New virus causing ‘Alaskapox’ detected in two more cases
September 24, 2021
Sampling of the pox mark showed that it was caused by a previously unidentified virus of the same family as smallpox and cowpox.
Clostridioides difficile: Two sets of guidelines disagree
July 8, 2021
Clinicians may find themselves trying to reconcile conflicts between the American College of Gastroenterology and Infectious Diseases Society of America guidelines.
COVID-19 vaccines: Preparing for patient questions
December 11, 2020
Two experts discuss what clinicians can expect and what evidence-based – as well as compassionate – answers might look like.
Liver injury linked to COVID-19–related coagulopathy
November 18, 2020
Cells that line the liver’s blood vessels produce high levels of factor VIII, a coagulation factor, when they are exposed to interleukin-6, an inflammatory molecule associated with COVID-19.