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Coronavirus

Resuming primary care is a key priority for supporting the U.S. health care system's capacity to manage and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
June 2020

Coronavirus

The College addressed what communities need to safely resume economic activities and in-person medical visits, and released a new video emphasizing the essential role of the internal medicine community.
May 2020

Coronavirus

The NIH offered guidance on prioritization when monoclonal antibodies can't be given to all eligible patients. Two studies looked at patients with persistent COVID-19 symptoms, and other research confirmed the safety and effectiveness of the vaccines
September 2021

Coronavirus

A retrospective report looked at serologic antibody testing, while two case series reports described use of convalescent plasma in critically ill patients with COVID-19 in China.
April 2020

Coronavirus

Recent studies focused on patients' status after hospitalization for COVID-19, one finding that outcomes with home oxygen were good, but others noting that post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), readmissions, and new diagnoses of medical conditions
April 2021

Coronavirus

An analysis of the omicron surge found that unvaccinated people were 23 times more likely to be hospitalized than those who got a booster. Two studies assessed how the pandemic delayed primary care, and an international study tied lower infection
February 2022

Coronavirus

A living systematic review still only finds strong support for steroids, an antibody cocktail reduced viral load in outpatients, overdoses rose during lockdowns, and studies looked at loss of life from the pandemic.
December 2020

Coronavirus

A risk calculator, genetic findings, and red blood cell distribution width helped predict severity of and death from COVID-19. Tocilizumab showed benefit, but a number of other treatments, including CPR, did not, according to recent research.
September 2020

Coronavirus

Two new studies reported on infections in fully vaccinated people, while another looked at the rate of myocardial infarction and stroke in patients with COVID-19. A survey found depression and anxiety to be common during the pandemic, and the push
August 2021

Osteoarthritis

The ongoing coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic highlights the importance of being able to deliver effective health care remotely through a modality as widely available as the telephone,” they wrote.
March 2021

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