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May 27, 2020
"Using a hand sanitizer that's no longer at least 60 percent alcohol won't do anything bad to you, but it might not kill all the germs on your hands," Kevin Kathrotia, chief operating officer of Millennium Neonatology says.
June 30, 2020
As coronavirus restrictions loosen and the U.S. reopens, it's still recommended for the public to practice social distancing to slow the spread of COVID-19—but how the heck are we supposed to enforce that for our younger kids?
Apr 27, 2020
Dr. Snehal Doshi, a board-certified pediatrician and CEO of Millennium Neonatology adds, “If the nanny or babysitter lives in your house with you, and their exposures are the same as yours, then that is the safest. However, if they come and go, then the risk goes up. We cannot control what they do outside of your home, so that makes things hard.”
Apr 08, 2020
“The CDC recommends using hand sanitizers that are at least 60 percent alcohol,” Dr. Kathrotia says. “After enough of the alcohol evaporates that the concentration falls below 60 percent, the sanitizer isn’t as effective.”
Nov 30, 2019
Millennium Neo's company objective is to provide compassion, consistency and continuous care to patients and families. Keep reading to hear a neonatologist's advice for NICU families and how to deal with these emotional stays...
Mar 24, 2020
Transitioning away from shift work provides a series of benefits to the business operations of hospitals. One important aspect impacted by this change is customer satisfaction. Hospitalist shifts greater than 13 hours have been linked to patient dissatisfaction with physician communication and level of care, which resulted in the patient not recommending the hospital.
Jan 31, 2020
Adapting this to the NICU, where the health of newborn babies lies in the hands of the attending physician, working several days in a row allows nurses and doctors to see a patient's condition improve or worsen...
Mar 5, 2020
So far, it appears the youth has been somewhat protected from this particular outbreak for reasons unknown. While children have certainly contracted the virus, including two newborns so far, the severity seems to be blunted. However, it is still important to be informed on prevention of the virus to slow its spread for the benefit of all...
Mar 5, 2020
“Soap and water are our best friends,” agreed Dr. Snehal Doshi, a neonatologist and CEO of Millennium Neonatology. “Cleaning wipes or disinfectant sprays to clean hard surfaces also will help. Take wipes with you and wipe down the shopping cart handles before you use it, for example.”