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all right so we're going to talk about.viral hemorrhagic fever I'll try to go.through most of the topics we need to.know under this setting so basically.what I wanna do is or achieve is to tell.you something about all of them and try.to be very precise regarding most of.them with some of them with more.material to know and some of them just.to let you know what they are where they.are and how do they present.so pretty much name tells the story.viral hemorrhagic fever so I'd say of.course viral this is a febrile illness.and it gives you hemorrhages so that's.pretty much it is and it is a.multi-system disease the viruses which.they cause it.all of them are RNA and we lived in a.fatty layer and pretty much humans are.not the actual host after those viruses.humans are accidental hosts the whole.sauce actually the other rodents or.mosquitoes or ticks so somebody some.other animals are the actual hosts and.humans are pretty much not the actual.hosts but end up getting it and getting.infections so if we know but the you.know those actual holes rodents or.mosquitoes or ticks we can pretty much.locate them in different geographic.areas and then can you know delineate.which areas that specific illness is.found so that's another character of.these diseases so the diseases where the.actual host is so if you we know where.the hostess we can tell where the.disease is so five families so we will.try to go through most of the viruses.listed and I have a disclaimer to made.most of it after information is from the.CDC some from Mandel that's pretty much.the sources so CDC was the main source.of all the information actually and.pictures are also actually from CDC.a very few which are not from CDC okay.Arina Verdi is the first group so this.group actually all of them before we go.to know which which are which they are.but basically the actual horse is the.road dance so anybody can tell what is.the difference between these two which.one is the rat and which randomize that.smaller is Mouse and the bigger is red.that's what I found out during the.process of working out so yeah Arina.virus is usually rodents which are rats.mouse sometimes squirrels but the rats.are the notorious month so they actually.are the actual reservoir for this these.diseases they can infect themselves.that's one way and they keep on carrying.the disease the other ways they can.trance or very early you know the the.transmission happens through the ovarian.transmission to the key to the kids.that's how the carrier then humans.coming to contact with them through.excreta ingestion mucus membrane skin.breach and some other ways to do it and.that's how people get infected human.human transmission Brer but it does.happen.so we'll talk more about that but yeah.that's the main or you know arena.viruses they are in the rats or rodents.and they remain that's their host and.they get transmitted to human by a.contact of their excreta or themselves.and that's how people get infected.really you can transmit to other humans.so this is the list of the viruses from.CBC actually so lymphocytic or you.meningitis virus years of discovery so.that's the pretty much oldest one at the.list and we all know this virus in the.context of transplant host who gets a.meningitis and that's usually.lymphocytic Corie meningitis virus other.viruses here.I'm gonna talk about is less hours and.lose your hemorrhagic fever basically.you have viruses and the names just out.the story - the location where those.viruses are found Argentine hemorrhagic.fever believing in Lhasa so that's.pretty much the family is so I'm gonna.talk live very briefly about some of.them and go on to the next family of.viruses so the first one is the.lymphocytic career meningitis virus so.if you look at the name it has a chorion.in it so that just tells you it just.causes meningitis and it has fatal.implications the murders can't transmit.it to fetuses the humans get meningitis.with it and they can you know mother's.contrasted it to babies so test hole.problem with this virus so.transmission is from rodent Explorer.person-to-person does not happen but as.you told I told you earlier vertical.transmission from mother to fetus is to.occur and rarely transplantation that's.the classical case for in the board.review this virus they present a case.where this is the answer.signs and symptoms the basic illness.first phase is usually all of them.pretty much gives you the same symptoms.so really hard to say which month - you.know just based once symptoms specify.which virus it is fever muscle aches.headaches poor appetite nausea vomiting.sounds like a flu-like illness right.actually so when that fish gets over.people get a little better but some of.them progress to the second phase that's.where actual meningitis encephalitis and.those kind of things occur one.presentation is acute hydrocephalus in.this group people do present with.hydrocephalus and actually you can find.some cases where people develop