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Pfizer C3671008 “MATISSE”

Pfizer C3671008 “MATISSE”

20th July, 2021 | Published by Saltzer Health

Download Informational Flyer You’ll give them love in lots of ways. Could protection from RSV be one of them? Pass on what'simportant.The MATISSE maternal vaccine study wants to find out if giving expecting mothers an investigational vaccine for respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is safe and could help protect their babies from RSV after they are born.RSV is known to cause common illnesses of the airways. In fact, it is the most common cause of bronchiolitis (inflammation of the small airways)...

GSK MAT RSV-009 “GRACE”

GSK MAT RSV-009 “GRACE”

20th July, 2021 | Published by Saltzer Health

https://vimeo.com/368886297 Download Informational Flyer Consider joining us in the GRACE Clinical Study The goal of the GRACE Clinical Study is to learn more about a study vaccine, including whether it may help boost the level of RSV-fighting antibodies in pregnant women and whether those antibodies pass to their babies and may help protect babies against RSV disease. What we learn in this study may possibly help us develop an RSV maternal vaccine in the future. Learn more and see if...

Jodie Hadley, Saltzer Surgery Center

Jodie Hadley, Saltzer Surgery Center

9th July, 2021 | Published by Saltzer Health

Jodie Hadley’s mom, grandma, aunt and sister are nurses.  “It kind of ran in the family,” she said. But she wouldn’t listen when they warned her about a career in healthcare. “They all told me not to, so as a teen I figured I’d better do exactly what they said I shouldn’t do,” Hadley said. She couldn’t help herself. “I’ve always been interested in everything medical. I think I was driven as a child. I was always the one putting...

Dr. Brian Affleck presents online program July 28 about device to treat obstructive sleep apnea

Dr. Brian Affleck presents online program July 28 about device to treat obstructive sleep apnea

7th July, 2021 | Published by Saltzer Health

Are you having trouble sleeping? A small medical device works inside your body to help you sleep. The device, which is manufactured by Inspire Medical Solutions Inc., is placed during a same-day, outpatient procedure. When you are ready for bed you click a remote to turn Inspire on.  While you sleep, Inspire opens your airway, allowing you to breathe normally and sleep peacefully. Inspire is an FDA-approved obstructive sleep apnea soluton that treats the root cause of sleep apnea with...