By: vasan | April 4, 2020
https://youtu.be/HWn-pGf4B-M CT scan shows damaged tissue from a covid-19 patient's lungs Dr. Keith Mortman describes the damaged lungs of a covid-19 patient. He created the 3D model from a CT scan. The George Washington University Hospital Chief of Thoracic Surgery says the damaged tissue is very different from a patient's...


By: vasan | April 25, 2020
Dean of the Wallace H. Coulter School of Engineering and Tony Collins Professor of Innovative Engineering Culture Bill Jemison and Supervisor of Technical Support Services Jacob Weller have been busy helping to modify the supply of positive air pressure respirators (PAPRs) at Canton-Potsdam Hospital (CPH) and across the St. Lawrence...
By: vasan | March 30, 2020
By: vasan | March 30, 2020

All About Covid-19

By: vasan | April 4, 2020
https://youtu.be/Q31Oie_kwUw Coronavirus: New Facts about Infection Mechanisms - NHK Documentary In the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, a new research reveals how tiny droplets carrying the virus can remain in the air for some time.

Testing Supplies

By: vasan | April 18, 2020
A batch of nasal swabs created using USF's 3D printersCredit Courtesy: USF HEALTH Three-dimensional printing is a time-consuming process, but Decker said they're printing about 300 in one printer at a time. With six printers in her lab, they can print about 3,000 nasal swabs in a day. But working...