HK Ocular Surface Newsletter Issue No. 1 Nov 2022

HK Ocular Surface Newsletter Issue No. 1 Nov 2022

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Should your child receive covid-19 vaccination? Risk-benefit analyses in infants, children, and adolescents

Should your child receive covid-19 vaccination? Risk-benefit analyses in infants, children, and adolescents

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At the Heart of the Discussion: COVID-19 Cardiovascular Complications in the Pregnant Women

At the Heart of the Discussion: COVID-19 Cardiovascular Complications in Pregnant Women

Pregnancy is accompanied by cardiovascular changes, namely increased sympathetic drive, renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system (RAAS) activation for plasma volume expansion, as well as increased erythropoiesis for efficient oxygen and nutrient delivery; these altogether meet the metabolic and circulatory demands for maternal-foetal wellbeing.

Covid-19 vaccination safety and effectiveness for pregnant and lactating women

Covid-19 vaccination safety and effectiveness for pregnant and lactating women

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Upfront Treatment of Advanced Stage Follicular Lymphoma - A Case Study of Obinutuzumab in Hong Kong

Upfront Treatment of Advanced Stage Follicular Lymphoma – A Case Study of Obinutuzumab in Hong Kong

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Dr Ho SO – Vaccination Safety and Effectiveness in Immunocompromised Patients

HKMA CME Live Lecture: Dr Ho SO – Vaccination Safety and Effectiveness in Immunocompromised Patients

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Vaccination versus Active Infection_A Comparison of the Cardiovascular Risks

Vaccination versus Active Infection: A Comparison of the Cardiovascular Risks

Inflammation and homeostasis disruption, from either coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) infection and vaccination, can give rise to cardiovascular pathology.

Common Respiratory Viruses and Their Associated Cardiovascular Risks

Common Respiratory Viruses and Their Associated Cardiovascular Risks

Influenza types A and B, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), adenovirus, and parainfluenza virus types 1, 2, 3 have long been categorised as the common respiratory viruses in Hong Kong.

Personalised Angina Treatment at Cellular Level

Personalised Angina Treatment at Cellular Level

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Strategy for COVID-19 vaccination: Disease control, elimination or eradication

Strategy for COVID-19 vaccination: Disease control, elimination or eradication?

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