Allocation of health care resources should be made according to a plan, by a triage team, and not left to front-line clinicians.
Independently preparing for the surge capacity needed to face COVID-19 may be infeasible for some hospitals.
“This is a kind of disease in which you don’t have to follow the protocol – you have to follow the physiology. Unfortunately, many, many doctors...
Early enteral nutrition is essential in hospitalized patients unable to maintain oral nutrition.
Dr. Benjamin Davido, an infectious disease specialist at Raymond-Poincaré Hospital in Garches, Paris, discusses the implications of new data on...
One expert involved in the development of the first international guidelines on the management of critically ill patients with COVID-19 highlights...
Matt Aldrich, MD, medical director of critical care at UCSF Health in San Francisco, speaks about critical care issues in COVID-19.
Hospitalists at EvergreenHealth in Kirkland, Wash., benefited from an early connection with Chinese peers.
From communicating with staff to managing patients with comorbidities, here’s how a major Seattle medical center is preparing.
The target users of this guideline are frontline clinicians, allied health professionals, and policy makers involved in the care of patients with...