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WHO Report: Preparing for Long COVID 2021

vendredi, 26 février 2021 12:26 Écrit par

In the wake of the pandemic: preparing for Long COVID (2021) – World Health Organization News release: New policy brief calls on decision-makers to support patients as 1 in 10 report symptoms of “long COVID” – World Health Organization Commentaries: Long COVID sufferer still has disease’s debilitating symptoms nearly a year after first falling ill […]

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Perspective: Coronavirus reinfection will soon become our reality

jeudi, 25 février 2021 11:40 Écrit par

Coronavirus reinfection will soon become our reality – The Atlantic (a few articles per month are free)  

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People with SARS-CoV-2 antibodies may have a low risk of future infection

jeudi, 25 février 2021 11:40 Écrit par

Association of SARS-CoV-2 Seropositive Antibody Test With Risk of Future Infection – JAMA Internal Medicine Editorial: How to Advise Persons Who Are Antibody Positive for SARS-CoV-2 About Future Infection Risk Commentaries: Covid-19 antibodies may protect against reinfection later, study suggests – CNN AND NCI study finds that people with SARS-CoV-2 antibodies may have a low […]

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ASCO Guideline: Management of dyspnea in advanced cancer

mercredi, 24 février 2021 05:27 Écrit par

Management of Dyspnea in Advanced Cancer: ASCO Guideline – Journal of Clinical Oncology   Commentary on Twitter (thread – click for more) 1/ How can we better manage dyspnea in people with advanced cancer? Wonderful to see this new @ASCO Guideline out. Led by Drs. @DrDavidHui and @campbell_meg #supponc #pallonc Full text: https://t.co/qbdhzbibKw pic.twitter.com/f2Qf6GswvK — […]

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Study: Patients with severe COVID-19 might shed viable virus during prolonged periods of up to 4 weeks

mercredi, 24 février 2021 05:27 Écrit par

Prolonged SARS-CoV-2 cell culture replication in respiratory samples from patients with severe COVID-19 – Clinical Microbiology and Infection   Commentary on Twitter Different pattern of SARS-CoV-2 viability in mild cases (viral replication max 10 days) vs severe COVID-19: viable virus demonstrated up to 4 weeks even in the presence of high levels of neutralizing activityhttps://t.co/dhERkipKJ0 […]

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M-A: Asthma does not increase the risk of infection, hospitalization, ICU admission, and mortality from COVID-19

mardi, 23 février 2021 08:25 Écrit par

Asthma and risk of infection, hospitalisation, ICU admission and mortality from COVID-19: Systematic review and meta-analysis – Journal of Asthma Commentary: Study: Asthma does not increase risk of severe illness or death from COVID-19 – News Medical See also: COVID vaccine and asthma: why most sufferers won’t be prioritised in the next phase of rollout – […]

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Editorial: Prophylactic anticoagulation for patients in hospital with covid-19

mardi, 23 février 2021 08:25 Écrit par

Prophylactic anticoagulation for patients in hospital with covid-19 – The BMJ Related: Full-dose Heparin best for moderate COVID-19 regardless of D-dimer — Data released from ACTIV-4a, ATTACC, and REMAP-CAP trials AND Cohort study: Early initiation of prophylactic anticoagulation linked to reduced mortality in patients admitted to hospital with Covid-19  

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FDA issues alert on ‘limitations’ of pulse oximeters, without explicit mention of racial bias

mardi, 23 février 2021 08:25 Écrit par

FDA issues alert on ‘limitations’ of pulse oximeters, without explicit mention of racial bias – STAT FDA Safety Alert: Pulse Oximeter Accuracy and Limitations: FDA Safety Communication – U.S. Food & Drug Administration Related: “Racial Bias in Pulse Oximetry Measurement”. In two large cohorts, Black patients had nearly three times the frequency of occult hypoxemia […]

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FDA: No credible evidence of food or food packaging associated with viral transmission of SARS-CoV-2

mardi, 23 février 2021 08:25 Écrit par

COVID-19 Update: USDA, FDA Underscore Current Epidemiologic and Scientific Information Indicating No Transmission of COVID-19 Through Food or Food Packaging – U.S. Food & Drug Administration Commentary: FDA: COVID-19 Not Transmitted by Food or Packaging – WebMD  

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The effects of tobacco control policies on global smoking prevalence

lundi, 22 février 2021 03:14 Écrit par

The effects of tobacco control policies on global smoking prevalence – Nature Medicine   Commentaries on Twitter Analysis of global #smoking prevalence trends from 2009-2017 demonstrates the effectiveness of #tobacco control policies across countries, and highlights gaps that remain for achieving universal adoption of anti-tobacco interventions. https://t.co/g86jhDUVFu #publichealth pic.twitter.com/fQZS4KKJIF — Nature Medicine (@NatureMedicine) January 25, […]

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