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Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) is indicated in patients with major swallowing disorders who cannot take adequate nutrition through normal routes of intake, or who have had a surgical abdominal procedure and present with problems with nutritional intake or aspiration. We aim to assess the efficacy and safety of PEG in our centre. A prospective study was conducted at Aga Khan University Hospital, Karachi between August 2003 and July 2009. All patients on whom PEG was performed were included in the study. The procedure was performed by using conscious sedation using 2 mg midazolam. A PEG tube was placed, and the procedure was completed. The degree of success for the procedure was based on completion of the procedure, complications and completion of the study. A total of 145 procedures were conducted during the study period. The median age of patients was 51 years (mean = 53 years; standard deviation = 17 years). The indications for PEG included dysphagia due to oesophageal carcinoma (96%), post surgical complication (4%), and neurological impairment (4%). The median duration of PEG was 15 days (mean = 12 days; standard deviation = 9 days). A PEG tube was successfully placed in 143/145 patients (98.6%). The technical success rate was 98.6% and the clinical success rate was 90%. The overall minor complication rate was 13.8% (20/145), with the rate of minor complications being 12.4% (18/145). The median time to minor complication was 21 days. The overall major complication rate was 1.4% (2/145). Both major and minor complications were successfully treated with conservative management. PEG can be safely performed in a hospital setting and is a successful procedure. It is very effective in the management of patients with advanced oesophageal cancer or stroke.Of the three Spice Girls behind the stage in the Spice Girls’ new ‘Manifesto’ video, only one is still a member of the girl group.
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I’m looking for a plugin or addon for Cinema 4D that allows me to animate pre-baked normal maps in a vertex-based animation process.
[b]EDIT:[/b] I’m still looking, but from what I read/read about so far here on this forum, it doesn’t seem possible. Maybe there are plugins like that for other programs? I’ve never used anything other than C4D, but I’d love to know!
To my understanding it isn’t possible to bake normals with the underlying “3D Surface” option. It’s either “3D Curves”, which is a bit tricky to setup for your needs, or “Mesh/Mesh Maker” which will render your 3D objects in Cinema 4D as a mesh (basic image, with no subdivision, no smooth corners etc). These options simply bake meshes and export them as a bitmap.
In order to bake normals onto your objects, you’ll have to setup a “3D Volume” and use your mesh as the background (for example setting the background to “Plane”), then use the Volume to bake your normals onto the mesh.
If you want to do everything by vertex animation, you’ll have to have a 3D model in Cinema 4D, and use the “Mesh Maker” as described above.
In Cinema 4D, an object is already a “tridimensional object”, with tris, textures, etc. So no, there isn’t a plug-in for Cinema 4D that will allow you to use pre-made normals on an object.
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I have a question, I am trying to use MKLocalSearch in iOS.
I am trying to pass a CLLocation to the MKLocalSearch, the code is just the following:
MKLocalSearchRequest *request = [[MKLocalSearchRequest alloc]init];