — Muscle relaxants — Muscle testing — Muscular dystrophy — Muscular system — Music therapy — Myelography — Myocardial infarction — Myocarditis — Myopia — Nasal cannula/face mask application — Nasal instillation — Nasal packing — Nasal trauma — Nasogastric intubation and feeding — Nasogastric/nasointestinal tube insertion — Nasopharyngeal culture — Near-drowning — Necrotizing fasciitis — Neglect — Neonatal care — Neonatal jaundice — Neonatal respiratory care — Nephrology — Nephrostomy tube care — Nervous system, autonomic — Nervous system, somatic — Neural tube defect — Neurology — Neuromuscular physical therapy — Neurons — Neurophysiology –Neuropsychological assessment — Neurosis — Neurosurgery — Newborn hearing screening — Niacin –Nicotine and related disorders — Nitrous oxide — Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs — Nonsurgical periodontal therapy — Nuclear medicine technology — Nuclear medicine therapy — Nurse anesthetist — Nurse midwifery — Nursing diagnosis — Nursing education — Nursing homes — Nutrition — Nutritional assessment — Nutritional supplements — Obesity — Occupational medicine — Occupational Safety and Health Act — Occupational therapy — Occupational therapy interviews — Oncology — Ophthalmologic ultrasounds — Ophthalmology — Opticianry — Optometry — Optometry assisting — Oral airway insertion — Oral cancer — Oral hygiene — Oral hygiene aids — Oral medication administration — Orchitis — Organ donation — Orthodontic appliances — Orthopedic tests — Orthopedics — Osmolality test — Osteoarthritis — Osteopathy — Osteoporosis — Otitis externa — Otitis media — Otoscope — Otoscopic examination — Ovarian cysts — Ovarian torsion — Overdose — Oxygen therapy —
Pacemakers — Pain — Pain management — Pancreas — Pancreatitis — Pap test — Paracentesis — Paralysis — Parasites — Parathyroid glands — Parathyroid hormone test — Parathyroid scan — Parentage testing — Parenteral nutrition — Parkinson’s disease — Patient confidentiality — Patient education — Patient representation — Patient rights — Patient-controlled analgesia — Pediatric nutrition — Pediatric physical therapy — Pediatric surgery — Pediatrics — Pelvic ultrasound — Percutaneous transhepatic cholangiography — Pericardial effusion — Pericardiocentesis — Pericarditis — Perinatal infection — Periodontitis — Peripheral neuropathy — Peripheral vascular disease — Peritoneal dialysis — Personal hygiene for cognitive impairment — Personal hygiene for physical impairment — Personality disorders — Phantom limb — Pharmacology — Pharmacy technician — Phimosis — Phlebography — Phlebotomy — Phonophoresis — Phosphorus — Phototherapy — Physical examination — Physical therapy — Physical therapy assisting — Physiology — Pituitary gland — Pituitary hormone tests — Pivot joint — Placenta previa — Placental abruption — Plasma protein tests — Plasma renin activity — Plasmapheresis — Plastic, reconstructive, and cosmetic surgery — Platelet aggregation test — Platelet function disorders — Pleural effusion — Pneumonia — Pneumothorax — Poisoning — Polyneuropathies — Polysomnography — Porphyrias — Positron emission tomography (PET) — Positron emission tomography (PET) unit — Post-traumatic stress disorder — Postmortem care — Postoperative care — Postpartum care — Postpartum depression — Postural evaluation — Power of attorney — Prealbumin test — Preconception counseling — Preeclampsia and eclampsia — Pregnancy — Pregnancy massage — Pregnancy test — Premature infants — Prenatal care — Prenatal nutrition — Preoperative care — Presbyopia — Pressure ulcer — Preterm labor — Preventive dentistry — Preventive medicine — Private insurance plans — Professional-patient relationship — Prophylactic antibiotic premedication — Prophylaxis — Proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation — Prostate biopsy — Prostate cancer — Prostate ultrasound — Prosthetics — Protein electrophoresis test — Protein metabolism — Proteins — Psoriasis — Psychiatric assisting — Psychiatric rehabilitation — Psychological tests — Psychosis — Psychotherapy — Puberty — Public health — Public health administration — Puerperal infection — Pulmonary embolism — Pulmonary function test — Pulmonary rehabilitation — Pulmonology — Pulse assessment — Pulse oximeter — Qigong — Radial keratotomy — Radiation injuries — Radiologic technology — Radiology — Radiotherapy — Rapid streptococcus antigen tests — Rash — Recreation therapy — Rectal medication administration — Red blood cell indices — Reflex tests — Reflexes — Refractive eye surgeries — Registered nurse — Rehabilitation — Rehabilitation technology — Relaxation — Reproductive health –Reproductive system, female — Reproductive system, male — Respiratory distress syndrome — Respiratory failure — Respiratory system — Respiratory therapy — Respiratory therapy apparatus — Restorative dental materials — Restraint use — Reticulocyte count — Retinal detachment — Retinopathy — Retrograde cystography — Rh factor — Rheumatic fever — Rheumatoid arthritis — Riboflavin — Rinne and Weber tests — Robot-assisted surgery — Root canal therapy — Rotator cuff injury — Salivary gland scan — Sarcomas — Schizophrenia — Sciatica — Scoliosis — Scrotal nuclear medicine scan — Scrotal ultrasound — Sedimentation rate test — Seizure disorder — Semen analysis — Sensory reeducation — Sensory testing — Sepsis — Septic shock –Sex hormones tests — Sexual dysfunction — Sexuality and disability — Sexually transmitted infection — Sexually transmitted infections cultures — Shiatsu — Shingles (herpes zoster) — Shock — Sickle cell disease — Sigmoidoscopy — Sinus endoscopy — Sinusitis — Skeletal muscles — Skeletal system — Skin biopsy — Skin culture — Skull — Skull x-rays — Sleep and wakefulness — Sleep apnea — Sleep disorders — Slightly movable joint — Smell — Smoking — Smoking cessation — Smoking-cessation drugs — Snoring — Social work in health care — Social work law — Somatoform disorders — Sore throat — Speech disorders — Speech pathology — Speech reading — Speech therapy — Sphygmomanometer — Spinal cord — Spinal cord injury — Spinal orthoses — Spinal stenosis — Spinal traction — Spirometry tests — Sports injuries — Sports nutrition — Sports participation by children — Sprains and strains — Sputum analysis — Sputum culture — Sputum specimen collection — Standard precautions (universal precautions) — Staphylococcal infections — Stem cell therapy — Stenting — Stereotactic radiosurgery — Sterilization techniques — Stethoscope — Stomach — Stomatitis — Stone analysis — Stool culture — Stool ova & parasites test — Stool specimen collection — Strength training — Strep throat — Streptococcal antibody tests — Streptococcal infections — Stress — Stress test — Stroke — Stuttering — Subcutaneous injection — Subdural hematoma — Sublingual and buccal medication administration — Substance abuse and dependence — Substance abuse counseling — Surgical instruments — Surgical technology — Swallowing disorders — Swan-Ganz catheterization — Syncope — Syphilis — Syphilis tests — Syringe and needle —
Tai chi — Taste — Technetium heart scan — Temporomandibular joint disorders — Tendinitis — Tension headache — Testicular torsion — Thallium heart scan — Therapeutic drug monitoring — Therapeutic exercise — Therapeutic touch — Therapeutic ultrasound — Thermometer — Thermoregulation — Thiamine — Thoracentesis — Thoracic surgery — Thoracoscopy –Thorax — Throat culture — Thrombolytic therapy — Thrombosis risk tests — Thryoid ultrasound — Thyroid function tests — Thyroid gland — Thyroid radionuclide scan — Tilt table test — Tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy — Tonsillitis — Tooth development, permanent — Tooth development, primary — Tooth extraction — Tooth polishing — Topical medicine application — TORCH test — Total body hydraulic lift usage — Toxicology — Trace metal tests — Tracheostomy care — Tracheotomy — Transcranial Doppler ultrasonography — Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation unit — Transesophageal echocardiography — Transfusion therapy — Transplant surgery — Traumatic amputations — Travel health — Triglycerides — Triple marker screen test — Tube feedings — Tuberculin skin test — Tuberculosis — Tumor marker tests — Tumor necrosis factor — Type and screen — Tzanck preparation — Ultrasonic encephalography — Ultrasonography — Ultrasound unit — Universal precautions — Upper GI exam — Upper limb orthoses — Upper limb prostheses — Urinalysis — Urinary incontinence — Urinary system — Urine culture — Urine specimen collection — Uterine stimulants — Vaccination — Vaginal medicine administration — Varicose veins — Vascular sonography — Vascular surgery — Veganism — Vegetarianism — Venous Doppler ultrasound — Venous insufficiency — Ventilation assistance — Ventilation management — Ventilators — Ventricular fibrillation — Ventricular tachycardia — Vertebral column — Viruses — Vision — Visual disorders — Vital signs — Vital signs in children — Vital signs in the aging — Vitamin A — Vitamin B complex — Vitamin B12 — Vitamin C — Vitamin D — Vitamin E — Vitamin K — Vitamin tests — Vitamin toxicity — Vitamins — Voice disorders — Vomiting — Water and nutrition — Water fluoridation — Weakness — Wheelchair prescription — Wheezing — Whiplash — White blood cell count and differential — Women’s health — Wound care — Wound culture — Wounds — X-ray unit — X-rays of the orbit — Yoga — Z-track injection — Zinc.
Summary This set provides more than 1,230 alphabetically arranged entries, of which about 100 are new, covering topics in body systems and functions, conditions and common diseases, contemporary health care issues and theories, techniques and practices, and devices and equipment. It covers all major health professions, including nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, respiratory therapy and more.
Note Description based on print version record.
UofL: Multi-user access (unlimited)
Subject Nursing — Encyclopedias.
Electronic reference books
Series Gale virtual reference library
Variant Title Encyclopedia of nursing and allied health
Added Author Longe, Jacqueline L., editor.
Gale (Firm)

