Identifying that the spike protein is the target of the coronavirus, and making vaccines with spike proteins—that began in 2003 after the first SARS, so, this was actually a
Most people who die at home with Covid don't get coronavirus testing and so won't be counted as Covid deaths. ... And like that influenza outbreak, we are far from being done with coronavirus in June of 2020. .
3 observations from my week working on a COVID-19 floor. I've spent the last week working on the coronavirus unit of a Boston-area hospital, treating almost exclusively ... I've lost count of the number of times I've called the wife at home to update her
How doctors should communicate over the phone during COVID-19. The coronavirus crisis has turned the world of health care on its head in so many different ways.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created a climate of clinical creativity. Given the urgent need to preserve personal protective equipment (PPE) and minimize risk of exposure to the novel coronavirus, some
masks were not an effective barrier against coronavirus. ... Frequent adjusting of the cloth covering by new users will increase hand to face contact, which is a sure method of coronavirus infection. •
I predict that our collective political affliction will long outlast the coronavirus plague. ... Recently, a patient replied that has not received one. I asked what his concerns were and he firmly responded that he would never get vaccinated against the
Nevada governor, Steve Sisolak, has blocked the use against coronavirus to protect the patients who need it.
Q: How is COVID different from SARs (also a coronavirus). A: The maximum concentration of the virus is called the Peak Viral Load.
With the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic in full swing, internists are using telemedicine to provide safe care from a distance.