Among those affected, acute myocardial injury is either apparent at presentation or develops after hospitalization.
Hospitalists at EvergreenHealth in Kirkland, Wash., benefited from an early connection with Chinese peers.
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Physicians can empower people by helping them to develop skills aimed at focusing on positive aspects of life, said Dr. Robert T. London.
He describes his experiences treating patients during this unsettling time.
According to the AAN, the easing of restrictions on telehealth should be extended beyond Medicare fee-for-service to both Medicare Advantage and...
Dr. Annie Luetkemeyer, professor of infectious diseases at UCSF, spoke with Dr. Robert Wachter, chair of the UCSF Department of Medcine, about the...