Daily Archives: July 5, 2017

Good Earth Lighting 21-inch Plug In Plant Grow Light


Price: $15.99 - $17.95



For indoor plants that need extra light in an area where direct wiring is not available, the Good Earth Lighting Plug-in Grow Light is an ideal solution. The sturdy fixture is constructed of durable molded plastic and this item is UL listed to meet strict safety and quality standards. An integrated 15-watt T8 fluorescent bulb carries a rated lamp life of 10,000 hours, ensuring long-lasting use. Because the lamp is designed to tolerate damp locations, you don’t have to worry about humidity in the room where the light is in use. And with the 60-inch power cord, you can easily plug this fixture into an outlet located far from the point-of-use. The Good Earth Lighting Grow Light carries a 3-year warranty. Item measures 22″L x 1.75″H x 2.15″W.15-watt T8 fluorescent light bar for 10,000 hours of lamp life
Plug-in fixture is an excellent solution when direct wire is not available
Includes light fixture, fluorescent bulbs, 5-foot power cord plus all mounting hardware
3-year limited warranty
UL Listed to meet strict safety standards



History Of Electronic Medical Records

In the 1960s, a physician named Lawrence L. Weed first described the concept of computerized or electronic medical records. Weed described a system to automate and reorganize patient medical records to enhance their utilization and thereby lead to improved patient care.

Weed’s work formed the basis of the PROMIS project at the University of Vermont, a collaborative effort between physicians and information technology experts started in 1967 to develop an automated electronic medical record system. The project’s objectives were to develop a system that would provide timely and sequential patient data to the physician, and enable the rapid collection of data for epidemiological studies, medical audits and business audits. The group’s efforts led to the development of the problem-oriented medical record, or POMR. Also, in the 1960s, the Mayo Clinic began developing electronic medical record systems.

In 1970, the POMR was used in a medical ward of the Medical Center Hospital of Vermont for the first time. At this time, touchscreen technology had been incorporated into data entry procedures. Over the next few years, drug information elements were added to the core program, allowing physicians to check for drug actions, dosages, side effects, allergies and interactions. At the same time, diagnostic and treatment plans for over 600 common medical problems were devised.

During the 1970s and 1980s, several electronic medical record systems were developed and further refined by various academic and research institutions. The Technicon system was hospital-based, and Harvard’s COSTAR system had records for ambulatory care. The HELP system and Duke’s ‘The Medical Record’ are examples of early in-patient care systems. Indiana’s Regenstrief record was one of the earliest combined in-patient and outpatient systems.

With advancements in computer and diagnostic applications during the 1990s, electronic medical record systems became increasingly complex and more widely used by practices. In the 21st century, more and more practices are implementing electronic medical records.



Source by Kent Pinkerton

Led World 16.4ft 5050 SMD 300 LED Flexible strip plant growing light red blue 4:1 DC12V Waterproof IP65 60led/m


Price: $14.50



Protection Rate: IP65(Waterproof) 5050 LED : 4 RED : 1 Blue
Operation Voltage: DC12V Power Dissipation(W): 14.4/M Input Current (mA): 600/M
WLD(nm): R:625-660 nm B: 450-465nm Single LED Luminous Intensity(MCD): 2000-2500MCD Angle(°): 120 Operation Temperature(℃): -20~60 Single LED Operating Current(mA): 60/M LED Quantity(pcs): 60/M Dimension(mm): L5000*W10
Package Content: * Standard Lenght: 1X 5M/Roll led strip.Note: AC adapter not included
Best for your Plants: Red and Blue Mixed LED bulbs are suitable for plants heightening and thriving. Can be used to control florescence in hydro and restrain flowering for higher and stronger.