Rescheduling Non- Urgent Care in Radiology: Implementation during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Publication date: Available online 19 May 2020Source: Journal of the American College of RadiologyAuthor(s): Achala Vagal;, Mary Mahoney;, Becky Allen;, Sangita Kapur;, Gavin Udstuen;, Lily Wang;, Susan Braley;, Abouelmagd Makramalla;, Seetharam Chadalavada;, Jennifer Scheler;, Ann Brown;, Eric England, Joseph Hudepohl;, Frank J. Rybicki;
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Conclusion: So far no pharmacological intervention was proven effective and safe to warrant its use in the routine treatment of COVID-19 patients; therefore such patients should ideally be treated in the context of clinical trials. The recommendations herein provided will be revised continuously aiming to capture newly generated evidence.
Conclusion: The results indicated that the reporting of confirmed cases in Brazil i s much lower as compared to other countries we analyzed. Therefore, decision-makers, including the government, fail to know the actual dimension of the pandemic, which may interfere with the determination of control measures.
RESUMO A pandemia causada pelo novo coronav írus tem provocado mudanças significativas no processo de tomada de decisão médica diante do paciente grave. Repentinamente, aumentaram as admissões em unidades de tratamento intensivo, porém, muitos desses casos não apresentam quadros relacionados à infecção viral, mas à exacerbação de doenças preexistentes. Nesse contexto, precisamos evitar que o processo decisório intuitivo e a insegurança nos levem a exaurir a disponibilidade de leitos críticos, antes do mome...
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The San Antonio Business Journal will host an online discussion on the heightened need for cybersecurity in the health care industry during the Covid-19 pandemic. As the global pandemic has consumed the world, online attacks against health care businesses have increased, as have scams surrounding treatment and medical equipment. To shine a light on the issue, the Business Journal in partnership with sponsor Digital Defense inc. will host a free webinar call ed "Hacking Our Health Care" at 11 a.m.…
The coronavirus pandemic has exposed a clash among medical experts over disease transmission that stretches back nearly a century to the very origins of germ theory.Reuters Health Information
This article examines the likelihood of increased chronic illness, mental distress, and mortality produced by the economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic.American Journal of Public Health
This guidance has been prepared to provide health professionals working in paediatrics and child health with advice around the ongoing outbreak of COVID-19. Guidance on this page is applicable to all paediatricians, with advice signposted information for settings specific guidance (community, neonatal and acute). It also links to further information developed by national bodies. Updates in this version (published 10 July): Tonsillar examination: updated advice on PPE. Updates in version published 7 July: Child protection, looked after children and vulnerable children processes in Scotland: guidance updated i...
CFHealthHub is a digital platform to help adults with cystic fibrosis manage their condition and monitor their medicine use. Evidence from a randomised feasibility study and two economic studies is discussed; the results of a UK RCT (n=607) are due for publication later this year