Nearly 40% of hospitalized COVID-19 patients in Brazil died amid surge
1 month ago - By Daily Mail
Nearly 40 percent of hospitalized COVID-19 patients in Brazil died of the virus as the nation's health care system was inundated with coronavirus cases last year, a new study estimates.
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Large Study Finds Inequities in Telemedicine During COVID-19
1 month ago - By MedPageToday
Study Authors: Lauren A. Eberly, Michael J. Kallan, et al.; Sarah Koch, Liv Yoon, Bieke Gils
Target Audience and Goal Statement: All physicians
The goal of this study was to examine patient characteristics associated with telemedicine...
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