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Coronavirus infection is already known to damage blood vessels, and vessels that supply blood to the penis appear to be no...

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From getting the virus, to giving out the...

  • In this video, Siobhan Deshauer, MD, recounts the past year and a half, from working in the emergency department and caring for critically ill patients in the ICU, to getting sick with COVID herself. #IDtwitter #medtwitter https://t.co/XgYptGtPkN - view on twitter

Vaccinations warded off severe Covid for most of the workers, who tested positive this month; two required...

  • NEW in NYT: 233 Staff at 2 San Francisco Hospitals Test + in July Breakthrough infections mild but still a challenge esp if you work in healthcare 🤧assess symptoms daily 🧪get tested if symptomatic 🏡 avoid work until cleared #medtwitter #nursetwitter https://t.co/YlrSkZpRcF - view on twitter

In the treatment of locally advanced gastric cancer, apatinib combined with S-1 plus oxaliplatin was a safe and effective neoadjuvant treatment, according to a...

White coats still reign supreme, but that’s not the end of the...

  • About 500 laypeople were asked to rate professionalism and guess the job classes of male and female models in different types of clothing often worn by healthcare workers. What do you think of the results? #medtwitter #medstudenttwitter https://t.co/JfrDSYMtMS - view on twitter

Clinical Practice from The New England Journal of Medicine — Atrial...

  • And for our #MedTwitter friends, here's the scientific review to share with your team on rounds next time you have a patient with #AFib. "Among patients in the Framingham Heart Study population, AFib developed in *37%* of those alive after the age of 55." https://t.co/K5sy6C7D65 - view on twitter

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Despite the widespread belief that obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) causes cardiovascular events like strokes and heart attacks there is actually no good evidence that...