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Adarsh Bhimraj, MD, infectious disease physician at Cleveland Clinic and first author of treatment and management recommendations published by the Infectious Diseases Society of America, comments on how the cohort approached the guidelines and what should happen next.
Multiplex ventilation is a potentially lifesaving technique during a time when healthcare resources may be scarce. Cleveland Clinic experts demonstrate how to use this technique and discuss other considerations in an instructional video for providers.
The program director for Cleveland Clinic’s Critical Care Fellowship program discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic altered the traditional training experience for fellows while also creating new learning opportunities in the process.
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Adarsh Bhimraj, MD, infectious disease physician at Cleveland Clinic, summarizes current clinical understandings of the SAR-CoV-2 virus and COVID-19, the disease it causes.
Steven Gordon, MD, Chair of Infectious Disease in Cleveland Clinic’s Respiratory Institute, discusses ways healthcare workers can prevent the spread of COVID-19 to their families.
In this 16-minute podcast, leaders of our Heart, Vascular & Thoracic Institute share how the pandemic is impacting cardiac care and procedures at Cleveland Clinic and how to answer common patient questions about the virus.
Although sheltering-in-place may help to flatten the curve when it comes to COVID-19, home isn’t always a safe place for everyone. In this article, Ellen Rome, MD, MPH, discusses the impact of socioeconomic stress on the risk of child abuse and recommends that providers be especially vigilant.
Managing cancer patients during the COVID-19 pandemic poses a variety of challenges for oncologists, including access to care, timing of treatments, resource availability and risk reduction. Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center oncologist Halle Moore, MD, offers guidance and insights.
While the idea of working from home may initially feel like a welcome break from clinical work, social distancing and telecommuting may not be easy for providers during a public health crisis like COVID-19. Physical therapist Mary Morrison, PT, DScPT, gives strategies on how to maintain healthy habits and productivity while working remotely.