Handbook of family therapy [electronic resource] / edited by Thomas L. Sexton, Jay Lebow.

Description 1 online resource (xiii, 560 pages .)
Note UofL: Multi-user access (3 concurrent users)
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1. The Evolution of Family and Couple Therapy / Thomas L. Sexton — pt. I. Foundational Frameworks in Family and Couple Therapy. 2. The Evolution of Systems Theory / Alan Can — 3. A Family Developmental Framework: Challenges and Resilience Across the Life Cycle / Froma Walsh — 4. The Neurobiology of Relationships / Mona DeKoven Fishbane — 5. The Multiculturalism and Diversity of Families / Celia Jaes Falicov.
pt. II. Foundationsl Theoretical Principles and Core Clinical Models. 6. Cognitive-Behavioral Couple and Family Therapy / Norman B. Epstein — 7. Structural Family Therapy / Jorge Colapinto — 8. Psychodynamic Approaches to Couple and Family Therapy / David E. Scharff.
9. Multigenerational Family Systems / Jessica Farrar — 10. Postmodern/Poststructural/Social Construction Therapies: Collaborative, Narrative, and Solution-Focused / Harlene Anderson — 11. Integrative Approaches to Couple and Family Therapy / Jay Lebow.
pt. III. Evidence-Based Clinical Treatment Models. 12. Multidimensional Family Therapy / Howard A. Liddle — 13. Functional Family Therapy: Evidence-based and Clinically Creative / Thomas L. Sexton — 14. Multisystemic Therapy / Melisa D. Rowland — 15. Brief Strategic Family Therapy Treatment for Behavior Problem Youth: Theory, Intervention, Research, and Implementation / C. Hendricks Brown.
16. Family Psychoeducation for Severe Mental Illness / William McFarlane — 17. Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy: Empiricism and Art / Lorrie L. Brubacher — 18. Traditional and Integrative Behavioral Couple Therapy / Andrew Christensen — 19. Cognitive-Behavior Couple Therapy / Donald H. Baucom — 20. Treating Adolescents with Eating Disorders / James Lock.
pt. IV. Research Foundations. 21. Current Status of Research on Couples / Erika Lawrence — 22. ntegrating Research and Practice Through Intervention Science: New Developments in Family Therapy Research / Thomas L. Sexton — 23. Research-Based Change Mechanisms: Advances in Process Research / Valentin Escudero.
pt. V. Emerging Domains. 24. Medical Family Therapy / Susan H. McDaniel — 25. Separating, Divorced, and Remarried Families / Diana Dinescu — 26. Empirically Informed Couple and Family Therapy: Past, Present, and Future / Jacob Goldsmith — 27. Advancing Training and Supervision of Family Therapy / Douglas C. Breunlin — 28. Integrative Problem Centered Metaframeworks (IPCM) Therapy / Jay Lebow.
Summary Integrative, research-based, multisystemic: these words reflect not only the state of family therapy, but the nature of this comprehensive handbook as well. The contributors, all well-recognized names who have contributed extensively to the field, accept and embrace the tensions that emerge when integrating theoretical perspectives and science in clinical settings to document the current evolution of couples and family therapy, practice, and research. Each individual chapter contribution is organized around a central theme: that the integration of theory, clinical wisdom, and practical and meaningful research produce the best understanding of couple and family relationships, and the best treatment options.
Subject Family psychotherapy — Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Couples therapy — Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Series [EBSCO eBook Collection]
Added Author Sexton, Thomas L., 1953- editor.
Lebow, Jay, editor.

Public Safety & Security Report 2017: Public Safety and Security is the Priority of Governments Across the World

DUBLIN, Dec. 8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ —

The “Public Safety and Security: Microquadrant – 2017” report has been added to Research and Markets’ offering.

Public safety refers to the safety, security, and welfare of public from dangers, such as criminal activities, natural calamities, national & international terrorism, and other emergency & disaster situations. The public living within the cities worldwide relies on a variety of services in everyday life, usually run by government organizations at local, state, or federal levels. Public safety involves the coordination and administration of resources that provide for the safety and security of the community.

Public safety and security is the priority of governments across the world; they have to ensure the safety of citizens, organizations, and financial institutions from external threats. Hence, they heavily rely on the public safety and security solutions, such as surveillance systems, communication networks, screening & scanning system, and biometric & authentication system toward safeguarding the lives of citizens.

A rise in criminal activities, natural disasters, and cross-border terrorism, and stringent government policies and regulations are some of the major factors driving the growth of the public safety and security market. Furthermore, technological advancements and IoT (Internet of Things) and the increasing demand for surveillance and authentication systems provide significant growth opportunities for the vendors over the next five years. However, lack of interoperability between legacy and advance security systems is expected to hamper the market growth.

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