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COVID-19 - India records over 1.5 lakh cases, last 50k in 9 days
eMediNexus, 28 May 2020
#Business And Medicine #Emergency Medicine #Hospital Medicine #Infectious Diseases #Pathology and Lab Medicine
NEW DELHI India crossed 1 5 lakh COVID-19 cases as it registered 6 366 new cases on Wednesday taking the country rsquo s total to 1 54 141 It took 109 ...MORE
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U.S. coronavirus deaths cross 100,000 mark as country reopens
eMediNexus, 28 May 2020
#Business And Medicine #Emergency Medicine #Hospital Medicine #Infectious Diseases #Pathology and Lab Medicine
Over 100 000 people in the United States have been killed by the novel coronavirus as per a Reuters tally on Wednesday The slowdown in deaths has encouraged businesses to reopen across t ...MORE
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FDA Approves Only Drug in U.S. to Treat Severe Malaria
eMediNexus, 28 May 2020
#Business And Medicine #Infectious Diseases #Pathology and Lab Medicine #Pediatrics #Pharmacist
The U S Food and Drug Administration has granted approval for artesunate for injection to treat severe malaria in adult and pediatric patients Treatmen ...MORE
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Medical Voice 26th May 2020
Dr KK Aggarwal, 28 May 2020
#Multispeciality
COVID-19 here to stay till 2021 aggressive testing needed to curb its spread Health expertsGlobal health experts on Wednesday said no ...MORE
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FDA Approves Solifenacin Succinate for a Form of Bladder Dysfunction in Pediatric Patients 2 Years and Above
eMediNexus, 27 May 2020
#Hospital Medicine #Neurology #Pediatrics #Pharmacist #Public Health
The U S Food and Drug Administration has approved VESIcare LS solifenacin succinate oral suspension for the treatment of neurogenic detrusor overactivity NDO a form of bladder dysfun ...MORE
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Hydroxychloroquine safety findings expected by mid-June: WHO
eMediNexus, 27 May 2020
#Business And Medicine #Emergency Medicine #Infectious Diseases #Pathology and Lab Medicine #Pharmacist
The World Health Organization WHO has ensured a quick review of data on hydroxychloroquine probably by mid-June after safety concerns prompted suspension of the drug rsquo s use in a l ...MORE
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