Hospital

Telemedicine use in the ER can yield positive results for patients and providers

12 days ago   |   By News Medical

Telemedicine has become more common given the current global pandemic. COVID-19 has limited doctor's office and hospital visits to ensure safety for everyone.
Read more ...

 

Texas doctor who succumbed to COVID-19 was wearing same N95 mask for weeks

Texas doctor who succumbed to COVID-19 was wearing same N95 mask for weeks

12 days ago   |   By Natural News

A young doctor in Texas who passed away from COVID-19 contracted the virus after wearing the same N95 mask for weeks, if not months - according to her family. Twenty-eight-year-old physician Adeline Fagan died in September due to a “massive” brain hemorrhage after testing positive for the coronavirus in July. Fagan, who had...
Read more ...

 


Search by Tags

   Hospital      Brain  


Official figures reveal only EALING's Covid-19 outbreak is currently bigger...

Official figures reveal only EALING's Covid-19 outbreak is currently bigger than England's average

Ealing is the only London borough with an infection rate above England's average - at 228.5 cases per 100,000 people. England's rate is slightly lower at 225.9 per 100,000. Read more ...

Supersreaders Spur Record New U.S. COVID Cases

Supersreaders Spur Record New U.S. COVID Cases

The Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center reported that 88,521 new coronavirus cases were recorded Thursday in the United States - the most in a single day since... Read more ...

Trump: Joe Biden disqualified from presidency due to evidence of corruption...

Trump: Joe Biden disqualified from presidency due to evidence of corruption on Hunter's laptop

President Donald Trump has stated that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden can never “assume the office of the President” due to damning information found in his son... Read more ...

Hospital Traces COVID Cluster to Break Room

Hospital Traces COVID Cluster to Break Room

A COVID-19 cluster involving 15 staff members at Holyoke Medical Center in western Massachusetts probably started in a break room, the hospital's chief executive said. "We... Read more ...

FNC's Carlson: Media handling of Bobulinski-Hunter Biden saga 'Soviet-style...

FNC's Carlson: Media handling of Bobulinski-Hunter Biden saga 'Soviet-style suppression of information'

Wednesday on Fox News Channel's “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” host Tucker Carlson followed up on his interview with former Biden family confidante Tony Bobulinski, who shared... Read more ...

Can a Healthier Diet Affect Survival in Patients With Metastatic Colorectal...

Can a Healthier Diet Affect Survival in Patients With Metastatic Colorectal Cancer?

A prospective study examining links between diet quality and survival of patients with metastatic colorectal cancer found no link between diet at the initiation of first-line... Read more ...

Britain's Covid-19 R rate has DROPPED to between 1.1 and 1.3

Britain's Covid-19 R rate has DROPPED to between 1.1 and 1.3

But the advisory panel, whose key advice has helped guide Number 10 through the pandemic, warned it was certain the outbreak is growing 'rapidly across the country'. Read more ...

19 NHS trusts are already treating more Covid-19 patients than in April...

19 NHS trusts are already treating more Covid-19 patients than in April, analysis

EXCLUSIVE: MailOnline's analysis of NHS figures reveals some trusts in hotspot areas in England are seeing up to three times the number of Covid-19 patients compared to in... Read more ...

Study suggests novel reason for wide range in COVID illness: people never...

Study suggests novel reason for wide range in COVID illness: people never exposed to virus have some antibodies

When researchers in British Columbia tested for antibodies in a small sample of Vancouver residents earlier this year, they found that less than one per cent had definitely... Read more ...

'World-beating' Test and Trace missed almost 25,000 positive cases

'World-beating' Test and Trace missed almost 25,000 positive cases

Test and Trace missed 19.5 per cent of positive cases - or 23,486 people - in the week ending October 21, worse than the 19.3 per cent - or 18,629 - missed the previous week. Read more ...