you can say I am smoking, to me investors on friday got the wrong idea and simply that is their problem.
coming event is very bullish for the stock.expension in job hiring creating a new web site and hooking with facebook are the few agenda.
We bought almost 47 M shares this month.which include 22 m on friday.We will keep smoking as we love the the company 's plans.
Changing Technologies, Inc. British startup MakieLab as an example of where the personalization niche of 3D printing is headed. the cutting-edge technology’s global market could take a dramatic upward trajectory.
I am not keen on vjet but i am keen on CHGT.This company market cap may reach 1 Billion in two years
. The uniquely personalized 3D printed dolls are an alternative to mass manufactured dolls found on retailers’ shelves this holiday season. (6D3D) will offer with their state-of-the-art 3D printing retail portal that Adverion Incorporated is in the final stages of developing.
“Mass customization of 3D printed items is a potential revenue-producing GolD mine to me
US soldiers teach medical workers how to effectively wear protective gear during a training session on fighting Ebola on Friday at the police academy in Monrovia, where a US military base is located. (Getty Images/Photo)
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has ordered $2.7 million in personal protective equipment to increase Strategic National Stockpile supplies to assist U.S. hospitals caring for Ebola patients. Products are being configured into 50 kits that can be rapidly delivered to hospitals. Each kit can provide the PPE needed by clinical teams to manage the care of one Ebola patient for up to five days.
Purchases are based on protective guidance for caring for Ebola patients that was issued by CDC on October 20. As product is delivered to stockpile facilities, it is assembled into kits by federal personnel. The kits can be rapidly delivered from the stockpiles as requested to those hospitals that receive suspected or confirmed Ebola cases but may need additional PPE supplies that otherwise are not immediately available.
Although the number of kits is limited, they will help address short-term protective needs. Purchases include impermeable gowns, coveralls, and aprons; boot covers; gloves; face shields and hoods; N95 respirators; powered-air purifying respirator systems and ancillaries; and disinfecting wipes.
Since the issuance of the CDC guidance, there has been a sudden increase in demand for PPE. Across the United States, availability for these products varies by product type and model, requested quantity, manufacturer, distributor, and geographic region.
“We are making certain to not disrupt the orders submitted by states and hospitals, but we are building our stocks so that we can assist when needed. Some of these products are not normally used by hospitals for regular patient care,” said Greg Burel, director of CDC’s Division of Strategic National Stockpile.
There are alternatives that can be used in the event certain products are unavailable, and those alternatives are included in CDC’s guidance. The federal agency continues to coordinate with manufacturers, distributors and health care facilities to monitor the availability of products in the supply chain. No products are being held by manufacturers or distributors specifically for SNS orders, and SNS orders are not being prioritized ahead of orders placed by hospitals.
Hospitals should coordinate with their state public health departments if there is a need to request PPE supplies from CDC to care for an Ebola patient. The state health department will follow the established protocol for submitting this request to CDC.
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