level of consciousness
the Aldrete scale, which scores the patient's mobility, respiratory status, circulation, consciousness, and pulse oximetry
Non-convulsive status epilepticus can manifest with sustained or repeating complex partial seizures with a change in mental status, or simply as a focal seizure with limited physical signs but without alteration of consciousness.
Communication barrier can be defined as the obstacles to communication between the sender and receiver. Communication barrier can be a result of geographic difference, status difference, language or cultural difference, organization environment etc.
Michael Swafford has written: 'Perceptions of social status in the USSR' -- subject(s): Class consciousness, Social classes
Alfred Goud Smith has written: 'Communication and status'
Ubiquitous Communication can be broadly defined, but not restricted to, the process by which communications between multiple agents can happen simultaneously and without the restrictions of time. For example, a face to face conversation can only happen once, at one time. Posting a status update on Facebook, allows the communication to pass from the person who posted the status to anyone else within his or her network. The status becomes Ubiquitous, as it does not rely on the person receiving the Status to access it at a particular time, or location. This concept is still in development, and is likely for debate.