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COVID-19 Hospitalizations in Young Adults It has been shown that age and comorbidity influence outcomes of those hospitalized with COVID-19.  Specifically, older patients are more likely to experience severe adverse effects of the disease and numerous studies have corroborated this.  Read More
Sociodemographic Characteristics This retrospective time series analysis examined health services inequalities among the elderly population residing in urban and non-urban areas in Florida.  Specific health services factors analyzed in the study were emergency department visits, hospitalizations, and deaths related to Read More
COVID-19 Vaccines & Distribution Strategies As the nation prepare for the Phase 1a of the COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan, there is much conversation regarding who, when, and how this will be accomplished. In this early release article, the CDC states Read More
Mitigation Measures in Delaware Lead to Decline in New COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalization, and Deaths In this Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, lab and case investigation studies investigated mitigation measures such as stay-at-home orders, public mask mandates, contact tracing and investigation, Read More
CDC Recommendations for Holidays The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has offered guidance for individuals and families preparing to celebrate fall and winter holidays.  This guidance is meant to supplement – not replace – any state, local, or other Read More
Thromboprophylaxis treatment in critically ill COVID-19 patients In this article, a patient-tailored thromboprophylaxis protocol is discussed to reduce rates of venous and arterial thrombotic events related to COVID-19 in critically ill patients. Approximately 20-60% of critically ill COVID-19 patients have Read More
Clinical characteristics and lab results to predict severity of infection In this retrospective study, authors attempt to identify early clinical and laboratory factors that may predict severe COVID-19 infection. Two cohorts were designed among 198 patients to designate those with Read More
COVID-19 effects on neurological conditions SARS-CoV-2 has been noted to have neurological complications. In this article, the authors discuss the underreporting of conditions such as postinfectious demyelination, encephalitis, seizures, and other neurotropic conditions that may be underreported complications of COVID-19. Read More

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