A fourth-year medical student who recently matched in otolaryngology share what it’s like to be in medical school during the coronavirus pandemic.
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One of the harshest ethical dilemmas during epidemics is whether it will, be necessary to consider imposing limits on the continued care of critically ill patients who aren’t expected to survive.
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Richard Smith, MD, has gone from seeing patients in his regular otolaryngology practice to assisting his institution with COVID-19 patients in newly created ICU spaces in the hospital.
Within the adolescent and millennial population, increased risk of pulmonary side effects from a COVID-19 infection could be exacerbated with the use of electronic cigarettes and vaping liquids, especially those containing THC and originating in the black market.
In response to cautious states reopening and resident needs during the COVID-19 pandemic, the American Medical Association (AMA) has released new informational and educational resources without charge. The new Physician Practice Guide to Reopening provides step-by-step support and guidance for physicians planning to reopen their medical practices to help ensure the health and safety of […]
It has by now been widely reported that anosmia is a symptom of COVID-19—the CDC just added new loss of sense of smell to its list of known COVID-19 symptoms in its guidelines. Otolaryngology research has taken that knowledge a step further with a new study out of the University of California, San […]
*Editor’s Note: This interview has been edited for length and clarity. As the numbers of people infected and dying from COVID-19 grow, so do fear and apprehension about what lies ahead. Clear, effective communication to help patients navigate this unknown territory is critical. Dr. Alexander Chiu, ENTtoday’s physician editor, recently highlighted this in a commentary […]
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It is March 13, 2020 and I am sad, annoyed, a bit scared and unsure of what lies ahead. Having cancelled a work trip to Seattle and spring break vacation plans has given me plenty of time to sit in my office and reflect on the events of the past month. Some are calling this […]