Hospitalists describe the steps they've taken to prepare for the pandemic.
During the epidemic period of COVID-19, when seeing patients with neurologic manifestations, clinicians should suspect severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 infection as a differential diagnosis to avoid delayed diagnosis
ACP continues to press the government to do more to address the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and expand coverage of and access to testing and treatment. ... Several recent articles offered guidance on preparing for the spread of the novel
On top of the coronavirus that we're all fighting as health care professionals, some of our colleagues might be fighting the racism virus at the same time,” he said.
Submit your short article about a strategy, patient or colleague interaction, or other aspect of hospital practice during the pandemic by Aug. 31, and it may be published in the November ACP Hospitalist.
It's time to cram on managing mechanical ventilation.
Recent articles offered advice on avoiding overuse in medicine and viral spread, including during ventilation. A study found mood problems and fears among physicians treating COVID-19, while mental health experts offered some solutions.
Hospitalists caring remotely for New York patients explain their role.
Medical societies addressed appropriate resuscitation and chest imaging practices for patients with COVID-19, as well as general use of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO).
The Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) made recommendations on using drugs to treat COVID-19, while cardiac groups warned about risks of arrhythmias with hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin.