The CDC reduced the length of quarantine required for persons exposed to someone infected with SARS-CoV-2 from 14 days to 10 or to 7 with a negative test.
The expanded indication for baloxavir marboxil is positive news as the surge in US COVID-19 cases converges with the arrival of flu season.
COVID-19 cases are surging across the country as the US heads into holiday season. Counsel patients on staying safe and keep these billing codes very close at hand.
Moderna announced safety and efficacy data from the phase 3 COVE trial that found mRNA-1273 94.5% effective in preventing infection with SARS-CoV-2.
The author was a young medical student when the first signs of the HIV epidemic appeared and it shaped his career. How will COVID-19 impact today's young clinicians?
Recent NIH COVID-19 guideline updates include evidence-based considerations for treatment of patients hospitalized with flu and COVID-19 coinfection.
The first study to compare COVID-19 and influenza complications in hospitalized patients found COVID-19 patients more likely to be admitted to ICU and to die.
The new guideline section stresses that testing is the only way to accurately discriminate between the 2 viruses and advises on influenza vaccination and treatment.
From daily aspirin to RGN-CoV2 to zinc, the president of the United States has been treated for COVID-19 with a wide range of both authorized and unproven therapies.
Over half of antibiotic courses in a new study exceeded guideline-recommended minimum effective durations, translating to >54 million potentially excessive days.