35 Burst results for "Infectious Disease"

"infectious disease" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 2 d ago

"infectious disease" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This proves more transmissible but less virulent than the delta Would there be any public health benefit to furthering its spread by lifting travel restrictions for example so outcompete the delta variant You're talking about something really dangerous You're talking about let a lot of people get infected to see if in fact you could protect them That's something that I think almost all infectious disease people with any knowledge about infectious disease would not say that's a good idea That's not true We are firmly in the holiday season and a lot of Americans are wondering whether it's safe even if they've been vaccinated to go to a cocktail party without a mask with a glass of eggnog in their hands What's your advice to them Well the advice is what I follow myself and what I tell people to do is that get vaccinated I'm going to get to your question a lot of looting Get vaccinated number one if you need if you're eligible for boost get boosted And in a situation with the holiday season indoor type settings with family that you know is vaccinated people that you know you can feel safe with not wearing a mask and having a dinner having a reception But when you are in a public congregate setting in which you do not know the status of the vaccination of the people involved it is very prudent to wear a mask And that's what I do Yes Thank you Well you know obviously unless you have a special kind of mask that I don't know about The fact is sure when you're eating and when you're drinking take the mask down but to the extent possible keep it on when you're in an indoor congregate setting Doctor Fauci as you advise.

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People Died on Dr. Anthony Fauci's Watch Compared to Sen. Ted Cruz

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 4 d ago

People Died on Dr. Anthony Fauci's Watch Compared to Sen. Ted Cruz

"This stuff Go ahead Lockdowns people talking about that Let's see what the information that we're getting in real time tells us He's on TV He doesn't have the data He doesn't have the substance doesn't have the facts and so all he's doing is shooting from the hip this is what he always Let's wait and see and that's why that's when we get the facts when I get more information But is that all he said on Sunday Now here he is on defaced the nation Cut 9 go Senator Cruz told the attorney general you should be prosecuted Yeah I have to laugh at that I should be prosecuted What happened on January 6th senator Wow he prepared for that one And what did happen on January 6th What did he do dummy You see how political this guy is What did he do I should be proud to say that what the hell Sounds like a cackling Kamala But the truth is nobody died on Ted Cruz's watch Ted Cruz isn't running the infectious disease operation in the national Institutes for health Wear a mask don't wear a mask We're two masks where goggles stay in your house hide under the table Wear a mask when you're taking a crap And I do this to do what I tell you I missed this science Come on out now The best guy at this has been Cuomo What What

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EXPLAINER: What we know and don't know about omicron variant

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 5 d ago

EXPLAINER: What we know and don't know about omicron variant

"Scientists scientists continue continue to to assess assess the the latest latest covert covert nineteen nineteen very very yet yet the the latest latest variant variant comes comes as as no no surprise surprise to to infectious infectious disease disease specialist specialist doctor doctor Graham Graham Snyder Snyder he's he's with with the the university university of of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Medical Medical Center Center it it is is grim grim but but we we should should anticipate anticipate having having this this viruses viruses as as part part of of our our lives lives for for some some time time to to come come and and that's that's all all due due to to lack lack of of vaccinations vaccinations around around the the world world long long is is a a vaccination vaccination rates rates globally globally are are very very low low and and we're we're not not using using precautions precautions to to prevent prevent transmission transmission with with his his hide hide here here and and says says we we did did early early in in the the pandemic pandemic we'll we'll continue continue to to see see more more variants variants emerge emerge as as for for the the current current vaccine vaccine working working against against the the Omicron Omicron variant variant we we will will continue continue to to offer offer some some protection protection the the question question is is is is it it as as strong strong as as protection protection as as we we currently currently have have against against delta delta or or is is it it attenuated attenuated at at all all I'm I'm Shelley Shelley Adler Adler

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Why You Can't Ask Questions About COVID Anymore

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:21 min | 2 weeks ago

Why You Can't Ask Questions About COVID Anymore

"Continue. There is no sane person who does not hope or pray that medical science can at least weaken the threat from SARS CoV-2 virus so that we can resume life as it mostly was before it. That said every one including doctors and scientists in the field of infectious disease should be able to ask questions or express doubts about certain protocols without being castigated or fired from their jobs. In this unhealthy us versus them dynamic that has sprung up as a toxic byproduct of the pandemic, there are many Americans, politicians, celebrities and Twitter trolls who are not only calling for the firing of doctors, nurses, firefighters, police officers, military personnel teachers, pilots, air traffic controllers, and U.S. intelligence officers, but also taking joy in that possible outcome. Fire them, can we step back for a second and realize what that punishment surely would mean? Punishing these Americans potentially would deny them the ability to buy food for their children, pay their rent or mortgage buy gasoline pay for medicine or pay for the care of loved ones to this point on a recent real time with Bill Maher, he said the world recognizes natural immunity. We don't because everything in this country has to go through the pharmaceutical companies. Bill Maher has turned out to be courageous.

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White Coat Waste Discovered Fauci’s NIH Division Funded Dog-Killing Experiments

Mark Levin

01:47 min | Last month

White Coat Waste Discovered Fauci’s NIH Division Funded Dog-Killing Experiments

"But this is sickening This is sickening and the fact that the buck never stops with Fauci is unacceptable It's unacceptable from the Wuhan lob You know the excuse always is that he can't be directly connected It doesn't matter Bipartisan legislators demand answers from Fauci on cruel puppy experiments The white coat waste group are investigators show that Fauci's NIH division Fauci's NIH division should part of a $375,800 grant to a lab in Tunisia To drug beetles excuse me To drug beagles lock their heads in mesh cages filled with hungry sand flies so that the insects could eat them alive Now most of the members who sign this letter to Fauci Republicans was a few Democrats so they all look at this it's bipartisan but mostly it's not A bipartisan letter demands answers from the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases That would be Anthony Fauci The white coat waste project the nonprofit group that first pointed out the U.S. taxpayers were being used to fund the controversial Wuhan institute of virology Now that should have got his ass kicked all the way across the country Have now turned its sights on Anthony Fauci and another animal testing related matter infecting dozens of beagles These are puppies With disease causing parasites to test an experimental drug on

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How Dr. Fauci Funded Dog Killers

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | Last month

How Dr. Fauci Funded Dog Killers

"Breaking of the weekend was a series of documents that were obtained through a freedom of information request. It was obtained through an effort to try and get to the bottom of the medical experiments or the medical experiments that Fauci has been conducting over the last couple of years. These documents came out and we learned that Fauci, personally directed the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, a division of the National Institute of health to repeatedly fund research where he placed sedated beagles heads while they were still alive in mesh cages and allowed starved sandflies to feast on them and eat them alive. Beagles they then repeated the test outdoors with the beagles placed in cages in the desert overnight for 9 consecutive nights. In an area of Tunisia where sand flies were abundant. Now before we go any further, this is something like a James Bond villain would do. This is something that in a halfway through the movie of goldfinger where they kind of come in and they zoom in kind of panoramic. All of a sudden the Bond villain is like torturing beagles in Tunisia. Like that's not that's not normal, okay? For the public health official. The guy that's supposed to be in charge of epidemiological spread, like, okay, we're gonna go torture dogs and Tunisia. They repeated the test outdoors with the beagles placed in cages. In the desert overnight for 9 consecutive nights the experiment was just one of countless tests. Done on animals with your taxpayer dollars, but when you go to work and you work hard and you go write that check to the Internal Revenue Service, you are funding dog torture.

