## What is a CPS scale?

The CPS scale is **used in the RUG-III Classification system to measure a resident's cognitive performance**. The RUG-III Classification system uses the CPS scale to identify residents who demonstrate moderate to severe cognitive impairment as a basis for classification in the Impaired Cognition RUG-III groups. via

## What is a refrigeration scale?

A refrigerant scale is **a device used for installing and maintaining air conditioning systems**. It measures the weight of liquid or gaseous refrigerant as it's added or removed from the unit's compressor. via

## How do you use refrigerant scales? (video)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVC-1YLtvI8

## Do you need a refrigerant scale?

If you are an HVAC technician or are training to be, **It's absolutely essential have a refrigerant scale in your tool bag**. These scales make it easier to calculate how much refrigerant should be removed or placed in the refrigeration unit. via

## What does a CPS score of 5 mean?

CPS = 5 (**severe impairment**) if CPS is not 6 AND resident is severely impaired in decision making (B4 = 3) AND resident is not totally dependent on others for eating (G1h(A) = 0,1,2, or 3). via

## How are CPS scores calculated?

To calculate a CPS, the pathologist must **score the number of PD-L1-positive cells (tumor cells, lymphocytes, and macrophages), divide that total by the number of viable tumor cells, and multiply by 100**. via

## How do you weigh refrigerant? (video)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ncgLDYrvN6w

## What is charging scale?

**A scale for weighing the various materials used in a blast furnace**. via

## How much does a refrigerant scale cost?

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## How do you weigh a refrigerant bottle? (video)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dhHoDhUrWpA

## What is AC refrigerant measured in?

One ton of refrigeration is equal to 3024 kilo-calories per hour. This is **12,000 BTU/ h** divided by 2.204 (pounds per kilogram) divided by 1.8 (°C to °F). Most residential air conditioning units range in capacity from about 1 to 5 tons of refrigeration or 3.5 kW ~ 17.5 kW, or 12,000 Btu/h ~ 60,000 Btu/h. via

## What is a compressor HVAC?

An AC or heat pump compressor is **the part of an outdoor air conditioner or heat pump that compresses and pumps refrigerant to meet household cooling requirements**. via

## Is CPS a percentage?

**The CPS has been previously reported as a percentage**,^{31}^{–}^{33} although it is fundamentally a ratio of the number of PD-L1–expressing tumor cells, lymphocytes, and macrophages to the total number of viable tumor cells. via

## What is CPS and TPS?

Tumor proportion score (TPS) is defined as the number of positive tumor cells divided by the total number of viable tumor cells multiplied by 100%; combined positive score (CPS) as the number of positive tumor cells, lymphocytes and macrophages, divided by the total number of viable tumor cells multiplied by 100. via

## What is CPS score for PD-L1?

Although the result of the CPS calculation can exceed 100, **the maximum score is defined as CPS 100**. A minimum of 100 viable tumor cells in the PD-L1–stained slide is required for the specimen to be considered adequate for PD-L1 evaluation. via

## What is CPS in MDS?

The CPS score is calculated using a complex algorithm which assigns residents a score between 0–6 based on five MDS items (i.e., **daily decision making, eating self-performance, ability to make self understood, short term memory, and whether or not the resident is comatose**). via

## What is CPS biomarker?

CPS is **the ratio of the number of all PD-L1–expressing cells (tumor cells, lymphocytes, macrophages) to the number of all tumor cells** (32) (Figure 1). The PD-L1 CPS score was developed using the 22C3 assay as a companion diagnostic for pembrolizumab in GC and has been FDA approved (33). via

## What is PD-L1 positive mean?

PD-L1 positivity may be a result of genetic events leading to constitutive PD-L1 expression on cancer cells or inducible PD-L1 expression on cancer cells and noncancer cells in response to a T cell infiltrate. via

