Month: April 2020

This Covid-19 Tracking App Lets You Help Scientists Study the Coronavirus

Even if you don’t have symptoms. Image credit: Covid Symptom Tracker If you’d like to feel that you’re doing more in the battle against the coronavirus than self-isolating with Animal Crossing, then it’s worth checking out the new Covid-19 tracking app aimed at helping scientists track the disease. Developed by researchers at King’s College London along …

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Team Communication App Deployed Free of Charge to Help NHS and Wider Care Sector Amid COVID-19

With tens of thousands of retired medics asked to return to work and a quarter of a million volunteers needed to help the NHS through the coronavirus crisis, OurPeople has developed a free version of its popular team communication platform, specifically for the NHS and wider care sector. Crucially, this will enable dissemination of vital information to …

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Anaesthetists and Support Staff Performing Endotracheal Intubations Are Currently Being Exposed to Aerosol Exposure of Airborne CoVid-19

As the coronavirus crisis accelerates, so too has the global demand for ventilators in hospitals. Yet key health workers involved in preparing a patient to receive mechanical ventilation are being left severely exposed to infection themselves. Dr Da Silva trialling an initial prototype at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, Birmingham The requirement for patients to undergo …

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