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Critical Race Theory Is a Virus Against American Society

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:31 min | Last month

Critical Race Theory Is a Virus Against American Society

"Critical race theory or as we call it critical racism theory. It's impacted our life dramatically in the last year and this is something that can be called or diversity. Equity inclusion are learning and those that are obviously a university of michigan. You have to deal with this all the time. And all of its different manifestations but it's amazing how few people actually understand this and talk about how it's an existential threat to the american way of life and we need to talk about how critical race theory wokers. And what you want to call it right. It's a filler. Term is a virus against america and civil and free society. It doesn't have a ninety nine point. Five percent survivability right now. I'm not saying it's worse than cova because some media person he says there are two totally different things infectious disease. But i'm using a metaphor intentionally by saying if we allow these ideas to go unchallenged. Then everything that we have grown to know as justice and the american way of life gets immediately compromised. And so what is this. What is this idea that we all know it. Neurons certain way but let's start with what we believe in why we believe it super simple not controversial by the way. Tonight's not even going to be political. I'm everything i possibly can to not say republican or democrat right. We're just gonna talk about ideas. What is true. What is good. And what is beautiful. It's really simple. Every human being has dignity. I believe every human being is made in the image of god. I believe that every single human being is worthy of the idea of the american view of human fundamental american value.

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 US health experts urge flu shots to avoid 'twindemic'

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

US health experts urge flu shots to avoid 'twindemic'

"Health experts are urging Americans not to forget about the flu during the cold with nineteen pandemic I get it we are all tired I'm not talking about vaccines but even as she keeps pushing people to get the covert vaccines the CDC cheaper shovel Lansky tells the national foundation for infectious diseases flu shots are doubly important this year the low level of flu activity last season could set us up for earth's been severe season this year things like masking and social distancing help slow the spread of respiratory diseases last year but officials are worried because a virus called RSV that usually hits the young kids in the winter came roaring back in the summer as

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Merck says COVID-19 pill cuts risk of death, hospitalization

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Merck says COVID-19 pill cuts risk of death, hospitalization

"Two leading infectious disease experts say it's encouraging news that Merck has gotten good results from its experimental drug to treat to cope with nineteen patients White House Kobe advisor Dr Anthony Fauci says the report from work gives hope of a life saving treatment that people could take as a pill of importance is that in the placebo group there were eight deaths and in the treatment group there were no deaths Merck says it will soon be asking the U. S. food and drug administration to approve the drug's use Vanderbilt university's Dr William Schaffner says it works like Tama flew stopping the virus from replicating ended something patients could get from a drug store at the moment people who are newly infected have to come to special treatment centers to receive their intravenous infusions an independent group of advisors monitoring Merck's trial recommended stopping it early because the results were so strong I'm Jackie Quinn

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Experts Say Americans Will Likely Have to Live With the Virus Forever

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Experts Say Americans Will Likely Have to Live With the Virus Forever

"So here's the headline experts. Say america will now likely have to learn to live with the virus in the early days of the pandemic says. Abc news experts kept a close watch on the number of new cases. Seemed like there was an effort to just eradicate the virus but now public health and infectious disease. Experts are shifting their metric of success with vaccines still highly protective against severe illness. Experts said we should focus less on cases and instead on how many people are being hospitalized or

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Americans Deserve the Truth About Peter Daszak and Anthony Fauci

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Americans Deserve the Truth About Peter Daszak and Anthony Fauci

"Does that say for our public. Health officials that someone like peter desk is able to insert himself is able to put himself into what is supposed to be a scientific journal and published a statement that covers his own interests but actually have has lose focus on china and focus on masks or vaccines are mass inoculation. The wuhan institute of veracity received six hundred thousand dollars from a five year three million plus grant that vanity fair said eko health alliance. Stop from wire. Where did they get it from the us national institute of allergy and infectious diseases. Which is headed up by tony. Thoug- so tony. She gave dacix the money to the eco health. Alliance the echo health alliance. Then gave it to the wuhan into the variety and they're they're then trading love letters like pen pals in their email saying hey thanks pal for covering our back year because we don't want people to know that we were actually involved in pushing the natural order in putting science of above morality that actually ended up having a leak which is now infected. The entire planet. Dr peter data if you go to ito eko health alliance dot org. It shows this long bio from him. And you start to realize that this man might have the disguise or the camouflage of being a medical doctor with dr. peter. Dasent is the ultimate mad evil. Scientists is the man behind the man that coordinates all of the things that foul. She can't do because technically he's restrained as being a government. Employee data is able to call the prime ministers of other countries. He's able to orchestrate lockdown type programs.

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NIAID Still Funds EcoHealth Alliance With Taxpayer Dollars, Even After Receiving PPP Loans

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 2 months ago

NIAID Still Funds EcoHealth Alliance With Taxpayer Dollars, Even After Receiving PPP Loans

"Now. Here's this article by Natalie Winters. Today. Various National Institute of Health agencies, including Anthony Fauci is National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases have funded over 250 studies authored by researchers at institutions controlled by China's People's Liberation Army. The national pulse can excludes exclusively reveal. Excuse me. Now you'll remember the People's Liberation Army That's led by General Lee. Who's He? General Millie's buddy, right? We've learned that a couple of weeks ago And apparently, there's a former Trump officials saying none of this is pretty much the par for the course. And I'm going to get into that one in a moment. But going back to this following this unique investigation into the origins of scientists scientific research papers, the whopping level of collaboration with the Chinese military will further concerns in the United States at the political class has surrendered to the Communist Party in China. Wow. Last week, it emerged that the ranking general in the United States armed forces agreed to tip off China in advance of a U. S led attack. Now we heard about that and again, my wow somewhat. Incredulous, right? I mean, it wasn't fake. I really I find this hard to believe, even though I know what's happening right in front of my face because I'm so disappointed. That Americans are rolling over this way for Communists. The unearth studies from the National Institutes of Health Online database expand upon the people's Liberation already the P L. A to their ties with the Wuhan Institute of Virology, and this was unearthed by the national policy. Of 265 Studies identified by national Pulse. The Chinese military entity most frequently appearing on studies, funded by the NIH, is the Beijing based General Hospital, a subsidiary of the Army's joint logistic support. Force of the Central Military Commission. And again this is the

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Health Official: Booster Use May Be Expanded

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Health Official: Booster Use May Be Expanded

"Federal health experts say an FDA advisory panel's decision on booster shot is a preliminary step and they're predicting broader approval coming up for most Americans top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci says people under age sixty five who may not be authorized right away for Kobe booster shots shouldn't be concerned on NBC's meet the press about he says he expects boosters will be phased in just like the initial vaccines were the next category is people eighteen to sixty four who on the basis of institutional or occupational and that's what you're talking about people who might be exposed based on what their occupation is health care providers people who are an essential job and he says the most important step in ending this latest cope with surges for people to get their initial shots Jackie Quinn Washington

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Emory to Update Med School Curriculum to Include Climate Risks

