On Tuesday, the FDA announced that it’s temporarily easing restrictions on veterinarians’ use of telemedicine so they can more easily treat pets during the coronavirus pandemic. That means a lot of practice owners and their staff are breathing a little more easily today.
How badly does your hospital need surgical masks and other personal protection equipment (PPE)? Thanks to new legislation, N95 respirators are on the way, but you might have to wait in line.
Things are a long way from being anywhere near back to normal , but with many states starting to relax stay-at-home orders and allowing businesses to gradually begin reopening, employers and staff alike are wondering what that ’ s going to look like. Animal h ospitals are no exception.
How much have CE requirements changed due to the pandemic?
With a stroke of the president’s pen, the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act brought desperately needed reform to well-meaning financial relief measures that have been rocked by confusion, lack of transparency, and monetary shortfalls.
It turns out the relatively small number of cats and dogs who have tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 may not reflect the number of actual pets who have SARS-CoV-2.
Tighten up, double up. That’s the latest word from the CDC on wearing masks to reduce the chances of transmitting or contracting COVID-19.
“The DEA never shuts down,” said Jack Teitelman. Not even during a pandemic.
An easily scannable fact sheet to use in your practice.
If you’re running thin on surgical masks and other personal protective equipment (PPE) due to coronavirus-related shortages, you’re not alone. The FDA doesn’t have any extra masks to loan you, but they do have tips to help you cope.