Tag : 2019 novel coronavirus

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Explaining the Association Between COVID-19 and Stroke

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Drs Mark Alberts and Jesse Weinberger discuss the mysterious association between COVID-19 and cerebrovascular disease in younger patients. Medscape Neurology Source link...
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Stay-at-Home Orders Correlated With Slower COVID-19 Spread

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One study showed less increase in the number of cases where a stay-at-home order was enacted; another found such that orders made a significant impact...
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COVID-19 Daily: FDA Test Warning, 'Warp Speed' Vaccine Project

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These are the coronavirus stories you need to know about today. Source link...
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COMMENTARY: COVID-19 Ruins Korean Med Graduate's US Plans

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Problems associated with the COVID-19 pandemic may prevent international medical graduates from attending US residency programs, which puts their key role in supplementing the workforce...
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COVID-19 Test Results: Don't Discount Clinical Intuition

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Accurate diagnosis of COVID-19 may require clinical intuition as COVID-19 tests prove less reliable than desired and SARS-CoV-2 turns out to be more wily than...
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COVID-19 Daily: Negative Diagnostic Tests, Whistleblower Complaint

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These are the coronavirus stories you need to know about today. Source link...
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COMMENTARY: COVID-19 Diary Week 4: The 'New Normal' Is Not Temporary

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Don Dizon borrows a metaphor from cancer care to better understand how COVID-19 will continue affecting both his personal and professional life. Source link...
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Social Isolation Tied to Higher Risk of CV Events, Death

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New study results are especially relevant now with social distancing guidelines due to COVID-19. Medscape Medical News Source link...
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Hydroxychloroquine Has No Benefit, 'Only Risks' in COVID-19

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Hydroxychloroquine has been touted as a potential treatment for COVID-19, but new observational data show it is not only without benefit but it increases death...
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The Fellows Behind the COVID-19 Literature Updates

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Two HIV research fellows are about to do their fifth biweekly deep-dive presentation on the COVID-19 literature. We asked them how they choose what to...
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COVID-19 Daily: First Vaccine Data, Antibody Test Issues

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These are the coronavirus stories you need to know about today. Source link...
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Telephone vs Telemedicine: Code and Bill Correctly During COVID-19

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CMS says it will reimburse for telephone-based consults the same as for office visits during COVID-19. Expert Betsy Nicoletti explains how to code and bill...
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COMMENTARY: A Quick Summary of the COVID-19 Literature So Far

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Who can keep up with the explosion of papers on SARS-CoV-2? Two Boston-based HIV Fellows have done four biweekly deep dives into the COVID-19 literature....
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COVID-19 Severity in Pregnancy Appears Lower Than H1N1

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Single case reports describe harrowing births and outcomes for women with COVID-19, but preliminary data suggest that overall, pregnant women do as well as the...
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Vitamin D: A Low-Hanging Fruit in COVID-19?

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Vitamin D in patients with COVID-19 has been the topic of a glut of recent research papers, but data are observational and RCTs are lacking....
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COVID-19 Daily: Debate Over Vitamin D, Dogs Sniff Out COVID

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These are the coronavirus stories you need to know about today. Source link...
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Coronavirus Social: Residents Help Out Graduating Med Students on Twitter

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Here are some of the top trending COVID-19 topics dominating the social media conversation among clinicians. Source link...
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COMMENTARY: Treating Liver Disease During COVID-19: New Recommendations

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Guidance from the AASLD comes with a disclaimer but still offers valuable insights to clinicians, says Dr William F. Balistreri. Source link...
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Which Specialties Are at Highest Risk for Contracting COVID-19?

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Anesthesiology, emergency medicine, and ophthalmology residents had highest rates of COVID-19 in New York City, according to a new study. Source link...

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