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Background Asthma is a respiratory and genetic condition characterized by the inflammation and narrowing of airways in the lungs. The inflammation forces airways to swell, contributing to difficulties in breathing (Rubner et al., 2017). During asthma attacks, individuals experience periods of intense coughing, shortness of breath, chest tightness, and wheezing. Individuals with asthma may experience mild to severe symptoms, and a varying frequency of attacks. An individual’s physical activity may be related to the timing of asthma symptoms. Some people...
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Executive Summary Banks being the financial backbone of an economy affect the country’s monetary and fiscal policies. With the advent of globalization, more and more foreign banks coming down to India and vice versa, and banks are now exposed to a number of risks. Therefore, the entire banking system and its operations require close scrutiny and control. Banks by the very nature of their business attract several types of risks, viz., credit risk, market risk (which includes interest rate risk,...
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Abstract Samsung Group is Korea's largest multinational conglomerate. Samsung Electronics is Korea's largest electronics industry and the largest subsidiary of the Samsung Group. Samsung Galaxy Note series models have been regarded as the 'flagship' model of Android, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has a double-curved screen, blue body, iris recognition, new S Pen, waterproof, dust-proof and other functions have been recognized and expected by many netizens. Among them, the huge Chinese market has made great contributions to its achievements....
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Mrs. Linda Hutton is a South-African visual artist and qualified educator, having developed a successful career in the education industry. Hutton is the current Head of Faculty for the visual and dramatic arts department, teaching visual arts and mixed artistic media. Her qualifications as an educator are notable, fulfilling roles as the Head of Art at the Roedean School, Johannesburg in South Africa, and Head of Faculty at St Ursula’s College, Toowoomba. Hutton described the rewards of her educational profession...
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The report is on a pedestrian bridge at Florida International University, Uni Park, Florida, US. This bridge is a 174-foot-long bridge connecting university and student accommodation which is crossing Tamiami trail (US Route 41) with an estimated cost of 14.2 million USD. On 15th March 2018, this bridge collapsed causing 6 deaths, 8 injuries and crushed 8 vehicles. Case Study and Research Background FIU footbridge was being constructed on a main road line which makes people easy to cross the...
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This report was commissioned to identify and explain the services offered by one of the largest global airlines based on revenue, destinations and fleet size, American Airlines (Bhasin, H., 2016). Based on the segmentation principles, information about the company’s target markets will be discussed, as well as how the external factors might affect it. The report draws attention to the fact that American Airlines uses a mix of segmentation principles in order to meet their market targets requirements. Moreover, taking...
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Hundreds of decisions and actions are to be taken during flight operations of an aircraft, ranging from pre-flight processes like weather interpretation, fueling, route selection and checklists, to flight operations such as taxing, take-off, cruise and landing. Proper procedures must be correctly executed to ensure safe completion of flight operations and that no risks are taken or hazards are created that may affect the aircraft, aircrew, passengers, cargo and other airplanes. A pilot’s ability to make decision, and or execute...
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Hospitality is a business activity which provides various services to guests in hotels, bars, restaurants as a source of recreation purpose and meeting each and every needs and demands whenever asked (Merriam-webster.com, 2019). Hospitality industry basically puts emphasis on the satisfaction of the customers and providing the best experiences available. This industry is unique in its nature and provides facilities for its customers arriving for vacation or occasional purposes. The different areas of hospitality industry include different levels of accommodation...
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MSN Messenger used to be the most used Instant Messaging (IM) service that only lasted for fifteen years. This case report shows the MSN brief history from its birth and boom, and further explanation regarding the discontinuation of MSN Messenger. Also, this case report aims to show the analysis of the retirement of MSN Messenger. The analysis was conducted by the push-pull-mooring (PPM) framework regarding the human migration decision. The objective of this case report is to show reasons of...
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The case of serving shark fin soup at Hong Kong Disneyland was chosen as a case study to summarize the arguments for and against. In fact, there are numerous arguments for and against serving shark fin soup at Hong Kong Disneyland. Firstly, there is a political side of view. If we summarize Tommy Cheung (legislator for Hong Kong’s catering industry) words, Disney would directly insult the Great Chinese culture and traditions. It is also known that the shark fin soup...
