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LSU Health New Orleans Nursing Students Resume Clinical Education

Students in the Traditional Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Degree Program at LSU Health New Orleans School of Nursing will resume their clinical education next week, initially at West Jefferson Medical Center.

Why is New Orleans' coronavirus death rate twice New York's? Obesity is a factor

Dr. Kyle Happel is a critical care physician at LSU Health New Orleans.

LSU to Host Free Webinar on The Relationship Between the Environment and the Coronavirus on April 2

"First SARS-CoV, then MERS, and now SARS-CoV-2: The Pandemic Potentials of Beta Coronaviruses" by Jim Diaz, professor and program director, Environmental/Occupational Health Sciences MPH, LSU School of Public Health.

LSU Health New Orleans Medical Students Volunteer to Collect PPE for COVID-19 Front Line Health Care Workers

A student at LSU Health New Orleans School of Medicine has organized an effort to solicit area businesses for donations of personal protective equipment (PPE.) The project supports faculty and residents working on the front lines of health care delivery to patients with COVID-19. About 30 LSU Health New Orleans medical students representing all four classes have collected masks – surgical, N95, face shields and homemade masks – safety glasses/goggles, gloves, gowns and hazmat suits. They are also seeking donations of hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes and industrial cleaning supplies.

Why New Orleans coronavirus death rate is leaping? Diabetes, obesity a reason

"I think it's a very good question whether or not just having that phenotype, those conditions, simply render you unable to control the viral replication and whether there's something in the immune response in those individuals that is either insufficient or even perhaps excessive, causing too much inflammation. We think that a lot of the organ dysfunction that we see in this COVID syndrome is the result of excessive systemic inflammation. We know that folks that are obese a lot of times have markers in their blood and a lot of times systemic inflammation," LSU Health New Orleans critical care doctor Kyle Happel said.

Updating You On The Coronavirus with Dr Fred Lopez

Dr Fred Lopez of LSU Health New Orleans joins Tommy to talk about the latest numbers on the coronavirus.

LSU Health New Orleans has free coloring book for children to download, learn about COVID-19

LSU Health in New Orleans is doing its part to help children cope with the COVID-19 crisis.

Three members of LSU Health New Orleans' rehabilitation and counseling colleagues alongside registered play therapists developed a coloring book for kids, which follows a young girl named Caroline trying to figure out the world in the midst of a pandemic.

Tulane Medical Center Lab processes coronavirus tests in four hours

The project is a joint venture by Tulane, LSU School of Medicine, Children’s Medical Center, and UMC, with the equipment provided by Roche.

Company donates pills for COVID-19 trials

“This donation will allow us to conduct clinical trials examining how hydroxychloroquine may help clear the virus from the lungs of infected patients and to potentially help shield healthcare workers who are on the front lines treating patients,” Dr. Steve Nelson, Dean of LSU Health Sciences Center School of Medicine, said in a prepared statement.

One trial will give hydroxychloroquine to people who have COVID-19. The other trial will test the drug as a preventive measure for health care workers. Trials will be conducted at the University Medical Center in New Orleans and at the LSU Medical School locations in Baton Rouge and Lafayette, the statement says.

LSU Assists Local Health Organizations with Creation of Coronavirus Test Lab

As COVID-19 began to spread in Baton Rouge, researchers at the LSU System, including LSU, the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine, and the LSU Health Sciences Center, began working with physicians and administrators from local healthcare organizations to support Louisiana in its COVID-19 response.

Caroline Conquers her Corona Fears

A trio of LSU Health New Orleans Clinical Rehabilitation and Counseling colleagues who are counselors and Registered Play Therapists, have developed a creative and innovative resource for parents and caregivers to help children cope with the stress and anxiety of the COVID-19 pandemic. And it is helping children not only in New Orleans, but all over the United States.

"On the Bleeding Edge of a Global Health Crisis"

LSU Health New Orleans School of Nursing faculty received the following message from one of their students who, along with about a dozen others, is responding to the COVID-19 crisis in Louisiana. Since their clinical education was put on hold because of the outbreak, they have been working as nurse techs in hospitals hit hard by rapidly increasing numbers of patients with or suspected of having COVID-19.