Climate Connections

01:11 min | 2 months ago

Emory to Update Med School Curriculum to Include Climate Risks

"Climate change increases the risks of many health problems such as heat stroke and asthma despite this my peers and i as we sat in our first year medical school lecture halls. We really heard. No mention of this whatsoever. A malign laney is a student at the emory university school of medicine on their own time. She and another student studied the connections between climate change and health and they look for opportunities in their classes. Where these connections could be taught. We ended up really one by one going through every single lecture. We ever went through throughout our medical school curriculum. They developed a proposal to integrate climate change content into the standard course of study for first year medical students. For example in a class on geriatric medicine students could learn about the growing risk of dehydration and heat stroke for older adults when studying infectious diseases. They can learn. How warming affects the spread of mosquito borne diseases. Emory university approved their proposal. So faculty and students are now working together to make sure. Tomorrow's physicians are better prepared to practice medicine in a warming

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White House Offers Nicki Minaj Call to Answer Vaccine Questions

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

White House Offers Nicki Minaj Call to Answer Vaccine Questions

"The White House has offered to school of rap star after she posted incorrect information about the cool bit nineteen vaccine the Biden administration is trying to get Nicki Minaj back on key when it comes to claims about side effects of the coronavirus vaccine not got attention this week by posting an unverified claim that a cousin's male friend in her native Trinidad took the shot and ended up impotent and with swollen **** infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci says there's no way that's possible and the White House is looking to seven on straight it's part of an effort by the feds to address lingering concerns about the vaccine or not says she is open to talking with health experts I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Who Is Exempt From Biden’s Vaccine Mandate?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:34 min | 2 months ago

Who Is Exempt From Biden’s Vaccine Mandate?

"Who's exempt from biden's vaccine mandate members of congress and their staff are exempt from biden's vaccine mandate newsweek dot com biden issued two executive orders however biden's order on federal workers applies to the employees of the executive branch the house of representatives and the senate belong to separate legislative branch and the courts judicial branch of the federal government. The plan says quote building on the president's announcement in july to strengthen safety requirements for unvaccinated federal workers. The president has signed an executive order to take those actions. A step further inquire all federal executive branch workers to be vaccinated. Now when you look into some of the commentary regarding this vaccine mandate it's stunning to see how the propagandists in the media. They're not just at war with the unvaccinated which by the way every person starts out unvaccinated like a normal breathing healthy functioning individual. It's the new social caste system you star on yourself. You are the unvaccinated get over here. You're not allowed to our restaurants. You're the unwashed which many of most of whom by the way are black people so here you see again the racism of white liberals in the ruling class that want nothing to do with black people hispanic people but this one clip from sheryl gay stolberg where she says. Look getting vaccine. It's not a personal choice. It's something that we do for the community. Your personal choice ends. Were my right tanaka killed by infectious. Disease begins okay. Well sheryl gay stolberg under that belief by. They're going to use the same sort of narrative to confiscate guns very soon just so we're clear public health. There's no guarantee for you. Sheryl gay stolberg when you get in the car. You might not become one of thirty five thousand automobile fatalities every single year. No guarantee part of life in part of living in a free society means that things might happen to you that you might not expect. That's what a mature society does instead. The new york times health reporter says that there's no personal choice. I'm gonna tell you what to do because of me. Do you notice that the argument here has now flipped. Originally the moral argument that was being made was go get vaccinated for the people around you to save your grandmother to save your grandfather to go save other people or at the very least get vaccinated because you'll be protected however now the argument is changing. Now you have to get vaccinated to protect me

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"infectious disease" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:18 min | 2 months ago

"infectious disease" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy. We just just don't yet know how this is going to play out with one exception. This virus will find you. If you're not, uh, previously vaccinated and protected, or if you've not had natural infection or protected, this virus will find you. Michael Osterholm at the University of Minnesota likens the pandemic to a wildfire, saying it wants to burn all the human would it can. Bloomberg's Michelle Cortez spoke to many infectious disease experts and Most seem to agree this decline that's starting now is not going to be the end of the outbreak. They're expecting that we're going to have rising cases going throughout the fall and the winter in the Northern Hemisphere. We actually have a couple of countries that are more than 90% vaccinated, a handful that are over 80% vaccinated and dozens that are more than 70% vaccinated. Which you'll remember was the original goal right to get to herd immunity. And now we have, you know dozens of countries that are falling into these ranges, and yet all of them are experiencing the surges in cases. Experts tell Bloomberg Michelle Cortez, they expect more outbreaks to close schools and hospitals to once again become overwhelmed. You can read more in today's big take on the Bloomberg Terminal and online at Bloomberg dot com. Let's turn from the pandemic. Now. The corporate news Today's big story comes out of China, where the regulatory crackdown shows no signs of slowing. Now Beijing is reportedly looking to break up Alipay, the lending business of ant group. We'll get more from Bloomberg. Daybreak Asia anchor Brian Curtis in Hong Kong. We knew the regulators wanted and to separate its lending businesses from the payments out, but the FTC says they want to go a step further, The paper says Aunt will need to split it swab and Jeb lending businesses into an independent app. In addition and will be forced to turn over user data for lending decisions to a new credit scoring joint venture that JV will be partly state owned tech stocks sold down in Hong Kong, suggesting this news had not yet been discounted. You're not going. Brian Curtis Bloomberg Daybreak. Right, Brian? Thank you back here in the U. S. Friday's court ruling on Apple's APP store saw shares of the company fall 3%. But Apple is calling the ruling a win. And now I think games is appealing the decision. We get the latest live from Bloomberg's ready to Young. Good Morning, Renee to Good morning Karen Epics appeal follows a judge mostly siding with Apple on the majority of epic's claims, and in the issue that the center of the lawsuit, she did not rule that Apple needs to restore fortnight to its APP store or epics. Apple developed Her account. The judge did, however, say Apple engaged in some anti competitive conduct. And now for the first time all developers can include a button in their apps to let users pay for transactions online, circumventing apples fees. Live in New York. I'm Renita Young Bloomberg Daybreak, Thanks for Anita and shaping up to be another big week for Apple. The company unveils its latest iPhones at an event tomorrow. In addition to the handset samples expected, announced new watches, laptops and audio products. You're listening. The Bloomberg daybreak Yes, and six of seven on Wall Street. Let's bring in Michael Bar to find out what else is going on in New York and around the world, John Thank you very much, sir..

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Is Calorie Information Helpful? With Dr Giles Yeo

Food for Thought

02:02 min | 2 months ago

Is Calorie Information Helpful? With Dr Giles Yeo

"It's an interesting time. Let's put it that way in the uk. It's been a crazy kind of year and at the moment menus are soon going to be full of calories. Now you've got to count about calories. And i was wondering if you think that this should be becoming part of the conversation is a good thing a bad thing. You know i'm gonna give you maybe a surprisingly nuanced answer. I think clearly we are in a middle of a situation in which the vast majority of noncommunicable diseases not infectious diseases we are clearly in the middle of infectious disease pandemic but non infectious diseases that we face today are diet related. Okay this is true so clearly. There's something about our food environment and how we interact and how our relationship with food which needs fixing and part of that is more information. And i think that is probably going to be helpful. But is the calorie. The right information to have i guess is is the question i'm going to give a depends on what we using it for so my colleagues here in cambridge that this is not was not work. That was done by me. They have shown that calorie information at point of purchase. Your coffee shop for example you walk by and the muffin is four hundred calories type of thing that that that information on average makes a person eight percent less likely to buy the food and hence presumably consume consumed the food. So i think what calorie information does at point of purchase in cafes restaurants is to give people pause for thought it makes people think i do i do. I need this food. Not case there is some use bought. Is it useful as a piece of information to let you know how healthy something is if something four hundred calories does it mean as healthy is. It's healthiest something. That's five hundred calories and there is going to be no.

