Covid-19Paxlovid rebound raises questions, but studies have answers
Biden's rebound is far from the first, although they are reportedly "rare."
Clinical CareMost Clinicians Prescribe Antibiotics Inappropriately for Asymptomatic Bacteriuria
A new study found that nearly three-quarters of primary care clinicians would prescribe antibiotics for bacteria in urine against established...
Clinical CareHow to Reduce Hospital-Onset Clostridioides Difficile
After the first year of interventions at Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital, there was a 63% decrease in hospital-onset C. diff...
Clinical CareReady For It: How Rady Children's VP of Operations Braced for the COVID-19 Impact
The roles Chris Abe, RN, CIC, HEM, has taken on at the hospital uniquely prepared her for the public health...
Clinical CareMandatory Hospital Sepsis Protocols Save Thousands of Lives
New York hospitals must report sepsis-related data to the state Department of Health.
Clinical CareU.S. COVID-19 Vaccination Effort Has Averted an Estimated 2.2M Deaths
A study makes estimates with and without COVID-19 vaccination in the United States for deaths, hospitalizations, infections, and healthcare costs.
Covid-19Pfizer CEO Pushes Yearly Shots for COVID. Not So Fast, Experts Say.
Critics say CEO Albert Bourla's comments create public pressure for a fourth dose before experts have time to assess the...
Covid-1910 Recommendations to Improve Pandemic Preparedness
The Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology has published an expansive report on how the United States can...
Covid-19From Alabama to Utah, Efforts to Vaccinate Medicaid Enrollees Against COVID Run Into Obstacles
There is no nationwide compilation of how many Medicaid enrollees have been vaccinated.
Covid-19COVID Still Threatens Millions of Americans. Why Are We So Eager to Move On?
People who are at high risk ? and the loved ones who fear passing along the virus to them ?...
Covid-19As COVID Slogs On, Seniors Find Fortitude Waning and Malaise Growing
Many older adults are struggling with persistent malaise, heightened by the spread of the highly contagious omicron variant.