Platelet clumping is a common laboratory phenomenon that complicates or precludes reporting of platelet count. It is often, but not always, a phenomenon commonly caused by the anticoagulant EDTA. Herein, we discuss a case of a year-old girl who was found to have platelet clumping and discuss the work-up she underwent to investigate her pseudothrombocytopenia. A year-old female presented to our hospital with complaint of abdominal pain. Physical examination was unremarkable. She had no bleeding symptoms.
There are environmental factors that focus on shaping and modifying behavior; this source of motivation can be derived from consequences of behavior in the environment, which are all part of the reinforcement theory PSU WC, L. The environment, external to the organization, can often be designed just enough to influence the person's actions. The consequences of behavior allows for people to learn by connecting those consequences to their behavior from various stimuli and responses. A technique widely known and used is positive reinforcement.
One of the most significant benefits of service workers from a performance perspective, at least is their ability to proactively control the caching of assets. A web application that can cache all of its necessary resources should load substantially faster for returning visitors. But what do these gains actually look like to real users? And how do you even measure this? Most Indian users reach the Internet via 2G and 3G networks, so a fast user experience is essential.