Risk components linked with in-health center death per reports from Italy, China and UK: The Lancet

Risk components linked with in-health center death per reports from Italy, China and UK: The Lancet

By: Express News Service | Pune | Updated: May 20, 2020 10:23:31 am The study reports a high incidence of critical illness (22 per cent, 257/1,150) and a high dependency on mechanical ventilation to support breathing in critical patients (79 per cent, 203/257). Photographer: Sergei Bobylev/TASS/Getty ImagesCRITICALLY ILL Covid-19 patients frequently require mechanical ventilation and…

View More Risk components linked with in-health center death per reports from Italy, China and UK: The Lancet
Seven threat factors that also can assign folks at COVID-19: Researchers

Seven threat factors that also can assign folks at COVID-19: Researchers

Enough has been written on the risk of developing severe COVID-19 in hospital settings but now, researchersLONDON: Enough has been written on the risk of developing severe COVID-19 in hospital settings but now, researchers have documented seven risk factors associated with a positive corona test at the neighbourhood clinic and primary care facilities, and old…

View More Seven threat factors that also can assign folks at COVID-19: Researchers
7 factors that will set folks in danger at neighbourhood sanatorium

7 factors that will set folks in danger at neighbourhood sanatorium

London : Enough has been written on the risk of developing severe Covid-19 in hospital settings but now, researchers have documented seven risk factors associated with a positive corona test at the neighbourhood clinic and primary care facilities, and old age and being male are the two main factors. The seven risk factors for Covid-19…

View More 7 factors that will set folks in danger at neighbourhood sanatorium
Cultural factors esteem ‘namaste’ can have helped defend against COVID-19: Unusual York Cases

Cultural factors esteem ‘namaste’ can have helped defend against COVID-19: Unusual York Cases

Ingrained social distancing norms like people greeting each other with a Namaste’ in India may have provided more protection against the coronavirus, which has caused unprecedented devastation in some countries while leaving others relatively untouched, according to a US media report. The coronavirus has touched almost every country on earth, but its impact has seemed…

View More Cultural factors esteem ‘namaste’ can have helped defend against COVID-19: Unusual York Cases