LSU Health New Orleans on Front Lines of COVID-19 Care

LSU Health New Orleans faculty and residents continue to save lives of patients with severe COVID-19 at its partner teaching hospitals in New Orleans, Metairie, Slidell, Baton Rouge, Lafayette, Bogalusa, Lake Charles, Houma and Independence, Louisiana.

LSU Health Expertise Helping Chinese Parents Support Children Isolated Due to COVID-19

Joy Osofsky, PhD, Professor and Paul Ramsay Chair of Psychiatry, and Howard Osofsky, MD, Professor and Chair of the Department of Psychiatry at LSU Health New Orleans School of Medicine, have developed a guide to Supporting Young Children Isolated Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) with a Chinese translation.

Q&A: LSU Dean Talks Drug Trials For COVID-19 Treatment

The Louisiana State University School of Medicine will use some of those pills in a clinical trial to further study the drug. We spoke about the study with Dr. Steve Nelson, dean of LSU’s School of Medicine in New Orleans.

AARP Louisiana answering seniors' coronavirus questions

AARP Louisiana is holding a Telephone Town Hall Meeting today to answer seniors’ concerns about the coronavirus. State Director Denise Bottcher says Dr. Benjamin Springgate with LSU Health New Orleans will be on the call to answer health-related questions.

“He will be on to give us the latest guidance from the CDC, to go over some of those practical things but important things that we all need to be doing,” says Bottcher.

How Has Crime Been Impacted By The Coronavirus In New Orleans?

Peter Scharf, Adjunct Professor and Criminologist at LSU Health New Orleans School of Public Health, joins Tommy to talk about crime in the City of New Orleans.

What we know about the coronavirus outbreak in New Orleans: March 31

Tulane Medical Center, LSU School of Medicine and LCMC Health announced on Tuesday that they have developed a test that will be able to run up to nearly 200 tests a day on patients. Test results would be available within four hours.

LSU School of Medicine to begin testing potential COVID-19 medicine

With a recent donation of 400,000 hydroxychloroquine tablets, a drug with the potential to be vital in the treatment of COVID-19 patients and healthcare workers, testing of the medication will soon begin in Louisiana.  Dean of LSU Health Sciences School of Medicine Dr. Steve Nelson says the drug has been shown in a test tube to kill coronavirus, but there has only been a small number of clinical trials.

LSU Health Sciences School of Medicine to begin testing of potential COVID-19 medication

Dean of LSU Health Sciences School of Medicine Dr. Steve Nelson says the drug has been shown in a test tube to kill coronavirus, but there has only been a small number of clinical trials.

“The most popular one that was done was done in France by a distinguished investigator there saying it accelerated the clearance of the virus from the lung and that these patients improved, but it was a small number,” said Nelson.

Dr. Lopez: Still a lot of unknowns in fight against coronavirus

Scoot talks to Dr. Fred Lopez, an infectious disease specialist at LSU Health, about what he is worried about as the coronavirus pandemic progresses

Louisiana to get 400,000 pills that might help fight against COVID-19

“This donation will allow us to conduct clinical trials examining how hydroxychloroquine may help clear the virus from the lungs of infected patients and to potentially help shield healthcare workers who are on the front lines treating patients,” Dr. Steve Nelson, Dean of LSU Health Sciences Center School of Medicine, said in a prepared statement.

Louisiana receives drug donation to research COVID-19 treatment and prevention

The Louisiana State University School of Medicine is launching two clinical trials testing the anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine in relation to COVID-19. One will give the drug to people who have significant symptoms of COVID-19 to see if it is useful in killing the virus. The other will test whether hydroxychloroquine given to healthy subjects can protect them from contracting the disease. This protocol would involve health care workers.

Coronavirus pandemic likely to trigger more post-traumatic stress cases, LSU researcher says

Associate professor Ariane Rung bases that conclusion in part on a 2019 study she co-authored that found that women in mostly rural areas of seven southeastern Louisiana parishes continued to experience symptoms of trauma and PTSD for years after the 2010 BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill at levels greater than the national average.

