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We are all aware of the impact COVID-19 is having on our world today. This pandemic has brought our world society to a more complete understanding of infection control practices.
So on-line distance learning is decidedly the next the next best step in helping to ensure students, staff, and faculty have safe and healthy environments in which to learn and work. And, most importantly, to earn approved continuing education hours.
When an infant or child is unable to sleep, the parents’ sleep cycles are likely affected as well , as they’re either comforting the child, caring for their needs until the child is soothed back to sleep, but then the parents may often find it difficult to return to a deep sleep themselves.
While vacations are meant to unwind and relax, often we return from our trip more exhausted than when we started. Granted we may be physically and mentally drained depending how rigorous the schedule of activities we partook in during our trip, but many of us struggle to find a restful night’s sleep in new surroundings, especially our children.
Respiratory Therapists (RTs) are considered an expensive luxury, rather than a necessity for many DMEs who can no longer afford to provide uncompensated overhead for the care component in order to stay in business
The current COVID-19 pandemic has presented unusual and extraordinary challenges to our health care system. As this virus continues to spread and hospitals reach capacity, we will see an increased need for home treatment for a number of health issues, including those directly and/or indirectly related to COVID-19.
In this podcast, Dr. Shirin Shafazand chats with Dr. Douglas Bradley, a respirologist, Professor of Medicine and Director of the Division of Respirology, and of the Centre for Sleep Medicine and Circadian Biology at the University of Toronto.
For the study, the researchers tracked just over 1,300 patients from Brazil, China, India, Myanmar and Singapore who had undergone angioplasty with stents. In these procedures, surgeons thread catheters through vessels and clear blockages by implanting stents designed to keep arteries open.