Breaking research demonstrates the efficacy of two data analytics-based strategies that clinical labs employed to meet COVID-19 testing demands during the height of the pandemic.
Burnout in healthcare is a constant problem, especially in overstressed clinical laboratories and anatomic pathology groups. To raise awareness about the plight of medical laboratory technicians (MLTs) and other frontline workers in the healthcare industry, a former lab tech recounted her experience during the COVID-19 pandemic that led to burnout and her departure from the lab profession during 2020-2021.
Researchers examine the feasibility of using caterpillars instead of mice for some clinical research
The findings of a study published in Scientific Reports suggest that practicing breathing exercises helps decrease stress and improve mental health.
Researchers explored the utilization rates of mental health services among adults during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Clinical laboratory scientist who aided in the investigation compared DNA test results with publicly available genetic information
The findings, just published in the journal Human Brain Mapping, could help identify individuals who may require higher than average doses of anesthetic.
Clinical laboratory data was key in identifying antibiotic-resistant bacteria responsible for surge in BSIs in hospitals and other healthcare facilities in 2020 and 2021
The πNIRS technique could make life easier for doctors and patients worldwide
Researchers reviewed the impact of the interactions between the respiratory microbiota and the immune system.
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