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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Sathler, Douglas;
    Publisher: Universidade Federal dos Vales do Jequitinhonha e Mucuri

    O Prof. Guilherme Leiva é Arquiteto e Urbanista (PUCMinas), Mestre em Arquitetura e Urbanismo (UFMG) e Doutor em Demografia (UFMG). Atualmente, trabalha como professor do CEFET, MG. Nessa entrevista, a Prof. Guilherme Leiva fala sobre os desafios da pandemia de COVID-19 e suas associações com fenômenos urbanos. A geografia urbana e o urbanismo podem trazer elementos importantes na superação da crise sanitária. A entrevista foi realizada à distância, seguindo os protocolos de distanciamento social estabelecidos pela Organização Mundial da Saúde.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Gianna Petrone; Linda Brown; William Binder; Sonya Naganathan; Scott Pasichow; Heather Rybasack-Smith; Cathy E Duquette; Dana R Palka; Andrew N Musits;
    Publisher: Cambridge University Press

    AbstractObjectives:Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has been identified as an acute respiratory illness leading to severe acute respiratory distress syndrome. As the disease spread, demands on health care systems increased, specifically the need to expand hospital capacity. Alternative care hospitals (ACHs) have been used to mitigate these issues; however, establishing an ACH has many challenges. The goal of this session was to perform systems testing, using a simulation-based evaluation to identify areas in need of improvement.Methods:Four simulation cases were designed to depict common and high acuity situations encountered in the ACH, using a high technology simulator and standardized patient. A multidisciplinary observer group was given debriefing forms listing the objectives, critical actions, and specific areas to focus their attention. These forms were compiled for data collection.Results:Logistical, operational, and patient safety issues were identified during the simulation and compiled into a simulation event report. Proposed solutions and protocol changes were made in response to the identified issues.Conclusion:Simulation was successfully used for systems testing, supporting efforts to maximize patient care and provider safety in a rapidly developed ACH. The simulation event report identified operational deficiencies and safety concerns directly resulting in equipment modifications and protocol changes.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Tasheva, Iveta; Miletieva, Milena;
    Publisher: Bulgarian Society of Cardiology

    Въведение: Заболяването от COVID-19 води до мултиорганно засягане, ендотелно възпаление и микро- и макроваскулит, при които може да настъпи тромбоза в малките съдове, в съдове в различни органи, както и в сърдечните кухини. Някои от усложненията може да персистират, което се наблюдава в нашия клиничен случай и това го прави особено интересен. Клиничен случай: Представяме 73-годишен пациент с известно перманентно предсърдно мъждене и прояви на хронична сърдечна недостатъчност, поплитеална флеботромбоза и операция на лява тазобедрена става. 53 дни след доказан положителен тест за COVID-19 поради оплаквания от фебрилитет и кашлица на фона на негативен ваксинационен статус пациентът е хоспитализиран с клиника на лека дихателна недостатъчност и кардиогенен шок. От направените лабораторни изследвания се установиха повишени маркери за възпаление. ЕКГ показа тахиаритмия (170 уд./min) и предсърдно мъждене. ЕхоКГ разкри наличието на ДК-систолна дисфункция, пулмонална хипертония и масивен тромб в дясното предсърдие. С помощта на Доплер се доказа феморопоплитеална тромбоза вдясно, а CT-пулмоангиографията показа данни за масивна двустранна БТЕ. Взе се решение за провеждане на системна фибринолиза, която се понесе без усложнения. По време на хоспитализацията не се установи наличие на неопластично заболяване. Заключение: Този клиничен случай потвърждава високия риск от тромбози вследствие на Ковид инфекция (флеботромбоза, предсърдна тромбоза и масивна двустранна БТЕ) без оптимална антикоагулантна терапия и при прием на антиагрегант около 2 месеца след началото на симптомите. Background: The coronavirus disease (COVID-19 disease) leads to multiple organ disease, inflammation of the endothelium, and micro- or macrovasculitis that may result in thrombosis of the small vessels, and thrombosis of vessels in various organs, as well as intracardiac thrombosis. Some of the complications may be long-lasting, as in our case, which makes it particularly interesting to discuss. Case report: We present a 73-year-old male patient with a history of permanent atrial fibrillation and chronic heart failure (II NYHA class), popliteal phlebothrombosis, and surgery of the left hip joint. 53 days after a positive rapid test for Covid 19 performed because of fever and coughing, the patient, who is not vaccinated for Covid 19, was hospitalised at our Department with clinical signs of mild respiratory failure and cardiogenic shock. The laboratory tests revealed elevated markers of inflammation. The ECG showed tachyarrhythmia (170/min) and atrial fibrillation. The EchoCG displayed evidence of right systolic dysfunction, pulmonary hypertension, and a massive thrombus in the right atrium. The Doppler ultrasonography revealed the presence of right femoropopliteal thrombosis, while the CT-pulmoangiography showed evidence of massive bilateral PE. A decision was made to perform systemic fibrinolysis, which the patient tolerated without complications. During the hospitalisation, the examinations revealed no evidence of an oncological disease. Conclusion: The reported clinical case confirms the high risk of thrombosis due to a COVID-19 infection, such as phlebothrombosis, atrial thrombosis, and massive bilateral PE, in the absence of optimal anticoagulant therapy and against the backdrop of the administration of antiplatelet therapy roughly 2 months after the onset of the COVID-19 symptoms.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Dimitrios Farmakis; Anastasios Giakoumis; Lily Cannon; Michael Angastiniotis; Androulla Eleftheriou;
    Publisher: Wiley

