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Creator: the Oxford COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Group
Subject: Research
Item Type: Publication
Date Last Updated: 2021-03-30
Description: A new variant of SARS-CoV-2, B.1.1.7, emerged as the dominant cause of COVID-19 disease in the UK from November, 2020. We report a post-hoc analysis of the efficacy of the adenoviral vector vaccine, ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 (AZD1222), against this variant.

Transport of Proned_Intubated Patient_final_esp.pdf
Creator: NETEC
Subject: Elementos en Español
Item Type: Guide
Date Last Updated: 2020-12-04
Description: This printable flyer is a Spanish language version of "Transport of a Proned/Intubated Patient." It discusses the process for transporting a proned / intubated patient.

Protect Your Skin this Winter_FINAL_esp.pdf
Creator: NETEC
Subject: Elementos en Español
Item Type: Guide
Date Last Updated: 2020-12-16
Description: This printable flyer is a Spanish language version of "Protect Your Skin this Winter." It provides information for occupational health related to skin care during the winter months of the COVID-19 pandemic. The best offense is a good defense,…

NETEC_WhatTest_020421_Final_esp.pdf
Creator: NETEC
Subject: Elementos en Español
Item Type: Guide
Date Last Updated: 2021-02-02
Description: This printable flyer is a Spanish language version of "COVID-19 Testing 101." It shows the types of tests available for COVID-19 and their differences.

NETEC_VentStrat_Final_101620_esp.pdf
Creator: NETEC
Subject: Elementos en Español
Item Type: Guide
Date Last Updated: 2020-10-15
Description: This printable flyer is a Spanish language version of "Respiratory Support Strategies." It covers different topics in respiratory support strategies.

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Creator: Joyner, Michael J., Rickey E. Carter, Jonathon W. Senefeld, Stephen A. Klassen, John R. Mills, Patrick W. Johnson, Elitza S. Theel, Chad C. Wiggins, Katelyn A. Bruno, Allan M. Klompas, Elizabeth R. Lesser, Katie L. Kunze, Matthew A. Sexton, Juan C.…
Subject: Research
Item Type: Publication
Date Last Updated: 2021-03-18
Description: Convalescent plasma has been widely used to treat coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) under the presumption that such plasma contains potentially therapeutic antibodies to severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) that can be…

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Creator: Keehner, Jocelyn, Lucy E. Horton, Michael A. Pfeffer, Christopher A. Longhurst, Robert T. Schooley, Judith S. Currier, Shira R. Abeles, and Francesca J. Torriani.
Subject: Research
Item Type: Publication
Date Last Updated: 2021-03-23
Description: Data from phase 3 clinical trials of messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccines through November 2020 showed 94.1% efficacy for the prevention of symptomatic severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection at 14 days after the second dose…

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Creator: Benenson, Shmuel, Yonatan Oster, Matan J. Cohen, and Ran Nir-Paz.
Subject: Research
Item Type: Publication
Date Last Updated: 2021-03-23
Description: The surge of coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) around the world and the need for urgent and intensive medical care have weighed heavily on health care systems and hospitals.

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Creator: Yang, Shilong, Yan Li, Lianpan Dai, Jianfeng Wang, Peng He, Changgui Li, Xin Fang, Chenfei Wang, Xiang Zhao, Enqi Huang, Changwei Wu, Zaixin Zhong, Fengze Wang, Xiaomin Duan, Siyu Tian, Lili Wu, Yan Liu, Yi Luo, Zhihai Chen, Fangjun Li, Junhua Li,…
Subject: Research
Item Type: Publication
Date Last Updated: 2021-03-24
Description: Although several COVID-19 vaccines have been developed so far, they will not be sufficient to meet the global demand. Development of a wider range of vaccines, with different mechanisms of action, could help control the spread of SARS-CoV-2 globally.