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Ben’s Case study Identification of the disorder: The case presented deals with Ben, a 52 years old man suffering from obsessive-compulsive disorder as well as generalized anxiety disorder, personality disorder and social anxiety disorder. Since Ben has been unmarried his whole life and has always been anxious with girls and he avoids making any social approaches with women. Since he also mentioned that all of the young people in his area dislike him. Thus, Ben is diagnosed with Social anxiety...
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The aviation industry is among the fastest-growing economic sectors in the United Arab Emirates. As a result, the aviation industry provides the Emirates with vast job opportunities for socio-economic development, and women should strive to take advantage to achieve personal and career development goals. Fortunately, as shown in the case study, Emirati women have benefited greatly from the vast opportunities in the growing aviation industry. The UAE government has taken an active role in empowering women to take up opportunities...
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Introduction This case study is about a Somalian 70+-year-old lady, Salma, who came to Australia with her grandchildren. Her husband, son, and daughter-in-law were killed in Somalia by the army. I met Salma in Dallas Neighborhood Housing during my field placement. In this paper, I will discuss the main difficulties that the lady and her grandchildren are facing and how different social work theories and frameworks can be applied in this case. There are a couple of social work theories...
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Introduction Research has shown that family plays a vital role in a person’s spiritual, emotional, and physical development. However, no family is perfect, and some families will encounter struggles, trauma, and disagreements. The key to having a strong family system is being able to acknowledge the needs of each family member. Family therapy can help families identify needs, changes, and behavior patterns in the family structure. Family therapy is a form of treatment that seeks to reduce discomfort and conflict...
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Abstract It is believed that various regions of the Medial Temporal Lobe (MTL) are majorly involved for the coordination activations in disparate parts of the cortex, and these activations help in the information representation for the Autobiographic Memories (AM). Hence, any type of physical damage to the MTL would cause difficulty in the retrieval of AM. Patient M.S. suffered from long-term visual memory loss along with some semantic deficits, he also exhibited severe retrograde (inability of retrieving previous memories) amnesia...
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Case No 5: Name: F. R Father’s name: M. R Age: 19 Gender: Female Religion: Islam Address: Faisalabad Birth order: 1st Siblings: 4(2 brothers, 1 sister) Marital Status: Unmarried Education: 2nd Year Father Alive/Dead: Alive Mother Alive/Dead: Alive History: The client's name is F.R. she is of 19 years and lives in Faisalabad and has studied till 2nd year. Her mother and father both are alive. She has 2 brothers and 1 sister and her birth order is 1stamong his...
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What is nursing Myocardial Infarction (MI) is a medical condition also referred to as a heart attack that occurs when the blood flow stops or decreases to a part of the heart resulting in damage to the heart muscle. As a nursing practitioner, it is important to be alert to some of the symptoms and conditions that are likely to lead to MI as they are easily misinterpreted causing patients not to seek the appropriate care when they should. Treatment...
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This case study work focuses on recognising and quantifying internal heat sources in the first European analog space base: the recently constructed Ppolish LUNARES habitat. The paper explains the necessity of conducting analog space missions prior to an actual manned exploration of the Moon and Mars. Notions of internal heat loads and gains have been elaborated along with their significance for developing space building physics. This paper presents the results of thorough inspection of all internal heat sources, conducted by...
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Cow’s milk protein allergy Abstract Cow’s milk protein allergy (CMPA) is caused by an immune-mediated response to milk proteins and tends to present during the first year of life. This response can vary greatly from an immediate reaction within 2 hours of ingestion to a more delayed reaction which can occur anywhere between 2 to 72 hours later. Overdiagnosis can lead to an unnecessary elimination diet but a delay in diagnosis can cause child and parental distress. It can also...
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There is an abundance of contrasting views that debate whether psychologists provide a useful service by assisting interrogations. Firstly, before discussing the role that psychologists play in the interrogation and torture process; Both of these aspects need to be defined. Torture is summarised as “intentionally inflicting severe pain or suffering on another” while conducting their official duties but there needs to be proof that he had authority and justification do to so, furthermore it is irrelevant whether the suffering is...
