COVID-19 Daily: Remdesivir Data Published, World Leader Recovers
Here are the coronavirus stories Medscape's editors around the globe think you need to know about today.
Brain Affected in 1 in 3 Cases of Severe COVID-19
A study out of China finds that strokes, altered consciousness and other neurological issues are relatively common in more serious cases of COVID-19.
When COVID-19 Postpones Your Screening Test or Surgery
What to do if you have to put off a test or procedure you need because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Nitric Oxide Investigated as COVID-19 Treatment
Right now, there are no approved treatments for the illness caused by the new coronavirus.
Dangerous Claims That Bleach Can Treat COVID-19
A warning letter from the FDA has been sent to a company marketing bogus and dangerous chlorine dioxide products for the prevention and treatment...
COVID-19–Related Airway Management Clinical Practice Guidelines (SIAARTI/EAMS, 2020)
2020 clinical practice guidelines from the SIAARTI Airway Research Group and the European Airway Management Society on coronavirus disease 2019...
CMS Finalizes 2021 Rate Increases for Medicare Advantage
CMS will continue phasing in new risk-adjustment methodology; because of the COVID-19 crisis, the agency will suspend quality data reporting for...
Side Effects Halt Use of Chloroquine Vs. COVID-19
No specific drugs are used to treat COVID-19 but some people have advocated the use of the anti-malarial drugs chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine.
Does Marijuana Help AFib?
Is marijuana safe when you have AFib? Find out what the experts say.
COVID-19 Daily: More Will Die, First Antibody Test Authorized
These are the coronavirus stories you need to know about today.
Coronavirus Is Aerosolized Through Talking, Exhalation
It's not yet clear if the airborne viral particles are emitted in doses sufficient to cause infection, said an expert committee from the National...
Do I Have COVID-19? Doctors’ Free Tools May Tell
The goal of the tools is is to help people “self-triage,” find out if their symptoms may by consistent with COVID-19.