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"infectious disease" Discussed on The Bio Report

The Bio Report

03:28 min | 3 months ago

"infectious disease" Discussed on The Bio Report

"So we provide any sort within twenty four hours of sample received. So if you add the time it takes to fedex. A sample here to redwood shores in california. You're talking about a forty eight hour toll turnaround time for the majority of our customers. My guess is. This isn't being used for surveillance but really diagnosis. If how early in the progress of a infection can this detect. The pathogen is such an important question. We had a data set come out last year associated with one of the transplant meetings and that data set that we in stem cell transplant patients specifically that an in stem cell transplant patients. And i believe this was a pediatric cohort danny in those pediatric stem cell patients. We're actually able to identify infected and an active infection before it was even clinically observable.

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New York Post: Wuhan Lab Documents Show Fauci ‘Untruthful’ About Gain-of-Function Research

Mark Levin

01:28 min | 3 months ago

New York Post: Wuhan Lab Documents Show Fauci ‘Untruthful’ About Gain-of-Function Research

"Now there is a breaking story. And I'll use it from the New York Post. It's another publications as well. Wuhan Lab documents show Fauci untruthful about gain of function research critics How he has been accused by critics of lying after newly released documents appear to contradict his claims. At the National Institute of Health did not fund gain of function. Research at China's Wuhan lob. Included in the trove of documents is a previously unpublished grant. He proposal that is grant proposal that Echo Health Alliance. That was the group which is run by Peter Dacic. That was the guy Filed with Foulke's National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease. Fauci has repeatedly insisted that now each funding of the Wuhan lab does not constitute as Gain of function Research, which modifies the biological agent. In the case of a virus could increase its transmissibility or or very Linse, which, of course it did. And so, um The grant proposal included in the documents for a project titled Understanding The Risk of Bat Coronavirus, Emergence. Which involves screening thousands of bad samples, as well as people who work with the live animals for novel coronavirus is the outlet said. The 3.1 million Grant was awarded for a five year period between 2014 and 2019 after the funding was renewed in 2019. It was suspended by the Trump administration in April,

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Dr. Cassandra Pierre on COVID-19 in Massachusetts

Radio Boston

01:54 min | 3 months ago

Dr. Cassandra Pierre on COVID-19 in Massachusetts

"With us. Today dr cassandra. Peer returns dr piers acting hospital epidemiologist and an infectious diseases physician at boston. Medical center welcome back. Dr pierre great to be here and we have a new addition to ask the docs this week. Dr eileen costello. The chief of ambulatory pediatrics. Also at boston medical center dr castillo. Nice to have you join us. Welcome to ask the doctors my pleasure being here all right so dr pierre. I'm going to start with you. We are seeing we. We've got this these competing data points. Okay we're seeing an increase in cases in massachusetts roughly seventeen percent more cases in the state last week over the week before according to the state's department of public health at the same time the commonwealth is still ranked forty fourth among us states where corona virus is spreading the fastest. So most states have it worse than we do right now weighing those two kind of data points. How concerned are you about delta right now in massachusetts. Well i think he really to let go of the concern You know we're in a point whereas you've been mentioning. Schools are reopening. Some businesses are reopening as well and many have been incredibly thoughtful about the plans for reopening in terms of distancing and vaccine recommendations and masks But you know as we come back from labor day weekend. There's always the concern of having an intensifying number of cases that is spread within those work school and then social networks The nice thing. Well the thing that we have to fall back on as are higher relative relatively higher vaccination rates so our hope is that we will not see an increase as high as we did last fall and winter however there is some evidence that there probably will be a continued increase in november of cases that we see.

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"infectious disease" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

07:08 min | 4 months ago

"infectious disease" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"It for free all right guys if you wanna get shredded. This is the guy for you. Take care and be legendary. But i think what people forget. Is that the closest proximity of infectious diseases to the brain barrier is in perry dental diseases. And that's been wrongly associated with alzheimer's disease. Everybody welcome to another episode of healthy. I am joined today by dr j. at lumbar jay. Thank you so much for joining me. Today it's a pleasure to be here. Thank you dude. I'm really excited to go into this You are bringing together a lot of different things in your field. I'm used to dealing with holistic people when it comes to nutrition when it comes to Metabolic health but your sort of the first person. I've come across. That's bringing similar areas together when we look at neurological conditions. And so as a. I guess a flag post here for everybody in the audience. We're going to go on pretty epic journey. I think today regarding what impacts the brain negatively some of the neurological disorders. That are cropping up. Like mad and what we can do to fix them and let's get really specific about what your core hypothesis and it'll be interesting to see because there's actually for how impressive i find you. There is precious little Interview material out there on you. And so i could watch your thinking evolving in real time as i watch these interviews and so the sort of last guideposts that i had in terms of what you were talking about publicly was that. Hey i think that we what we may have is A pathogenic problem in the gut that is making its way to the brain through leaky brain and that may be causing you very specifically said i have a hypothesis is caused by Seedorf and that was as of last guidepost. Was the thing that you said that people were really pushing back on. And is that still where you're at or will it's evolved since then so i'm glad to have to be right now because i think c diff One of the issues with correlating infectious disease with neurological diseases. Is there's two questions. Basically the first question is are they come. Morbid conditions not necessarily being causal mean that you can see patients that have infectious disease like c diff Doesn't necessarily mean that that those infectious diseases are causing neurological problems. So what are the gaps in our understanding is how specifically do infectious. Diseases actually lead to neurological injury. That sort of you know one. Big step that had evolved my thinking to establish you know i won't say the word quiz -ality but but pathogenic mechanisms at overlap between infectious diseases and neurological problems. And the second thing that i kind of had to backpedal on i thought that it was c. Diff was the primary smoking gun That's why i'm glad that among this Coal with you today. Because i don't think it's a single infection i think it's a multitude of chronic infectious diseases Whether it's a combination of bacterial fungal as well as viral diseases lime disease I'm an astute listening to my patients so my patients telling me that there's a connection between When they developed a her paddock infection or lime disease thereafter developed. You know ms symptoms I saw paying attention and not being dismissive of what patients told me. They thought the connection was between infectious disease in a neurological problem. Yes so if your former hypothesis and and you were very clear that this was a hypothesis. And every time i've ever heard you speak very metered Which i love but also like that. You're not afraid to have a hypothesis that you're pursuing so is now you're thinking that basically that we're getting these neurological symptoms. We think that we need to focus entirely on the brain but really the effects on the brain are merely a a symptom of a pathogen that has intruded somewhere else whether it be from a tick bite. And it's lime disease or whether it be from your diet and You're you've caused disruption in your microbiome and now c. diff overpopulate is. Is that the all of this pathogen related or is there a potentially something else. Yes so first of all. I'm glad that that That this hypothesis. This is a theory right. And it's it's it should not. I do not want to credit for the theory. I mean there's plenty of publications from nature from all sorts of steam journals. That have actually asked this question. You know is alzheimer's and infectious disease and other noor jam. Diseases parkinson's so i. I don't wanna take credit for this theory. That's number one number two. Is i think that the way my thinking is evolved regarding this hypothesis is to try to explore. How specifically does any infection produced neurological problems so might in regards to how my thinking is involved I think that these conditions are ultimately vascular based meaning that Inflammatory conditions infectious diseases Bad lifestyle insulin. Resistance hypertension All converge on the endothelium on on blood vessels basically the walls of blood vessels And that is sort of the underlying mechanism of neurological injury that connects all these epa genetic factors to neurological diseases like last parkinson's and alzheimer's disease. So you know in the old days back You know in the nineteen nineties. When finished my neurology residency. We would see on on. Mri studies when i out because it was. You know that in those days arrived just being introduced we would see all sorts of changes. Schemic changes changes like like we call mini strokes or vascular changes In various areas of the nervous system so for instance parkinson's disease patients. We would see evidence of what's called. Small vessel ischemic disease. What is this something nickname. He means lack of blood flow interruption of blood flow and we still see these changes. If we do a emory's on alzheimer's patients who are in patients with ls We see what would a call these unidentified bright these you be oes that the radiologist kind of comment on and they say differential diagnosis could be. It could be lyme disease. It could be just age related white matter changes. But what what all those things actually mean in principle is that whatever..

