Telemedicine Tools Emerging in Medical School
Artificial intelligence has the potential to enhance many aspects of healthcare in the US, including patient and clinical outcomes, while reducing costs.
Despite Early Data, CT Alone Not Appropriate for COVID-19 Diagnosis
A fourth-year medical student writes about the use of CT for diagnosing COVID-19.
Timing of Hormone Replacement Therapy Impacts Outcomes in Older Women
The latest piece coming to us through Notes from Rounds examines how the timing of hormone replacement therapy can impact potential for adverse outcomes.
Notes from Rounds: The State of SGLT2 Inhibitors
A look at the state of cardiometabolic care based on research at ACC.20/WCC from a fourth-year medical student.
Comparing RT-PCR and Chest CT for Diagnosing COVID-19
Recent studies analyze the sensitivity and specificity for RT-PCR and chest CT for diagnosing coronavirus.
Notes From Rounds: Anticoagulation Reversal Strategies for ICUs
A fourth-year medical student discusses strategies for anticoagulation reversal in intensive care units from a presentation during the 49th Annual Critical Care Congress in Orlando.
Machine Learning Model Could Predict Outcomes Following Cardiac Arrest
A fourth-year medical student offers perspective on a study examining machine learning models being presented at CCC 49 in Orlando, FL as part of HCPLive's Notes from Rounds program.
Ketamine Could Be Useful Alternative for Pain Relief, Sedation in ICU
A fourth-year medical student offers perspective on a study examining the use of ketamine in ICUs being presented at CCC 49 in Orlando, FL as part of HCPLive's Notes from Rounds program.
Notes From Rounds: AHA Day Two
A fourth-year cardiology medical student shares his perspectives from the audience at the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions.
Notes from Rounds: Day One at AHA 2019
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