Medical journals around the world are opening access to COVID-19-related research for public viewing to ensure timely access to information and to share research that may slow the pandemic.
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Understanding temporal dynamics of COVID-19 patient symptoms could provide fine-grained resolution to guide clinical decision-making.
It’s a strange new normal for all of us as we keep practicing medicine during the coronavirus pandemic.
Alongside fever checks for COVID-19, physician practices may want to institute smell tests. Data from a new study show that patients who were diagnosed as COVID-19 positive were 27 times more likely than others to have lost their sense of smell but only 2.6 times more likely to have fever or chills. The study, “Augmented […]
Broad amplification of accurate information is essential to counteract the massive increase in demand for unproven and potentially hazardous coronavirus treatments prompted by high-profile endorsements.
Please remember the lessons you learned during this crazy time and join me in creating a better new normal.