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New ethics case study examines resource allocation during a pandemic

The case study examines how the current pandemic has demonstrated the need for ethical allocation of critical resources, such as ventilators.
1 Sep 2020

New research on Pfizer pill, mental disorders after COVID-19, vaccine reactions

A manufacturer-funded trial quantified the effectiveness of nirmatrelvir/ritonavir in outpatients. A retrospective study found veterans had more mental health diagnoses and received more antidepressants, benzodiazepines, and opioids after COVID-19, while two other studies looked at reactions to second and third doses of the vaccines.
22 Feb 2022

More booster authorizations, research on vaccine safety and uptake

The FDA and CDC endorsed boosters of the Johnson & Johnson and Moderna vaccines. Recent research showed that COVID-19 vaccination was not associated with miscarriage, and a small financial incentive for receiving a COVID-19 vaccine or providing transportation to a vaccination site increased uptake.
26 Oct 2021

Latest COVID-19 research looks at vaccines' efficacy, thrombocytopenia risk

Thrombosis with thrombocytopenia is a risk with the Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) vaccine, but not those using mRNA technology, one study found, while other research quantified the vaccines' effectiveness over time. A trial found that monoclonal antibodies reduced progression from asymptomatic to symptomatic infection.
18 Jan 2022

New data on COVID-19 vaccines' effectiveness over time, boosters, barriers to uptake

Multiple recent studies assessed the effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccines at different time intervals after vaccination, while others looked at the impact of booster shots. Results of a survey suggested that racial differences in vaccine uptake may be attributable to social barriers.
7 Dec 2021

Monitoring outpatients by text appeared to reduce mortality from COVID-19

Patients with SARS-CoV-2 who received twice-daily, automated text message check-ins with an option to report worsening symptoms at any time had lower 30- and 60-day mortality than outpatients receiving usual care, a retrospective study found.
16 Nov 2021

Telehealth options show benefit in treating effects of osteoarthritis

Recent randomized trials in patients with osteoarthritis showed that an app-based program was associated with some reduction in reported pain and that cognitive behavioral therapy by phone improved insomnia symptoms.
2 Mar 2021

ACP to honor Members lost due to COVID-19

ACP is collecting details for a Memorial Guide honoring internal medicine physicians and ACP colleagues who lost their lives due to COVID-19.
21 Jul 2020

COVID-19: In Memoriam

ACP honors internal medicine physicians and ACP colleagues who lost their lives due to the COVID-19 pandemic. View a message from ACP President Jacqueline Fincher, MD, MACP, and submit information about ACP Members and colleagues who should be recognized.
28 Jul 2020

New research on PASC, COVID-19 infection and vaccination during pregnancy

Two studies analyzed postacute sequelae of COVID-19 (PASC) in older and ICU patients. Other new research showed that symptomatic infection during delivery raised risks in pregnant women but vaccination during pregnancy was safe. An ACP/Annals of Internal Medicine forum focused on outpatient management of COVID-19, and the FDA issued an emergency use authorization for a new monoclonal antibody treatment.
15 Feb 2022

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