A new report suggests that otherwise healthy kidneys from deceased donors infected with SARS-CoV-2 are suitable for transplant.
Sometimes the ideal place to receive care isn’t at the hospital. Cleveland Clinic nurses provide an array of services to patients in their homes. Caregivers share two stories that highlight in-home care at its best.
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A phase 2 study of this monoclonal antibody failed to meet its primary endpoint at 14 days while signaling potential benefits for high-dose therapy at 28 days. Additional studies may follow.
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The challenge of cognitive assessment in primary care settings was further complicated by the pandemic shutdown, leading to delayed diagnosis and care of cognitive impairment in older adults. More options for virtual cognitive testing are needed.
A 63-year-old man with COPD reports exacerbation resembling COVID-19. This case study explores the use of virtual visits in determining diagnosis and managing treatment.
More than a year after virtual visit initiatives were implemented due to COVID-19, Cleveland Clinic’s Pain Management Department must determine the long-term outlook for this model of care.
A Cleveland Clinic study found that survivors of COVID-19 with moderate or severe obesity have an increased risk of long-term complications of the disease, compared with patients who do not have obesity.
A network medicine study has identified mechanisms by which COVID-19 can lead to dementia-like cognitive impairment. The findings may help inform risk management and treatment strategies for COVID-19-linked dementia.
Researchers at Cleveland Clinic are in search of the biological reason behind why men are more likely than women to develop COVID-19 and typically have more severe disease.