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Patients who live in disadvantaged neighborhoods may not have access to healthy food and safe housing.
Underrepresented minorities face systemic bias and racism when interacting with the healthcare system, Dr. Salles writes.
“We went into it with expectations of, ‘We’ll treat as many patients as you need us to take,” Commander Erin Blevins recalled.
In as many as 80% of patients leaving the ICU, researchers have documented what they call post–intensive care syndrome (PICS).
Hospitalists at Baystate Health in Western Massachusetts realized the necessity of a new model of care for COVID-19 patients.
Ninety-five percent of management of COVID-19 patients is nothing other than practicing sound critical care medicine.
Lessons from the global influenza epidemic of 1918 may still apply.