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srconstantin.github.io Citizen Model
Clear explanations of why you need oxygen, how the various devices work, links to open source projects for building them, etc.
Clear explanations of why you need oxygen, how the various devices work, links to open source projects for building them, etc.Mar 2103-19-2020
Oxygen Supplementation 101
3Evidence and discussion (by an MD & professor of respiratory and critical care medicine) that lying facedown (prone) significantly improves oxygenation vs lying faceup (supine).Evidence and discussion (by an MD & professor of respiratory and critical care medicine) that lying facedown (prone) significantly improves oxygenation vs lying faceup (supine).(GW)Mar 29Sep 21
PulmCrit Wee- Proning the non-intubated patient
3Step by step instructions, with pictures, on how to form a mask out of HEPA filters or otherwise unwoven fabric. In Chinese but google translate was perfectly understandableStep by step instructions, with pictures, on how to form a mask out of HEPA filters or otherwise unwoven fabric. In Chinese but google translate was perfectly understandable(EV): In Chinese but google translate was perfectly understandableMar 19???
What should I do if I can't buy a surgical mask?
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facebook.com Discussion
Do masks made from typical clothes do enough to be worth the convenience? Hrothgar concludes they do
Do masks made from typical clothes do enough to be worth the convenience? Hrothgar concludes they doMar 17Mar 17
If you are not sick, note that wearing ANYTHING over your face will improve outcomes, possibly critically so.
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twitter.com 1st person report/Medical
Advocates use of masks to prevent spread from asymptomatic people, given the increased prevalence of C19
Advocates use of masks to prevent spread from asymptomatic people, given the increased prevalence of C19Mar 18Mar 18
Remember, prior guidance in U.S. discouraged a mask but it was a time when there were probably hundreds and maybe low thousands of cases (and officials maintained there was no community spread)
2Melatonin inhibits NLRP3 Inflammasomes, which could otherwise facilitate a cytokine storm that damages you more than the virusMelatonin inhibits NLRP3 Inflammasomes, which could otherwise facilitate a cytokine storm that damages you more than the virus(EV): This website is that combination of slick and annoying that I associate with low quality, and the quality of writing doesn't change my mindMar 16Mar 14
COVID-19, Pneumonia & Inflammation: The Melatonin Connection
Found via facebook.com
2Chloroquine is quite dangerous and you should be careful with treatment. It has also shown reasonable effectiveness.Chloroquine is quite dangerous and you should be careful with treatment. It has also shown reasonable effectiveness.(OH) From my current state of knowledge, treating yourself with chloroquine seems really dangerous. Would not recommend unless really really necessary.Mar 14Mar 13
Chloroquine Research
Found via facebook.com
1Innoculation was the pre-vaccination practice of deliberately scratching the skin with a pathogen so your body could learn to recognize it. Innoculation was the pre-vaccination practice of deliberately scratching the skin with a pathogen so your body could learn to recognize it. (EV): When this was used with smallpox it had a fatality rate, although lower than regular smallpoxMar 17Mar 8
Coronavirus Containment Thread
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cdc.gov Government
Instructions for turning concentrated chlorine into a safe handwashing or surface cleaning solution
Instructions for turning concentrated chlorine into a safe handwashing or surface cleaning solutionMar 16
Making cleaning solution from 3.5% liquid bleach
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lesswrong.com Discussion
C19 hotspots appear to be in a narrow range of temp and humidity. Raising one or both could inhibit survival on surfaces, decreasing transmission
C19 hotspots appear to be in a narrow range of temp and humidity. Raising one or both could inhibit survival on surfaces, decreasing transmissionMar 15Mar 11
A practical out-of-the-box solution to slow down COVID-19: Turn up the heat