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The new breathing therapy method based on short-term intermittent exposure to hypoxia in rehabili...

The current worldwide healthcare focus is on countering acute COVID-19 effects in emergency care patients. However, two distinct SARS-CoV-2 syndrome phases have been already identified: while the first acute phase is characterised by a prevalent respiratory syndrome, the second one which accompanies gradual respiratory syndrome recovery is marked by a prolonged bed rest syndrome and invasive mechanical ventilation sequelae. This means that following the acute infection stage, worldwide health services will have to cope with the significant secondary issue, namely large numbers of patients...

Identifying Predictors of Disease Progression and Tracking Viral Spread in COVID-19 Using Contin...

COVID-19 presents several unique challenges within cardiovascular care. While patients with preexisting CVD appear to be at an increased risk for severe disease and/or death, infection has also been shown to produce a number of CV sequelae, including cardiogenic shock and heart failure, in patients with no known CVD. Further complicating the management of cardiovascular care in COVID-19 are the adverse cardiovascular side effects produced by nearly all investigational therapies currently being tested, as well as, the unknown effects of standard care therapies used for the management of pree...

Efficacity of probiotics on coronavirus in order to overcome upcoming outbreaks

The objective of this project is to develop efficient and resistant probiotic based cleaners to reduce and limit the proliferation of the coronavirus (SARS-Cov-2) responsible of the covid-19 pandemic. Hard surfaces cleaner (dedicated to hospitals and house care cleaning), as well as hands cleaner will be developed based on the synergy between probiotics formulation as well as active natural and environmentally friendly molecules designed for cleaning. Probiotics were shown to have beneficial effect on several viral diseases, while microbial based cleaning products have shown to red...

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