Médecine

South Korea allows use of Gileads remdesivir to treat Covid-19 patients

South Korea allows use of Gileads remdesivir to treat Covid-19 patients The figures announced by the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday brought national totals to 11,590 cases and 273 deaths. "In an email statement to the media, DCGI said, "[ Remdesivir] approved on June 1 under emergency use with the condition for five dose administration ". [Full Article...]

WHO Announces Fresh Ebola Outbreak In Congo

WHO Announces Fresh Ebola Outbreak In Congo The WHO expects more outbreaks of Ebola to emerge in the Republic of Congo in the coming months. "The National Institute of Biomedical Research (INRB) has confirmed to me that samples from Mbandaka tested positive for Ebola", Longondo announced at a press conference on Monday. [Full Article...]

SEARL partners with Beximco for supply of Covid-19 drug Remdesivir

SEARL partners with Beximco for supply of Covid-19 drug Remdesivir The Searle Company Limited has successfully entered into an exclusive licensing and marketing agreement with Beximco Pharmaceuticals, Bangladesh for marketing of Covid-19 drug Remdesivir, informed the company in a statement to the Pakistan Stock Exchange on Friday. [Full Article...]

344 coronavirus cases reported in Ontario, 41 more deaths

344 coronavirus cases reported in Ontario, 41 more deaths There were 18,525 tests completed in the previous day, and Ontario is set to reveal a new phase in its COVID-19 testing strategy today. Thirty-four more people have died, bringing the total death count to 2,189. Ontario reported completing 17,615 tests Thursday. That's led some observers to suggest the province should follow a regional approach to reopening the economy, easing some of the pain... [Full Article...]

Groups of six allowed to meet under new measures

Groups of six allowed to meet under new measures He said that non-essential retail could be reopened from June 15, among other measures and said that from Monday up to six people could meet outside in parks and private gardens provided social distancing rules were maintained. "These changes mean friends and family can start to meet their loved ones", said Mr Johnson. He continued: "But to control the virus everyone needs to stay alert and stri... [Full Article...]

Rates of 'symptomless' Covid-19 infections may be higher than previously thought

Rates of 'symptomless' Covid-19 infections may be higher than previously thought Researchers have known for months that asymptomatic transmission of COVID-19 is possible and common, but without population-wide testing, it's been hard to estimate how many people get infected without showing symptoms. The first case of fever was reported on day 8, prompting the immediate adoption of infection control measures. The ship was not allowed to re-dock in Argentina after the country ... [Full Article...]

Pharma chiefs see coronavirus vaccine by year-end, but challenges 'daunting'

Pharma chiefs see coronavirus vaccine by year-end, but challenges 'daunting' The USA Orders 300 Million Doses Of A Potential Coronavirus Vaccine The British medicine maker said that it had signed the first agreement at least 400 million doses of vaccine, which is developing by Oxford University.Only less of the vaccines in development advanced to human trials. [Full Article...]

Poll says only half of Americans would get a COVID-19 vaccine

Poll says only half of Americans would get a COVID-19 vaccine In these people, "their immune systems will essentially rear up and blunt the effect of the vaccine", said Kirsten Lyke, a vaccinologist at the University of Maryland who is leading another COVID-19 vaccine trial. Yet the poll found just 25% of African Americans and 37% of Hispanics would get a vaccine compared to 56% of whites. The covid19 vaccine candidate has been developed by Osaka Universit... [Full Article...]

La hausse sera " significative ", promet Philippe [Vidéo — Rémunérations des soignants

La hausse sera Il conclut cet hommage aux soignants en affirmant que " les Français peuvent être fiers de leurs fonctionnaires, de leur hôpital public ". "Dans le sillage d'Olivier Véran , ministre de la Santé, il a également estimé que la question du temps de travail à l'hôpital public n'était " pas un tabou ". [Full Article...]

Spike In COVID-19 Cases Provincially

Spike In COVID-19 Cases Provincially Some good news did emerge from Ontario, which reported its lowest number of new cases - 287 - in more than two weeks. Ontario Premier Doug Ford (centre) speaks at a press conference in this file image. The premier said mass testing is the province's best defence against the virus, adding that the only way for the province to reach its testing capacity of almost 25,000 is for people to show up ... [Full Article...]

