thanks jammie those dual usb you can get them from farnell they were 4 +vat but work great you also need 2 motherboard to usb type a cables i just keep the original floppy drives and clean them all works great and the dss1 drives are 1.44mb versions as i have formated 1.44mb disks the the exteneded dss1 floppy routines
Heya,Tom! I was wondering if you still offer DSS-1 upgrades? I just picked one up in really good condition and would love to send it in for your magic treatment ? Or, perhaps you are sending out new upgrade kits that I could have installed? I am in the SF Bay Area but come to LA pretty regularly if you are in LA. Thanks for any info and for keeping this beast going for everyone!
The DMS files are not disk images, but Multisound data files. When the upgraded DSS-1 saves a System, the System, Multisound, MIDI, and sample files are all saved individually to DOS formatted drives.The .DMS files are saved with 16-bit data format though only 12 bits are used. Same for the sample files, which are actually saved as .WAV files. There is a 349 byte header in front of the sample data in DMS files.
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Entering the zip code for a patient's or contact's address now automatically populates the corresponding city and state. While the auto-populated information can be changed if needed, this helps to avoid unnecessary data entry. This will streamline your workflow as you enter new patient information. Due to this feature, we moved zip code above the city and state fields.
Also, when creating a patient, the Employment field now defaults to "Select Employment" if the patient's employment status has not been set, allowing you to maintain more accurate information. Previously, the Employment field defaulted to Unemployed/Other if no other option was selected. Please note this field is optional, and we encourage you to leave it as "Select Employment" if you do not intend to maintain this information.
We've overhauled how we transmit claims and ERAs to and from our clearinghouse, Change Healthcare, utilizing updated encryption algorithms and more efficient transmission protocols. This new infrastructure can better handle large volumes of transactions, ensuring your claims will get to the clearinghouse as quickly as possible.
Delivery: We deliver up to a 25 mile radius from our shop. You can confirm we deliver to your desired address by entering the zip code on the cart page. We have a $50.00 arrangement value minimum for delivery.
The workaround is a short-term mitigation for CVE-2021-44228 and CVE-2021-45046 vulnerabilities in DSM versions 19.x and 20.1.1. DSM version 20.1.2 resolves the vulnerabilities listed above. The instructions have not and will not be verified on DSM versions 18.x or earlier.DSM installed in Windows:-----------------------------
The clamping sleeves arranged over a wide basis exert a positive influence on run-out accuracy and rotating flexural stress of the shafthub fit. The degree of torque which can be transferred with two consecutively arranged clamping sleeves is approx. 30 % higher than when using a single clamping sleeve.
This shaft-hub connection is completely free of play and can be released an unlimited number of times. The tightening torque levels for clamping force initiating screws depend on the required clamping force for each individual clamping sleeve.
The sleeve is hydraulically tensioned and precisely centred. Free movement is immediately possible in the un-tensioned state. The axial thrust created during the clamping process with single arrangement of a clamping sleeve is theoretically balanced out in this case by forces working in opposition. In practice, however, in case of a freely located sleeve, allowance must be made for a slight residual thrust as it is not possible to create identical clamping conditions at the clamping sleeves.
Here, two long clamping sets are used to achieve high overall radial rigidity due to intensive tensioning of the shaft and hub. The pressure roller is exchanged by pulling the shaft out of the bearings.
The specifications provided in the table apply to a bore tolerance of H7 and a shaft tolerance of h5 in the connecting components. For an h6 shaft, in the most unfavourable scenario, a reduction of transmittable forces of approx. 10 % may be expected.
M: Transmittable torque at Fa = 0 The specified values were ascertained in a series of tests, in which the connecting components were made of C45 steel, produced with the stipulated surface quality.
The specified performance data are subject to the variation of the friction values of the different contact partners. The components are designed to be reusable, with frequent assembly and disassembly we recommend reducing the tightening torque. Please note that this can also reduce the transmissible torque.