acute.hydrocephalus mortality is low one.person which is great.as compared to some other viruses so all.of them pretty much all this topic you.know talk the diagnosis is IgM or IgG by.Eliza or you get a PCR so that's pretty.much all of the hemorrhagic viruses.that's the diagnostic stuff treatment.and you will hear rebar in over and over.in the stock and even they say it's a.questionable benefit but it has in vitro.activity against the virus treatment.sportive maximum Lassa fever so.discovered in 1969 when two missionary.nurses died in Nigeria and the virus is.named after the town where device the.first cases occurred it's different from.Ebola 70% death rate in Ebola one person.death rate with Lissa and pretty much.look at the number of cases which are.reported want 100,000 to 300,000 and.this is this is pretty much 5000 that's.still a lot of number given the burden.of the disease.okay so geographic distribution this is.a part of Africa so this is from CDC.it's not my creation or this is actual.from CDC this slide so you have a rat so.that's how you get it and these are the.areas pretty much Nigeria Ghana Mali.part of the Kuna Virginia fossa where.you get it and the rat is most Mohammed.rat and this get does get transmitted.person to person and again how you.transfer it or transmit to other people.rat excreta people eat rat that's what.they get it and then if you are pretty.much aerosolized transmission is.possible and rarely human to human.Simon symptom.again same thing 80% of people have very.minor unless fevers malaise weakness and.headaches.20% of the people actually really get.sick with this illness hemorrhage comes.diagnose does occur Satori distress.facial swelling tremor hearing loss.encephalitis all those symptoms most.common complication deafness interesting.point and that's pretty much what it is.diagnosis again.IgM IgD PCRs ribavirin again.questionable role but that's what they.keep on mentioning pretty much in.majority of those viruses treatment is.supporting next one is looser.hemorrhagic fever I don't know if I'm.saying it the right way but that's how.it sounds like to me Luke oh yeah so.that was actually very small cluster in.South Africa only five cases and they.apparently believe that one person from.some other part of Africa brought the.virus into South Africa three healthcare.workers died who were taking care of.that person the fourth one didn't die.and he was taking rebuffering so the.rebuffering.does does it has an in fact to know but.they say possibly helpful so the Fortran.yeah five total fourth one who didn't.die was taking me by brain I don't know.but I had I couldn't dig more to find.information where the the three who died.were taking the burden or not but that's.what it is all right so our next group.of ours is putting everything.crimean-congo I think this is.interesting group of viruses.crimean-congo hemorrhagic fever hanta.Pommery sand rome Hamrick fever with.renal syndrome and Rift Valley fever but.these four fall under this heading so.this is creamy and Congo haemorrhagic.fever look at the distribution pretty.much crime height somewhere here in this.area so or actually.right here somewhere with Ukraine right.so yeah pretty much all Russia Asia a.lot of African area so that's where this.virus is this is a tick-borne illness.heartache which causes it usually.domestic animals so this tick actually.can infect you directly it infects.animals domestic goats cattle and those.things and you can't come in contact.with them the meat slaughter people who.slaughter the meat the meat handlers.those people actually get exposed and.that's how they get it yeah so that's.just a depiction that is a tick which.can come to you directly or through the.animal and the tick size is not you know.huge very small tick we're a huge.distribution and potential problem same.thing with a gain sign and symptom.sudden initial silent symptoms include.headaches fevers back pain joint pain.stomach pain interestingly they talk.about some red spots which these people.develop severe bruising nosebleeds.uncontrolled bleeding mortality look at.nine to fifty percent so very deadly.virus diagnosis again allies ITM izg PCR.ribavirin questionable role.maximum is hantavirus pulmonary syndrome.and there's a documentary on belief CNN.that the automated mystery diseases so.if you look at the documentary for hanta.for Maryse and Rome is fascinating so.they they describe a story of a young.couple the guy died totally healthy in.20s 27 28 I believe totally fine he came.with the febrile illness in 72 hours a.RDS and died without a cause so.fortunately they were diligent enough.even the health commissioner there said.that you know the due diligence was.exemplary because they asked anybody.else died and his wife has had died.three four days earlier with the same.sickness and that's how they actually.tracked the whole disease that's very.interesting story if you guys get a.chance to watch of course very dramatic.and they then pretty much included