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ICU Management


2020 23 Apr

We created the following three practical tools for physicians and medical personnel for their daily work in the ICU related to COVID-19 and sepsis.   Recommendations for Vasoactive Management for Hemodynamic Support in COVID-19 Patients with Septic Shock SOFA Score WHO Categorization of Clinical Syndromes Associated with COVID-19 in Adults  ...Read more

IMAGING Management


2020 28 Apr

Researchers in Spain have started work on a project to develop a new high-precision radiology system for improved diagnosis and management of COVID-19 patients.      You might also like: UK Imaging Platform for COVID-19 Management   The new system will combine artificial intelligence (AI) and tomosynthesis – with low dose x-ray imaging...Read more

Executive Health Management


2020 11 May

Summary: For the past 15 years Prof. Andy Tatem has been working with population data globally, and his team was one of the first to analyse the COVID-19 spread and interventions during the outbreak in China. He speaks with about public health measures, COVID-19 changing the nature of research, and how data could and should be...Read more

Executive Health Management


2021 02 Mar

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2021 11 Mar

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2021 25 Mar

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Health Management


2021 26 Apr

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IMAGING Management


2022 01 Feb

Many patients experience ongoing symptoms following a COVID-19 infection. These are characterised under the umbrella term 'long-COVID', of which one of the most common is breathlessness. It is unclear whether the breathlessness is linked to changes in breathing patterns, tiredness, or lung damage.  The EXPLAIN project, involving teams at Sheffield,...Read more

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2022 04 Feb

Scientists generally agree that wearing masks reduce the risks of COVID-19 spreading, but the benefit conferred in the K–12 classroom remains unknown. Whether children can wear masks correctly over extended periods is also debatable.   Interpretation of existing evidence by public health agencies worldwide vary. For example, the U.S. Centers for...Read more

Decision Support


2022 11 Feb

University of Minnesota Medical School researchers recently evaluated the performance of a prognostic clinical decision-making tool to facilitate emergency department discharges of suspected COVID-19 patients. The University of Minnesota developed this logistic regression tool to alleviate some of the stress that the COVID-19 pandemic has placed on...Read more

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2022 24 Apr

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2022 11 Mar

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2022 12 Apr

A recent study published in the  American Journal of Infection Control  showed that staff shortages and the extra burden on hospitals caused by the COVID-19 pandemic could increase the number of acquired infections and threaten patient care.   The study examined hospital-acquired infections at two hospitals in Illinois between September 2017 and...Read more

Executive Health Management


2022 22 Jul

Before I go on my annual leave, I thought I'd drop a line. Last week I did my first shift in a little private hospital in my hometown. When I arrived on the ward, I called in at the Sister's office. As I headed towards her door, I realised I was the only nurse wearing a mask. I was still in my civilian clothes, and as I said, my mask was...Read more