There are many unknowns about the risk factors, pathogenesis, prognosis and treatments for Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C), a Kawasaki-like manifestation of COVID-19 in some children. In this article, pediatric rheumatologists explain that although the condition remains rare, it can be fatal.
This visual tracker of COVID-19 case and mortality data is updated daily to keep you abreast of national and state-by-state trends in the pandemic’s epidemiology.
Patients with COVID-19 who have underlying chronic lung disease are at increased risk for developing severe illness. Pulmonologist Brian Southern, MD, recently authored a review article in Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine’s COVID-19 Curbside Consults series. In this article, he takes a closer look at what is known about ILD and sarcoidosis in the context of the pandemic and offers insights for managing care.
As COVID-19 cases in young people increase across the country, it is apparent that many adolescents and young adults are not taking recommended precautions to prevent the spread COVID-19. Here’s how physicians can personalize these safety messages for this hard-to-reach age group.
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With scarce data on how these conditions affect each other, nimbleness may be the best tool neurologists can deploy when managing movement disorders in this time of pandemic.
Burnout risk has been especially high since the pandemic began. In this episode of our Neuro Pathways podcast, a health psychologist shares insights on its causes and how to cultivate resiliency.
Our experts have written a concise review to help clinicians navigate the changed landscape around whether and when to order imaging in view of virus exposure risk.
Continuous EEG monitoring may help inform evaluation and management of hospitalized COVID-19 patients with neurologic changes, suggests a report from a 22-patient case series.
Isolation associated with social distancing has been stressful for teens; however, reopening comes with its own challenges. Adolescent medicine specialist Ellen Rome, MD, MPH, explains why extra vigilance is called for, especially with adolescents who struggled with depression or anxiety before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Front-line physicians are working behind the scenes with IT and coders to translate federal telehealth policies and waivers into electronic workflows that are clinician-friendly, while still ensuring proper documentation of care that meets clinical communication needs and supports reimbursement.