Health Infographics

A Guide to Coronavirus in the UK

A Guide to Coronavirus in the UK

Here is an infographic by the team at VizionOnline in London that is packed with information about the Coronavirus disease in the United Kingdom. It features the overall UK stats, total confirmed cases, confirmed cases by day, the top 20 worst hit areas in the UK and the main symptoms of Coronavirus from China along with advice from the NHS.

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Fighting Coronavirus Disease: Take Precautions But Don’t Panic

Fighting Coronavirus Disease: Take Precautions But Don’t Panic

On December 29, 2019, Chinese health authorities noticed an unusual cluster of pneumonia cases in the city of Wuhan, China, all linked to a new strain of the Coronavirus. By January 23, 2020, the sharp spike in number of cases in the Wuhan region prompted the Chinese government to announce a complete lock-down. This infographic looks at ways to fight the Coronavirus disease.

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History’s Deadliest Viruses Illustrated to Scale

History’s Deadliest Viruses Illustrated to Scale

How does the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 compare to the deadliest viruses our world has ever had to face?  This infographic illustrates 24 of these deadly diseases to scale, including a chart that compares the mortality rate, death toll, mode of transmission, and more for these viruses that have wreaked so much havoc on our world.

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The Growing Cost of Healthcare: Supply Chain Management

The Growing Cost of Healthcare: Supply Chain Management

By 2025, 2.5 million new healthcare workers will be needed, but there aren’t enough new graduates to fill these roles. VIE Healthcare explains the overlooked opportunities for cost reduction below. Does the future of hospitals lie in the hands of data-based decision making?

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Stop the Spread of Germs

Stop the Spread of Germs

Take simple actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory illnesses like COVID-19. This infographic illustrates the preventative steps recommended by the CDC. Staying home when you feel sick, regularly disinfecting surfaces, using a tissue to cover your coughs, and washing your hands for 20 seconds are easy ways you can do your part to stop the spread of germs.

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10 Interesting Facts About Your Teeth That You Didn’t Know

10 Interesting Facts About Your Teeth That You Didn’t Know

What does your teeth have in common with an iceberg? Or what does your mouth have in common with Streptococcus mutan? Check out this infographic that looks into the fascinating world of teeth. You’ll be able to identify tooth decay from a visible sign like yellow teeth or learn that you only see 1/3rd of your tooth, as the rest is hidden out of sight beneath your gum line.

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Coronavirus Etiquette – Top 10 Handshake Alternatives

Coronavirus Etiquette – Top 10 Handshake Alternatives

Love this short animated video from our friends at Avalaunch Media related to the greeting practice of handshaking amidst this current Coronavirus pandemic hitting the planet. It’s premise is that the handshake is a thing of the past, especially during flu season. It’s all about the bro nod, or the foot touch, or even the hat tip. The possibilities are endless! 

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Why Have a Colonoscopy?

Why Have a Colonoscopy?

A colonoscopy is the only procedure that allows precancerous polyps to be found and removed immediately, preventing their development into colon cancer.  Learn more about why you should have a colonoscopy in this infographic.

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The Business of Post-Acute Care

The Business of Post-Acute Care

By 2026, the market for long term care in the U.S. will reach more than $737 billion. Yet, nursing homes have faced increasing closures over the 2 decades. Why are costs rising, and what’s missing in leadership? The following infographic explains the operational factors shaping the post-acute ecosystem.

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