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FeverWatch Professional Clinical Non-contact Infrared Thermometer - Forehead

The FeverWatc non-contact infrared (IR) clinical thermometer provides a simple, expedient, and accurate way for initial fever screenings by taking the surface temperature of areas on the face such as the forehead or tear ducts. 264 more words

Why A Nurse/Medic Crew Configuration?

Since the inception of air medical transport in the early 1970’s,  the “ideal” crew composition has been the subject of much discussion.  There has been a variety of team types: RN/MD, RN/RN, RN/Medic, RN/RRT, etc.   329 more words

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7 reasons your eyes are blurry

Eyes going bad? Upping your glasses prescription might not be the fix. Blurry vision—things looking hazy, murky, oily, or out of focus—doesn’t always signal a change in your refractive error. 1,190 more words

Eye Health

Decoding a crippling skeletal disorder with exome sequencing

Disclaimer: I was recently part of a science communication workshop held at Trivandrum, Kerala (organized by the British council of India) graced by the lovely Subra Priyadarshini. 570 more words

All Things Science

free Australian webinars on advance care planning and palliative care

Decision Assist is running a series of free webinars on advance care planning and palliative care.

For those of you new to webinars, you can watch the presentation live on the internet and interact with the presenters, or just watch the presentation later. 69 more words

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On HIV and the doctor’s responsibility

Yesterday it was World AIDS day, a day intended to unite people in the fight against HIV. Ahead of this, the advocacy organisation ONE recently published a report entitled… 669 more words

Zika virus might damage vision

Zika may now be linked to serious eye abnormalities that could lead to blindness in Brazilian newborns with microcephaly, according to a study published in JAMA. 706 more words

Eye Health