- Feb 2022
Adam Kucharski. (2022, February 8). Below figure being widely shared (from: Https://cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/71/wr/mm7106e1.htm), but think it’s important to include uncertainty (i.e. 95% confidence intervals) when reporting estimates: Cloth mask: 56% (-17%-83%) lower odds than no mask Surgical mask: 66% (10%-87%) N95/KN95: 83% (36%-95%) https://t.co/SkPhF7CAJf [Tweet]. @AdamJKucharski. https://twitter.com/AdamJKucharski/status/1490946644837543938
- Mar 2021
Fexeel ba kër gi bañ ñàkk alkol.
Veille à ce qu'il ne manque pas d'alcool à la maison.
fexe+el (fexe) v. -- search/seek by all means.
ba -- the (?).
kër gi -- house; family.
gi -- the (indicates nearness).
bañ v. -- refuse, resist, refuse to; to hate; verb marking the negation in subordinate clauses.
ñàkk v. / ñàkk bi -- vaccinate / vaccine (not sure exactly how this fits in the sentence if it's even the right translation -- perhaps it has to do with surgical alcohol rather than drinking alcohol).
alkol ji -- (French) surgical alcohol. (I'm certain this is also used for the type of alcohol you drink -- but sangara is probably the most used term).
- Feb 2021
“Still Using a Cloth Mask? Upgrade to an N95 or P100!” Accessed February 28, 2021. https://www.microcovid.org/blog/masks.
- Oct 2020
Shauna Brail on Twitter. (n.d.). Twitter. Retrieved October 9, 2020, from https://twitter.com/shaunabrail/status/1313818873163067392
- Aug 2020
Bababekov, Y. J., Hung, Y.-C., Hsu, Y.-T., Udelsman, B. V., Mueller, J. L., Lin, H.-Y., Stapleton, S. M., & Chang, D. C. (2019). Is the Power Threshold of 0.8 Applicable to Surgical Science?—Empowering the Underpowered Study. Journal of Surgical Research, 241, 235–239. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jss.2019.03.062
- Jul 2020
Payton, L. T. (2020, July 21). The Best Masks for Every Situation, According to Health Experts. Medium. https://elemental.medium.com/the-best-masks-for-every-situation-according-to-health-experts-80c068233828
- May 2020
Hamza, M., Khan, H. S., Sattar, Z. A., & Hanif, M. (2020). Doctor-patient communication in surgical practice during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic: WhatsApp for Doctor-Patient Communication during COVID-19 Pandemic. British Journal of Surgery. https://doi.org/10.1002/bjs.11661
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- test results
- surgical practice
- video call