Patients who tested positive for Clostridoides difficile in the first year after diagnosis were more likely to go in for colectomy.
Already-low hospitalization and death rates among children are getting lower.
More than half (58%) of hospitalized children had underlying medical conditions and 38% had at least one hospitalization in the past year.
Children with moderate symptoms should have an electrocardiogram before returning to sports.
Dr. Offit predicts a vaccine may be able to be 75%-80% effective at preventing mild to moderate disease.
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Percentage of weekly cases occurring in children has dropped for 2 consecutive weeks.
Here are some key concepts and takeaways from HM20 Virtual for the pediatric hospitalist.
COVID-19 infection rates were significantly higher in children in lowest three quartiles of median family income.