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Latest COVID-19 research looks at serologic testing, transmission with nonsevere disease

Other studies suggested frailty and viral load may be used to inform care decisions in the hospital and looked at mobility during the pandemic.
7 Jul 2020

Progress and limitations on vaccines, strokes and readmissions in COVID-19

A report warned that a few health care workers developed COVID-19 shortly after vaccination, and studies showed that strokes were rare in COVID-19 patients but readmissions could not be predicted easily.
9 Feb 2021

New info, resources on novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

ACP is offering an updated online learning activity and a podcast to help physicians learn about coronavirus. CME credit is free for members upon completion of either activity.
3 Mar 2020

Certain factors associated with higher mortality risk in invasive group B strep infection

In a study of patients with invasive group B Streptococcus infections, all-cause 30-day mortality was highest for those with peritonitis and pneumonia or empyema and lowest among those with osteomyelitis or joint infection.
7 Jan 2020

Antivirals plus antibiotics may lower risk of hospitalization in some patients with influenza

Although combination antiviral and antibiotic therapy was associated with a significant reduction in respiratory hospitalization risk within 30 days compared to an antiviral alone in this study, that does not mean the combination should be widely used, the authors noted.
4 Feb 2020

COVID-19 outcomes in health care workers and over the long term, vaccine evidence and uptake among the latest research

A study found that health care workers hospitalized with COVID-19 had shorter stays, while a survey showed high uncertainty about vaccination. Johnson & Johnson released efficacy data on a one-shot vaccine, and a study identified long-term decreases in function among COVID-19 survivors.
2 Feb 2021

Recent research looks at remdesivir, steroids, biomarkers for COVID-19

Trials have found some potential benefit from remdesivir, early treatment with methylprednisolone, and measurement of C-reactive protein. Early vaccine trial results and guidance on antibody testing were also recently released.
2 Jun 2020

ACP supports National Immunization Awareness Month, urges vaccination discussion with patients

ACP is committed to helping raise adult immunization rates, especially among patients with chronic conditions.
30 Jul 2019

Latest updates on ACP's priorities, initiatives

ACP Spotlight offers readers a look at ACP's current top priorities and initiatives, as well as highlights from our e-newsletter, ACP Internist Weekly.
1 Jun 2020

Latest COVID-19 research on dexamethasone, hydroxychloroquine, a vaccine, tocilizumab

Peer-reviewed details on the recent trial of dexamethasone were released, and two new trials found no benefit to early treatment with hydroxychloroquine. Positive data from a phase 1 vaccine trial were also published, as was another study of tocilizumab.
21 Jul 2020

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