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According to a recent analysis published in the Annals of the American Thoracic Society, Black individuals are twice as likely as White individuals to test positive for COVID-19.
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Ensuring equitable distribution of remdesivir in virus hot spots can help increase the capacity of intensive care unites.
According to an online survey of more than 53,000 Americans using PPIs, once or twice daily use significantly increases the likelihood of a positive test for COVID-19.
The von Willebrand factor may be the reason why coronavirus disease 2019 presents itself so differently in each person.
Whether it be delivery options, remote pharmacy, increasing roles for pharmacists and technicians, or fluctuating patient volume, the impact of COVID-19 can be felt in community pharmacies across the United States.
Critically ill patients admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU) with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) are 10 times more likely to develop cardiac arrhythmias.
In addition to allopathic or prescription medications to manage depression stemming from this pandemic, there are integrative medicines, as well as health and wellness modalities, that can be used to improve mental health.
Current guidelines for PPE in the general care of patients with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in acute care facilities recommend gloves, an isolation gown, eye protection, and a medical mask or N95 respirator.
COVID-19 increases the risk of blood clotting due to increased activity in blood clotting cells.
Even if they don’t contract the disease, patients living with obesity have found the pandemic to be harmful to their emotional and physical health.