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Apr
04

Basic Hygiene Requirements To Prevent Coronavirus

The current COVID 19 pandemic came in light with China informing the World Health Organisation of a cluster of diseases of a completely unknown cause originating from the Wuhan city of Hubei province. The coronavirus disease is a type of severe respiratory illness and pneumonia that has the power to spread very rapidly from one […]

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Apr
03

Coronavirus Basic Symptoms And Early Medical Care

The COVID-19 pandemic has already created a stir among the people of all regions. From countries closing their international borders and making their citizens home quarantined, the entire world seems to get closer to a devastating end. There isn’t any harm in saying that this COVID-19 or the coronavirus did hit hard to the US […]

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Apr
02

Protective Gears For Healthcare And Nursing Staff Engaged In Coronavirus Treatment

The COVID-19 disease is in its way of killing thousands and destroying the world economy in the near future. Originating from a cause, completely unknown to mankind, this virus was first invented in the Wuhan city of Hubei province in China. The World Health Organisation has already declared it a pandemic and named it as […]

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Mar
18

How to Protect Oneself from Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

The Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), “coronavirus”,  is a potentially deadly respiratory illness that has the ability to spread from person to person. The virus was first identified in 2019 during investigation efforts into the sudden occurrence of a then unidentified illness affecting Wuhan, China.   The risk of contracting the coronavirus is increased for healthcare […]

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Mar
16

President Donald Trump’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Guidelines for America

In light of the ongoing international Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) pandemic that has now arrived in America after first being identified in Wuhan, China, President Donald Trump has issued a set of national guidelines to be followed to help contain and suppress the potentially deadly COVID-19.   Firstly, President Trump reminds U.S. citizens of the importance […]

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Jan
16

Nursing Preparedness in Accordance with National Standards

It is believed that nurses’ interaction and direct contact with patients and other persons possibly carrying infectious diseases facilitates a higher susceptibility for contracting such diseases. During pandemics in particular, the aforementioned hypothesis becomes of heightened important due to its ability to aid in pandemic preparedness planning.   In the Emerging Infection Diseases® digest published […]

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Jan
09

Reimagining the Role of Technology in Education: Nontraditional Education Models for the Future

The Office of Educational Technology, which forms an integral part of the U.S. Department of Education, has released the 2017 National Education Technology Plan (NETP) update to encourage “rapid change across the country in fundamental aspects of the educational technology landscape”.[1] The NETP is essentially the official means by which the U.S. Department of Education […]

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Jan
03

Insufficient Nursing Staff Directly Correlates with Higher Risks for Patients

The NINR  (which forms part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services) states that the U.S.A is experiencing a shortage of Registered Nurses (RNs) whose affect can be most felt in hospitals where the majority of RNs are employed. In an abstract provided by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCMI), U.S. National […]

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