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The gold open access GlobalCE journal publishes high quality, timely, peer-reviewed manuscripts about the intersection of technology, engineering and informatics related to health, wellness, disease management, and patient-care outcomes around the world, with no-fee registration.

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Editor's Corner

David Yadin

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Proposed Calibration of Apheresis Equipment

MARCELO ANTUNES MARCIANO, Anderson Santos, Rodrigo Rezer, William Knob de Souza

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Quality Certification of Medical Devices in Venezuela: Process Developed by Simón Bolívar University, Caracas-Venezuela

Rodrigo Mijares, Néstor Utrera , Zhayda Sierra, Sara González, Rubén Lugo, María Rincón, Raquel Mijares

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The accuracy and feasibility of skeletal muscle measured by semi-automatic three-dimensional MRI VOI method: A study using pig forelimbs

Qing-Qing Zhou , Qian-Qian Hu, Xianfeng Yang, Yu-Chen Chen, Yu-Sheng Yu, Jue Zhang, Qinghong Ma, Gang-Ping Zhou, Hengle Wei, Bing Zhang, Hong Zhang

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A Model for Priority Setting in Health Technology Innovation Policy

Jitendar Sharma, Joske Bunders, Teun Zuiderent-Jerak, Barbara Regeer

Page 24-34

Development of a Biomechatronic Device for Motion Analysis Through a RGB-D Camera

Francesca Pristerà, Alessandro Gallo, Salvatore Fregola , Alessio Merola

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This handbook was written by the clinicians from the First Affiliated Hospital, Zhejiang University School of Medicine (FAHZU) “who just returned from the frontlines of fighting the pandemic.”

The Handbook Editor-in-Chief, Professor Tingbo Liang who is also the Chairman of FAHZU states in the Foreword that “To ensure that this war can be won, we must first make sure that our medical staff is guaranteed sufficient resources, including experience and technologies.”

Download the handbook in English here: https://globalce.org/downloads/Handbook_of_COVID_19_Prevention_en_Mobile.pdf

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Aerosol and Surface Stability of SARS-CoV-2 as Compared with SARS-CoV-1

We evaluated the stability of SARS-CoV-2 and SARS-CoV-1 in aerosols and on various surfaces and estimated their decay rates using a Bayesian regression model (see the Methods section in the Supplementary Appendix, available with the full text of this letter at NEJM.org). SARS-CoV-2 nCoV-WA1-2020 (MN985325.1) and SARS-CoV-1 Tor2 (AY274119.3) were the strains used. Aerosols (<5 μm) containing SARS-CoV-2 (105.25 50% tissue-culture infectious dose [TCID50] per milliliter) or SARS-CoV-1 (106.75-7.00 TCID50 per milliliter) were generated with the use of a three-jet Collison nebulizer and fed into a Goldberg drum to create an aerosolized environment. The inoculum resulted in cycle-threshold values between 20 and 22, similar to those observed in samples obtained from the upper and lower respiratory tract in humans.

Source: https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMc2004973

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Current Issue

Vol. 2 (2020): Special Issue 3: COVID-19

Published: 2020-04-26

Editor's Letter

Editor's Corner

David Yadin

Page 1-2

Special communications

WHO Update Column

Adriana Velazquez

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