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The Visit [v1.0] [Completed]

Here's a video showing off v1.0, and you may want to check the changelog if you've played OpenXcom before. What's next? The gang are already working on loading stuff from UFO Defense's subaquatic sequel, X-COM: Terror from the Deep.

The Visit [v1.0] [Completed]


In some nutrition studies, a supply of study product may be provided to the infant's caregiver, to be used between 2 scheduled visits. The data collected on this can be represented using the Drug Accountability (DA) domain.

In this study, the sponsor dispensed a number of cans to the subject to use between the study visits. In this study, it was important to note the number of opened and unopened cans returned (i.e., the volume remaining in the unopened cans was not required to be collected); the variable DACAT was used to represent "Opened" and "Unopened" cans returned.

Data collection on bowel movements is usually conducted using diaries completed by a subject or other evaluator (e.g., caregiver). Fecal samples may also be taken by the subject or caregiver, or they may be taken at hospitals or clinics.

Recalled average number of bowel movements over a 3-day period prior to the visit was represented in the FACE dataset. FAEVAL was used to represent that the average number of stools was assessed by the subject. The non-standard variable (NSV) FACOLSRT was used to represent that the collected result type was an average. The NSV FASOURCE was used to indicate that the results were obtained using subject recall at the visit, as opposed to information gathered from a data collection tool (e.g., a patient daily diary).

Recalled typical consistency of the stool over a 3-day period prior to the visit was represented using the Laboratory Test Results (LB) domain. The consistency of the stool was assessed by the subject; therefore, LBEVAL was used to represent this. The NSVs LBCOLSRT and LBSOURCE were used to represent that the collected result was typical and that this was information recalled from the subject. Certain Expected variables have been omitted in consideration of space and clarity.

The sponsor chose to use a paper diary to collect the information. Each subject was given a diary with instructions on how to complete it at the end of the day on each of the 3 days before the next visit. At that next visit, the subject returned the completed diary and the collected information was entered into the electronic data capture (EDC) system.

The sponsor chose to use a paper diary to collect the information. Each subject's caregiver was given a diary with instructions on how to record details of each of the subject's bowel movements during the 3 days before the next visit. At that next visit, the subject's caregiver returned the completed diary and the collected information was entered into the EDC system.

In this example, the subject was given a diary at visit 1 to record GI symptoms starting from the day after visit 1 to the day before visit 2. The diary was then collected at visit 2 and a new diary was given to the subject.

To properly prepare for the transition, the QIES Assessment Submission and Processing (ASAP) system for MDS submissions will be turned off on Thursday, April 13 at 8:00 pm EST. Providers should submit completed MDS records prior to 8:00 pm EST on April 13th to QIES (ASAP) or wait until 8:00 am EST on April 17th to submit data in iQIES. Providers are expected to take into account all requirements when determining the date they submit completed MDS records, including but not limited to, submission timeliness, claims processing, and care planning requirements.

Please note that failure to obtain access to iQIES prior to April 17, 2023 will impact your ability to submit MDS records. As mentioned in previous communications, nursing home and swing bed providers who are required to submit data to CMS must have at least one staff person assigned and approved as the facility Provider Security Official (PSO), who works for the provider and is responsible for approving all other users for their facility. For information and instructions to register for an iQIES account, please visit: -and-updates/action-required-register-iqies-account

Extra detour time due to the shipments visited on the route before thevisit and to the potential waiting time induced by time windows.If the visit is a delivery, the detour is computed from the correspondingpickup visit and is equal to:

Total visit load demand as the sum of the shipment and the visit requestload_demands. The values are negative if the visit is a delivery.Demands are reported for the same types as the[Transition.loads][](see this field).

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There are currently 2 versions of Microsoft Graph REST APIs - v1.0 and beta.If you're interested in new or enhanced APIs that are still in preview status, see Microsoft Graph beta endpoint reference. Be aware that APIs in preview status are subject to change, and may break existing scenarios without notice. Don't take a production dependency on APIs in the beta endpoint. 041b061a72


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