Because many Americans are experiencing economic and other stressors tied to the pandemic—all while battling a public health threat known to cause lasting heart damage—remaining vigilant with ECG interpretation may be more important than ever.
When you need a reliable path from research to bioprocessing try efficient tools like the Corning® HYPERFlask® cell culture vessel.
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Not everything patients read online about fertility and hormone levels is true. Help your patients make informed choices by busting these common hormone myths.
If you're looking to make holiday travel plans this season, there are a few things to keep in mind as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
As physicians consider whether or not hormone injections should be a part of a patient's infertility care plan, it is important to balance the potential therapeutic benefits with the potential adverse effects of gonadotropin stimulation.
Very often, recruitment and dropoff problems stem from an undersized pipeline of potential participants. When site staff have to manually find patients for trials, or even when automated recruitment solutions don't deliver as promised, it puts the trial's viability at stake, with sites and sponsors in the hot seat. Here's how advanced prescreening can help.
"Everything is hackable" says Kevin Fu, the FDA's new head for medical device security at the Center for Devices and Radiological Health. Like any other connected medical device, ECGs are networked and therefore vulnerable to remote access. When devices are linked to outdated operating systems that no longer have active security support, it becomes even more likely that someone, somewhere will break in.
Women who have had a unilateral oophorectomy can go on to have a healthy pregnancy, but it may require more planning and monitoring to make it happen.
With the many questions patients have about the rare but serious risk of blood clots after COVID-19 vaccination, patient education on vaccines is essential.
Nature recently found that women represented just 15% of senior authors, despite accounting for nearly a third of major grant recipients. Gender disparities, from subtle hiring biases to overt discrimination at work, are at play throughout the STEM ecosystem.