Pandemic”. These and other resources can be found in the Resources: Ambulatory Care Reopening and Recovery section of COVID-19: An ACP Physician's Guide. ... ACP released a statement in late August strongly supporting the use of science, based on the
With the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic in full swing, internists are using telemedicine to provide safe care from a distance. ... ACP's telehealth resources include a COVID-19 toolkit, which offers coding and billing tips for physician
The College recommended that in order to resume activities, communities need to have sufficient testing capacity, particularly for vulnerable populations, underserved communities, and those at greatest risk from COVID-19. ... Information on ACP resources
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 ... There's some evidence coming out (and many ICU specialists I've spoken to about
So to that end, I want to offer some suggestions for reducing your risk of acquiring COVID-19 at work. ... At my hospital, we have modified contact precautions for non-COVID-19 patients to not include gowns, since gowns are particularly in short supply.
help reduce lung inflammation and improve lung function in patients with COVID-19. ... that unauthorized fraudulent test kits are being marketed to test for COVID-19 in the home.
to help identify people who may have been exposed to the virus or who have recovered from COVID-19. ... clinical trial, as indicated in their emergency use authorization to treat COVID-19.
said. An emergency use authorization for the BinaxNOW COVID-19 Ag Card antigen test. ... A reissued emergency use authorization for the Abbott ID Now COVID-19 test.
Ltd. There have been performance concerns with the accuracy of this COVID-19 antibody test. ... provides bi-level positive air pressure in spontaneously breathing adults with COVID-19 who weigh more than 30 kg.
ACP's decision was based on recent reports from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the CDC regarding novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and in recognition of the vital role of