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COVID-19: Clinical Resources

These expert-vetted articles and infographics provide guidance on the clinical management of COVID-19 patients, ICU administration, procedures, supply chain issues, and treatment. Listed below are some of the highlights found within each section.


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Living With Someone With COVID-19: Providing Support While Protecting Yourself

Caring for someone infected with COVID-19 poses unique challenges for family, friends, and roommates. This infographic provides caregivers with simple instructions on how to cover basic needs, when to seek medical attention, good hygiene practices, how to limit contact, and more. Share with your patients and their caregivers.

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Different Types of COVID-19 Vaccines

There are several types of vaccines currently under development for COVID-19, each with different potential strengths and weaknesses. Understand each vaccine's mechanisms of action, pros and cons, and which companies are developing which vaccines.

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Acute Kidney Injury

Critically ill patients with severe COVID-19 may be at risk of acute kidney injury (AKI). Get an overview of the causes and classification of AKI, diagnosis and management strategies, and indications for renal replacement therapy.

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World Health Organization (WHO)
WHO offers international guidance on the COVID-19 pandemic, including situation reports, research updates, and strategic preparedness information.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
The CDC’s COVID-19 webpage for health-care professionals features information on clinical care, infection control, staff training, and more.

National Center for Biotechnology Information SARS-CoV-2 Resources
Access a comprehensive database of COVID-19 literature, SARS-CoV-2 sequence resources, information on clinical trials, and more.

Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 Case Tracker
This dashboard from the Johns Hopkins University Center for Systems Science and Engineering provides a regularly updated map of confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths around the world.