butterfly scheme


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butterfly scheme

A term of art referring to a graphic representation of control loops found in regulation of serum calcium under physiological and pathological conditions, with the potential for adaptation in each situation.
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It will be used to develop more initiatives like the 'butterfly scheme' used across Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Trust.
The butterfly scheme allows staff to identify patients with dementia and provide them with the specialist care they need.
The beauty of the Butterfly scheme is that this involves all staff, not just those involved in nursing care to take that all-round care to another level.
"Porters, doctors, nurses, consultants will all be trained through the Butterfly Scheme's REACH programme.
Huddersfield Royal Infirmary was one of the first hospitals to adopt the Butterfly scheme, an initiative which aims to improve the treatment of patients suffering with dementia.
These include projects such as a staff training programme called the Butterfly Scheme with the health trust, and an online community named Talking Point which allows discussions to take place between dementia patients and carers regarding their experiences and this also allows them to seek day-to-day advice.
We will compare three of the most popular subdivision surfaces, the Catmull-Clark, Loop, and modified Butterfly schemes. We will use qualitative comparisons on several datasets, as well as analyses of the basic differences in approach of the three methods.