Amneal To Donate Medicine To Louisiana

The School of Medicine at Louisiana State University will be working with the drug hydroxychloroquine sulfate for clinical trials in an effort to try to find a remedy and possible prevention for Covid-19.

AG Landry, Sen. Mills announce donation of 400,000 hydroxychloroquine sulfate tablets

The Louisiana State University School of Medicine is working to launch two different clinical trials using hydroxychloroquine in relation to COVID-19. One trial will utilize hydroxychloroquine on those who have significant COVID-19 disease. The other trial protocol will use and test the drug as a preventative measure for those healthcare workers on the front lines battling the epidemic. Trials will be conducted at the University Medical Center in New Orleans and at the LSU Medical School locations in Baton Rouge and Lafayette.

400,000 tablets of anti-malarial medication donated to Louisiana for coronavirus trials

The tablets will be shipped to University Medical Center in New Orleans and the LSU Medical School wings in Baton Rouge and Lafayette.

Common Heart Drugs' Risk With COVID-19 Unproven, Experts Say

Dr. James Diaz, a professor at Louisiana State University's School of Public Health in New Orleans, warned of the possible risk in a letter to the editor published online March 24 in the Journal of Travel Medicine, based on an analysis of nearly 1,100 COVID-19 patients by Chinese researchers.

That analysis found COVID-19 patients with high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes or chronic kidney disease often required treatment in an intensive care unit, were placed on ventilators or died. Diaz wrote these patients all had conditions that probably were treated with ACE inhibitors or ARBs and called for studies to see if these drugs were at least partially responsible for the severe outcomes.

Still, Diaz urged against anyone suddenly stopping their heart medications.

Protecting the protectors: LSU team supporting physicians, combatting COVID-19 by creating masks, ventilator parts

An LSU resident emergency room physician picked up prototype ventilator pieces from the LSU team on Saturday for inspection and evaluation.

COVID-19 highlights health disparities facing African-Americans

A Fox 8 (New Orleans) report found that, “according to the state health department, a number of people in Louisiana who have died from COVID-19 had underlying health conditions. Forty-one percent had diabetes, 31 percent had chronic kidney disease and 28 percent were obese.”

“Because of the demographics of our unhealthy population and in New Orleans, in particular, we do have a large number of patients who have these conditions and that is what puts the patients in a higher risk category even if they are of a younger age,” Dr. James Diaz with LSU Health School of Public Health told Fox 8. “You don’t necessarily have to be older than 65 for example, you could be younger and have one of these coexisting medical conditions.”

AARP La. hosts statewide telephone town hall

The scheduled guests include Dr. Benjamin Springgate with the LSU Health Sciences Center and LaVonda Dobbs, who runs the Louisiana 2-1-1 hotline.

400,000 Hydroxychloroquine tablets donated to benefit COVID-19 patients in Louisiana

The Louisiana State University School of Medicine is working to launch two different clinical trials using hydroxychloroquine in relation to COVID-19. One trial will utilize hydroxychloroquine on those who have significant COVID-19 disease.

Anti-malarial medication coming to Louisiana for coronavirus trials

The tablets will be shipped to University Medical Center in New Orleans and the LSU Medical School wings in Baton Rouge and Lafayette.

AARP La. hosts statewide telephone town hall

The scheduled guests include Dr. Benjamin Springgate with the LSU Health Sciences Center and LaVonda Dobbs, who runs the Louisiana 2-1-1 hotline.

Pharmaceutical company donates drug to Louisiana for COVID-19 patients

The attorney general's office says the Louisiana State University School of Medicine is working to launch two different clinical trials using hydroxychloroquine in relation to COVID-19.

How Has The Coronavirus Changed Over The Weekend?

Dr Fred Lopez, LSU Health New Orleans, joins Tommy to talk about the latest on the coronavirus and it's impact on Louisiana and New Orleans.