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"infectious disease" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

02:02 min | 11 months ago

"infectious disease" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Allergy and Infectious Disease, said that we will continue to see the virus mutate as it spreads. That means that we as a government that companies all of us that are in this together. We'll have to be nimble to be able to just adjust readily. To make versions of the vaccine that actually are specifically directed towards whatever mutation is actually prevalent at any given time. Dr Fauci also said that in the meantime, we must continue to vaccinate as many people as we can as quickly as we can mutations occur because the virus has a playing field as it were to mutate. If you stop that, and stop the replication of viruses cannot mutate if they don't replicate. All three members of the White House Cove in 19 Task Force urged the public to remain steadfast and taking measures to lessen the spread of the disease, namely, wearing a mask, staying 6 FT apart. Avoiding crowds and unventilated space is And refraining from travel. All of these measures decrease the spread of the virus and therefore decrease conditions that lead to virus variants. Meanwhile, Nebraska health officials said the state could be days away from lifting restrictions on indoor gatherings, citing a low percentage of covert 19 hospitalizations. Other states. Seeing declining infections are also loosening limitations on restaurants and other businesses, though experts have warned the public to stay vigilant about masks and social distancing or risk further surges. While the rollout of vaccines has been slow. President Joe Biden has pledged to deliver one million injections in his 1st 100 days in office and suggested as possible the U. S could reach 1.5 million shots per day. I didn't talk to reporters outside of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center earlier this week and maintain that his $1.9 Trillion Cove.

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"infectious disease" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"infectious disease" Discussed on WTVN

"Afternoon whether is powered by the basement doctor mostly clear now 41 in Hilliard, 42. Your severe weather station news radio 6 10 W TV and another warning about the spread of Corona virus in Ohio, Thursday's update to the Corona virus advisory map and 13 counties to the red classifications, noting high spread in their communities. Now 56 in the States 88 counties in the red covering 86% of the state's population, Governor Mike DeWine noted where most of the spreads happening now, schools are continuing to do a great job social gatherings, including weddings and funerals, and parties and people's homes. Is really where we're seeing much of the spread. Ohio also set another record for the number of single day covert 19 cases. Nearly 5002 infections were reported Thursday, the third day in a row. The number of new cases statewide has topped 4000. The wind Thursday also announced new leadership for the Ohio Department of Health ABC Sixes. Kaylie Gunderson's to Stephanie Macleod will take over as director and Bruce Vanderhof is the state's new chief medical officer. Dr Vanderhof said all infectious disease work within Ohio health reports to him. I am very, very confident not only in my ability to connect with the infectious disease experts around state of Ohio but also around the nation among a list of medical achievements to one, said Vanderhof Prepared Ohio Health. To deal with Ebola and the H one n one flew. Macleod comes in from her position as director of the Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation Anxieties building among those who will run the country for the next four years. His vote counts continue in the presidential race. Trump supporters holding stop the steel rallies in states where votes are still being counted. In Philadelphia streets packed with protesters. Police using barricades to separate dueling rallies,.

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"infectious disease" Discussed on Columbus Concerns

Columbus Concerns

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"infectious disease" Discussed on Columbus Concerns

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"infectious disease" Discussed on Medicine, We're Still Practicing

Medicine, We're Still Practicing

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"infectious disease" Discussed on Medicine, We're Still Practicing

"Of course, , I my friend and Co host Dr Steven Tailback. . He's a quadruple board certified doctor of internal medicine, , Pulmonary Disease Critical Care, , and neuro critical care and he's on the front lines of the covert battle out in California, , for which we are eternally grateful Steve How you doing. . Thanks remotely tuning in. . Hey Bill. . Good to see. . And a very special guest Dr Kristen Mufid. . She's an associate physician in the Pediatric Infectious Disease Division at Boston Children's. . Hospital. . And she's a multiple award winning physician and professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical. . School. . Christie is also affiliated with Brigham and Women's Hospital She's certified in general pediatrics and Infectious Diseases by the American board of Pediatrics Doctor Moffett. . We'd like to thank you for breaking away in. . Joining us today. . All right. . Thanks for having me. . Tell me how is Boston Children's focused change during this virus Boston Children's like every hospital in Boston March and early April were all frenzied months as we were preparing like hospitals I'm sure all around the world for what we were anticipating to be a surge in Cova infected patients. . It became fairly clear relatively early in the pandemic with data coming. . Out of China that children did not seem to be suffering the same severity from this infection as older individuals in adults did we were not completely sure whether or not that data would hold true as the virus swept across the world. . Luckily, , that has actually held true but that should not be taken it all to mean that children don't get sick from this some children do get sick. From . this some do require hospitalization in some studies up to a third of children who require hospitalization require ICU, , level care. . So Boston Children's was in a unique position in Boston as you know, , Boston has an abundance of hospitals for people to choose from excellent hospitals, , all of them, , but Boston Children's is the only free standing children's hospital. . There are several other children's hospitals in Boston but they all. . have their physical spaces, , their units, , their hospital beds contained within larger hospital systems that treat adults. . So a decision was made within the city for Boston Children's to be able you take care of all the after patients in Boston who required hospitalization so that the deatrich beds in those other hospitals that were within adult hospitals could be committed to carrying for adults with cooking seems like a good. . Plan well, , even you just mentioned that children are substantially less susceptible to this virus than people at risk of the children who do get seriously affected by this virus apparently more than seventy five percent of the fatalities in children related to this virus are those of minorities? ? Can you explain why that's happening? ? Yeah. . That is very true. . The disproportionate effects that this infection has had on black and individuals. . That has been seen in adults is playing out very much children as well, , and that's true. Both . of Acute Kobe infections, , and then as you may know, , we were all surprised in the pediatric. . Rome to start to understand this other entity called MISC or multi system inflammatory syndrome in children that seems to be overwhelming inflammation that occurs in children largely two to four weeks after a covert infection. . So both acute colon and MISC are impacting minority populations in pediatrics substantially two ways that the most likely explanation is that children are most likely exposed in their households in in their communities, , and those are exactly the households in the communities in which the adults are suffering the most serious consequences in highest incidents of covid nineteen infection. . So I think that children really very much are reflective of that. . So interesting statistic when you look at it, , I know from the adult side, , we certainly see in that population, , there's a lot of multifamily housing multiple families living under one roof and that sort of social crowding a seems to have an impact but also of those people who are not financially immune. . So to speak from the virus in that, , they must go to work every day to feed their family. . You can't be you know a day laborer and do. . It via zoom, , you actually need to show up in in any time. . There is that expectation. . There's not going to be a lot of social distancing at the workplace in. . So we think that lower socioeconomic in general would be forced to continue their work in their jobs. . In spite of the fact that the risks remain the same and the statistic is not percentages of people who get the virus it is a death toll of people who have the virus. . So, , is it biological that affects them differently or lifestyle or food or? ? Those are all definitely hypotheses that still frankly require investigation and I think that there may even be a multifactorial. . For it. . That is along the lines of what Stephen was mentioning is a difference in access to healthcare for these affected populations as well. . It certainly is possible that there may be a biological explanation, , our hospital in coalition with. . The other hospitals are studying the genetics of children who are impacted by either severe ovid infection or by MISC but there isn't anything clearly being born out yet in terms of solid genetic reasons that make me immune response to these affected populations different. . Necessarily, , there's still some work to be done there. . But as you suggested to bill the underlying potential complicating factors that might be called co morbidity in some are also higher in these populations and make them at higher risk in more susceptible to more severe sequentially of this infection. .