COVID-19 positive results decrease, but still 279 new cases

There are now two individuals who are hospitalized with the virus. Kent County's confirmed cases were 102 on May 20, and since then have been almost double the second closest county. North Carolina is now reporting a total of 24,140 cases and 766 deaths. Even the neighboring rural southeastern OR counties of Harney and Malheur have had cases - albeit only one case in Harney. [Full Article...]

81-year-old hospitalized with COVID-19 in Muskingum County

81-year-old hospitalized with COVID-19 in Muskingum County That continues the trend of smaller positive test percentages which began late last week. Three more deaths were reported bringing the state's total to 517. The state now has 55 labs processing tests with a daily capacity of 14,253 tests. The percentage of hospitalized remained the same day-to-day at 15% or 2,362. [Full Article...]

Eight more Covid-19 deaths in Powys

The total number of lab confirmed cases in the United Kingdom now stands at 261,184, with the daily tally at 1,625. Tuesday's ONS figures show 53,960 excess deaths in England and Wales between March 21 and May 15 2020. A further 134 people in the United Kingdom have died after testing positive for coronavirus , according to the latest figures from the Department of Health. [Full Article...]

France Bans Doctors from Using Hydroxychloroquine to Treat Coronavirus Patients

France Bans Doctors from Using Hydroxychloroquine to Treat Coronavirus Patients The earliest study that suggested it might yield benefits was problematic , as it was small and excluded patients in the study who became critically ill or died. Hydroxychloroquine clinical trials suspended by the WHO. Over 400 hospitals in 35 countries had been roped in to actively recruit patients and almost 3500 patients had already been enrolled from 17 countries. [Full Article...]

Thailand begins coronavirus vaccine trials on monkeys

Thailand begins coronavirus vaccine trials on monkeys Human trials for a coronavirus vaccine have begun in Australia as USA biotechnology company Novavax hopes to release a proven jab this year. NVX-CoV2373 consists of a stable, prefusion protein made using Novavax' proprietary nanoparticle technology, and incorporates that company's proprietary saponin-based Matrix-M™ adjuvant. [Full Article...]

Health Minister welcomes anti-viral drug Remdesivir for treatment of Covid-19

Health Minister welcomes anti-viral drug Remdesivir for treatment of Covid-19 The antiviral medicine remdesivir was developed for Ebola, but initial trials on COVID-19 patients showed it reduced the length of time they experienced symptoms from 15 days to 11. Research being carried out on remdesivir in Germany. "By stopping it early the scientific community was deprived of the opportunity to determine whether remdesivir can or cannot reduce mortality". [Full Article...]

Biden emerges from quarantine on Memorial Day

Biden emerges from quarantine on Memorial Day Biden canceled in-person campaign events. President Trump has declined to wear a mask while in public. Ronald Klain, Biden's chief of staff during the Obama administration and White House Ebola response coordinator from 2014-2015, criticized Hume for his tweets . [Full Article...]

Malacañang expects coronavirus vaccine trials by Q4

Malacañang expects coronavirus vaccine trials by Q4 Nations across the world are conducting their own clinical trials to find a vaccine for the viral illness, which so far has infected over 5.3 million people and killed some 340,000 globally. Once deemed safe, human clinical trials will be coordinated by a research unit at Halifax's Dalhousie University. Mild adverse reactions included mild pain at the injection site in over half the vaccine ... [Full Article...]

World Health Organization suspends hydroxychloroquine trial over safety concerns

World Health Organization suspends hydroxychloroquine trial over safety concerns An earlier recommendation in March did not include the frontline workers. Swaminathan says they expect to decide whether to resume testing hydroxychloroquine in the Solidarity Trial in a week or two. "Finished, just finished", Trump told " Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson " during an interview that aired Sunday on Sinclair Broadcasting . They explained that reports of potentially le... [Full Article...]

Chinese Expert Cautions Coronavirus 'Just the Tip of the Iceberg'

Chinese Expert Cautions Coronavirus 'Just the Tip of the Iceberg' Shi said the genetic characteristics of the viruses she's worked with didn't match those of the coronavirus spreading in humans. " In fact, like everyone else, we didn't even know the virus existed ", she said. "But I think the whole world can see now", Pompeo had said on ABC News' in early May. Experts plan to create medicines and reagents to prevent the spread of infectious diseases. [Full Article...]


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