NREMT Skillset[edit | edit source]
Vital Signs Assessment
Vital Signs (VS) include the measurement of pulse, respiratory rate, blood pressure, and temperature. These numbers provide critical information (hence the name "vital") about a patient's state of health.
Control of significant bleeding is a top priority during patient care as hemorrhage the leading cause of preventable death in both civilian and military trauma.
Airway management is included in this California-based EMT program as it is required for National NREMT registration and skills verification for California Registration.
CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) Administration
CPAP administration is included in this California-based EMT program for completeness, reflecting its use as evolving standard of care. It is not required for National NREMT registration or skills verification for California Registration.
Aalto University 3D printing[edit | edit source]
Projects from Category:Aalto University.
3D Rotman Lens
Basic idea of this project is to design 3D Rotman lens with 3D printing technology that is capable of steering antenna beams in both planes.
3D-printed chemical etching handle
This project is aimed to close the gap between the consumer need and commercial availability of chemical wet etching accessories by 3D printing.
Curing box for photocrosslinkable resins
This page describes how you can build a Curing box for photocrosslinkable resins.
Global Medical Device Compendium[edit | edit source]
The Pratt Pouch is a foil pouch lined with plastic that holds a dose of anti-retroviral medication. The pouch resembles a ketchup packet and can effectively store the medication to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV for months.
CO2-Baited CDC Light Trap
Many mosquitos in tropical and subtropical regions carry protists that cause malaria in humans. The mosquitos are abundant in these regions because of the optimal climate. Hence, there is a need to control mosquitos’ habitat to prevent malaria spread.
Cell Phone Malaria Detector
This device can be utilized using mobile phones which are readily available in many developing settings. It can be used to diagnose malaria in any area that it is needed where mobile phones are available.
Diamedica Portable Anaesthesia System
The Diamedica Portable Anaesthesia (DPA) Series provides a complete inhalation anesthesia system in a case, suitable to carry as aircraft hand luggage and robust enough for any field, emergency or remote situation.
Namibian Bicycle Ambulance
The prototyping phase has produced two different bicycle ambulance devices. The first is a large ambulance that has a removable stretcher. The second is much smaller, with a fixed-angle stretcher that is also removable. Both are affixed to the back of a bicycle.
Gallery of OpenSCAD Crystal Structures 2018[edit | edit source]
This activity is part of the Aalto University course 3D Printing of Open Source Hardware for Science to develop OpenSCAD scripts to create 3D-printable crystal structure models.
Arcata Educational Farm[edit | edit source]
AEF food dehydrator
A solar dehydrator to help preserve surplus crops
Greywater system at the CSA, Arcata Educational Farm
AEF informational kiosk
An earthen informational kiosk
AEF spiral herb garden
Restored the existing herb spiral
AEF photovoltaic system
Modified off-grid photovoltaic system
AEF solar water heater
Improved solar water heating system
Campus Center for Appropriate Technology[edit | edit source]
The Campus Center for Appropriate Technology is a student-run sustainability organization on the site of Cal Poly Humboldt in Arcata, California, which is intended as a site for experimenting with and developing small-scale or "appropriate" technology.
CCAT papercrete clayslip demo wall
The wall is framed by two driftwood logs and in-filled half by paper-crete bricks, half by clay-slip-straw, which is held in place by a recycled wood lath; and is covered by a combination of natural and lime plasters.
The CCAT greenhouse is a lean-to Garden Sun Room model frame and glazing. It is supported by a freestanding beach grass and clay slip wall.
CCAT greenshed cordwood wall
CCAT is building a tool shed with green methods in mind so it is called the green shed. Part of this green design is the walls made from as many natural or recycled materials as is reasonable.
CCAT Clay-straw slip wall
This page is devoted to documenting the process of building the west wall of CCAT's Greenshed using the natural building method called clay-straw slip.
Demotech[edit | edit source]
Demotech's contribution consists of technical research into ultra low cost and genuinely sustainable technological solutions.
Electrical wiring and switching
For safety the plug box must be enclosed in an electrically insulated box or "house" in order to prevent people from accidentally touching live electrical contacts or wires.
Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamps
You can use a CCFL and electronic ballast out of an old SCSI document scanner. Just so you know a ballast is the same as an Inverter.
Bathroom Toilet Unit
This is about the construction of Bathroom Toilet units affordably. It aims at improving sanitation in rural settings.
Two LED-lights, attached to a box with batteries are placed on the page or paper to be read. The LED's only illuminate a few lines of the text at a time, not attracting insects.
Practical Actions[edit | edit source]
Practical Action has a unique approach to development – we don't start with technology but with people. The tools may be simple or sophisticated – but to provide long-term, appropriate and practical answers, they must be firmly in the hands of local people: people who shape technology and control it for themselves.
Bicycle Trailers (Practical Action Technical Brief)
To make sure that the cycle trailer are affordable, Practical Action works with local partner organizations who operate credit schemes at low interest rates.
