Sökning: "Per Skoglund"
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1. Segmentation and differentiation in defence supply chain design : A dynamic purchasing portfolio model for defence procurement
Sammanfattning : An important priority in the current Swedish Defence Bill is to increase the operational warfighting capability of the Swedish Armed Forces, which has implications for the defence supply chain. A recent study suggested that the Swedish Armed Forces should use segmentation of supplies and differentiation of supply chains to enable an affordable supply chain design (SCD). LÄS MER
2. Pulse pressure as a predictive marker for cardiovascular events : relation to biomarkers and antihypertensive treatment
Sammanfattning : Blood pressure (BP), in particularly ambulatory blood pressure (ABP), is a strong predictor for cardiovascular (CV) disease (CVD). Pulse pressure (PP) is related to vascular disease and ambulatory PP (APP) may have a specific value in certain populations. LÄS MER
3. Sourcing decisions for military logistics in Peace Support Operations : A case study of the Swedish armed forces
Sammanfattning : What role has sourcing for the logistical outcome when Swedish Armed Forces (FM) plan for and conduct Peace Support Operations (PSOs)? What are the logistic needs to support the operating units? Can logistics in itself contribute to the overall goals with the PSOs? It depends of course on how the logistics are organised and what is required in order to support the military operations. The research on military logistics in general is limited and within the conduct of small nations forces almost non-existent. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The neurological wake-up test, NWT, is a clinical monitoring tool that can be used to evaluate the level of consciousness in patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI) and subarachnoid haemorrhage (SAH) during neurocritical care (NCC). Since patients with severe TBI or SAH are often treated with mechanical ventilation and sedation, the NWT requires that the continuous sedation is interrupted. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Relationships between classes and objects in object-oriented software are necessary in order for the parts of the systems to provide dynamic behavior. These inherent relationships also create dependencies which can give rise to problems for software evolution of object-oriented software systems. LÄS MER