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The Conversation (AU) - Health

Can you use a test intended for adults or older children? How do you test a wriggling or grumpy small child anyway? We’re infection control and chi...

Medscape ICU

Patients with chronic exposure to common air pollutants, even when exposure levels are low, are at increased risk for hospitalization, admission to...

Medscape ICU

Physicians say the process to get approval from insurance companies before treating patients has gotten out of hand.

Medscape ICU

Two Belgian academies of medicine recommend that topical naloxone (nasal spray) be made readily available. A professor of intensive care weighs in ...

Medscape ICU

Physicians are constantly hearing that they're suffering from burnout -- but by now, are they becoming a little bit jaded over the attention to thi...

Medscape ICU

Diversity, equity, and inclusion mean knowing the right words to use with patients and understanding their distinct customs and perspectives to bet...

Medscape ICU

New research shows that states that mandated instruction in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and automated external defibrillator use have greater rat...

The Conversation (AU) - Health

As cases continue to skyrocket in Australia, parents are understandably worried about what would happen if their baby got COVID.

The Conversation (AU) - Health

The WHO has released a major report on assistive technology. It says almost 1 billion children and adults can’t get the glasses, wheelchairs, techn...

The Conversation (AU) - Health

A yet-to-be-verified study found health-care workers who’d had a flu shot were a third less likely to test positive for COVID – and 90% less likely...

Medscape ICU

The CDC recommends the oral drug for early-stage treatment of mild to moderate COVID-19 among people at high risk for progression to severe disease.

Medscape ICU

Physicians asking "why again?," demand action after gunman murders 21 in the town of Uvalde.