excluded. In situations of potential outbreaks or novel, virulent pathogens (e.g., Ebola, Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus), enforcing isolation precautions should be prioritized, and hospitals should consider restricting nonessential
As the novel coronavirus makes more patients seriously ill, with common symptoms including acute shortness of breath, physicians have reason to turn to those already expert in this difficult subject.
Clinicians and health departments throughout the U.S. should be prepared to detect and manage cases of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV), the CDC recently warned.
The Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) offered criteria for testing inpatients and outpatients for COVID-19, while ACP addressed what communities need in order to safely resume economic activities and in-person medical visits.
The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has brought palliative care to the forefront of internal medicine. ... As the novel coronavirus makes more patients seriously ill, with common symptoms including acute shortness of breath, physicians have
The Coronavirus Treatment Acceleration Program aims to bring treatments to market as quickly as possible while supporting research to further evaluate whether they are safe and effective for treating patients with ... the coronavirus.
This month's Q&A and Newman's Notions are also about the novel coronavirus.
Studies offered further support for anticoagulation in patients with COVID-19 but showed no benefit from hydroxychloroquine or lopinavir-ritonavir. The authors of recent pneumonia guidelines explained how the recommendations apply to COVID-19
connection when the systems and structures are set up to try and keep people separated, because we're trying to keep people safe from coronavirus,” said Dr.
The Infectious Diseases Society of America releases guidance on infection prevention, hospitalists look at how to maintain their own health and physical distancing during the pandemic, and experts highlight ethical problems with policies on