Tag: COVID-19

Fatality of Cases by New Coronavirus Disease (COVID 19): A Case Study in the Mexican State of Guanajuato

The goal of this research is to explain the COVID-19 pandemic and report on fatalities in the Mexican state of Guanajuato until October 2, 2020. The National Epidemiological Surveillance System Database from Mexico was used for this study. Age, sex, comorbidities (diabetes, COPD, asthma, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, immunosuppression, chronic renal disease, obesity, and smoking), date […]

Conspiracy Beliefs of COVID-19 Vaccination in Ghana

The purpose of this inquiry was to check into Ghanaians’ opinions of COVID-19 vaccination conspiracy theories. The extremely contagious SARS-CoV-2 virus spread internationally in a short amount of time. Most Ghanaians who believe in science and the COVID-19 vaccine’s success in stopping the spread of the corona virus disease have received vaccinations and are keen […]

Medical Education during the COVID-19 Pandemic; is E-learning a Precursor to a New Blended Education System?

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has swiftly spread over the world, prompting the World Health Organization (WHO) to designate it a pandemic on March 11, 2020. This pandemic, which brought about significant changes in many facets of our life, had enormous consequences for the worldwide population, health-care systems, economy, and education. The advice to maintain tight […]

Big Data Analytics for Dealing with COVID-19: An Innovative Trend in Business Intelligence

Most commercial and scientific activity include data and data analysis. It assists businesses and people in properly understanding the issue and making the best option possible. The goal of this chapter is to explore big data analysis, which is a growing field that involves analysing enormous and unstructured data that is created and gathered. The […]

Stem Cell a Solution May Help to Treatment for Pandemic COVID-19

The effectiveness of IV mesenchymal cell transplantation has not been presented with a final conclusion that allows scientists to recommend it as the only treatment, although investigation in various pathologies revealed a very favourable immune reaction, modulati Furthermore, it clearly illustrates a regeneration of it (which is the same) that has powerfully captured the attention […]

Preventive Measures for Operating Room and Personnel during COVID-19 Pandemic in Case, When Clinic is Not Yet on Front-Line

The new COVID-19 has had a tremendous impact on all aspects of life around the world from the beginning of 2020. Despite the lack of a particular cure for this disease, the necessity of taking preventative measures cannot be stressed. Although prevention of pandemic transmission is especially important in hospital settings, if COVID-19 clinics are […]

The Lethal Triad of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), Cardiorespiratory Disease, and Cardiac Surgery Under Cardiopulmonary Bypass

The pandemic of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) has created unique problems to health-care practitioners involved in cardiac sciences, particularly cardiac surgeons. Patients with underlying cardiovascular illness share the risk factors linked to increased COVID-19 mortality, making them particularly vulnerable to the lethal manifestation of COVID-19. This, together with the possible negative effects of cardiopulmonary bypass […]

Promoting Belongingness and Preventing Othering of Asian American Health Professions Students, Faculty, and Staff during the COVID-19 Pandemic

This chapter explores the concept of “othering” in relation to the Asian American community. Theories as to why this occurrence occurred during the Covid-19 pandemic are discussed. During the Covid-19 outbreak, there was a lot of violence directed against this population. Finally, suggestions are offered for nursing faculty and nursing education administrators on how to […]

COVID-19 Disease on 700 Chronic Dialysis Patients from Ecuadorian Highlands: An Observational Study

Introduction: In December of this year, the first cases of Covid-19 sickness were documented. The pandemic has spread throughout the world by March 2021, with 114.217.365 cases and 2.533014 deaths, including 286.155 cases and 15.811 deaths in Ecuador. After one year of pandemic, the researchers wanted to highlight the impact of COVID-19 disease on 700 […]

Readiness of Community Pharmacists to Play a Supportive and Advocacy Role in the Fight against Corona Virus Disease: A Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study

Background: As the coronavirus illness pandemic continues to impose a strain on healthcare systems worldwide, it is vital to analyse whether every part of the healthcare system is ready to respond. The study sought to determine whether community pharmacists in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are willing to assist in the fight against COVID-19. The […]

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