    Abstract Objectives Many patients with haemoglobinopathies, including thalassaemia and sickle cell disease, are at increased risk of developing severe complications from the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID‐19). Although epidemiologic evidence concerning the novel coronavirus (SARS‐CoV‐2) infection in these patients is currently lacking, the COVID‐19 pandemic represents a significant challenge for haemoglobinopathy patients, their families and their attending physicians. Methods The present statement summarizes the key challenges concerning the management of haemoglobinopathies, with particular focus on patients with either transfusion‐dependent or non‐transfusion‐dependent thalassaemia, identifies the gaps in knowledge and suggests measures and strategies to deal with the pandemic, based on available evidence and expert opinions. Key areas covered include patients’ risk level, adaptation of haemoglobinopathy care, safety of blood transfusions, blood supply challenges, and lifestyle and nutritional considerations. Conclusions The proposed measures and strategies may be useful as a blueprint for other disorders which require regular hospital visits, as well as for the timely adaptation of patient care during similar future pandemics.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Christianne de Faria Coelho-Ravagnani; Flávia Campos Corgosinho; Fabiane La Flor Ziegler Sanches; Carla M. Prado; Alessandro Laviano; João Felipe Mota;
    Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP)

    Abstract Optimal nutrition can improve well-being and might mitigate the risk and morbidity associated with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). This review summarizes nutritional guidelines to support dietary counseling provided by dietitians and health-related professionals. The majority of documents encouraged the consumption of fruits, vegetables, and whole grain foods. Thirty-one percent of the guidelines highlighted the importance of minerals and vitamins such as zinc and vitamins C, A, and D to maintain a well-functioning immune system. Dietary supplementation has not been linked to COVID-19 prevention. However, supplementation with vitamins C and D, as well as with zinc and selenium, was highlighted as potentially beneficial for individuals with, or at risk of, respiratory viral infections or for those in whom nutrient deficiency is detected. There was no convincing evidence that food or food packaging is associated with the transmission of COVID-19, but good hygiene practices for handling and preparing foods were recommended. No changes to breastfeeding recommendations have been made, even in women diagnosed with COVID-19.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Sri Rahayu; Elfira Rahmadani; Ely Syafitri; Luluk Sri Agus Prasetyoningsih; M. Faruq Ubaidillah; Mona Tavakoli;
    Publisher: Hindawi

