Long COVID seen in patients with severe and mild disease
A Swiss study shows how even mild COVID cases can lead to debilitating symptoms, according to Dr. Christopher Terndrup.
Standard medical mask can protect wearer from aerosols
Antimicrobial resistance threat continues during COVID-19
For some patients, the pandemic and antimicrobial resistance are intertwined.
Post–COVID-19 lung injury: What we know so far
Conservative treatment for spontaneous pneumothorax?
Is conservative management of moderate to large primary spontaneous pneumothorax an acceptable alternative to interventional treatment?
Few clinical guidelines exist for treating post-COVID symptoms
‘We can prevent many infections from this virus, but we are still left to manage many post-COVID symptoms,’ says Dr. Linda Girgis.
Prophylactic anticoagulation tied to lower death rate in COVID
Prophylactic use of low-dose anticoagulation to prevent venous thromboembolism was associated with reduced 60-day mortality in patients...
U.S., international MIS-C studies yield disparate results
The two real-world observational studies were published online in The New England Journal of Medicine.
COVID-19 death toll higher for international medical graduates
These individuals are more likely to work in places where the incidence of COVID-19 is high and in facilities with fewer resources, according to...
Collaborative effort reduces COPD readmissions, costs