many.counties you know the four corner States.and within a few days they figure out.their more than 50 cases similar.presentation they were able to work it.up how people get it rodent bite again.that's area way but that could happen.contact with rodent urine dropping.saliva for contaminated with urine.dropping saliva infected you know rodent.and people at risk are pretty much.campers hikers work-related those kind.of jobs can put you at risk what about.cats and dogs can be transmitted they.say no unless they killed the rat and.bring it to home so they'll be the way.to get it okay so these are the four.rats who actually carry it and if you.look at the actual distribution areas of.these rats that pretty much covered the.whole you know North American continent.especially in America not Canada didn't.had a lot of data on Canada but America.yes and this is the incidence pretty.much Florida has one case surprisingly.two of those rats are endemic in Florida.but not a whole lot of cases thank God.and this is the hub here New Mexico.Texas Colorado Arizona even California.pretty much everywhere yes true so this.is a slide which gives an incidence the.blue lines are incidents and that the.led the black line on top of it shows.mortality look at how high is the.mortality is percentage-wise more than.you know 50% most of the time so vastly.mortality and many years actually yeah.50% at least mortality one time fifty.close to sixty percent mortality and.majority of the times 50 forties at.least okay early symptoms fever headache.muscle ache stomach problem dizziness.chills you know these are very.nonspecific symptoms lungs filled with.blood shortness of breath early symptoms.basically people die of you know.bleeding in the lung as the name implies.on top of Marie Sandra so this is an.x-ray six hours later of a patient and.that's a CT scan so these people have.massive pretty much bleed and Exadata.fluid from the capillaries and.intravascular compartments to outside.the compartment diagnosis so pretty much.same thing if you you have clinical case.and you have lab criteria and then you.have case classification so clinical.cases if you have somebody who died of.febrile illness a RDS in 72 hours.without an explanation.so that's somebody you should expect in.the right demographic area the second.well and one will be if you had an.autopsy and patient had a massive.pulmonary non cardiogenic edema and they.could not find find the cause so there.will be two question and we'll call.clinical case definition and then you.have a lab.which is the same you have IgM IgG or.PCR if you make those to come combined.them together that becomes the case.pretty much that's where it is so you.have to have high index of suspicion and.then labs treatments or decay and ICU.nori buffer and you mentioned here huh.all right hemorrhagic fever with renal.stand room is the next one so this is.actually a bunch of viruses which pretty.much involves and the kidney these wires.are Hanten to Bravo's sarima.soul pump so these are pretty much a.bunch of viruses which can cause these.manifestations and distribution is.pretty much worldwide so if you look at.each wires to tell you pretty much.worldwide.you know haunt on it's Asia China or.Asia Korea from their lives canon in d.avast europe western Russia Val cons so.these viruses are pretty much everywhere.and recently there is an outbreak which.CDC confirms and rat owners the one who.got that disease so pretty much that's.actually active investigation going on.right now.alright next one is the Rift Valley.fever I want to give you something about.all of them so Rift Valley so this is a.valley in Africa Eastern Africa.where you know the first car discovered.Guinea has a lift Valley in early 1910s.and sadly cattle Buffalo sheep goats and.camels they all get infected the cases.have been reported pretty much.sub-saharan Africa Saudi Arabia and over.years many outbreaks keep on happening.like for example in 1977 there was one.in Egypt and actually six are human.deaths were reported in that outbreak so.that is actually the valley which you.know the red line you see and these two.pictures are Rift Valley but if you look.at the virus it's pretty much everywhere.the blue area or blue label's countries.are endemic for this disease so look at.the distribution it's definitely not.just a Rift Valley pretty much.everywhere and then you have countries.which keep on reporting isolated cases.which are in green so that's pretty much.Africa and Saudi Arabia Egypt that part.how do people get it so this is the.mosquito-borne disease so mosquitoes.they hatch or lay eggs or in the water.and surprisingly even even the water.dries up those eggs can survive for.years and years and when it rains those.start growing they drained now you have.more of those mosquitoes because it's.those eggs become active and these.viruses can transmit it from mosquito to.masky to transfer very early or do you.know genetically don't have to be.infected and then then either directly.by