    This paper reports on an interview study with eight secondary school teachers in Indonesia regarding their experiences of teaching with technology during the COVID-19 pandemic. Employing semistructured interview questions and geared under a qualitative research approach, the study probes explicitly into (1) the availability of technology access at home, (2) teachers’ difficulties in teaching online, (3) teachers’ ability to adapt during online teaching, and (4) teachers’ experiences of teaching with technology. Findings from the study suggest insights into the impact of forced changes in teaching that could have implications for the professionalization of teacher education in terms of digitalization. The interview analysis informs that the participating teachers negotiated efforts in online teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic using technology vis a vis with the challenges of an ever-changing era. Teachers were baffled with explaining lessons in details during the online teaching and knowing which students have understood or not. The study reveals that learning is mainly dependent on the Internet connection as many teachers suddenly lose their connection when they are teaching.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Shidqi Archieyevia Maydella Kurniawan; Suhermi Suhermi;
    Publisher: Universitas Jambi, Fakultas Hukum

    Currently the human population is growing, it because people's interest and purchasing power for housing is continue to grow, this causes house prices to increase. The purpose of this study was to determine for knowing and analyze factors-factors that cause bad loan in agreement of house ownership credit (KPR) between debtors and PT. Bank Tabungan Negara, Tbk. Cabang Jambi and for knowing and analyze settlement efforts bad loans in agreement of PT. Bank Tabungan Negara, Tbk. Cabang Jambi. This study used empirical juridical method. Based on this research, it is found that factors that cause bad loans in agreement of house ownership credit (KPR) is external factors it because Covid-19 Pandemic. From study conducted by the authors is known that factors-factors that cause bad loan in agreement of house ownership credit (KPR) is causing by external factors and internal. Settlement efforts which is conducted from debt in this study is used 2 (two) method, 5 (five) debtors used rescheduling and 5 (five) debtors used restructurisation. Abstrak Saat ini populasi manusia semakin berkembang sehingga menyebabkan minat dan daya beli masyarakat akan tempat tinggal terus bertambah, hal tersebut menyebabkan harga rumah semakin meningkat. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui dan menganalisis faktor penyebab terjadinya kredit macet dalam perjanjian Kredit Pemilikan Rumah (KPR) antara nasabah dengan PT. Bank Tabungan Negara, Tbk. Cabang Jambi serta untuk mengetahui dan menganalisis upaya penyelesaian kredit macet dalam perjanjian Kredit Pemilikan Rumah (KPR) pada PT. Bank Tabungan Negara, Tbk. Cabang Jambi. Metode penelitian yang digunakan adalah yuridis empiris. Hasil dari penelitian ini menunjukkan bahwa faktor penyebab kredit macet dalam perjanjian Kredit Pemilikan Rumah (KPR) adalah faktor eksternal dikarenakan pandemi Covid-19. Dari penelitian yang dilakukan penulis diketahui bahwa faktor-faktor penyebab kredit macet Kredit Pemilikan Rumah (KPR) adalah faktor internal dan faktor eksternal. Adapun upaya penyelesaian yang dilakukan oleh debitur dalam penelitian ini yaitu dengan 2 (dua) cara, yaitu 5 (lima) orang debitur penjadwalan ulang dan 5 (lima) orang debitur restrukturisasi.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Brooke Fisher Liu; Jeannette I Iannacone;
    Publisher: Nicholson School of Communciation and Media

    With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we are facing another watershed moment for our field. There truly could not be a better time to be editing an open-access journal for the international community of risk and crisis communication scholars and practitioners. In this essay, we provide an update on the Journal’s status in terms of acceptance rates, global perspective, and readership rates.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Sarah Young; Jatin Narang; Sany Kumar; Elise Kwizera; Priya Malik; Steven D. Billings; Jennifer S. Ko; Anthony P. Fernandez;
    Publisher: Wiley
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Mohini M; Sakir Ahmed; Rath Sk;
    Publisher: Published by Elsevier Inc.
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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Sathler, Douglas;
    Publisher: Universidade Federal dos Vales do Jequitinhonha e Mucuri

