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This Week: Can AI help in the fight against COVID-19? - Many patients predict long-term telehealth care access - Transplant success with heart-in-a-box method - and more.
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In late March — Jackson faced a choice: transfer from his job as an intensive care nurse in one of the country's largest public hospitals, or stay on, knowing he would be on the frontline in the fight against a mysterious disease that had already left thousands dead overseas. - abc.net.au
A student team has created a prototype of a reusable face shield, demonstrating how to turn university resources into a rapid manufacturing solution to respond to medical emergencies, including the COVID-19 pandemic. - sydney.edu.au
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated efforts to incorporate artificial intelligence (AI) into clinical care at a time when, in many countries, health care systems are facing unprecedented strain on their resources. - mja.com.au
Most patients are expecting to use telehealth care access even after the COVID0-19 pandemic subsides, according to new data from Doctor.com. This underscores a significant cultural shift around the technology in recent months. - patientengagementhit.com
A new heart transplant method means that a donated heart can now be transported and preserved for longer than previously possible. - hospitalhealth.com.au
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