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Linking key intervention timings to rapid declining effective reproduction number to quantify lessons against COVID-19

Zhihang Peng, Wenyu Song, Zhongxing Ding, Quanquan Guan, Xu Yang, Qiaoqiao Xu, Xu Wang & Yankai Xia coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is currently under a global pandemic trend. The efficiency of containment measures and the epidemic tendency of typical countries should be assessed. In this study, the efficiency of prevention and control measures in

Prior and novel coronaviruses, Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), and human reproduction: what is known?

James Segars , Quinton Katler , Dana B McQueen , Alexander Kotlyar , Tanya Glenn , Zac Knight , Eve C Feinberg , Hugh S Taylor , James P Toner , Jennifer F Kawwass , American Society for Reproductive Medicine Coronavirus/COVID-19 Task Force Objective: To summarize the current understanding of the effects of novel and prior coronaviruses on human reproduction, specifically male and female gametes, and in

Providing quality end-of-life care to older people in the era of COVID-19: perspectives from five countries

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  11 May 202 Maria I. Lapid, Raymond Koopmans, Elizabeth L. Sampson, Lieve Van den Block, and Carmelle Peisah Providing quality end-of-life care for older people is one of our biggest challenges in this new COVID-19 era. Advanced age, because of its association

End-of-life care in patients with a highly transmissible respiratory virus: implications for COVID-19 by Miriam Mottiar, Ariel Hendin, Lisa Fischer, Amanda Roze des Ordons, Michael Hartwick. Reviewed by Can J Anaesth on 2020 October.

Symptom management and end-of-life care are core skills for all physicians, although in ordinary times many anesthesiologists have fewer occasions to use these skills. The current coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has caused significant mortality over a short time and has necessitated an increase in the provision of

Knowledge regarding law and ethics among nurses at a tertiary care hospital in rural India by Thirunavukarasu M. R., Velmurugan A. 2018

Excellence in clinical skills along with a sound knowledge of standard practices related to bioethics and its application in clinical settings is essential for healthcare providers. Nurses play a pivotal role in the healthcare team, being involved in various aspects like clinical care, research, and medical education.

Give Women The Choice

Mar 31 2017 : The Times of India (Chandigarh)Give Women The ChoiceDevi Shetty, Sneha Iype Why the 20 week abortion limit must be relaxed in case of foetal abnormalitiesRecently, the Supreme Court turned down a request for termination of pregnancy from a 27 week pregnant lady, with

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