The 'A' frame (Practical Action Brief)
The A Frame at least assists the farmer to safely peg and construct contours that save the soil
Tsetse fly management (Practical Action Brief)
Trapping technology, which is often enhanced with attractant odours that attract and kill tsetse flies, is relatively simple and less polluting to the environment than insecticide application.
Practivistas Dominicana's Appropriate Technology Gallery[edit | edit source]
Examples of Appropriate Technology from the Dominican Republic. Students started this page in the Practivistas Dominicana Appropriate Technology Program.
La Yuca small scale renewable energy 2011
This system was designed to serve as an educational tool, reduce fossil fuel use, along with having an acceptable pay-back time.
Las Malvinas community center shade
The objective of this project is to design and construct a durable shade and rain-proof structure for the community center in Las Malvinas using local materials at a low cost.
Ghetto2Garden solar power
The Ghetto2Garden initiative was developed initially in an attempt to find an appropriate shelter to house 6 cats and 40 dogs
MyShelter Foundation escuela de botellas
Este proyecto se trata de una escuela con muros de botellas, tanto de vidrio como de plástico.
Fashion Revolution Encyclopedia[edit | edit source]
La Enciclopedia Fashion Revolution es una iniciativa de Fashion Revolution Argentina apoyada por Fashion Revolution y Appropedia para desarrollar un compendio de artículos, tutoriales e iniciativas ciudadanas para una industria de la moda más sustentable.
Escuela Superior de Economía y Negocios (ESEN)[edit | edit source]
Ameyali es una estación para la distribución de agua y el lavado de manos, que trabaja de forma segura, evitando el contacto con superficies contaminadas.
Clipetes busca darles la oportunidad a los vendedores de hacer ver sus negocios con mayor formalismo, limpieza y amigable a la vista.
Un BEE HOTEL es un lugar adecuado para que residan las abejas.
Michigan Tech in Open Sustainability Technology (MOST)[edit | edit source]
The Pearce Research Group at Michigan Tech in Open Sustainability Technology focuses on open and applied sustainability, which is the application of science and innovation to ensure a better quality of life for all, now and into the future, in a just and equitable manner, while living within the limits of supporting ecosystems.
Open-Source Three-Dimensional Printable Infant Clubfoot Brace
The 3D-printed brace has the features of commercially available braces while significantly reducing the cost, making this clubfoot brace particularly appropriate for use in developing countries.
Open Source Digitally Replicable Lab-Grade Scales
This study provides designs for a low-cost, easily replicable open-source lab-grade digital scale that can be used as a precision balance.
A RecycleBot is a waste plastic extruder that creates 3-D printer filament from waste plastic and natural polymers.
Conversion of Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus Mask to Open Source Powered Air-Purifying Particulate Respirator for Fire Fighter COVID-19 Response
This study outlines an open source kit to convert a 3M-manufactured Scott Safety self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) into a powered air-purifying particulate respirator (PAPR).
Open Source Completely 3-D Printable Centrifuge
This study provides the designs for a low-cost 100% 3-D printed centrifuge, which can be fabricated on any low-cost RepRap-class fused filament fabrication (FFF)- or fused particle fabrication (FPF)-based 3-D printer.
Belt-Driven Open Source Circuit Mill Using Low-Cost 3-D Printer Components
The study provides open source (OS) designs for a low-cost circuit milling machine.
Haiti Communitere[edit | edit source]
Haiti Communitere is primarily a resource center that is located close to the international airport in Port-au-Prince. They are anchored in community work and approach it by supporting organizations already engaged in positive change.
HSU Chiapas Program[edit | edit source]
This is part of Cal Poly Humboldt's summer immersion in Appropriate Technology that took place in San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico.
Practivistas Chiapas improved cookstoves
Improved cookstoves at Otros Mundos and in a rural community
Practivistas Chiapas micro hydro feasibility study
Microhydro feasibility study in a few rural communities
Practivistas Chiapas windbelt ASE
Windbelts at Otros Mundos
Full Belly Project[edit | edit source]
This project teaches people how to build hand-operated machines on the spot with everyday materials.
FBP Hot Dang Plastic Encasement
The solution employs crocheting yarn made from the plastic bags into a loose form of the shape desired and then using heat to fuse the crocheted plastic into a hard plastic mold.
FBP LC Sheller
Currently in West Africa, the nut sheller that are in use, weighing some ninety pounds are placed on the back of bicycles and transported long distances. This presents serious drawbacks in terms of transportability and raises the risk of breakage.
The Full Belly Project (FBP), has designed a Universal Nut Sheller (UNS) for distribution throughout West Africa and Haiti.
FBP Pressed Plastic
The objective was to create a process in which waste plastic can be reused to form molds for peanut shellers, which in turn can provide a way for Haitians to build an enterprise around these devices, ultimately improving their quality of life.