    O Prof. Guilherme Leiva é Arquiteto e Urbanista (PUCMinas), Mestre em Arquitetura e Urbanismo (UFMG) e Doutor em Demografia (UFMG). Atualmente, trabalha como professor do CEFET, MG. Nessa entrevista, a Prof. Guilherme Leiva fala sobre os desafios da pandemia de COVID-19 e suas associações com fenômenos urbanos. A geografia urbana e o urbanismo podem trazer elementos importantes na superação da crise sanitária. A entrevista foi realizada à distância, seguindo os protocolos de distanciamento social estabelecidos pela Organização Mundial da Saúde.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Gianna Petrone; Linda Brown; William Binder; Sonya Naganathan; Scott Pasichow; Heather Rybasack-Smith; Cathy E Duquette; Dana R Palka; Andrew N Musits;
    Publisher: Cambridge University Press

    AbstractObjectives:Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has been identified as an acute respiratory illness leading to severe acute respiratory distress syndrome. As the disease spread, demands on health care systems increased, specifically the need to expand hospital capacity. Alternative care hospitals (ACHs) have been used to mitigate these issues; however, establishing an ACH has many challenges. The goal of this session was to perform systems testing, using a simulation-based evaluation to identify areas in need of improvement.Methods:Four simulation cases were designed to depict common and high acuity situations encountered in the ACH, using a high technology simulator and standardized patient. A multidisciplinary observer group was given debriefing forms listing the objectives, critical actions, and specific areas to focus their attention. These forms were compiled for data collection.Results:Logistical, operational, and patient safety issues were identified during the simulation and compiled into a simulation event report. Proposed solutions and protocol changes were made in response to the identified issues.Conclusion:Simulation was successfully used for systems testing, supporting efforts to maximize patient care and provider safety in a rapidly developed ACH. The simulation event report identified operational deficiencies and safety concerns directly resulting in equipment modifications and protocol changes.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Tasheva, Iveta; Miletieva, Milena;
    Publisher: Bulgarian Society of Cardiology

    Въведение: Заболяването от COVID-19 води до мултиорганно засягане, ендотелно възпаление и микро- и макроваскулит, при които може да настъпи тромбоза в малките съдове, в съдове в различни органи, както и в сърдечните кухини. Някои от усложненията може да персистират, което се наблюдава в нашия клиничен случай и това го прави особено интересен. Клиничен случай: Представяме 73-годишен пациент с известно перманентно предсърдно мъждене и прояви на хронична сърдечна недостатъчност, поплитеална флеботромбоза и операция на лява тазобедрена става. 53 дни след доказан положителен тест за COVID-19 поради оплаквания от фебрилитет и кашлица на фона на негативен ваксинационен статус пациентът е хоспитализиран с клиника на лека дихателна недостатъчност и кардиогенен шок. От направените лабораторни изследвания се установиха повишени маркери за възпаление. ЕКГ показа тахиаритмия (170 уд./min) и предсърдно мъждене. ЕхоКГ разкри наличието на ДК-систолна дисфункция, пулмонална хипертония и масивен тромб в дясното предсърдие. С помощта на Доплер се доказа феморопоплитеална тромбоза вдясно, а CT-пулмоангиографията показа данни за масивна двустранна БТЕ. Взе се решение за провеждане на системна фибринолиза, която се понесе без усложнения. По време на хоспитализацията не се установи наличие на неопластично заболяване. Заключение: Този клиничен случай потвърждава високия риск от тромбози вследствие на Ковид инфекция (флеботромбоза, предсърдна тромбоза и масивна двустранна БТЕ) без оптимална антикоагулантна терапия и при прием на антиагрегант около 2 месеца след началото на симптомите. Background: The coronavirus disease (COVID-19 disease) leads to multiple organ disease, inflammation of the endothelium, and micro- or macrovasculitis that may result in thrombosis of the small vessels, and thrombosis of vessels in various organs, as well as intracardiac thrombosis. Some of the complications may be long-lasting, as in our case, which makes it particularly interesting to discuss. Case report: We present a 73-year-old male patient with a history of permanent atrial fibrillation and chronic heart failure (II NYHA class), popliteal phlebothrombosis, and surgery of the left hip joint. 53 days after a positive rapid test for Covid 19 performed because of fever and coughing, the patient, who is not vaccinated for Covid 19, was hospitalised at our Department with clinical signs of mild respiratory failure and cardiogenic shock. The laboratory tests revealed elevated markers of inflammation. The ECG showed tachyarrhythmia (170/min) and atrial fibrillation. The EchoCG displayed evidence of right systolic dysfunction, pulmonary hypertension, and a massive thrombus in the right atrium. The Doppler ultrasonography revealed the presence of right femoropopliteal thrombosis, while the CT-pulmoangiography showed evidence of massive bilateral PE. A decision was made to perform systemic fibrinolysis, which the patient tolerated without complications. During the hospitalisation, the examinations revealed no evidence of an oncological disease. Conclusion: The reported clinical case confirms the high risk of thrombosis due to a COVID-19 infection, such as phlebothrombosis, atrial thrombosis, and massive bilateral PE, in the absence of optimal anticoagulant therapy and against the backdrop of the administration of antiplatelet therapy roughly 2 months after the onset of the COVID-19 symptoms.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Dimitrios Farmakis; Anastasios Giakoumis; Lily Cannon; Michael Angastiniotis; Androulla Eleftheriou;
    Publisher: Wiley

