Convalescent plasma treatment involves using plasma from people who have recovered from COVID-19 and infusing it into patients who currently have the disease.
Knowing the result of a test allows rational individual decisions.
The study will follow patients who contract COVID-19 to learn why some die, some recover, and some are asymptomatic.
The phone app could diagnose illness sooner, preventing members of the military and civilians who are ill from returning to work or school too soon.
There is not a single Trilogy Evo Universal ventilator inn the U.S. stockpile. Meanwhile, Royal Philips N.V. has sold higher-priced version around the world.
Instead of trying to create a new drug, some scientists are looking to see if there are any drugs available today that can fight the coronavirus.
Despite older, sicker patients, mortality rate dropped by one-third within 10-year period
A huge proportion of medical research is funded by industry even though studies show company-sponsored studies tend to overstate benefits, playdown harms.
For almost 20 years, malfunctions and injuries linked to 108 medical devices were funneled into an FDA database that few knew existed.
Hype has led some to pay thousands of dollars for stem cell treatments that promise to cure ailments but that often don’t help and may harm patients.
Using instructions freely available online, do-it-yourselfers ― who belong to what’s known as the “open-source community” ― close the loop between an insulin pump and a continuous glucose monitor.
In 2004, Californians voted to shell out billions in taxpayer money to fund stem cell research. But 15 years later, some are asking ‘Where are the cures?”
Physicians profit handsomely from infusions. And they are paid based on the prescribed drug’s average price giving them an incentive to pick the most expensive.
Amazon thinks Alexa, its virtual assistant, could help diagnose mental illness, autism, concussions and even tell when you’re having a heart attack.