SOLOIST-WHF and SCORED Results

Hello, I’m Dr. Deepak Bhatt. And it is really a pleasure for me to provide a quick recap of the soloist and scored late breaking clinical trial presentations that I just presented back to back, and which were both published simultaneously in the New England Journal of Medicine. To quickly recap, both trials studied an […]

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Covid 19 orders

California Issues Limited Stay at Home Order Due to Hospitalizations It would appear that residents in San Bernardino County and all other Southern California counties will be adapting to a new Stay at Home Order in response to a rapid growth in COVID-19 cases and a substantial increase in hospitalizations and ICU admissions. The new […]

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AHA Scientific Session – Covid-19

Below is a link to the youtube video discussing AHA’s response to Covid 19. Also, below that is a transcript of the video. Well we’re here at the end of sessions and I’m here with Dr. Manesh Patel, our Vice Chair for Sessions. Manesh, congratulations on completing really successful meetings and thanks so much for […]

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Vaccine Test Results Offer New Hope

Covid-19 While new COVID-19 cases and hospitalization rates have continued to increase, news from several vaccine manufacturers has been very encouraging — leading to widespread hope that two vaccines will gain regulatory approval and begin mass production as early as this month. We thought it would be helpful to briefly explain how vaccines are being […]

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Bed Bugs

Bed bugs are a growing problem in the US, and most homeowners fear bed bugs. It is never fun to think you have a pest problem. The reason they are called bed bugs is that they infest mattresses, bed frames, box springs, etc. Experts point out that they can get blood meals from other bugs […]

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Smoke Inhalation

As forest fires become more prominent, scientists are trying to understand the health risks associated with smoke inhalation. Particularly in the United States, but there is little research on the long-term effects of smoking on human health. Smoking is a major cause of respiratory diseases such as asthma, heart disease, lung cancer, and cancer. How […]

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Who Needs CPR

When it comes to who needs CPR training, the answer is “everyone.”. Here at CPR and More, we believe that everyone needs to be trained in CPR and the Automated External Defibrillator (AED). When and How to Start CPR If you do not have cardiopulmonary resuscitation training, give chest compressions of 100-120 seconds without waiting for a […]

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Hands Only CPR

The American Heart Associations launch The American Heart Association (AHA) has revolutionized the way we perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) with the launch of its hands-only CPR program. The Heart Association released a clever 90-second video advertising hands-only CPR. The AHA has worked with DJ Earworm to create an uplifting, powerful tune. Which is a powerful […]

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Oxygen

If you’ve ever wondered what a pool of liquid oxygen would look like, the answer is very, very cold. O2 is the third most abundant gas in the universe by mass and is essential to life here on Earth. O2 in the Atmosphere No one knows for sure why this lung-friendly gas suddenly became a […]

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Cpr Classes In Rancho Cucamonga, CA

CPR and More offers hands-on training in San Bernardino County in compliance with the latest medical industry guidelines. Our flexible training options allow you to receive CPR training at any time of the day or night. We offer our hands-on CPR and first aid training that can come to you and your staff at an […]

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