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Mount Sinai has turned to sleep apnea machines to shore up their ventilator capacity, but the effort comes with some challenges.
There could be imminent shortages of antimalarial drugs and antibiotics that are critical to providing care for COVID-19 patients.
The Trump administration gave guidance for providers on how to split ventilators to be used on two patients at once as demand swells due to COVID-19
Drugs used for ventilator patients—such as sedatives and neuromuscular blockers—are running low.
A study led by UnitedHealth Group suggests that self-collected samples for COVID-19 testing are as effective as samples collected by clinicians.
It appears those hoarding a drug seen as a potential treatment for COVID-19 include doctors and dentists who are writing prescriptions for themselves.
New research suggests previous studies have routinely overexaggerated claims that AI can interpret medical images better than human experts.
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Stephen Hahn, FDA Commissioner
Hospitals should prepare for possible supply chain disruptions to drugs and protective equipment like masks due to the coronavirus, experts say.