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ECRI Institute launches digital resource for coronavirus

The ECRI Institute recently launched its Coronavirus Outbreak Preparedness Center for healthcare providers and hospitals to learn how to protect themselves and their patients. The Center includes guidance on infection prevention and control, checklists, equipment...

Summary of updates to guidelines for managing severe TBI in children

The American Journal of Critical Care has published an article that highlights the most important updates featured in the third edition of the guidelines for the management of pediatric severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). Read...

New treatment for peanut allergy in children

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently approved Aimmune Therapeutics’ Palforzia for children suffering from peanut allergy. Palforzia is intended to help “allergic reactions, including anaphylaxis, that may occur with accidental exposure...

Top heart health apps for nurses

To acknowledge American Heart Month, American Nurse would like to highlight some of the best heart health apps, including some providers can use in their practices: Pulsepoint Pulsepoint “enables citizen superheroes” by providing a network for...

FDA launches mobile app on antiretrovirals

On Jan. 29, the FDA launched an interactive database that will offer a wealth of critical information about antiretrovirals eligible for purchase under the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) program. Read more https://www.fda.gov/news-events/press-announcements/fda-launches-mobile-friendly-database-information-life-saving-hiv-drugs-part-ongoing-mission-empower.

New report puts coronavirus infection count over 75K in Wuhan

A new report indicates that there could be over 75,000 reports of coronavirus infections in Wuhan, China, and almost 10,000 cases across the entire nation of China. Meanwhile, in the United States, three major airlines...

Study examines link between gut health and Parkinson’s

A new study examines the connection between gut health and Parkinson’s Disease (PD). The study explores the idea of gut-brain health, which has become a more relevant idea and has been studied at length...

Taking control of our health: An interview with Scott Greenstone

The American Nurse team is delighted to have had an opportunity to speak with Scott Greenstone, a registered nurse who recently shared his story about beating death with Healthcare Marketer’s Exchange. The American Nurse team...

New treatment for advanced epithelioid sarcoma

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently approved Epizyme, Inc’s tazemetostat (TAZVERIK) for the treatment of adult and pediatric patients with metastatic or advanced epithelioid sarcoma (AES). AES is a rare sarcoma that affects...

Survey reveals 40% of patients with MS stop taking medications because of cost

A new survey conducted by the National MS Society (NMSS) reveals that 40% of respondents “altered or stopped taking their medication” due to the medication(s) high costs. NMSS also highlights that in 2019, the...

Study highlights increases in amount of out-of-pocket spending for maternity care

A recent study published in Health Affairs highlights how much the out-of-pocket (OOP) expenses for maternity care have increased over time. The study examined the costs associated with maternity care between 2008 and 2015 (before...

First FDA approved treatment for thyroid eye disease

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently approved Horizon Therapeutics Ireland DAC’s teprotumumab-trbw (Tepezza) as the first FDA-approved treatment for adults with thyroid eye disease (TED). TED is a rare disorder which causes the...

Increase in confirmed coronavirus cases in US

Over the weekend, there was an increase in the amount of confirmed coronavirus cases to hit the United States; currently, there are five confirmed cases. Additionally, there has been an increase in both the amount...