Microbusiness R & D and Innovation : 2016
The Microbusiness R&D and Innovation Survey ( BRDI-M ) collected research and development and other innovation-related data from a sample of independent U.S. small businesses. The survey was conducted by the Census Bureau in partnership with the National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics within the National Science Foundation. Results will be used to assess research and development and other innovation-related data among the smallest businesses in the United States.
The findings in this report can be used by state and local decision-makers to help identify areas at higher risk for severe COVID-19-associated illness because of underlying medical conditions.Morbidity &Mortality Weekly Report
This study compared short- and long-term mortality of ICU patients aged 90 years and older with that of octogenarians.Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
Does the co-occurence of metabolic-associated fatty liver disease in patients with COVID-19 increase the risk of severe disease?Liver International
A new report provides evidence of SARS-CoV-2 environmental contamination in rooms of presymptomatic patients.Emerging Infectious Diseases
Have the risks of intraoperative hypothermia been overestimated? This meta-analysis examined the evidence as to whether intraoperative hypothermia is associated with higher risks of adverse events.BMC Anesthesiology
HIGH cholesterol far more common than many realise and living a life with high levels of the fatty substance could have dire effects on one's health. What are two natural ways to help lower your levels?
From both a public health and an economic perspective, Britain performed poorly during the Covid-19 crisis in comparison with similar countries. When put to the test, many of Britain's core systems were revealed to be incapable of withstanding extra stress and demand. Written in partnership with Local Trust, this paper intends to start a conversation about how the country can move towards resilience for a more prepared and better future. It identifies five pillars that need to form the centrepiece of any approach: economic resilience; public sector resilience; community resilience; environmental resilience; and workforce resilience.
This guidance details how to take the context created by Covid-19 into account when considering complaints about doctors. It means that, in line with the General Medical Council's normal practice, concerns about doctors will be considered in the context of the pandemic and, in certain circumstances and where there are no risks to patients or to public confidence, some issues might not put into question a doctor's fitness to practise.
India has recorded nearly 87,000 new coronavirus infections as it edges closer to the United States in having the most cases in the world
New Zealand says it will ease its virus measures. Lockdowns return as Europe faces a second wave.