Common Heart Drugs' Risk With COVID-19 Unproven, Experts Say

A new theory suggests the coronavirus could be binding to angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 (ACE2) receptors in the lower respiratory tracts. Commonly used drugs like ACE inhibitors and angiotensin II receptor blockers (ARBs) are often used to control heart failure and blood pressure. But animal research suggests these drugs may increase the number of ACE2 receptors in the entire body -- possibly making human patients more susceptible to severe COVID-19.

In Louisiana's coronavirus fight, everyone from doctors to crafters needed as volunteers

As Louisiana hospitals and first responders reel from a surge in coronavirus infections and equipment shortages, medical experts, universities and politicians have put out a clarion call for volunteers ranging from doctors to crafters.

LSU Health nursing student shares experience of working “on the bleeding edge of a global health crisis”

LSU Health New Orleans School of Nursing faculty received a message from one of their students who, along with about a dozen others, is responding to the COVID-19 crisis in Louisiana.

Since their clinical education was put on hold because of the outbreak, they have been working as nurse techs in hospitals hit hard by rapidly increasing numbers of patients with or suspected of having COVID-19.

He wrote the message because he wanted the school to see what he sees in his classmates. He asked that his name not be used because he said this isn’t about him --he feels like he is standing on the shoulders of giants -- so we’ll just call him “Nate.”

'We can make a difference': LSU nursing student and her mom collect unused masks for coronavirus

As a senior nursing student at LSU Health New Orleans, Kristina Rigterink was having a hard time sitting by while her friends and co-workers were on the front line of the coronavirus pandemic. Normally, Rigterink works as a nurse tech in the emergency department.

Why New Orleans Is Quickly Becoming a Coronavirus Epicenter in the U.S.

“Unfortunately, we’re a very unhealthy population,” Dr. James Diaz, professor of public health and preventive medicine at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, said.

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LSUHSC Dr. speaks out about fight against virus

Meanwhile, a New Orleans doctor on the coronavirus frontlines had this to say about his experience so far treating the virus:

"It's like watching a train crash in slow motion," explained Dr. Julio Figueroa, LSUHSC Chief of Infectious Diseases. "You know it's going to happen, but there's not much that you can do about it."

Why New Orleans is quickly becoming a coronavirus epicenter in the U.S.

"Unfortunately, we're a very unhealthy population," Dr. James Diaz, professor of public health and preventive medicine at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, said.

Louisiana schools speeding health care graduates, producing face shields

LSU Health New Orleans said Friday its nursing students also are working to treat COVID-19 patients.

“A number of our students are working as nurse techs at area hospitals, and our nurse anesthesia students are poised to begin working as well,” Demetrius Porche, dean of the LSU Health New Orleans School of Nursing, said.

New Orleans leaders bristle over Mardi Gras criticism, point to lack of coronavirus warning

Straif-Bourgeois said it’s possible the coronavirus was already present in New Orleans before Carnival festivities kicked into high gear — or that a few infected travelers among the hordes of tourists flooding the city brought it.

New Orleans and Jefferson Parish have the highest COVID-19 death rates in the country

“Because of the demographics of our unhealthy population and in New Orleans, in particular, we do have a large number of patients who have these conditions and that is what puts the patients in a higher risk category even if they are of a younger age,” James Diaz, M.D., with LSU Health School of Public Health said. “You don’t necessarily have to be older than 65 for example, you could be younger and have one of these coexisting medical conditions.”

Louisiana governor urges residents to isolate as cases surge

The number of coronavirus cases is growing in high density cities, like New Orleans. The governor of Louisiana has told residents to stay at home to reduce the number of cases. Louisiana State University Assistant Professor Dr. Corey Hebert joins Yasmin Vossoughian to discuss.

How LSU researchers, hospital leaders created a new coronavirus test lab in a week

And when LSU Health Sciences professor Dr. Hollis “Bud” O’Neal Jr. was trying to figure out how to alleviate the bottleneck of coronavirus tests waiting for labs to run them, he reached out to the vet school virologists, hoping they might be able to help provide much-needed viral transport medium — the material used to transport samples to the lab. O’Neal, Our Lady of the Lake’s medical director of research and a pulmonary provider for Baton Rouge General, got more than he bargained for.

