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Florida Nurses Association COVID-19 Weekly Update - Shared screen with speaker view
Penny Blake
50:47
https://www.biospace.com/article/fda-approves-1st-covid-19-antibody-test/
Penny Blake
53:35
https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.03.23.20039446v2?fbclid=IwAR29ycQvJXkNaKUUihpYnxl6hY0My2odWcOg0q4wTdA5H_31l2Oe7-vMRGk
Penny Blake
54:09
"Taken together these results suggest that virus expelled from infected individuals,including from those who are only mildly ill, may be transported by aerosol processes in their local40 environment, potentially even in the absence of cough or aerosol generating procedures. Further,a recent study of SARS-CoV-2 in aerosol and deposited on surfaces, indicates infectious aerosolmay persist for several hours and on surfaces for as long as 2 days."
Kaitlin Scarbary
54:56
https://www.biospace.com/article/fda-approves-1st-covid-19-antibody-test/https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.03.23.20039446v2?fbclid=IwAR29ycQvJXkNaKUUihpYnxl6hY0My2odWcOg0q4wTdA5H_31l2Oe7-vMRGk"Taken together these results suggest that virus expelled from infected individuals,including from those who are only mildly ill, may be transported by aerosol processes in their local40 environment, potentially even in the absence of cough or aerosol generating procedures. Further,a recent study of SARS-CoV-2 in aerosol and deposited on surfaces, indicates infectious aerosolmay persist for several hours and on surfaces for as long as 2 days."
Kelly Ciccone
01:08:09
I understand there are limited supplies of PPE and healthcare providers must use supplies carefully- Although it "MAY" be necessary, however I don't believe
Kelly Ciccone
01:08:48
Although it "may" be necessary to hand out supplies to manage availability- I don't believe it is considered ADEQUAT
Kelly Ciccone
01:10:50
I am concerned that Reusing PPE or using one mask all day or for an entire week is not "adequate" it is minimal and risky
Penny Blake
01:12:31
https://ufhealth.org/news/2020/uf-health-anesthesiology-team-devises-respirator-mask-made-existing-hospital-materials?fbclid=IwAR0LmFF7RvSxujPgmXanpKeKQomp0zzP23BQiv2aUd59fHKr4jBgXKZYTe8 How to make a mask from material used in OR sterilized trays.
Penny Blake
01:12:45
From UF
Kelly Ciccone
01:16:15
Could Florida possibly set up a manufacturing company for making masks- I am worried that if our front line staff do not have adequate supplies or REuse contaminated masks we may LOOSE our front line staff before the SURGE
Kelly Ciccone
01:17:04
Perhaps a closed down factory - could be set up in florida to MAKE PPE
Penny Blake
01:17:52
There are several companies in Florida that are making masks. But, it takes time to set up for production of them.
Kelly Ciccone
01:18:55
Maybe the correctional facilities (jails/ prisons) could set up a process for manufacturing PPE instead of license plates...
Penny Blake
01:21:43
https://www.cureus.com/articles/29414-neurological-complications-of-coronavirus-disease-covid-19-encephalopathy
Penny Blake
01:21:53
Neurological sequelae
Kelly Ciccone
01:23:05
Has Florida done a study to gather data on the number of ICU beds and ventelators that are currently available ?
Kelly Ciccone
01:24:34
A daily report on ICU/ BED availability may be helpful during this crisis to help know were services and care are available
Kelly Ciccone
01:24:53
IS there any "SURGE" training available for use of ventelators?
Kelly Ciccone
01:26:34
Can you go over the rehydration mixture from the last slide ?
Kaitlin Scarbary
01:26:51
what have you heard about the potential of neurological involvement in breathing difficulties?
Penny Blake
01:27:14
Kelly - there are multiple videos on YouTube that go over vent training for those who normally do not handle them. If you would like, ask to join the Florida Emergency Nurses Facebook page as we post multiple information and videos on this topic.
Willa Fuller
01:29:50
This is Willa. I have to hop off to talk to a reporter.
Kaitlin Scarbary
01:29:50
jvanderlike@uwf.edu
Kaitlin Scarbary
01:30:23
Do we know how long, post mortem, the disease is active in those testing positive for Covid-19?
Kaitlin Scarbary
01:31:40
Ann Pasquale 02:06 PMHas anyone seen any use of “assisted suicide “ measures or hospice type comfort measure being used in those close to death from Covid
Penny Blake
01:39:35
https://www.aacn.org/blog/covid-19-top-5-aacn-clinical-education-resources-for-you-from-aacn Resources for ventilator management
Kaitlin Scarbary
01:40:34
https://www.aacn.org/blog/covid-19-top-5-aacn-clinical-education-resources-for-you-from-aacn Resources for ventilator management