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"infectious disease" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"infectious disease" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Nation's top infectious disease expert says a covert 19 vaccine likely will not be widely available in the U. S until several months into next year. Dr Anthony Fauci told The Washington Post that all the more we need to find ways to make sure spikes in Corona virus cases can be avoided when we get these blips of cases Will be able to more easily contained them rather than have these surges of cases, which tend to get out of control easily the way we've seen recently in places like Florida and Texas and California. Over 19 infections are taking a lasting toll on people. A CDC study found 35% of people with Corona virus that were able to self treat. We're not at the usual level of health 2 to 3 weeks after testing For 18 to 34 year old with no underlying health issues, One in five were still feeling ill weeks later. The Trump White House is pushing back on warnings from cities that do not want federal law enforcement agents like those in Portland, Oregon, mayors from Seattle to Chicago to DC are threatening legal action should heavily armed unidentified federal agents try to quell any racial protests in their cities. The prosecutor in Baltimore is threatening to arrest them at the White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany Emphasizing the aim is to protect federal buildings. The federal government has a sworn duty to uphold the laws of the United States through field offices and federal facilities across the country. These agents protect and serve the American people. Yet the rhetoric of the left undermines our justice system issue boils over nightly in Portland, though the administration is considering deployments to other cities. Bob Costantini Washington, South Texas says it's ready for a tropical storm Hanna that's likely to strengthen into her. McCain before making landfall later on Saturday and barbecue sack..

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"infectious disease" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"infectious disease" Discussed on AP News

"Infectious disease expert for urging communities to be cautious about re opening schools president trump has been urging governors to reopen businesses and schools tend very little impact on young people but that's not certain yet with the serious inflammatory syndrome appearing in some children which doctors believe is linked to covert nineteen trump suggested students based risks every day going to school well something happened perhaps but you know you can be driving to school in some bad things can happen to trump also criticized his own task force advisor Dr Anthony Fauci who's cautioned against moving too quickly in sending students back to class he wants to play all sides of the equation he's called back to his remarks to the Senate unacceptable Jackie Quinn Washington president trump says it's time to start re opening the nation's schools saying the country won't really be back in business until kids are back in the classroom president trump in continuing his push for virus restrictions to be lifted is calling on governors to take steps to reopen schools blasting his own infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci who cautioned that moving too quickly could backfire to me it's not an acceptable answer especially when it comes to school is the only thing that would be acceptable as I said his professors teachers etcetera over a certain age I think they ought to take it easy for another few weeks trumpet knowledge is there is a risk in sending kids back to school but suggests that risk is low these young people these are students young students are in great shape in New York three children have died and more than eighty have developed a mysterious inflammatory condition that affects blood vessels and organs which could be linked to to cope with nineteen Jackie Quinn Washington a personal tragedy for popular singer you the singer says her son Beckett cipher has lost his battle with opioid addiction in a statement Etheridge says with the loss of her twenty one year old son she joins the.

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"infectious disease" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"infectious disease" Discussed on WJR 760

"Top infectious disease expert during the hearing felt she answer questions about the possibility of the death toll being higher than the numbers being reported the number is likely higher I I don't know exactly what but almost certainly is higher about using a vaccine will mostly likely not be ready in time for schools to reopen in the fall if this were a situation where we had a vaccine that would really be the end of the issue in a positive way but as I mentioned in my opening remarks even at top speed we're going we don't see a vaccine playing in the ability of individuals to get back to school this term Michigan health officials reporting four thousand six hundred and seventy four deaths and forty eight thousand twenty one cases of corona virus in the state that is up ninety deaths from yesterday the debate on governor Whitmer's emergency orders are headed to court former U. S. attorney Barbara quite telling the child them she thinks in the end the courts will uphold the governor's orders under the constitution she has acted appropriately now people can certainly disagree with that if they would like to change the law the legislature has the power to do that but under the law of Michigan I I think that these lawsuits are being filed are weak and likely to fail although I will say I applaud the lawsuit because I think that's the way that we as Americans should resolve our dispute Catholic masses will begin later this month in the diocese of Detroit.

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"infectious disease" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q

Mayo Clinic Q

16:21 min | 1 year ago

"infectious disease" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q

"Coming up on Mayo Clinic. Qna The last day in the United States the number of cases increased by forty percent or oh new corona virus questions answered by an infectious disease specialist that we are indeed seeing more and more cases and evidence of wider spread community transmission in various parts of the nation. How can you safely isolate? When you're tight quarters. They get their own bedroom. They don't come out of that room without a mass. They're not having dinner face to face with the others in the family. What's the best plan for recovering? If you're diagnosed with the virus get enough. Sleep adequate nutrition copper exercise in this case outdoors. It's really a question about what? What about the people who have symptoms? Most of them can be managed at home. And what's the latest on medicines for people who've contracted cove in nineteen? This is really been the race if you will. Because it's GonNa take a long time to develop there are a number of them in clinical but nothing has been published that would tell us definitively yet answers to these and other covert nineteen questions next on Mayoclinic. Qna hello.

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"infectious disease" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

Mayo Clinic Radio

16:21 min | 1 year ago

"infectious disease" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

"Coming up on Mayo Clinic. Qna The last day in the United States the number of cases increased by forty percent or oh new corona virus questions answered by an infectious disease specialist that we are indeed seeing more and more cases and evidence of wider spread community transmission in various parts of the nation. How can you safely isolate? When you're tight quarters. They get their own bedroom. They don't come out of that room without a mass. They're not having dinner face to face with the others in the family. What's the best plan for recovering? If you're diagnosed with the virus get enough. Sleep adequate nutrition copper exercise in this case outdoors. It's really a question about what? What about the people who have symptoms? Most of them can be managed at home. And what's the latest on medicines for people who've contracted cove in nineteen? This is really been the race if you will. Because it's GonNa take a long time to develop there are a number of them in clinical but nothing has been published that would tell us definitively yet answers to these and other covert nineteen questions next on Mayoclinic. Qna hello.

