Pulse oximeters more likely to be inaccurate in Black vs. white patients, with implications for COVID-19 and beyond.
A hepatologist comments on the new USPSTF guidelines for detecting hepatitis B in non-pregnant adults and adolescents.
Race is most common form of discrimination reported in survey.
Findings could help hospitals improve emergency department care and follow up for people aged 50 to 80.
Comparison with heart failure and pneumonia patients shows much different pattern of 60-day readmission to hospital or death.
Ending the pandemic could depend on following the evidence about what it takes to support and encourage preventive health care.