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Proning maneuver dramatically improves COVID-19 patients’ blood oxygen levels

A new protocol for prone positioning—a technique commonly used to treat COVID-19 patients in respiratory distress by turning them on to their front to increase oxygen flow to the lungs, is published in the Journal of Frailty and Aging. Read More

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