Researchers compared patient satisfaction with telemedicine visits conducted via phone vs video.
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Investigators assessed factors associated with a diagnosis of cannabis use disorder among patients hospitalized with IBD and how this diagnosis affects length of stay.
Investigators conducted a pilot feasibility study on the effects of an internet-based CBT program on symptoms of pain in patients with chronic pancreatitis.
Investigators assessed the presence and predictive relationship of hypervigilance and symptom-specific anxiety in patients with eosinophilic esophagitis.
In this review, the author discusses the use of autoantibodies as biomarkers for the differential diagnosis of neuropsychiatric systemic lupus erythematosus.
Investigators collected survey data on demographics, risk perception, and death rate to assess their impact on voluntary behaviors, such as time spent at home.
This guideline, developed in partnership with the Royal College of Physicians, is aimed at health care professionals, commissioners, and providers of services; people with chronic primary or secondary pain; and the families of chronic pain patients.
This detailed description of an institutional response to the COVID-19 pandemic in NYC highlights approaches that can be applied to help other hospitals plan for surges.
By providing bundled HIV and HCV testing, substance use disorder treatment programs may create increased awareness of infection status among people with substance abuse disorders.
Among 121 healthcare personnel exposed to a patient with unrecognized COVID-19, 43 became symptomatic and 3 tested positive for SARS-CoV-2.
As of April 2020, more than 9200 cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) were reported among US healthcare personnel.
Hear me, protect me, prepare me, support me and care for me was the message health care professionals dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic delivered to their organizations.
Hepatitis B virus prevalence was 7 to 10 times higher in a homeless population of Los Angeles compared to the general population of the United States.
Compared with patients without HIV, the poorer cognitive performances of PLWHIV were partly mediated by a higher prevalence of depressive symptoms.
HIV-positive patients with higher alcohol consumption levels did worse on several neurocognitive tests, however alcohol was not the primary factor.
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