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Considering A Career Change In Nursing?

Various colorful learning icons including a pencil, gear, note pad, mortar board, person at podium, speech bubbles, etc. When you're thinking of a career move, your success depends on more than an impressive resume.

The Changing Criterion Of Coronavirus Airborne Transmission

Airborne transmission of SARS-CoV-2 remains one of the most critical questions to solve in terms of getting the COVID-19 pandemic under control, experts said on Wednesday.

Study Upholds What Nurses Dread About COVID-19 Risk

Frontline healthcare workers are at increased risk of reporting a positive COVID-19 test. It's scientific confirmation of what may seem obvious to many. American and British authors of a new report said that few studies exist to inform policymakers about risk among healthcare workers and the effect of personal protective equipment (PPE) on disease burden—topics frequently discussed. These workers are approximately 3.4 times more likely to test positive, they said.

Blood Thinners Once More Tied To Covid-19 Hospital Survival

Anticoagulation for patients hospitalized with COVID-19 was associated with lower risk of death or intubation in an observational study from New York City's pandemic peak.

Deadly Oleander Tincture Not A COVID-19 Fix

An unusual and highly toxic compound is making headlines after President Trump reportedly supported it in a conversation in the Oval Office.

Time To Revisit Antibiotics For All Suspected Sepsis Cases?

In a subset of patients presenting to emergency departments with suspected sepsis, early administration of antibiotics might have done more harm than good, researchers found.

T Cells, The Body’s Antiviral Snipers, Look Promising For A Coronavirus Vaccine

A mysterious network of white blood cells that can search out and destroy cells infected with the coronavirus has taken on new importance as epidemiologists continue their search for a vaccine amid doubts that antibodies alone can provide lasting immunity.


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