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Learning disability is defined as a significant lifelong difficulty in learning and understanding, practising the skills needed to cope with everyday life, and that there is evidence that these difficulties started before 18 years of age (Gates et al, 2015). This essay will discuss critically, recent theories and methods applied in order to prioritise and safely meet the health and care needs of Carlos who has fragile X syndrome and atypical autism. Using appropriate models with vast evidence-based practice to...
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Care Plan Case Study: Systolic heart failure myocardial infarction Heart failure is costly for our healthcare systems and one of the leading causes for hospitalization. Many patients are not able to manage their heart failure after discharge and are readmitted back to the hospital within 30 days of being discharged. Another issue among these heart failure patients is their quality of life. These patients tend to have a poor quality of life if they don’t know how to manage their...
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Formative assessment Scenario 1 Patrick is a 28-year-old white Scottish male; he has a diagnosis of mild learning disability and Autism. Patrick has epilepsy, which is poorly controlled with Sodium Valproate (500mg twice daily), and his mood is stabilized using Citalopram (20mg daily). Patrick lives in shared accommodation, he shares with one housemate. The housemate has only recently moved into the accommodation following placement by the local authority. The house receives visiting support each day for four hours; Patrick receives...
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· We live in a world where technology, especially information and communication technology plays huge role in today’s daily and practical life, it includes all digital technology that assists individuals, businesses and organizations in using information. It covers all electronic products that deal with information in a digital form. Advances in the development of information and communication technologies is transforming business practices and creating opportunities for new types of entrepreneurial activities. · Technology is an application of knowledge to the...
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Case Study: Robert Kuok Hock Nien as a Role Model of a Good Leader Introduction Robert Kuok Hock Nien is a Malaysian business magnate and an active investor. Born on 6 October 1953 in Johor Bahru. His father is a Chinese from Fujin. He is the youngest of three brothers. Robert Kuok is a graduate student from Raffles Institution and English College Johor Bahru. According to Robert Kuok, he began herself into work as an office boy and then starts...
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Case Assignment Case Study #3: Elvis Stewart Issue: The dispute spotlights whether an employer’s established practice of employees’ searches is motivated by racial discrimination. Rule: According to the rule of law on ethics based on what is right and what is wrong, an employer should not make any decision on employees based on race, religion or color. Title VII prohibits an employer against discriminating of employees whether it’s during hiring, promotion, assignments or giving benefits. Analysis: there was an earlier...
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Since then Red Bull has continued to grow and now holds the largest market share of any energy drink selling 6.970 billion cans in 2018 and over 75 billion since the product launched in 1987. Dietrich Mateschitz was inspired by a functional drink called ‘Krating Daeng’ first sold In Thailand by Chaleo Yoovidhya in the early 1980s. Mateschitz partnered with Chaleo Yoovidhya in the late 1980s to create a new business venture by creating a similar product to ‘Krating Daeng’...
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In this assignment, I am going to investigate the effectiveness of Morrison’s use of ‘own brands’. Background information Morrison’s is a public limited company (PLC) which was founded in 1899, 120 years ago, by a man named William Morrison. Mr Morrison started selling eggs, butter along with other dairy products at a small, local market until eventually, 53 years later; William’s son took over and opened their first store. Morrison’s are continually growing and are currently the fourth largest British...
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1. Paper Title: How Improving Customer Experience Quality and Business Performance? A Case Study by Mystery Shopper Practices Authors: Yung-Lung Lai & Shih-Chieh Chang. International Journal of Marketing Studies; Vol. 5, No. 6; 2013 1.1 General description of the research method: Case Study Case study method was first defined by Benbasat et al. (1987, p. 370) as “examining a phenomenon in its natural setting, employing multiple methods of data collection to gather information from one or few entities (people, groups...
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Q. Advancement in computer processors. A central processing unit (CPU), likewise called a central processor or main processor, is the electronic hardware inside a PC that does the instructions of a PC program by doing the fundamental arithmetic, logic, controlling, and input/output (I/O) tasks indicated by the instructions. So the advancement of CPU is very essential for better performance with great power efficiency. So let’s begin from the first to latest processor’s evolution in terms of core, clock speed, cache,...
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