Coronavirus: New Orleans could run out of hospital beds in weeks

Additionally, the city has also reached out to the medical schools at Tulane University and LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans, to see if medical students can become available to help in hospitals.

Nursing school supplements clinicals with simulations to graduate seniors

Students set to graduate from LSU Health New Orleans School of Nursing are unable to finish their real-world, hospital training. Now, leaders believe they have a virtual solution to get these new nurses where they're needed most.

Patients who Take ACEIs and ARBs May Be at Increased Risk of Severe COVID-19

ACEIs and ARBs are highly recommended medications for patients with cardiovascular diseases, such as refractory hypertension, coronary artery disease, heart failure, and post-myocardial infarction status.

Effects of COVID-19 could be severe in patients under medication for cardiovascular diseases

As the deadly COVID-19 continues to infect more people across the world, a cure or a vaccine appears to be elusive. Therefore, a deeper understanding of the factors that can exacerbate the outcome of the disease can enable in its better treatment. A letter to the editor published in the Journal of Travel Medicine suggests that patients who are on prescription drugs for common cardiovascular conditions could experience worse outcomes.

Blood pressure meds might increase COVID-19 infection risk, studies say

"Patients treated with ACEIs and ARBs for cardiovascular diseases should not stop taking their medicine, but should avoid crowds, mass events, ocean cruises, prolonged air travel and all persons with respiratory illnesses during the current COVID-19 outbreak in order to reduce their risks of infection," Dr. James Diaz, professor of environmental health sciences at LSU Health New Orleans School of Public Health, said in a press release.

New Orleans emerges as next coronavirus epicenter, threatening rest of South

“Mardi Gras was the perfect storm, it provided the perfect conditions for the spread of this virus,” said Dr. Rebekah Gee, who until January was the Health Secretary for Louisiana and now heads up Louisiana State University’s health care services division.

Answering Questions on the Coronavirus

Dr Fred Lopez of LSU Health New Orleans joins Tommy to talk about the latest numbers on the coronavirus. What should we expect going forward?

Coronavirus shutdowns have gone nationwide. Many police departments aren’t enforcing them.

With furious speed and growing alarm, the nation’s governors and mayors have closed down much of American life in recent days.

Dr. Clement on using anti-malaria drug to treat coronavirus

'We can make a difference': LSU nursing student and her mom collect unused masks for coronavirus

As a senior nursing student at LSU Health New Orleans, Kristina Rigterink was having a hard time sitting by while her friends and co-workers were on the front line of the coronavirus pandemic. Normally, Rigterink works as a nurse tech in the emergency department.

'I can't not help right now': Soon-to-be doctors consider their role in COVID-19 fight

In New Orleans, Ashley Duhon, 25, would likely have joined hundreds of her fellow students from the LSU Health New Orleans School of Medicine, along with their families and friends, in a large banquet hall in the Superdome to celebrate Match Day.

Louisiana, aleady a hotspot for HIV, faces coronavirus

And more than 80,000 people in the South are living with HIV and don’t know it -- more than in any other region in the country. That means they’re not receiving treatment and could face potentially devastating outcomes if they contract COVID-19, said Dr. David Welsh, a pulmonologist at LSU.

How to manage COVID-19 stress, anxiety

It’s easy to be glued into social media feeds and the 24-hour news cycle but it could be doing more harm than good.

Dr. Kathleen Crapanzano, is the Program Director of LSU and OLOL’s Psychiatry Residency. She’s also an Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry.

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New Orleans has some of the highest coronavirus infection rates in the U.S. -- yet it's overlooked

Newell: NOLA Metro could be #1 virus hotspot in US by weekend

Doctor: Coronavirus fears don't require you to have cabin fever, too. Enjoy the outdoors

But computer games, watching TV and jigsaw puzzles have only so much appeal. Is there a way to cure cabin fever without catching or spreading something worse?

Yes, says Dr. Benjamin Springgate, chief of community and population medicine at LSU Health New Orleans.

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