Dying with SARS-CoV-2 infection —an autopsy study of the first consecutive 80 cases in Hamburg, Germany

This study provides the largest overview of autopsies of SARS-CoV-2-infected patients presented so far.
Source: International Journal of Legal Medicine - Category: Medical Law Source Type: research

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"I think the biggest challenge for the health care field in the next decade will be determining the next course of action in the face of the gaps exposed throughout the pandemic," Mona Veiseh said.
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The $500 million project targets mRNA vaccines for COVID-19 and other viral infections
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"I think the biggest challenge for the health care field in the next decade will be determining the next course of action in the face of the gaps exposed throughout the pandemic," Mona Veiseh said.
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Ohio ranks among the least safe states during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a new study. The Buckeye State ranks No. 47 in personal finance website Wallethub’s report “Safest States During Covid-19," which was released Oct. 14. Researchers compared the 50 states and District of Columbia across five key metrics (based on data available as of 12:30 p.m. Oct. 13). Here is how Ohio f ared in each category: Vaccination rate: No. 42 Positive testing rate: No. 43 Hospitalization rate: No. 44 Death…
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ConclusionIn the follow-up of children and adolescents with CCM during the first UK lockdown using telemedicine we found that over half had stable health conditions. Patients needing additional care could not be predicted by the severity of their disease or their bowel function alone.
Source: Pediatric Surgery International - Category: Surgery Source Type: research
ConclusionPort-a-cath placement in pediatric patients with OI is safe and efficacious for durable central access, enabling reliable IV bisphosphonate delivery and reducing iatrogenic trauma.
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Introduction Radiation therapy increases the risk of secondary malignancy and morbidity in cancer survivors. The role of obesity and exercise training in modulating this risk is not well understood. As such, we used a preclinical model of radiation-induced malignancy to investigate whether diet-induced obesity and/or endurance exercise training altered lifelong survival, cancer incidence, and morbidity. Methods Male CBA mice were randomly divided into control diet/sedentary group (CTRL/SED), high-fat diet (45% fat)/sedentary group (HFD/SED), control diet/exercise group (2–3 d·wk−1; CTRL/EX), o...
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - Category: Sports Medicine Tags: BASIC SCIENCES Source Type: research
Conclusions Reallocation of time spent sedentary with time spent in MVPA, but not LPA, was associated with less TBF, visceral fat, and liver fat. These findings contribute to the development of more specified guidelines on ST and physical activity.
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - Category: Sports Medicine Tags: EPIDEMIOLOGY Source Type: research
Conclusions During periods of forced detraining, MI practice seems to be a viable tool to maintain and increase physical performance capacity among professional athletes.
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Conclusions High-sodium snacks and condiments added while cooking were frequently consumed among patients with hypertension in Indonesia. Understanding the factors associated with intention to follow a low-sodium diet will assist nurses to design effective interventions that promote adherence to the low-sodium diet among those with hypertension.
Source: Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing - Category: Nursing Tags: ARTICLES: Nutrition and Cardiovascular Disease Source Type: research
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