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Q&A

As the novel coronavirus makes more patients seriously ill, with common symptoms including acute shortness of breath, physicians have reason to turn to those already expert in this difficult subject.
April 2020

SHEA issues guidance on contact precautions for hospital visitors

excluded. In situations of potential outbreaks or novel, virulent pathogens (e.g., Ebola, Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus), enforcing isolation precautions should be prioritized, and hospitals should consider restricting nonessential
April 2015

Coronavirus

An accompanying editorial noted that obesity is a common but difficult-to-change risk factor, so measures to avoid coronavirus infection should be recommended to at-risk patients.
August 2020

Puzzling it out together

Hospitalists share strategies for pandemic problems.
October 2020

Infusion pump recalls, fecal transplant alert

The Coronavirus Treatment Acceleration Program aims to bring treatments to market as quickly as possible while supporting research to further evaluate whether they are safe and effective for treating patients with ... the coronavirus.
May 2020

Training meets pandemic

While faculty primarily cared for patients with COVID-19 at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), Parnassus campus, residents were involved in ICU care of patients with the novel coronavirus
August 2020

The greatest gift

Because of the steep uptick in cases in my area, COVID-positive patients had to share rooms, like in the good old days.
November 2020

Coronavirus

ICU patients with COVID-19 respiratory failure who were randomized to ventilation by helmet did have a lower rate of endotracheal intubation than those given high-flow oxygen, an Italian trial found.
March 2021

Recent Research

excluded. In situations of potential outbreaks or novel, virulent pathogens (e.g., Ebola, Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus), enforcing isolation precautions should be prioritized, and hospitals should consider restricting nonessential
July 2015

Huddling for camaraderie at noon

Our initial goal of the daily noon huddle was to bring our group together to discuss daily challenges and workflow and keep current on guidelines pertaining to COVID-19.
November 2020

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