Featured In Pulmonary and Critical Care
In this Q&A, Leo C. Ginns, MD, and George A. Alba, MD, physicians in the Division of Pulmonary Care and Critical Care Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital, describe the development and purpose of the Coronavirus Recovery (CORE) Clinic, of which they are director and associate director (respectively).
Featured In OB/GYN
High-dose nitric oxide gas rapidly improved shortness of breath in six pregnant patients who had severe or critical COVID-19, and in five cases viral infection resolved within 28 days.
Featured In Geriatrics and Palliative Care
Christine Seel Ritchie, MD, MSPH, of the Mongan Institute and Division of Palliative Care and Geriatric Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital, and colleagues have four pointers for clinicians in safety net settings who want to optimize care of adults with geriatric conditions.
A study to understand the influence of common variation at SLC16A11 and other genes on the physiological response to a mixed meal tolerance test (SIGMA2 MGH)
As part of the study, participants will be asked to eat up to 2 meals and take a commonly used medication that also influences metabolism.