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UW Medicine Lab Scientists Study 2019 Novel Coronavirus Video

UW Medicine Lab Scientists Study 2019 Novel Coronavirus

As the cases of 2019 novel coronavirus continue to grow, the public health response is ramping up. In the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local and state public health departments are coordinating the ...

Risk of Intracranial Hemorrhage Following Intravenous tPA (Tissue-Type Plasminogen Activator) for Acute Stroke Is Low in Children News

Risk of Intracranial Hemorrhage Following Intravenous tPA (Tissue-Type Plasminogen Activator) for Acute Stroke Is Low in Children

Catherine Amlie-Lefond, MD, Professor of Neurology and Director of the Seattle Children’s Pediatric Vascular Program, recently published a paper regarding the safety and efficacy of intravenous tPA (tissue-type plasminogen activator) in pediatric patients.

Inpatient Thromboprophylaxis in Pregnancy and Postpartum Document

Inpatient Thromboprophylaxis in Pregnancy and Postpartum

OB Consensus Statement on practice guidelines for hospital antepartum and postpartum services, reviewing indications for inpatient pharmacologic prophylaxis against thromboembolism.

Tissue Chips in Space — Challenges and Opportunities Document

Tissue Chips in Space — Challenges and Opportunities

The team at the University of Washington was selected to create a kidney MPS based on primary cells derived from pathologically normal surgical nephrectomy tissue remnants.

Progress in Prostate Cancer Appears to Slow Video

Progress in Prostate Cancer Appears to Slow

Over the last 25 years, Dr. Daniel Lin says, there has been a 25-30% decrease in deaths from prostate cancer.

Increase of Influenza B Seen with This Year's Outbreak Video

Increase of Influenza B Seen with This Year's Outbreak

Every flu season is unique. The 2019-2020 outbreak features more cases of influenza B, the viral strain that usually emerges later in the season.

Wound Healing in Mucous Tissues Could Ward off AIDS News

Wound Healing in Mucous Tissues Could Ward off AIDS

Wound-repair capabilities preserve tissue integrity during early infection and might prevent inflammation that underlies immune exhaustion.

Vertebral Artery Anatomy and Surgery at the Foramen Magnum Video

Vertebral Artery Anatomy and Surgery at the Foramen Magnum

Laligam Sekhar, MD, Professor and Vice Chairman of Neurological Surgery, recently presented at the World Skull Base Lateral Skull Base Fellowship Diploma 2019 conference in Bangalore, India.

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New treatment option for patients dealing with incontinence

A neuromodulator acts as a “pacemaker” for the pelvic zone, explains surgeon Suzzette Sutherland. 

COVID-19 coronavirus spike holds infectivity details

Several new findings on the how the virus’ cell entry tools operate could expedite the design of vaccines, antibodies, antivirals and other therapeutics.

Let there be 'circadian' light

New study describes science behind best lights to affect sleep, mood and learning.

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