aRFIDActive Radio Frequency Identification
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"Avoidant-restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID) is a relatively new diagnostic entity, but unlike anorexia nervosa, it is not driven by weight or shape concerns.
Specifically, the first class meets the diagnostic criteria for AN (restrictive type), and the third and the fourth classes meet the diagnostic criteria for BN, or BED or AN (binge eating/purging type); and the fifth class meets the diagnostic criteria for ARFID or other feeding and eating disorder.
Se incluye una categoria residual, denominada <<Otros trastornos alimentarios o de la ingestion de alimentos especificado>>, para las presentaciones clinicas que no reunen los criterios de AN, BN, TA, pica, rumiacion y ARFID, pero que generan malestar importante o deterioro funcional en las areas familiar, laboral u ocupacional.
Because it is a newly defined diagnosis, the epidemiology of ARFID is unclear.
ARFID replaces the previous diagnosis of "Feeding Disorder of Infancy or Early Childhood." The older term was limited to children and adolescents while the new diagnosis has no age restrictions and may be used for adults with certain eating problems.
Four of the aRFID sensors introduced today contain increased memory, enabling users to capture an unprecedented 256 kilobytes (kb) of operational data, double that of previous versions.
The active RFID (aRFID) In-transit Visibility (ITV) server says it is in a specific container.
Respondents indicated that aRFID is used primarily in the Shipping/Receiving and Transportation areas, while pRFID appears to be increasing as a tool for inventory management.
In addition, PM J-AIT will offer site surveys, installation, integration, implementation, and training for turn-key aRFID solutions to the Department of Defense, Unites States Coast Guard, NATO, Federal Agencies, Coalition Partners, and other Foreign Military Sales.
Tools include barcodes, passive radio frequency identification (pRFID), and active RFID (aRFID).