    Abstract Objectives Many patients with haemoglobinopathies, including thalassaemia and sickle cell disease, are at increased risk of developing severe complications from the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID‐19). Although epidemiologic evidence concerning the novel coronavirus (SARS‐CoV‐2) infection in these patients is currently lacking, the COVID‐19 pandemic represents a significant challenge for haemoglobinopathy patients, their families and their attending physicians. Methods The present statement summarizes the key challenges concerning the management of haemoglobinopathies, with particular focus on patients with either transfusion‐dependent or non‐transfusion‐dependent thalassaemia, identifies the gaps in knowledge and suggests measures and strategies to deal with the pandemic, based on available evidence and expert opinions. Key areas covered include patients’ risk level, adaptation of haemoglobinopathy care, safety of blood transfusions, blood supply challenges, and lifestyle and nutritional considerations. Conclusions The proposed measures and strategies may be useful as a blueprint for other disorders which require regular hospital visits, as well as for the timely adaptation of patient care during similar future pandemics.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Christianne de Faria Coelho-Ravagnani; Flávia Campos Corgosinho; Fabiane La Flor Ziegler Sanches; Carla M. Prado; Alessandro Laviano; João Felipe Mota;
    Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP)

    Abstract Optimal nutrition can improve well-being and might mitigate the risk and morbidity associated with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). This review summarizes nutritional guidelines to support dietary counseling provided by dietitians and health-related professionals. The majority of documents encouraged the consumption of fruits, vegetables, and whole grain foods. Thirty-one percent of the guidelines highlighted the importance of minerals and vitamins such as zinc and vitamins C, A, and D to maintain a well-functioning immune system. Dietary supplementation has not been linked to COVID-19 prevention. However, supplementation with vitamins C and D, as well as with zinc and selenium, was highlighted as potentially beneficial for individuals with, or at risk of, respiratory viral infections or for those in whom nutrient deficiency is detected. There was no convincing evidence that food or food packaging is associated with the transmission of COVID-19, but good hygiene practices for handling and preparing foods were recommended. No changes to breastfeeding recommendations have been made, even in women diagnosed with COVID-19.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Sri Rahayu; Elfira Rahmadani; Ely Syafitri; Luluk Sri Agus Prasetyoningsih; M. Faruq Ubaidillah; Mona Tavakoli;
    Publisher: Hindawi

