Healthcare Industry

News Updates from Dr. Baxter Feb. 17, 2021

Rather than live-streaming each Wednesday, I’m going to answer a question that’s come in, and give an ‘inside-scoop’ look into the exciting life of an Entrepreneur In Pandemic!  This week: Why we think schools are safer from COVID than FLU and A Week in the Life

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Health & Wellness

Buzzy – Pain Relief for Pediatric Vaccinations

According to the NIH post on Buzzy, needle sticks from vaccinations or blood draws are the most common, and oftentimes most distressing, medical procedure for children and their parents. Read more about that post as well as see helpful links to additional resources, including the abstract and project documentation from the NICHD grant that supported the development of Buzzy.

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Health & Wellness

Herd Immunity by March?

A new article says that children are less likely to catch and spread Covid-19. Their viral load might be the same, but because sinuses do not develop until later in life, the ACE2 receptors are far less numerous.

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Health & Wellness

Nasal Irrigation & Cholesterol

Nasal irrigation study update! Funded by Augusta University Foundation, Neilmed, and Navage, the study is at the end of enrollment and is beginning to look at findings.

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Health & Wellness

Don’t Like Needles? Here Are Facts & Solutions

Addressing needle fear is critical to the public health plan for the rollout of the COVID vaccine. Dr. Baxter has researched vaccine refusal for 15 years. Her recent data indicates that identifying anxiety and reducing pain with the first injection could dramatically improve the second #COVID19 vaccine uptake by as much as 35% and help save lives.

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Health & Wellness

COVID Mutations, Slow Vaccine Rollout & “Jumping the Line”

In her first video of 2021, Dr. Baxter covers the realities of a massive vaccine rollout. Is the COVID Vaccine roll-out as slow as we think it is? Are people jumping the line? What role might children’s hospitals play in vaccinating large numbers of adults? What about those new strains? These questions and many more, answered.

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