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The Center for Geriatric Medicine’s Successful Aging Program is collaborating with Cleveland Clinic’s reCOVer clinic to care for patients age 65 and older with lingering brain fog after COVID-19.
A study shows that rates of hospitalization and mortality are high in oncology patients with COVID-19 but rates of invasive mechanical ventilation are low, suggesting that these patients may not be considered appropriate candidates for critical care interventions for the infection.
After the pandemic halted a neurologist’s shared medical appointments for patients with autonomic disorders, he took them virtual — and discovered they could yield more benefits than he’d bargained for.
Cleveland Clinic researchers have validated the use of remote cardiac telemetry as a “no touch” alternative to standard 12-lead ECG for reliable continuous QTc monitoring.
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A large registry study has shown that SARS-CoV-2 viral infection in college athletes is unlikely to involve the heart What are the implications for cardiac testing in return-to-play decisions?
A patient was diagnosed with immune thrombocytopenic purpura after presenting with easy bruising, petechiae and gingival bleeding. Following standard practice for admitted patients, a SARS-CoV-2 was ordered. To her physicians’ surprise, it came back positive.
A controlled but nonrandomized Cleveland Clinic study found an interactive home monitoring program to reduce odds of hospitalization among patients with newly diagnosed COVID-19.
A Cleveland Clinic nurse remembers difficulties and triumphs of working during a year like no other.
Although the direct relationship between tinnitus and COVID-19 is unclear, certain aspects of the disease and the recovery process may offer clues.
One reason COVID-19-related mortality is decreasing is a more aggressive management of the hyperinflammatory phase of advanced COVID-19. But what’s the scientific evidence for and clinical experience of these treatments?