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Hospitals are running low on respirators, but rapid testing could help protect workers. Here’s how. Dr. Anuj Shah, an interventional cardiologist who has joined hospitals like St. Mary’s General Hospital in Passaic, St. Michael’s Medical Center in Newark and Jersey City Medical Center, said health care workers are typically allotted one set of PPE a day, and often wear basic surgical masks they replace over the approved equipment. He …Continue reading

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Coronavirus: Doctor Describes Working In NYC’s ‘Battle Zone’

Dr. Anuj Shah, a cardiologist with his own practice, now spends his days working in the ICU at Christ Hospital in Jersey City. CBS2’s Tara Jakeway reports. Source:

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Coronavirus: Lack of medical supplies ‘a national shame’

President Trump has invoked the Defense Production Act to get General Motors to make more ventilators and Boeing will make face shields for medical professionals. Doctors in the United States have been sharing the difficulty of obtaining gear to treat patients with Covid-19. Some say it adds to the pressure of caring for their patients …Continue reading

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CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC: Jersey City Testing Sites Open; NJ Doctor Says Hospital Workers Are In ‘Battle Zone’

Sadly, the situation at Hoboken University Medical Center isn’t unique. CBS2 got an exclusive first-hand account of the overwhelming hardship inside Christ Hospital in Jersey City from Dr. Anuj Shah, a cardiologist who is now working in the battle zone that is the hospital’s ICU. “You get one mask per provider per day. You take …Continue reading

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Ease Stress for Heart Health

For your heart’s sake, make it a priority to keep your stress in check. “Stress is a known factor for poor cardiac health,” says cardiologist Anuj Shah, MD, founder of Apex Heart and Vascular Care in Passaic, NJ. High levels of stress can lead to high blood pressure, hypertension, some heart rhythm problems (arrhythmias), and …Continue reading

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