Tag Archives: COVID19

EchoNous KOSMOS 3-in-1 Ultrasound, Electronic Stethoscope, and ECG Helps with COVID-19

EchoNous, a developer of novel ultrasounds, has found a way to leverage multiple critical clinical technologies within a single device. The result is KOSMOS, a handheld 3-in-1 device consisting of an ultrasound, electronic stethoscope, and an ECG, all linked via artificial technology. When COVID-19 was hitting NYC earlier this year, EchoNous was able to use… Read More »

Gym Cleaning Tips During COVID-19

Gym Cleaning Tips During COVID-19 Gym Cleaning Tips During COVID-19 : For any gym, being able to certify to clients and potential members that your place of business has been cleaned and prepped against COVID-19 would be invaluable as doing so would increase confidence and bolster attendance. Until someone comes up with such a certification, the… Read More »

COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Paused Due to Adverse Event

UPDATE: The trial of the AZD1222 vaccine in the U.K. has already resumed after an independent investigation by the Medicines Health Regulatory Authority concluded it was safe to proceed. “AstraZeneca is committed to the safety of trial participants and the highest standards of conduct in clinical trials,” the company said in a September 12 press release.… Read More »

Health care workers prepare for possible ‘twindemic’ this fall — a double whammy of COVID-19 and flu

Article content continued “It also gives us an opportunity to have really frank and honest conversations with substitute decision makers and loved ones,” says the ICU doctor and lead researcher from Lawson Health Research Institute. How aggressive would they want us to be? If backed up with more research, the twin studies could lead to better… Read More »

HCA Healthcare faces lawsuit for ‘recklessly’ facilitating COVID-19 spread

HCA Healthcare and its Riverside Community Hospital are being sued by the Service Employees International Union-United Healthcare Workers West for allegedly “recklessly” facilitating the spread of COVID-19 among its workers and the Riverside, California community. “Defendants, through knowing and reckless acts and omissions, have failed to take reasonable and necessary precautions to protect their employees,… Read More »

Unmasking dentistry during COVID-19 – DentistryIQ

After my 90-year-old mother was diagnosed with COVID-19 and completed her two-week hospital stay, she was transferred to a physical therapy facility to help her regain muscle strength. I spoke to my mom’s physical therapist, Jennifer, almost daily to check on her progress. During one of our first conversations, I asked Jennifer how COVID-19 changed… Read More »

Fleece neck gaiters and bandanas are least effective at stopping COVID-19 droplets, study finds

Article content continued A laser beam is expanded vertically by a cylindrical lens and shined through slits in the enclosure. The camera is located at the back of the box, a hole for the speaker in the front. The inset shows scattering for water particles from a spray bottle with the front of the box… Read More »