Diagnosing retained products of conception requires a clinical assessment along with a combination of imaging strategies.
Scientists choose different career paths for different reasons. What might be fulfilling to you might not be to someone else, and vice versa. That's the takeaway of a roundup of recent studies exploring attitudes and aspirations about postdoctoral research published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science. The roundup provides some telling details on what life in academia as a postdoctoral researcher is really like, as well as scientists' motivations for living the postdoc life — financial trade-offs and all.
Advanced practice providers can help practices grow revenue, but you have to hire the right people and work to keep them on payroll.
The healthcare supply chain has undergone Herculean disruptions from COVID-19 — and not just for frontline hospitals. Temporarily shuttered by state governments, many providers like massage therapists and chiropractors are now confronting the challenge of reopening their business amid supply shortages.
Scientists had been increasingly using viral vectors in therapeutic research well before the coronavirus pandemic, as their use in gene therapy and cell therapy has proven promising. Now, those same applications are being repurposed to develop a coronavirus vaccine.
If all of us had a way to teach our bodies to fight the virus so that we could skip the sickness, that could help the world move closer to a healthier place. Already, research is underway to find the right vaccines to allow that to happen.
Thanks to modern medicine, our loved ones are living longer than ever. And as the aging population's healthcare needs grow more complex and chronic, the evolving long-term care (LTC) market yields opportunities for LTC pharmacies to play a prominent role.
Troponin—or any other biomarker, for that matter—cannot single-handedly identify a blocked artery. That kind of diagnosis is informed by the lab, but it's confirmed by waveforms and imaging, including ACS-related ECG findings.
Mighty though it may be, your medical crisis management handbook doesn’t cover everything. Sometimes you’ll just have to adapt as you go. Here’s how.
Telehealth is table stakes in a coronavirus world. Federal rules have relaxed such that anyone can get started, and now more than ever, patients are willing and ready to talk to their doctors from afar.
As patient support programs continue to improve access to therapy, they have become essential for most modern medicines. Patient services can be a valued connector across the care journey, providing data and insights that help accelerate speed-to-therapy for everyone. And indeed, market competition to provide patient services has intensified, which means choosing the right patient support partner for your program is all the more important. Moreover, it's a big responsibility.