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  • Coronavirus COVID-19 Update - - - FDA Allows Expanded Use of Devices to Monitor Patients’ Vital Signs Remotely

    Coronavirus COVID-19 Update - - - FDA Allows Expanded Use of Devices to Monitor Patients’ Vital Signs Remotely | site |



    (March 20, 2020) - - Today (March 20, 2020), the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published the following information:

    Today, as part of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s ongoing efforts to address the coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19), the agency issued a new policy that allows manufacturers of certain FDA-cleared non-invasive, vital sign-measuring devices to expand their use so that health care providers can use them to monitor patients remotely. The devices include those that measure body temperature, respiratory rate, heart rate and blood pressure.

    “Allowing these devices to be used remotely can help health care providers access information about a patient’s vital signs while the patient is at home, reducing the need for hospital visits and minimizing the risk of exposure to coronavirus,” said FDA
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  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Telebriefing - - New Vital Signs Report - - - - - -- - Too loud - - - - For Too long

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Telebriefing - - New Vital Signs Report - Too loud! For Too long!





    February 10, 2017


    Atlanta, GA - - (February 7, 2017) - - The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published the following report (transcript is unedited and may contain errors):

    MICHELLE BONDS: Thank you, I would like to thank you all of you for joining us today for the release of the latest CDC vital signs. This one introduces new information about noise induced hearing loss. We are joined by the acting CDC director, Dr. Anne Schuchat. I would like to turn the call over to the doctor Schuchat.

    DR. ANNE SCHUCHAT: thanks so much, and thank you all for joining us for today's vital signs report. Each month, we focus on the latest data about a critical health issue facing our nation and what can be done about it. This month our topic is noise induced hearing loss, there's more than
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  • New Vital Signs Study Finds Noise-related Hearing Loss not Limited to Work Exposure

    New Vital Signs Study Finds Noise-related Hearing Loss not Limited to Work Exposure


    Millions have hearing damage even when hearing perceived as excellent




    February 8, 2017


    Atlanta, GA - - (February 7, 2017) - - According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), unless your hearing is tested, it’s really hard to know if it’s damaged. The CDC reports that a recent survey found that about one in four U.S. adults who say their hearing is good or excellent actually have hearing damage. The CDC says that now the latest CDC Vital Signs report shows that much of this damage is from loud sounds encountered during everyday activities at home and in the community.

    CDC researchers analyzed more than 3,500 hearing tests conducted on adult participants in the 2012 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. They found that 20 percent of people who reported no job-related noise exposure had
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    Coronavirus COVID-19 Update - - - FDA Allows Expanded Use of Devices to Monitor Patients’ Vital Signs Remotely
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    Coronavirus COVID-19 Update - - - FDA Allows Expanded Use of Devices to Monitor Patients’ Vital Signs Remotely | site |



    (March 20, 2020) - - Today (March 20, 2020), the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published the following information:

    Today, as part of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s ongoing efforts to address the coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19), the agency issued a new policy that allows manufacturers of certain FDA-cleared non-invasive, vital sign-measuring devices to expand their use so that health care providers can use them to monitor patients remotely. The devices include those that measure body temperature, respiratory rate, heart rate and blood pressure.

    “Allowing these devices to be used remotely can help health care providers access information about a patient’s vital signs while the patient is at home, reducing the need for hospital visits and minimizing the risk of exposure to coronavirus,” said FDA
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    03-24-2020, 02:25 AM
  • OverSeer
    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Telebriefing - - New Vital Signs Report - - - - - -- - Too loud - - - - For Too long
    by OverSeer
    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Telebriefing - - New Vital Signs Report - Too loud! For Too long!





    February 10, 2017


    Atlanta, GA - - (February 7, 2017) - - The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published the following report (transcript is unedited and may contain errors):

    MICHELLE BONDS: Thank you, I would like to thank you all of you for joining us today for the release of the latest CDC vital signs. This one introduces new information about noise induced hearing loss. We are joined by the acting CDC director, Dr. Anne Schuchat. I would like to turn the call over to the doctor Schuchat.

    DR. ANNE SCHUCHAT: thanks so much, and thank you all for joining us for today's vital signs report. Each month, we focus on the latest data about a critical health issue facing our nation and what can be done about it. This month our topic is noise induced hearing loss, there's more than
    ...
    02-10-2017, 04:38 PM
  • OverSeer
    New Vital Signs Study Finds Noise-related Hearing Loss not Limited to Work Exposure
    by OverSeer
    New Vital Signs Study Finds Noise-related Hearing Loss not Limited to Work Exposure


    Millions have hearing damage even when hearing perceived as excellent




    February 8, 2017


    Atlanta, GA - - (February 7, 2017) - - According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), unless your hearing is tested, it’s really hard to know if it’s damaged. The CDC reports that a recent survey found that about one in four U.S. adults who say their hearing is good or excellent actually have hearing damage. The CDC says that now the latest CDC Vital Signs report shows that much of this damage is from loud sounds encountered during everyday activities at home and in the community.

    CDC researchers analyzed more than 3,500 hearing tests conducted on adult participants in the 2012 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. They found that 20 percent of people who reported no job-related noise exposure had
    ...
    02-08-2017, 07:53 PM

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