humans or animals so it gets.transferred to humans.very deadly disease for cattle actually.that's pretty much how they happen no.human to human transmission has occurred.it's 90% minor illness no symptoms at.all three words and life's weakness.nausea vomiting diarrhea and we have.eight to ten percent people who get.serious illness retinitis is one of the.common problems people mention in this.category you know ten percent which gets.severe symptoms and even people lose the.vision meningitis encephalitis and.hemorrhagic fever so this side of the.story.fifty percent die so that's a higher.mortality on this side diagnosis again.PCR or IgG IgM supportive treatment and.there is actually a vaccination trial.which is in in progress right now so.you'll hear in future what they say.about that.alright guys next one file over D so.these are two big heavy guns Ebola and.Marburg hemorrhagic fever so Ebola you.know if you dis show you is slide with.their very particular characters like a.letter of 8a you know those letters so.that's Ebola that's how it looks so if.that helps you remember so if the virus.looks like in those shapes particular.shapes that is Ebola so rare and deadly.disease most common affecting people and.non-human primates monkeys gorillas and.chimpanzees first discovered in 1976.near the Ebola River in what is now did.to Matt Democratic Republic of Congo.but that's weird you know Congo River or.you know Ebola is a polar River.so yeah this life I didn't realize does.not tell you much but that's pretty much.Democratic Republic of Congo.all right.how razzle Ryder hostess bats bats can.pretty much infect other animals then.bats can affect humans animals can.affect humans and then humans can you.know transmitted to humans so this.becomes more deadly or most you know.crafts missable because human to human.transmission is possible and it does.occur and there is a particular mention.of people who even survive up the.illness now actually there is a whole.guideline if how they you know.survivor's guilt if they develop have.sexual relations with somebody so dab.women should be counseled has to have.you know protected sex all the time and.how to dispose of that you know material.and if that lady develops symptoms.within 21 days it needs to see seek help.so a lot of these people actually never.are able to go back to normal life.alright so this is some outbreaks you.know even now actively there is a.outbreak going on bokura all the way on.the top the deadliest disease you know.if you look at keep on happening you.know since 2000 they have a lot of data.but that's what I chose just to give.some idea so this was the deadliest you.know year 2014 2016 look at 28,000.affected and 11,000 deaths close to.40,000 fifteen forty percent fatality.rate and it was multi-country outbreak.so that is pretty much you know aid that.outbreak is divided on that part of.slide even America had reported one.United Kingdom the United States had.four and luckily all of them were.travelers that's what they said United.Kingdon have one.Spain had one but majority of those.cases were Sierra Leone library and.Ghana so this is pretty much read area.where the highest cases are and this is.again the same slide just reflecting on.those countries where the most cases.were over the number of debts and the.cases and there is actually as I told.you there's a recent outbreak in this.part by coral which is actually a.problem right now so they're working on.that actively not exactly no actually -.how much cases are there and how much.death rate is there so that is I think.still involving process and we will know.some in the near future okay van is.someone able to spread the disease so.pretty much if you have you know 21 days.are passed and you are you don't have.Ebola that's what pretty much what they.say there's a pretty much extensive.education campaigns.what is flu what is it bola and I think.keys right here the signs and symptoms.of flu usually dwelt within two days.after expire symptoms come on quickly.and all at once signs and symptoms of.Ebola can appear 2 to 21 days after.expire the average time is there to 10.days symptoms of Ebola develop after.several days and become progressively.more severe people that Ebola cannot.separate virus until symptoms become.apparent or symptoms appear so this is.pretty much racing it's time for a flu.like fever fatigue vomiting diarrhea and.then bleeding bleeding's pretty much.from everywhere so when it does happen.yeah so that's pretty much you know.symptoms start maximum incubation period.and that pretty much that explains ok.diagnosis person under investigation if.you have somebody who has consistent.signs and symptoms then you should think.about it and they pretty much define it.elevated body temperature subjective.fever or unexplained hemorrhage and if.you are in the right geographic area or.if you have epidemiological links and.then you have to confirm the wires by.labs and one interesting thing is even.if you have a positive PCR you have