For my PhD dissertation , I built a fluid status monitor for patients with congestive heart failure with Professor Charlie Sodini. For my master's thesis , I developed a wearable cardiac monitor that measures single lead electrocardiogram ECG and three axis acceleration data for up to one week while the user carries out their daily activities. I have given multiple talks about my self-tracking experiences, including a talk at QS13 on my experiences wearing my cardiac monitor and another talk at QS15 about my experiences recovering from a concussion. I have also been involved in other diversity efforts in the Quantified Self community, including writing the first QS Code of Conduct and organizing a sponsorship program for QS Both my research and my experiences with the Quantified Self community have stimulated my interest in inclusive and anti-oppressive design.
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This page is dedicated to give you an idea on what goes on behind the scenes. For this we have chosen for you some of our most interesting cases and stories. Our first case is that of Maggie, a 6 year old Ferret. Maggie came to us as she had an ulcer on her left eye which quickly became swollen. In Maggie's case the only option was to surgically remove the eye. A second nurse was on hand to pass instruments as needed by the Vet. This ensures the anaesthetic nurse is never distraced from monitoring the patient under anaesthetic.
Although with the change in times, people may not follow these rules as stringently as before, it is still better to be careful so as to not offend anyone, and you may possibly land up with the love of your life. It does kick your butt!. How am I certain. Me and my husband has been married for almost 2 years now, and have been together for almost 12years. This lack of inclusion within the general society makes them socially awkward, especially around men.