Governments and the scientific community are racing to identify new and existing drugs that might help flatten the curve and save lives. Read from experts as they discuss the latest news and research surrounding possible treatments for COVID-19.
The American Medical Association announces new resources for private practice physicians during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Experts sent a letter to the White House Coronavirus Task Force March 24, outlining concerns about a growing shortage of medications required for managing patients with lupus and rheumatoid arthritis after President Donald Trump said in a March 19 press conference that the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine could treat COVID-19.
As the number of patients infected with COVID-19 continues to rise, several experts are relaying data they say may save lives and change the course of this pandemic. According to Drs. George Martin, Ted Rosen, Sheila Fallon-Friedlander, Albert Yan, and James Treat, recent data provides evidence of the use of HCQ, its dosing, as well as epidemiology insights that will serve all healthcare practitioners in the fight against the novel coronavirus, COVID-19.
The Journal of Drugs in Dermatology is making additional resources available to medical professionals who wish to continue their education in light of medical conference cancelations due to COVID-19.
As the national pandemic continues to escalate, the American Academy of Dermatology is actively compiling resources related to the novel coronavirus to support its members and their practices.
The American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) has issued interim recommendations for practitioners to balance the risk of immunosuppression with the risk of disease flare amid COVID-19 pandemic.
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Physicians will need telehealth during the coronavirus outbreak, especially senior patients.
The move comes to allow healthcare providers to assist at hospitals that need help during the coronavirus outbreak.