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"infectious disease" Discussed on Medicine, We're Still Practicing

Medicine, We're Still Practicing

09:12 min | 1 year ago

"infectious disease" Discussed on Medicine, We're Still Practicing

"Doc. We're back with host Dr Steven Tailback and our very special guest infectious disease specialist Dr Suzanne Donovan when you are dealing with an epidemic. The first phase of an epidemic response is called. Containment containment is based on doing surveillance for cases with having a test to diagnose it and then doing contact tracing. We have been the slowest response. I think of all the countries that have had significant disease including European countries. Now are heartening because if you remember our first show we asked you. Do you think the penetration of the virus will be in this country. And you were very certain. I was very optimistic right very optimistic that we were going to be ahead of the curve our CDC as far better than that of China's proud of the controls right. I was proud of the fact that listen. I'm I'm a very patriotic person. We have I believe the best healthcare delivery system you know in the world. We are the leaders in public in the police response both in the US and injured in internationally to be honest. I'm a little gobsmacked. I hope as we expand testing which we are going to and the coming weeks maybe we can get ahead of the curve again. No I hope I'm wrong. And there's not a lot of community transmission. Tell me a story. Someone walks in the front door of your hospital. What happens at the entrance of her hospital? We have sign `age in multiple languages that ask if they've recently traveled and if they have a fever a cough if they do. They report it to the individual at the entrance in their math. There then escorted to our urgent care or emergency room so we have a measles plan that actually looks at the path of travel which I developed from every point of entry into the institution sore if they are the OB clinic and they're identified as a suspect. We have a path of travel to get them to a triage area if they are in the lobby. We have a path of travel if they are in urgent care. We have path travel so we are adapting our measles plan for the path of travel for outpatients. But it's not just one person coming into the yard at time we have. Let's say you have ten people coming in with a cough and a fever. Tends to ten people get masks. But you can't bring ten people back into the Er if you're already full. What do you do with those people at that time? So at point of entry to R. E. R. Triage area does get a travel history and they actually determine if that individuals the suspect if there is suspect they are put in a negative pressure which means the air is sucked out of the hallway up through a dedicated vent so there's no contamination and the rest of the emergency room there masked they're put in that room and then they're they're going to be evaluated to see if they're Kovic suspect in the future. If we end up getting a surge we will likely activate our pandemic flu plan and adapt it for Kovic. Because they're both very similar to similar and the plan is to have an external an outside screening site. Which is what we did for tint and we have a tent we did that for measles we evaluate them outside. If it's determined that they may be a Kovic suspect then we have a pathway of what we're GonNa do with those individuals so few are someone that looks like you may have corona virus. But you look well. You don't look really sick. You'll get swapped and per CDC in Los Angeles County Public Health guidelines. You'll be sent home to home. Isolation in public health will follow up with you and your test result rightly so we sell right. There should be a mechanism in place by each institution in each clinic to disseminate information. That if you have a fever and cough but you're not shorter breath. You're not feeling dizzy that you stay at home and take care of yourself you know. Push the fluids. Take Tylenol for fever if you have a high fever or you're very short of breath. Then yes it's reasonable to come in and if it's team that you need to be admitted you won't be screened if we have community transmission for covert. Let's talk about healthcare workers. That are at urgent cares because this is probably a place that's even more susceptible than a hospital because everybody who has a cold or cough a flu or anything. Hangnail goes to an urgent care. Now you have a bunch of workers that are in an environment where you really are a target. How they handle themselves now. Same Way the same way you know. Science trump's fear every single time. If you remember if you understand the dynamics of transmission of this virus and there's a lot we don't know but we do know. The single most important predictor is transmission from patients that are coffee bean or have respiratory symptoms. We also know that most hospital or urgent care associated transmission beat from patient to healthcare worker is associated with a lack of what we call hand hygiene or just washing your hands. So healthcare workers get in the habit of masking patients that are coughing and washing their hands. They will prevent the bulk of hospital and Urgent Care Associated Infections. A realize even though we don't have good numbers because not enough people in the. Us have been tested so we have no idea how many cases there really are. It's even though that's the case it's still comparatively small to the flu. So right right the fluid. Hewish salary question but I would make an argument. Every hospital should be tracking what's called influenza like illnesses. That's called allies and they should be tracking than confirm cases. It's very easy for you to look at your allies. And then you're confirmed cases and look at the gap. I suspect if Public Health Los Angeles County looked at the gap at hospitals allies and confirmed cases in the urgent cares in the. They're going to see a dramatic increase in the ones that we don't have an explanation of what the patient asks. I think this virus has already been here in Los Angeles which is an actuality a good thing relative to the panic factor. Yes so let me. Talk just guessing. We have identified. The fact that panic has never saved lives so panic serves no purpose so try not to panic number one number two the idea that perhaps viruses already widespread penetrating in this environment. We not saying that it is I on some level. Hope that it is now. Don't get me wrong. Listen CAREFULLY. I hope that it is because it would imply that. The vast majority of infections are sub clinical mild of no consequence to the individual's life and wellbeing at all and it totally shifts the data to a virus which is not nearly as deadly as we think it is very similar to. H. One on one in Dan. We saw that in the reason why that's important for us to have this. Data is our approach to the. Us epidemic is going to be different without you know without data. We have no idea how to approach exactly sword. We're making guesses we're doing the best we can with the limited information that we have but don't jump the gun with this data because the data is so skewed and it's incomplete is not purposefully skewed. It's skewed because we don't have enough testing available. We don't have enough data available so you see this statistics all the time that one hundred percent of the time so and so missed this test. Or how many patients have you have you tested? We'll was one that got missed so with an end of one hundred percent failure. What does that mean so? Because you don't know what. The relative values are a hundred cases. If this is the only cases that we have in this country are one hundred cases and we have six deaths. Yeah that's frightening. That's six percent mortality. But that's not the that's not reality so we don't jump the gun on this data. Don't get don't get panic stricken faced on doing these calculations because we don't have all the answers clearly if you watch the news. This is something that the media is excited to talk about. So what should I change about my own actions under these circumstances not panicking? But should I change the way I think and act a little bit? You WanNa take care of yourself you WanNa stay healthy as best you. Can you WANNA try to avoid people who are coughing? And don't let them cough on your you know in your face If you have a fever you want to sort of isolate yourself. So you're not infecting other people. I was stopped touching your hands to your your hands to your nose your mouth. You don't want to increase.

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"infectious disease" Discussed on Medicine, We're Still Practicing

Medicine, We're Still Practicing

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"infectious disease" Discussed on Medicine, We're Still Practicing