to.send it to CDC they will actually run it.for you and that's how you get the.confirmation thank you.so what happens if somebody has symptoms.but you know you got the PCR done within.72 hours that does not rule out a bola.you actually have to repeat it after 72.hours to make sure that's not the case.so that's pretty much about it very.deadly even you send the sample that's.just an example how you have to stand it.very discreet and there is a way to send.it and luckily I was looking at it how.hard it is to kill this virus and it.falls way below you know some of the.stuff which is up there yeah prion takes.the pretty much top and bacterial spores.on the second coke CD eyes you know.number three so it falls quite blow.which is great.treatment so mainly sportive fluids.electrolytes oxygen therapy treat other.infections against supportive care so.there this is a vaccine which is.actually being used in that outbreak.right now so we'll see what we hear.about it.apparently in 2014 it had some promising.results FDA has not approved a added.approval is pending they're using it so.we'll hear and see what this vaccine do.some more so this is actually.preparedness for the healthcare system.which CDC has developed initiate.identify isolate and inform so and I.looked at the you know CDC for what to.do.waste management wise and personal.protection equipment wise and then all.those things and it looks like that's a.lecture in itself.that's quite few hours can be spent on.those you know guidelines and how they.recommend to do it yeah even men you.know because this is you know remember.in Africa and even calling ambulance for.those people to be transported to.hospital rather than somebody or the.family member trans you know.transporting so that becomes a that kind.of Education a local level that people.do not if somebody's sick do not get.into contact with them at all so that.kind of things are you know pretty much.a lot of effort in education actually in.that part next one is Marburg virus.which is the second in the group first.recognized in 1967 when outbreaks of.hemorrhagic fever occurred.simultaneously in labs in Marburg and.Frankfurt so those are two areas of.Germany and Belgrade 31 people became.ill initially lab workers followed by.several medical personnel and family.members who had cared for them salmon.that.and they finally found out that was.actually because of those African green.monkey monkeys which were actually those.people are having research with might.have transferred the virus so that's.pretty much again the part of the world.which is affected more you know.Johannesburg and actually gives you the.outbreak here and these are outbreaks.pretty much stay now and then few cases.pop up but I think testing highest.number and gola where that was the.highest burden a year transmissions and.so African fruit bat apparently this is.a humongous bat which actually is.reservoir for the Marburg virus and.these fruit bats or you know they have a.particular name which I cannot even say.right I'm not gonna try so these are.actually the reservoir for this virus.and they actually you know you come in.contact with them and that's how you get.it human to human transmission again is.possible in this group so Ebola and.Marburg both can be human to human yeah.silence symptoms basically here there.was a interesting point the fifth day.that's when a rash appears in this.disease and everything goes south pretty.much you know leaky capillaries and.intensive cytokine release kind of.driven everything so that's what happens.here.diagnosis IgM IgD PCR treatment is.supportive unfortunately not much to.offer all right next one is para mix.over D so we're going to talk about two.viruses Hendra virus disease and mink.powers - encephalitis.so Hendra virus disease so this is the.bat whether you believe it or not they.call it a flying fox and it was first.isolated in 1994 from specimen obtained.during an outbreak of respiratory and.neurological disease in horses and humid.in Hendra Australia.flying fox are their nash actual.reservoir natural reservoir very few.cases 1994 2 2013 only salmon human.cases which is great very not a whole.lot of cases and that's how people get.it fat you know bats feed on those trees.animals eat them or they actually you.know actually can infect those anymore.so that's how they got it and that's the.area of transmission the one in the red.so pretty much Australia and that's.their Eastern water yeah that's and if.you look at the other one neat palm.wires which is the next virus so that's.the area for new flowers.this is Indonesia Malaysia and that is.in Bangladesh Bhutan and some part of.India so that's the area for these.viruses symptoms like illness Malita.respiratory failure diagnosis the same.way four out of seven people died so.which is kind of more than 50% actually.there is a vaccination for horses which.is in use but it has some.resistance far from the horse you know.people who deal with the horses in that.part of the word apparently