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Medscape ICU

Drs Robert Glatter and Paul Auwaerter discuss Paxlovid rebound and recommendations for patients with COVID-19.

The Conversation (AU) - Health

The latest plan is comprehensive, sober, realistic and the product of considerable consultation. But it’s missing a few key issues if we are to ade...

Medscape ICU

This large metropolitan hospital set up a non-standard expansion-ICU setting during the initial phase of the COVID-19 crisis. How did patient outco...

Medscape ICU

From European Society of Cardiology 2022, Drs O'Donoghue and Valgimigli discuss the latest analysis suggesting that for single antiplatelet therapy...

Medscape ICU

It's 'the end of the story for colchicine in COVID-19,' an expert said. In addition, aspirin does not help outpatients with COVID and a low-dose or...

Medscape ICU

For the first time, the European Society of Cardiology has produced a guideline that, across 272 recommendations, sets out how cardiotoxicity risk ...

The Conversation (AU) - Health

Caregivers of children with ear disease said they’d noticed them talking loudly, turning up the TV or devices, being distracted, talking in class, ...

Medscape ICU

A woman is rushed to the emergency department with symptoms of pneumonia. What does the ECG reveal about her rapid pulse?

Medscape ICU

The investigators of the DELIVER trial and others suggest that all patients with heart failure get SGLT2 inhibitors, but this cardiologist sees dif...

Medscape ICU

Leaders in academic medicine must support faculty with antibullying policies, says the co-author of new study of US medical schools.

The Conversation (AU) - Health

Brown noise sounds like the ocean and some people say it helps them sleep. Here’s what the science actually says.

The Conversation (AU) - Health

Physical activity levels decline during the teenage years. Introducing your teen to high-intensity interval training (HIIT) is one way to get them ...