USARad offers COVID-19 screening program

Teleradiology services provider USARad has launched a COVID-19 screening program.Read more on AuntMinnie.comRelated Reading: Nanox, USARad partner to bring 3,000 systems to the U.S. USARad inks distribution deal with Siemens, Zebra partner to identify bone fractures joins forces with Chinese mobile health firm lands Kuwait telerad deal
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Publication date: Available online 28 March 2020Source: Journal of Microbiology, Immunology and InfectionAuthor(s): Yu-Han Xing, Wei Ni, Qin Wu, Wen-Jie Li, Guo-Ju Li, Wen-Di Wang, Jian-Ning Tong, Xiu-Feng Song, Gary Wing-Kin Wong, Quan-Sheng Xing
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Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly announced a statewide stay-at-home order [PDF] Saturday as the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 continues to increase both in the state and around the country. The order begins Monday and runs through April 19. Kansas becomes the 22nd state to make a statewide order. Twelve Kansas counties, including Johnson, Leavenworth, Wyandotte and most of the state's other most populous counties, already were under varying stay-at-home orders. However, the state's order supersedes…
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Authors: Marin GH Abstract Based on some publications that associate SARS-CoV-2 infection with the use of anti-hypertensive drug groups such as angiotensin-converting-enzyme inhibitors (e.g. enalapril) or angiotensin II receptor blockers (e.g. losartan), many patients from South America, Central America or Spain, have stopped or intend to interrupt their treatments with these drugs. Hence, it may exist ominous consequences due to this drop out. For this reason, it is necessary to quickly warn about this situation and the risks associated with it. PMID: 32213760 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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Publication date: 28 March 2020Source: New Scientist, Volume 245, Issue 3275Author(s): David Adam
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The state is also working to fix 170 ventilators that arrived "not working" from the federal government, Gov. Newsom said.
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Mali records first death ahead of election and Trump considers New York quarantine. This blog is now closedCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage11.55pmGMTI ’ll be handing over to my colleagues in Australia shortly, but before I go, here’s a summary of the key coronavirus developments in the last few hours:Related:Coronavirus live news: Trump proposes 'quarantine' of New York and other hotspots11.18pmGMTBritons stranded in New Zealand are facing costs of £40,000 to return home, my colleagueMark Townsend reported.Those stranded say they have been left without guidance or assista...
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In the face of COVID-19, neurologists working in stroke, epilepsy, dementia, and other subspecialties are tasked with a quick pivot from in-office patient visits to a new era of online consultations.Medscape Medical News
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Jack Iwashyna A Practical Approach to Running a Scarce Resource Allocation Team (SRAT) Practical guidance on how Scarce Resource Allocation Teams (SRATs) should conduct themselves if hospital resources are overwhelmed.
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Many Americans are enrolled in short-term health plans that may not cover their treatment if they become infected with the coronavirus. And the lack of data collection on these plans means policymakers don’t know how many people in their state are enrolled in these plans.        
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GeneralVeers said: They wanted me to intubate a 96-year old COVID positive patient last night. 96!!! He was DNR/DNI but the spineless hospitalist made him "full code" because in his anxiety and hypoxia the patient apparently requested he be intubated. Fortunately his ABG wasn't too bad, and I was able to punt this one so I didn't have to do something I considered unethical. Click to expand... ShockIndex said: The fact that... Click to expand... Should We Code COVID19 Patients?
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