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April 18, 2020

Keeping Calm, Promoting Evidence

The impact of this novel coronavirus continues to grow, and the stress on everyone working in the medical field can be overwhelming. During this time, we must continue to stand together and support one another. As you're asked to practice during this crisis and as your family, friends, patients, and the public ask you for information, one way to help is to use and promote evidence-based medicine.  This weekly roundup of COVID-19 resources will help you find — and share — the credible medical information you need.


Thank you for your service, and stay safe.

The latest from Lippincott® Journals

Basic scientists and clinical researchers have geared up to try to quantify the extent of anosmia among COVID-19 patients and to understand what, at the cellular level, may explain the coronavirus' possible assault on the olfactory system

A special issue of JAAOS, Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, highlights critically important topics including transitioning to telehealth visits, restructuring of educational curricula, changes in clinical practice, the financial impacts, and more.  

Surgical care is a foundation of any health system; however, operating theaters are high-risk areas for transmission of respiratory infections. Colleagues around the world share lessons learned on how to support essential surgical care while protecting patients and staff and conserving valuable resources. 

Guidelines and a fluid framework to help hospital systems triage spinal surgical candidates 

Recommendations on the management of patients in the perioperative setting as well as for emergency airway management outside of the OR from the Joint Task Force of the Chinese Society of Anesthesiology and the Chinese Association of Anesthesiologists

Evidence-based recommendations, or expert opinion when evidence is limited, for anesthesiologists caring for pregnant women during the COVID 19 pandemic, with a focus on preparedness and best clinical obstetric anesthesia practice

More from Lippincott® Journals

New guidance aims to balance providing timely high-quality CPR and protecting the safety of the rescuer.

The AHA/ASA Stroke Council issued a broad policy statement to address the mounting concern regarding optimal stroke care during the COVID-19 pandemic among vascular neurologists and those clinicians who care for patients with stroke.

How telerehabilitation is being used to deliver exercise opportunities to individuals isolated due to COVID-19 

Given the differences in the impact of COVID-19 across our communities, it's no surprise that the pandemic has been met with variable responses by healthcare systems. In the midst of this unprecedented public health emergency, there is a need to unify our approach. 

Guidelines on when and how to use extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) in COVID-19 patients is shared in the latest consensus document from the Extracorporeal Life Support Organization (ELSO) and its worldwide chapters.

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