## How do you calculate refrigerant charge?

No complicated math required, you simply **add together the gas in the pipe, the compressor/condenser section, and the evaporator = total charge**. As a result, they only capture between 30-40% of the system charge and therefore under report capacity charge. via

## How many pounds of Freon does a 3 ton unit hold?

Most houses have air conditioning units that range between a half-ton to 5 tons. This means a home with a 3-ton air conditioner will need **6-12 lbs**. of Freon. It will take no longer than 2 hours to recharge a 3-ton unit. via

## How may refrigerant be charged into the system if the cylinder pressure drops?

However, as refrigerant is removed from the cylinder, the pressure in the cylinder will drop. If a refrigeration system is in a vacuum or out of refrigerant, it may be charged with **liquid refrigerant on the high side of the system**. via

## When charging a system with vapor refrigerant what can be done to increase the pressure in the refrigerant tank?

if the pressure in the refrigerant cylinder drops too low to charge a system(cylinder pressure=low side system pressure) how can the technician increase the cylinder pressure? **use warm water to build up pressure, use a heat blanket, 90 F or less**. via

## What does WC weight mean?

WC, **water capacity of the tank in lbs**. TW, tare weight, or weight of tank empty. via

## What does WC stand for on refrigerant bottle?

In order to determine how much refrigerant can be added in a used recovery bottle, first the neck of the recovery bottle must be read. This will show the WC (**water column capacity**) and the TW (tare weight). The bottle can only be filled with refrigerant to 80% of the WC. via

## What is the tare weight of a refrigerant cylinder?

Determine the tare weight of the recovery cylinder, which is **the weight of the cylinder if it were empty**. This is also stamped on the outside of the cylinder. For example, for a nominal 50-pound recovery cylinder, the tare weight would be 24 pounds. via

## What are normal pressures for 410A?

For R-410A, a working pressure capability of **at least 400 psi** is recommended (this includes recovery cylinders). Standard DOT recovery cylinders rated for 350 psi should not be used. via

## How much R-22 is in a 2 ton unit?

The picture here is the nameplate to a split system air conditioning system. This label states that this 2 Ton outdoor air conditioner requires 3 pounds and **14 ounces** of R22 refrigerant. via

## What should my refrigerant pressures be?

Most technicians in the HVAC field know the normal range of operation for the low-pressure side of an air conditioning system. This tends to be around **60 PSI to 85 PSI for R-22 and 105 PSI to 143 PSI for R-410A** and is dependent upon operating conditions. via

## Should 410a be charged as a liquid?

Just **make sure it's removed from the drum while it is in a liquid state**. If you are charging it into the low side of the system, remember that the liquid must be vaporized before it enters the suction line. via

## Can you add refrigerant on the high side?

it is'nt always possible to do, **charging into high side is fine**, but at a point you will have to switch over to the low side. If you are installing refrigerant into an operational system, charge vapor only through the low pressure port. via

## Which compressor is best for AC?

In terms of efficiency, **reciprocating compressors are more effective than rotary compressors**. This is because they can compress the same amount of gas with less energy of between 5 and 10 per cent less energy input. via

## How is PD-L1 CPS calculated?

PD-L1 protein expression in cervical cancer is determined by using Combined Positive Score (CPS), which is **the number of PD-L1 staining cells (tumor cells, lymphocytes, macrophages) divided by the total number of viable tumor cells, multiplied by 100**. via

## Is CPS the same as PD-L1?

**CPS is evaluated based on the number of PD-L1 positive cells** (tumor, lymphocytes and macrophages) in relation to total tumor cells, and hence allows the capture of tumor and immune cells in a single read. via

## Which state has the highest CPS cases?

**In that year, California, New York, Illinois, and Florida rounded out the top five leading states with the most victims of child abuse....Number of unique victims of child abuse in the United States in 2020, by state.**

Characteristic | Number of cases |
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Texas |
65,116 |

California | 60,317 |

New York | 59,126 |

Illinois | 35,437 |