it has not.gained a lot of popularity and having.some resistance with it widespread use.but there's a vaccination for horses.there is a post exposure neutralizing.antibody which is in clinical trials.next one is new powers encephalitis.so yeah this viruses those blue dots.initially isolated and identified in.1999 during an outbreak of encephalitis.and the satori illness among pig farmers.and people with close contact with pigs.in Malaysia and Singapore actually yes.so the incidence of this disease and.Malaysia and Singapore went down and.they reported they killed more than 1.million pigs to get rid of it but.Bangladesh and part of India is where it.keeps on having outbreaks now and then.pretty much every year looks sounds like.you know the source control issued.Malaysia or the Singapore they were able.to get rid of the virus by killing the.host so yeah this group one goes to the.bats you know and affects the pigs or.death oh it is yeah hand rights to the.horses and knee points to the pigs and.that is the actual reservoir and you.know South East Asia and Australia are.the main areas where the disease is sign.up symptoms incubation period is five to.14 days illness 3 to 14 days of fever.headaches followed by drowsiness.disorientation and mental infusions coma.within 24 to 48 hours respiratory.illness during the early part ear.infections and half of them actually.have you know neurological signs and.Pomerance science Bangladeshi actually -.the outbreak we talked about 1988 1999.in Singapore and Malaysia but Bangladesh.and India since 2001 they they keep on.having the cases yeah.no treatment just supportive care.diagnosis again detection of antibodies.or actual wires by PCR all right last.one flavour D so natural horses.arthropods which are mosquitoes and.ticks and that's where this group falls.into so they are transmitted for you.know responsible for M sub lattice and.hemorrhagic disease and interesting.thing about this group is they are pick.borne some of the mosquito transmitted.viruses so this group actually yellow.fever dengue fever Japanese encephalitis.Zika virus also falls under different.you know genera in the same group.tick-borne encephalitis isolated in 1937.has three different viruses as the name.implies your kin and Western Siberia and.Far Eastern so these are three kind of.viruses this is a distribution of these.viruses so pretty much japan part of.Russia.all the way to Europe and all the way.into Europe yes so that's where it is.Europe former Soviet Union and Asia.transmission reservoirs and host.Arctic's especially especially heart X.of the family exploited a main host is.small rodents and accidental hosts are.humans large animal service feeding.hosts for the ticks but do not play a.role in maintenance of the virus again.transfer variant transmission happens.thousands of cases per years I could not.figure out exact incident data because.it looks multi many countries are.involved but they support thousands of.cases a year.signs and symptoms approximately through.a patient infected with the European.virus as early viremic phase so.basically they might have some minor.differences based upon the virus type.but encephalitis or meningitis is the.common theme here.diagnosis is detection antibodies or PCR.treatment is supportive vaccine is.available but it has some adverse.effects especially reported in children.and they're questioning efficacy so.that's a debate which is going on right.now but should that vaccine be used or.not okay next one is al horrible.hemorrhagic fever so that is actually.very few cases which were reported as.part of Saudi Arabia and some in Egypt.actually and they have something to do.with the camels they say and animal.people who slaughter them or handle the.meat and those kind of activities.transmitted through the ticks that's you.know the ticks either bite camels or.other animals or humans no human to.human transmission reporter yeah so the.same area actually the other diseases.which can happen our if Valley fever and.Congo hemorrhagic fever crimean-congo.hemorrhagic fever so that's why it's a.little tricky treatment is supportive.mortality is variable so that's what it.is okay next one is case a new forest.disease so that's pretty much part of.India where the diseases and it's a.tick-borne quite after contact with.infected animal most importantly dead.monkeys apparently that's what.you know if the animal is sick that I'll.don't go near to him and especially to.the dead monkey that for some reason is.responsible for many outbreaks actually.four hundred five hundred cases per year.I reported with this disease and that.para word incubation period three to.eight days 80% of the cases people do.well duration of you know those symptoms.are less than two weeks but trouble.starts when in people twenty percent of.them actually class two weeks that's.where the severe illness comes they were.developing new Rajal manifestations vir.Haddix mental disturbance streamer and.vegan these deficits case fatality