When should we open the economy after coronavirus? In the weeks ahead, there will be growing tension between forces wanting to open up the economy and those who demand that we
In February of 2013 a similar but distinct virus was identified in Saudi Arabia, the Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV). ... A Novel Coronavirus Called “MERS-CoV” in the Arabian Peninsula(Centers for Disease Control and
Coronavirus: What the Clinician Needs to Know” is a podcast produced by Core IM in collaboration with ACP. ... For these coronavirus education activities, ACP members may report their learning time for CME credit without charge.
A Swedish study found that patients who had COVID-19 were at higher risk for a first deep venous thrombosis (DVT) for up to three months, pulmonary embolism (PE) for up to six months, and bleeding for up to two months, while a single-center study
Telemedicine surges during the coronavirus pandemic. Not long ago, telemedicine was something that I read about.
explain the practice's coronavirus-related safety protocols and encourage an in-person visit. ... coronavirus-related safety protocols, or systematically reviewing their panels to flag at-risk patients.
Recipients of mRNA COVID-19 vaccines are now eligible for boosters at five months, the CDC released additional data on vaccine safety in pregnancy, a study found a short-term association between COVID-19 vaccination and menstrual changes, and new
3 questions this physician has about the coronavirus. Nobody could have imagined 3 months ago that a viral pandemic would be sweeping the world and changing everyone's lives completely. ... Here are 3 of my biggest:. 1. Could the Coronavirus, COVID-19,
The Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) listed six steps to help clinicians prescribe the COVID-19 medication while minimizing interaction risks. Other recent research looked at neuropsychiatric conditions after COVID-19 and hospital
5 big risk factors for getting very sick from coronavirus. As the toll from COVID-19 continues to climb, physicians and scientists are scrambling together the data, to determine why the ... 2. Chronic disease. People who suffer from chronic comorbidities