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Month: September 2021

Specialties that use telemedicine to enhance the quality of care

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Specialties that use telemedicine to enhance the quality of care The aspect of telemedicine was first introduced during the 1970s. However, it took us more than 50 years to thoroughly understand its importance and incorporate the conventional medical system with it. In any case, it seems to be a long-term investment for us, given the…

Why do MBBS Graduates need a Fellowship in Critical Care Medicine?

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Why do MBBS Graduates need a Fellowship in Critical Care Medicine? The ICU of a healthcare unit is a segment where sophisticated tools and equipment are ungrudgingly available to treat critical patients. Hence, using them, especially for a young and less-trained doctor, would not be accessible in any manner. You will need to enhance skills…

How eNext ICU’s Corporate Tele-Health Solutions Can Benefit Employee’s Health?

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How eNext ICU’s Corporate Tele-Health Solutions Can Benefit Employee’s Health? The modern work culture in India, especially in private corporations, can be quite hectic. Sometimes, this issue is caused by a critical project while, in other cases, an unhealthy office environment is responsible for such a scenario. According to a report, almost 14.7% of people…

The application of an oxygen mask, Without supplemental oxygen, improved oxygenation in patients with severe COVID‑19 already treated with high‑flow nasal cannula

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The application of an oxygen mask, Without supplemental oxygen, improved oxygenation in patients with severe COVID‑19 already treated with high‑flow nasal cannula Source: https://ccforum.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s13054-021-03738-8 Hypoxemia is the clinical hallmark of severe COVID-19infection, and guidelines suggest using high-flow nasal cannula (HFNC) when conventional oxygen therapy fails [1, 2]. In late 2020, we observed that oxygenation could…

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Infection in Pregnancy

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Infection in Pregnancy Information for healthcare professionalsVersion 13: Published Friday 19 February 2021 Source: https://www.rcm.org.uk/media/4724/2021-02-19-coronavirus-covid-19-infection-in-pregnancy-v13.pdf This document aims to provide guidance to healthcare professionals who care for pregnant women during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is not intended to replace existing clinical guidelines, but to act as a supplement with additional advice on how to implement…