Tale Weaver – #268 – Medical – 26th March — pensitivity101

Michael’s challenge: This week write about something medical, from band-aids, bandages to botulism and as we are in a state at present of heightened awareness about health, you can vent about the coronavirus if so moved. I know in some places it seems the lunatics are running the asylum but I know it’s not the […] […]

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Ultimate Medical Hackathon: How Fast Can We Design and Deploy an Open Source Ventilator? — Hackaday

[Gui Cavalcanti], whose name you might recognize from MegaBots, got on a call with a medical professional in San Francisco and talked about respirators. The question being, can we design and deploy an open source version in time to help people? Unnerving reports from Italy show that when the virus hits the susceptible population groups […] […]

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Homemade CDC-approved Medical Face Mask to Donate to Medical Facilities — Haphazard Homemaker

A news story showed up in my Facebook newsfeed about a hospital in the area asking the public to sew these CDC-compliant face masks for the staff. They appear to be super simple to make. These masks are reusable and can be washed and sterilized. Are they legit? Well, a Health Care Professional friend of […] […]

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