Subjection of the clamped connection to steady, pulsating, alternating or sudden stress has no impact provided that the occurring peak forces do not exceed the catalogue values. The risk of fretting corrosion is always a possibility in friction-locked connections subjected to alternating torsion or rotating bending stress. This phenomenon can complicate dismantling and can be prevented by complying with the following instructions:
F: Maximum permissible clamping force To avoid the danger of fatigue failure and fretting corrosion, the clamping sleeves should be tensioned in case of high clamping/release cycle frequencies to a maximum of 0.75 F.
C: Required functional installation space Spieth clamping sleeves must be clamped using the controlled application of force. The clamping force cannot be applied in relation to the clamping path. To prevent premature blocking, a "free" functional path "C" must be provided.
Automated operation In the case of automated operation, for example, using hydraulic actuation, a variety of influencing variables can cause the actual values of the system to deviate from the catalogue values. For this application scenario, we strongly recommend that you verify the force or torque values required. In this application, care must be taken to ensure that the installation is completely free of axial play. To avoid fatigue failure and due to the danger of fretting corrosion, in case of high clamping/release cycle frequencies, the clamping sleeves should be tensioned at a maximum of 0.75xF.
General If it is not possible to apply the clamping force F, the following formula is used for approximate determination of the torque Mred which can be transmitted with the given clamping force Fgiv. (
The 2022 ICD-10-CM files below contain information on the ICD-10-CM updates for FY 2022. These 2022 ICD-10-CM codes are to be used for discharges occurring from October 1, 2021 through September 30, 2022 and for patient encounters occurring from October 1, 2021 through September 30, 2022.
There is no FY 2022 GEMs file. As stated in the FY 2016 IPPS/LTCH PPS final rule (80 FR 49388), the GEMs have been updated on an annual basis as part of the ICD-10 Coordination and Maintenance Committee meetings process and will continue to be updated for approximately 3 years after ICD-10 is implemented.
Learn what the PACT Act means for your VA benefits "; $("body").append(alertMsg); }); Life Events Checklist for DSM-5 (LEC-5)Share this page Life Events Checklist for DSM-5 (LEC-5) To Obtain ScaleDescriptionThe Life Events Checklist for DSM-5 (LEC-5) is a self-report measure designed to screen for potentially traumatic events in a respondent's lifetime. The LEC-5 assesses exposure to 16 events known to potentially result in PTSD or distress and includes one additional item assessing any other extraordinarily stressful event not captured in the first 16 items.
The LEC was originally developed concurrently with the Clinician-Administered PTSD Scale for DSM-IV (CAPS) to be administered before the CAPS. The LEC demonstrated adequate psychometric properties as a stand-alone assessment of traumatic exposure, particularly when evaluating consistency of events that actually happened to a respondent.
The original LEC also demonstrated convergent validity with measures assessing varying levels of exposure to potentially traumatic events and psychopathology known to relate to traumatic exposure. However, the LEC did not establish that the respondent has experienced an event with sufficient severity to meet DSM-IV criteria for a traumatic exposure.
The LEC-5 is intended to gather information about the potentially traumatic experiences a person has experienced. There is no formal scoring protocol or interpretation per se, other than identifying whether a person has experienced one or more of the events listed. Respondents indicate varying levels of exposure to each type of potentially traumatic event included on a 6-point nominal scale, and respondents may endorse multiple levels of exposure to the same trauma type. The LEC-5 does not yield a total score or composite score.
Weathers, F.W., Blake, D.D., Schnurr, P.P., Kaloupek, D.G., Marx, B.P., & Keane, T.M. (2013). The Life Events Checklist for DSM-5 (LEC-5). Instrument available from the National Center for PTSD at www.ptsd.va.gov
Measure availability: We provide information on a variety of measures assessing trauma and PTSD. These measures are intended for use by qualified mental health professionals and researchers. Measures authored by National Center staff are available as direct downloads or by request. Measures developed outside of the National Center can be requested via contact information available on the information page for the specific measure. 041b061a72