Mindy Mintz Mordecai, founder, CEO of the Esophageal Cancer Action Network (ECAN), shares how the organization has adjusted during the pandemic to keep momentum going toward a cancer-free future for Americans at risk for Esophageal Cancer.
When in a closed state, ureteral orifices may blend into the bladder wall, making them incredibly difficult for urologists to identify. For this reason, researchers developed a deep-learning scheme to assist in identification and tracking.
Over the last four years, the FDA received more than 450 medical device reports describing post-procedure patient infections or other potential contamination issues involving reprocessed urological endoscopes. The agency says it’s investigating potential causes and contributing factors.
A Turkish hospital found a unique way to protect healthcare workers from aerosolization during bronchoscopy in the COVID-19 pandemic. Diagnostic and treatment procedures resumed within a month of lockdown.
Chantel Taylor has a deeply personal survival story to share with patients and the community college students she teaches. She also imparts the most important lesson the pandemic has taught her: ‘Get in there and learn and help take care of these patients. Get in there and make a difference.’
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