After a year and a half of the start of the pandemic, cases and the number of deaths from COVID-19 have decreased. However, the health authorities put us on alert. The Ministry of Health projects that the country may face a third wave in mid-October. Therefore, to be attentive to the scenario that we face today, Cleveland Clinic-UTEC Summit -event organized by the University of Engineering and Technology (UTEC) and Cleveland Clinic- will reveal the latest medical advances to solve this situation that worries the whole world.
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“The pandemic has made us realize even more the importance of research to find accessible solutions for the various markets, with which we can not only help COVID-19 patients, but also create technology that is effective against future viruses. This will allow us to prepare ourselves to improve the quality of life of more people “explained Julio Valdivia, Director of Bioengineering at UTEC.
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The academic event, which also commemorates the 100-year anniversary of the Cleveland Clinic, will touch on revolutionary topics such as UV decontamination projects to combat the shortage of personal protective equipment, engineered solutions for mechanical ventilation during surge conditions, COVID-19 data log analysis and risk prediction tools, treatment of mechanically ventilated patients to inactivate SARS-CoV-2, among others.
It should be remembered that eight international specialists from various organizations will gather. Cleveland Clinic medical researchers (Jacob Scott, Lara Jehi, Amy Nowacki, Aaron Fleischman, Geoffrey Vince, and Barry Kuban), CelerPurus general manager (Gabrielle Blocher), and specialists from the Case Western Reserve University department of medicine ((Robert L Chatburn)
“We invite specialists in the health sector, students and the interested public to be part of this event, which brings together top-level experts in one place. Thus, they will be able to stay updated on the latest medical advances to combat the pandemic “Valdivia finished.
The event will take place this Thursday, October 14, virtually, and will be divided into two schedules: from 9 in the morning to 12 noon and from 4 in the afternoon to 7 at night. Those interested in participating can register for free at the following link: https://bit.ly/2XHxCuD
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