    This paper reports on an interview study with eight secondary school teachers in Indonesia regarding their experiences of teaching with technology during the COVID-19 pandemic. Employing semistructured interview questions and geared under a qualitative research approach, the study probes explicitly into (1) the availability of technology access at home, (2) teachers’ difficulties in teaching online, (3) teachers’ ability to adapt during online teaching, and (4) teachers’ experiences of teaching with technology. Findings from the study suggest insights into the impact of forced changes in teaching that could have implications for the professionalization of teacher education in terms of digitalization. The interview analysis informs that the participating teachers negotiated efforts in online teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic using technology vis a vis with the challenges of an ever-changing era. Teachers were baffled with explaining lessons in details during the online teaching and knowing which students have understood or not. The study reveals that learning is mainly dependent on the Internet connection as many teachers suddenly lose their connection when they are teaching.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Shidqi Archieyevia Maydella Kurniawan; Suhermi Suhermi;
    Publisher: Universitas Jambi, Fakultas Hukum

    Currently the human population is growing, it because people's interest and purchasing power for housing is continue to grow, this causes house prices to increase. The purpose of this study was to determine for knowing and analyze factors-factors that cause bad loan in agreement of house ownership credit (KPR) between debtors and PT. Bank Tabungan Negara, Tbk. Cabang Jambi and for knowing and analyze settlement efforts bad loans in agreement of PT. Bank Tabungan Negara, Tbk. Cabang Jambi. This study used empirical juridical method. Based on this research, it is found that factors that cause bad loans in agreement of house ownership credit (KPR) is external factors it because Covid-19 Pandemic. From study conducted by the authors is known that factors-factors that cause bad loan in agreement of house ownership credit (KPR) is causing by external factors and internal. Settlement efforts which is conducted from debt in this study is used 2 (two) method, 5 (five) debtors used rescheduling and 5 (five) debtors used restructurisation. Abstrak Saat ini populasi manusia semakin berkembang sehingga menyebabkan minat dan daya beli masyarakat akan tempat tinggal terus bertambah, hal tersebut menyebabkan harga rumah semakin meningkat. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui dan menganalisis faktor penyebab terjadinya kredit macet dalam perjanjian Kredit Pemilikan Rumah (KPR) antara nasabah dengan PT. Bank Tabungan Negara, Tbk. Cabang Jambi serta untuk mengetahui dan menganalisis upaya penyelesaian kredit macet dalam perjanjian Kredit Pemilikan Rumah (KPR) pada PT. Bank Tabungan Negara, Tbk. Cabang Jambi. Metode penelitian yang digunakan adalah yuridis empiris. Hasil dari penelitian ini menunjukkan bahwa faktor penyebab kredit macet dalam perjanjian Kredit Pemilikan Rumah (KPR) adalah faktor eksternal dikarenakan pandemi Covid-19. Dari penelitian yang dilakukan penulis diketahui bahwa faktor-faktor penyebab kredit macet Kredit Pemilikan Rumah (KPR) adalah faktor internal dan faktor eksternal. Adapun upaya penyelesaian yang dilakukan oleh debitur dalam penelitian ini yaitu dengan 2 (dua) cara, yaitu 5 (lima) orang debitur penjadwalan ulang dan 5 (lima) orang debitur restrukturisasi.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Brooke Fisher Liu; Jeannette I Iannacone;
    Publisher: Nicholson School of Communciation and Media

    With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we are facing another watershed moment for our field. There truly could not be a better time to be editing an open-access journal for the international community of risk and crisis communication scholars and practitioners. In this essay, we provide an update on the Journal’s status in terms of acceptance rates, global perspective, and readership rates.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Sarah Young; Jatin Narang; Sany Kumar; Elise Kwizera; Priya Malik; Steven D. Billings; Jennifer S. Ko; Anthony P. Fernandez;
    Publisher: Wiley
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Mohini M; Sakir Ahmed; Rath Sk;
    Publisher: Published by Elsevier Inc.