Ich 26, 1963, post WWII, a time were the

Ich bin ein Berliner (I am a 'Berliner') June 26, 1963, post WWII, a time were the United States and the Soviet Union were the world's superpowers. The two powers fought a war of different government and economic ideologies known as the Cold War. During the time of the speech, Germany was a nation split into Democratic West Germany and Communist East Germany, and the Berlin Wall was built to separate these two halves of Berlin and Germany. Furthermore, Western Berlin was in a state of turmoil, as the people suffered and began to lose all hope. Being that the U.S was an ally, John F. Kennedy went to West Germany to reiterate their support for the people of West Germany. Kennedy's message was heard loud and clear throughout the world, as he wanted the world to see the problems Communism had caused in Berlin and the issues Communism itself causes. Kennedy managed to make a lasting impression through his eloquent...
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Software is one of the most significant and prevalent

Software is one of the most significant and prevalent part of healthcare. With advance in technology now-a-days and access to internet, software designed for medical and non-medical purposes are used in healthcare. With this arrive new challenges with respect to safety of the usage of the devices.Therefore, in order to ensure the safety we need certain regulations in place. It is defined as software that is meant to perform one or more medical functions without getting involved in hardware medical device. It includes in-vitro diagnostic device, that need not be a part of or run by a hardware device but can be used in conjunction with hardware device. It provides a method to alleviate a disease, details on scan, diagnosis and treatment of a disease. Is your software as a medical device compliant? Let's go through it!!There are several challenges a medical device software faces :Once moved to different hardware systems, it might not act as expected.Update made by manufacturer...
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