The term “trendy dresses” are very variable. It is very difficult to define a trendy dress as trends which keep on changing. It is impossible to predict the longevity of a trendy dress because another may swallow its market any time. Our results show that a multi channel whole head OPM system offers (on average) a fivefold improvement in sensitivity for an adult brain, as well as clear improvements in reconstruction accuracy and spatial resolution. However, we also show that such improvements depend critically on accurate forward models; indeed, the reconstruction accuracy of our simulated OPM system only outperformed that of a simulated superconducting system in cases where forward field error was less than 5%. Overall, our results imply that the realisation of a viable whole head multi channel OPM system could generate a step change in the utility of MEG as a means to assess brain electrophysiological activity in health and disease.
However, little is known about whether patients with ADHD, their families, and clinicians would be interested in using RMT.Objective: To explore patients TM, parents TM, and health care professionals TM views and attitudes toward using digital technology for remote monitoring during titration for ADHD.Methods: This was a qualitative study, and data were collected through 11 focus groups with adults and young people with ADHD, parents of children with ADHD, and health care professionals (N=59).Results: All participant groups were positive about using RMT in the treatment of ADHD, but they were also aware of barriers to its use, especially around access to technology and integrating RMT into clinical care. They identified that RMT had the most potential for use in the ongoing management and support of ADHD, rather than during the distinct titration period. Participants identified features of RMT that could improve the quality of consultations and support greater self management.Conclusions: RMT has the potential to augment support and care for ADHD, but it needs to go beyond the titration period and offer more to patients and families than monitoring through outcome measures.
>What are your thoughts on causes of astigmatism? Could lens distortion (away from optical center of a high minus lens) be a contributing factor over a long period of time? If so, could be an argument for using FF lenses. They recently made an attempt to relaunch in the US but I have no idea if it succeeded.>Looks like the Zeiss Individual SV will compensate for astigmatism caused by pantoscopic tilt, https: but that not the main problem. The main problem comes from the cyclotorsion the eyes exhibit during convergence as part of the donward gaze.