Learn about those recommendations that are most relevant to primary care clinicians.
When COVID-19 is suspected, rheumatic disease patients may continue their hydroxychloroquine but other rheumatic disease treatments may need to be...
Clinicians should protect themselves with Contact and Droplet PPE at all times until an infant’s viral status is known.
Immunosuppression may be protective; the advice comes from a document a recently released from AASLD to help hepatologists and liver transplant...
The American College of Surgeons has issued new guidelines for cancer surgery in the era of COVID-19.
Dr. Alan P. Lyss examines how the COVID-19 pandemic has and will affect cancer care and research.
Screening patients, personal protection, procedure postponement, and special precautions with infected patients are discussed.
ATLANTA – One of the goals in soon-to-be-published Takayasu’s arteritis guidelines from the American College of...
ORLANDO – The chair of VTE guidelines panel presented highlights of the latest guidelines in a special session at the annual meeting of the...
For individuals aged 50-79 with no symptoms and an estimated 15-year CRC risk below 3%, no screening is recommended by BMJ Rapid Recommendations...