"Hands. And then you were going to infect other people that you may touch. You may touch surfaces surfaces so what we call might so foam nights like this table here. I didn't wash my hands. I have krone virus. I touch the table and you touch the table and you potentially are exposed. Because I didn't wash my hands but I think it's very clear. The primary route of transmission is from individuals coughing. I think everyone would agree with that. Hissing I have no question that kissing his role if you look at spouses or partners of cases they have a very high rate of secondary infection. Is there anything that can be deduced in this early stage to predict who might have the tendency to spiral downward wind up being on a respirator? And is there anything that we can do to mitigate that risk that you can see this this early in this new disease? I actually just looked at data. So there's the data from China that's been published a New England Journal Medicine and Land Set. And then we have some. Us Data preliminary US date on the first fifteen cases in the United States. So it's very clear that the single most important predictor of patients dying or ending up in the ICU are older patients who have other conditions to find older. While I hate to say it but I would say I would say sustain itself. We probably over fifty over fifty over fifty but it. The mortality rate goes up every ten years. That you're over fifty so one more thing to do some what you were talking about that those people who are At greatest risk of mining up in intensive care It's the elderly the infirm looking to the General Public. And what an individual may do. Is there anything that a general? The general public a healthy individual or even those people who may not be at their optimal health is there anything that they can do to optimize our immunity to help stave off infection. While I'm GonNa say it again frequent hand hygiene or frequent hand washing but that doesn't improve your immunity. I think this is where you're going. There's some very limited data on whether zinc can prevent introduction of corona virus and to respiratory cells correct and one of the things that we We strive to do on. This show is to separate fact from fiction right. Can we look at the data if there is data even anecdote reports and tried to decipher the veracity of information? That's so there's no clinical data that zinc in humans prevents corona virus infection. So remember when people get sick from corona virus. We don't really worry about people that have a cough and a mild fever and no fever enter otherwise healthy we worry about people that develop pneumonia and then the Monja that develops in individuals with corona virus involves typically the lower lobes of the lungs and has very distinctive appearance. If you do a cat scan by the time they get that sick giving zinc is not gonna make a big difference. This is a disease that primarily as Steve mentioned affects older individuals. That's very different from pandemic flu in Nineteen nineteen and h one and one where I saw twenty five year olds and up on a ventilator within twelve hours were not seeing that with young patients. This is a disease that really is gonNA cause its biggest impact on the frail elderly on that note. We're GONNA take a quick break. We'll be right back I WANNA learn everything that there is to know about the filmmaking process. I think part of art is hearing from the artists who create it in the number of different visions a number of different qualifications that have to go into making any film is insurmountable and hearing those stories can be just as exciting and insightful as the themselves certain movies or certain scores certain actors have shaped who. I am as a person have such appreciation for the things that people produce and the work that goes into whether it's a writer who came up with the story general or how the filmmakers were able to take that from the page and put it onto screen and from the actors themselves who are able to kind of bring that all to life all of it is what I wanna hear because it makes me love my favorite movies even more. I'm Scott to law. If you love movies like I do. You're going to love Hollywood.

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"infectious disease" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"infectious disease" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"In order to best prepare yourself to face this this infectious disease just don't be disgusting if you're not disgusting and you're not sneezing all over people or around people who are sneezing all over you and you're washing your hands you're not putting your fingers in your mouth you're rubbing your face if you can just not be gross and disgusting you should be okay so there's no reason to alter your day to day life there's no reason to not go to a large group of fans there's no reason to not go to sporting events in order for you know I don't water for this to really impact our daily lives and we're gonna have to see more than a hundred confirmed cases for three hundred twenty seven million people we are we are but this is a story to keep in mind in the NBA is the first of the four major professional leagues the issue to our knowledge an official coronavirus memo to teams and players utilize space bombs over high fives with fans and avoid taking balls pens jerseys to autograph why what what what what I mean I get it hi fiving that's the way the contract terms yes but people are Germany anyway like what if you're in the state what if you're in one of the thirty six states where there are no reported cases of the corona virus do you still have to abide by these rules I mean you know maybe he's a real good roles in general what why are you just applying in the crowd because this seems like you know if your germaphobe you don't high five fist pump a lot of people do that how a man dell famous Best Buy because there's a germaphobe I actually met how you meant out once I was on the tonight show when I was twelve and tally Mandel yes see I think that in their own lives the up this pre R. was pre social media as you can I find the clip but I was a young sports blogger and I told Jay Leno that steroids in baseball and a very high pitched voice and my voice is high pitched now it was certainly high pitched back then in the mid aughts if you well but I digress fist pump fine don't take pens from strangers fine but these are all just public health state general public health tips necessary coronavirus taps so calm down good your NBA games go for autographs just Donna CJ McCollum for the autograph and you'll be fine so we'll see if other leagues baseball spring training we'll see the NFL for the draft coming up in April issue some precautions but for now go.

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"infectious disease" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"infectious disease" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And and. Infectious disease in general, I think one of my favorite aspects going today camp was when I was younger and having really cool counselors. I mean, they let us have fun, but they're also pretty Bishop Lind and assertive in Judah, creating conflict pet parents they wanna know they have trained staff watching their pet. They want to know that they have really competent people. What are some types of training that counselors have to go through when joining camp by while and how does that kind of contribute to the safe environment? Yeah. So our camp counselors, and this goes can industry standard for for us. We have an entire on boarding process with a training modules videos all on safety dog behavior play hard management. That's what we call it. So using our our voice and our actual touch our bodies in the play arts to monitor those dogs and keep them safe and prevent any altercations or scuffles from happening. So they all go through. That series of training. We also have our counselors go through CPR and first aid training for dogs as well. In the event that something happened. We want them to be able to respond appropriately. So they are required to go through that first aid. And CPR course as well. Wow. That's really important, obviously, we would never want an event tragic event or an emergency event to happen. While your dog said daycare or take him. But if it does you certainly want the peace of mind that they're trained people there that can help. So that's actually that's fantastic. I sometimes going through a doggy daycare doggy, boarding facility hitting tour sometimes helps pet parents feel a little bit more comfortable because they know a centrally where their dog's going to be and they know a little bit about the facility and one of the first things that people may observe during the tour. It's just the cleanliness of the facility what are some ways that aparent parent walking into camp by while we can even. Speak in general can know all right for sure my pets, and I'm very clean facility. Oh, absolutely. So you mentioned tours, and we are always happy to offer tours. 'cause it's important that parents do like to see where's my kiddo gonna play. Where's my kid going gonna take a nap? Whereas my kiddo going to spend their nights or either foods. So we're always happy to do towards on the cleanliness side smell is a big thing. So if you walk into a facility, you don't smell anything, that's fantastic. And that's our what we shoot for is keeping everything very clean in that involves picking up any debris quickly. So making sure that feces urine don't stick around on the floor. Because of course, dogs are gonna Pune football there at camp, they'd have to make sure that's picked up right away and cleaned who make sure that all of our bulls are cleaned our floors picking up hair our turf that we have in a lot of our outdoor yards. All of those things keeping them nice and clean to prevent those smell. That's ki. No, wow. That's great. You know, just when I have seen other boarding facilities and doggy daycare camps and things like that. They are they're incredible. Because they look over every detail and the pets comfort seems to be one of the highest priorities at camp bow. Wow. Are there? Certain little details that people wouldn't think about like hots where hats are not resting on the floor or inventory cards, where they have their likes and dislikes are there things like that at can't buy while where you look over the details of the minutia about keeping pets comfortable. Absolutely. So all of our campers get a cozy cotton soft fleece to lay on in their cabins. So we have very large spaces for them to rest, and then we also keep details cards on them. So we keep that not only in our computer system, but on actual paper that goes with them around the facility. So that everyone knows what are they eating? When are they? Eating. Do they have medication? Do. They have any allergies all of those things to make sure everyone is aware in. So that they can all make sure to keeping not safe. All there at camp. That's fantastic. I like the safety aspect of it, of course, because that's the priority. And of course, you want your pet to be clean facility. But at the end of the day, what her parents want them up pets seemed to enjoy the most is fun. They just literally just wanna have fun. What would you say besides having fun or some of the real tangible benefits to doggy daycare doggy day camp. What do you feel that benefits pets the most the social aspect is so important because our dogs are social creatures, and they like to be around people and for the most part other dogs as well. So instead of being home and being alone all day because most people are out working or traveling things like that, you know being able to be around their own species. But also around humans in getting that hands. On attention. So important for them camp also provides mental stimulation, so it gives them the ability to see new areas. Meet new dog friends every day meet new humans. I get that different visual aspect to us about can provide that mental simulation which helps wear the amount. Even more than just the physical activity of the physical activity is important to think about if your dog's home alone..

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