Image by Geber86. COVID-19 may foster innovation in primary care as physicians describe various strategies to reconnect with patients, such as leveraging telemedicine visits to also explain the practice's ... As the pandemic stretches on into winter,
Recent guidelines were not supportive of some authorized drug treatments for COVID-19. ... The FDA recently issued two additional EUAs for COVID-19 treatments. On Nov.
And sadly I have only seen it get worse because of COVID-19 restrictions, both in acute health care facilities (hospitals) and also sub-acute (rehabilitation). ... Chronic COVID-19 will cause much chronic disability, and society needs to fit that.
The FDA has a trial currently on-going to test it's effectiveness in treating COVID-19. ... The FDA will certainly fast-track anything that proves to be helpful in treating COVID-19.
Bell noted—and the morbidity and mortality different groups face from COVID-19. ... Rachel Levine, MD, secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Health, addressed the politics of COVID-19 vaccination.
From patients dying to financial uncertainty, the consequences of COVID-19 for physicians are both professional and personal. ... Then reports of COVID-19 appeared first in China, followed by other regions of the world, including the U.S.
Behind the mask assessing risk in COVID-19: playing risk. It's an earnest game, judging what risks are serious, which trivial, and how to balance them through daily life. ... Chronic COVID-19 will cause much chronic disability, and society needs to fit
When COVID-19 started to hit California, organizations across the state secured housing for those without stable living situations. ... the Virtual Summit on Health System Recovery from the COVID-19 Pandemic, an online conference held in June by Global
Multiple methods and numerous trials are underway in an attempt to develop a vaccine to end the COVID-19 pandemic. ... The race is on to develop a vaccine to help end the COVID-19 pandemic, with more than 100 potential candidates in various stages of