While periodic, localized blood shortages are not uncommon, this shortage is ‘unprecedented in its scope’.
Most health-related mobile applications (mHealth apps) contain code that could potentially collect user data.
A coronavirus state of emergency in Tokyo and six other areas will be downgraded when it expires on Sunday as new daily cases continue to decline, the Japanese government said Thursday.
There is a severe blood shortage in the United States due to a recent surge in trauma cases, organ transplants, and elective surgeries, the American Red Cross says.
Investigators conducted a retrospective chart review to compare outcomes for individuals with HIV treated with telemedicine vs in-person care.
Electronic scooter (e-scooter) injuries are more likely to occur on weekends during the summer.
Nearly 200 employees of the Houston Methodist hospital system in Texas have been suspended without pay for refusing to get COVID-19 vaccines.
Incidence decreased sharply after implementation of nonpharmaceutical interventions, such as mask wearing; seasonal pattern absent.
Assembly’s 193 member nations commit to efforts such as reducing annual new HIV infections, annual AIDS-related deaths.
Nucleic acid testing of donor plasma minipools (MPs) indicates that severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) RNAemia is infrequent.
From 2013 to 2018, there was a more than threefold increase in radiologist participation in Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP) accountable care organizations (ACOs).
A randomized controlled trial was conducted to assess outcomes following extension of infusion-set use among patients with a central venous access device or a peripheral artery catheter.
Of adults with diabetes in a pooled sample from 55 LMICs, 4.6 percent self-report meeting need for all treatments recommended.
More than 40 percent of survivors were not assessed by physical medicine and rehab professionals during hospitalization.
COVID-19–related anxiety is linked to burnout among New York state frontline workers, survey findings suggest.
Disruptions in insurance coverage have adverse consequences for care access, receipt, and affordability.
Commercial wearable devices containing sensors can predict clinical laboratory measurements, including a more precise depiction of resting heart rate, than measurements taken in the clinic.
This literature review explored the nature of racial bias in the clinical setting
The American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology believe there is “no better time to review and take a fresh perspective on medical ethics and professionalism in the light of established norms and current stressors.”
Trend has accelerated since 2018 when 54 percent of physicians worked in private practice.