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Greetings to my sisters and brothers: wearers of the white coat, I greet you as your honored new President for the Medical Society of Mobile County for the remainder of 2020 and 2021. Dr. Koulianos has led us through a daunting year, one that I have never experienced before, and hope to never experience again.…Read More
Office at 2701 Airport Blvd.— mortgage paid off! Installed PPE (Person Protection Equipment) drop box at office Received large PPE donations from Airbus, Austal USA, and Coastal Insulation, as well as many individuals and smaller businesses in the community Received contributions from the Catranis Family Charitable Foundation and an anonymous donation to purchase 1,400K N95…Read More
MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — 100,000 masks were donated to the Medical Society of Mobile County to be distributed to first responders all across the county. “There’s still a shortage of masks,” said Dr. George Koulianos, President of the Medical Society of Mobile County. Only two cities in Alabama were given this donation: Birmingham and Mobile.…Read More
Dear Members of the Medical Society of Mobile County and Baldwin County Medical Society,
I am proud to announce that I am the Inaugural chairman of the newly formed Physician
Wellness Program, which will be known as Physician Care, and will serve both the Medical Society of
Mobile County and the Baldwin County Medical Society. I do this in conjunction with our current
presidents George Koulianos and Benjamin Schrubbe, as well as task force members Ellis Allen, Laura
Hollensworth, Bob Israel, and Ron Russell who laid the groundwork for this program.
A new remote monitoring program launched by Ascension Providence and Sacred Heart hospitals aims to provide an extra layer of support for COVID-19 patients.
Those who enroll in Ascension Home Monitoring, an at-home medical monitoring mobile application, are patients recovering from COVID-19, those who have been discharged from the hospital, or are symptomatic but don’t meet criteria needed to be hospitalized.
Cloth face coverings are recommended as a simple barrier to help prevent respiratory droplets from traveling into the air and onto other people when the person wearing the cloth face covering coughs, sneezes, talks, or raises their voice. This is called source control.Read More
Read the entire document here. In summary, their process involved:  A dedicated lab room equipped to uniformly disperse hydrogen peroxide vapor (35% solution) Exposing ~100 3M 1860 N95 respirators to the HP vapor flow for 25 minutes then letting them “dwell” for another 20 minutes Researchers also included bio indicators in the room (G.stearothermophilus)…Read More