rate.is three to five percent so not very.huge but still significant okay next one.is arm sick hemorrhagic fever so that's.a part of actually you know looks like.part of russia russian federation take.bites through contact with the blood.feces or urine of an infected sick or.dead anymore most commonly rodents so.this is a tick-borne rodents may serve.the intermediate host interestingly can.be transmitted through the milk of.infected goats or sheep to humans so.that was only thing different so the the.previous one the al-haram are so those.cattle if you consume dairy milk they.said there has not been any.documentation of actual transmission of.that disease through milk consumption.but this disease they have seen the.transmission by consuming the milk which.here I think would report it sometime.that it can be transmitted through.condoms you know milk if it's infected.anymore.and so that's the local ecology that.take small rodents directly or through.Dundas so people get it very much.diagnosis by detection of antibodies or.PCR treatment is supportive signs and.symptoms pretty much the same chills.fever headaches and those things case.fatality is five point five to three.percent which is not very high as.compared to the other in this group or.in this topic and that's all question.concerns comments.

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Could libraries of the future evolve into an e-book library with each patron being able to check out an e reader filled with all of the books that library has to offer? Or maybe even selecting books while in the library to “check out”?

Already exists. It’s called Cloud Library. My public library uses it. I can check out ebooks and audio books. For recent, high demand publications like Michelle Obama’s memoir Becoming, I had to make a hold request and wait about 2 weeks for it to be available for me to download. Less popular ebooks and audio books can be downloaded immediately. Set up is easy. All I had to do was associate my public library and library card number with the Cloud Library app I have on my iPhone and iPad. I suspect not all public libraries use it but it’s worth getting onto Cloud Library to see if yours uses it Continue Reading

My local library requires an address and fee to register for a card. They also kick out sleeping visitors. How can I change these rules in view of how many homeless people depend on the benevolence of public libraries?

I’m not going to go into Libraries and what they do and don’t do. Every Library System is different. If you want to effect change in your library, find the top brass who direct where the Library is going and who approves their budget. In the US it’s usually the Library Board. Ask your local Library Manager for their names and how you can contact them. In the US it’s considered public information. Then you schedule a meeting with the Board and you present your case. Make sure it’s a good one.

Is it possible to implement every piece of software using functional programming (FP)? If I wanted to write a software for an actual library, which needs different states (e.g. books are out/are available), how would I program it in FP?

Previous ansewers are correct. Functional programming languages are Turing complete. But turing complete discusses the computational power of implementing some function transforming input and providing output however in the real world we often want more we may want a process where the software will necessarily have side effects like communicating with the outside world. Developing 100% pure functional code with zero side effects and no muteable state is impractical and all functional languages I know provide at least some mechanism to do such non-functional stuff. Scala which is my language o Continue Reading

A Data Entry Operator has been asked to fill 1000 forms. He fills 50 forms by the end of half-an hour, when he is joined by another steno who fills forms at the rate of 90 an hour. The entire work will be carried out in how many hours?

Work done by 1st person = 100 forms per hour Work done by 2nd person = 90 forms per hour So, total work in 1 hour would be = 190 forms per hour Work done in 5hours = 190* 5 = 950 Now, remaining work is only 50 forms In 1 hour or 60minutes, 190 forms are filled and 50 forms will be filled in = 60/190 * 50 = 15.7minutes or 16minutes (approximaty) Total time = 5hours 16minutes

I am a working software professional in the Bay Area and looking to switch jobs. I can't openly write in my LinkedIn profile about the same. How do I approach recruiters/companies? Is there an easier way than filling out 4 - 5 page forms in the career website of the company?

Search for the word "Recruiter" or specifically "Tech Recruiter", invite all who come up. As they accept you (they will because recruiters need you) write them a little note with what you are looking for including a salary range and location. They will be glad you connected.

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