Children and COVID: Weekly cases resume their climb
Decline in new vaccinations continues, even among 5- to 11-year-olds.
Oral step-down therapy for infective endocarditis
What is oral step-down therapy’s relative clinical effectiveness, compared with prolonged IV antibiotics for infective endocarditis (IE)?
New data on rare myocarditis after COVID-19 vaccination
Most adolescents and young adults recover quickly from the rare complication of myocarditis following mRNA COVID-19 vaccination, a new study shows...
Children and COVID-19: 7 million cases and still counting
Over 900,000 children aged 5-11 years completed the vaccine regimen in the last week.
Compression therapy prevents recurrence of cellulitis
Do compression garments prevent recurrent cellulitis in patients with lower-extremity edema?
Antibiotics vs. placebo in acute uncomplicated diverticulitis
Does antibiotic therapy decrease length of hospital stay for patients with acute uncomplicated diverticulitis?
Children and COVID: New cases, vaccinations both decline
Despite the drop in cases, the weekly count still exceeded 100,000 for the 16th week in a row.
Children and COVID: New cases increase for third straight week
Pace of vaccinations remains steady in 5- to 11-year-olds.
What makes a urinary tract infection complicated?
There are multiple interpretations of complicated UTIs.
Growing evidence supports repurposing antidepressants to treat COVID-19
“We can’t tell if the drugs are causing these effects, but the statistical analysis is showing significant association,” said Dr. Marina Sirota....