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Severe Covid-19

David A. Berlin ... 呼吸系统疾病 • 2020.05.15
• 危重COVID-19患者的消化道并发症 • 重症COVID-19合并呼吸衰竭的全基因组关联研究 • 美国,正在逝于尸位素餐的特朗普政府 • COVID-19患者在病毒学康复后的残留症状 • DNA疫苗在猴体内产生对抗SARS-CoV-2感染的防护作用 • COVID-19的不同临床病程应归因于病毒还是宿主因素 • 推进RNA疫苗研发工作 • 中国武汉孕产妇COVID-19患者的临床特征 • COVID-19大流行期间治疗的紧迫性——让我们随学随用 • 羟氯喹治疗COVID-19住院患者的观察性研究 • SARS-CoV-2的PCR检测法:对检测法进行检测 • 进入SARS-CoV-2抗体检测的时代:问题比答案还多 • 不为人知的代价——COVID-19全球大流行对其他疾病患者的影响 • 瑞德西韦同情用药治疗重症COVID-19患者 • COVID-19大流行时期的药物评估 • 托珠单抗有可能减轻COVID-19患者的“细胞因子风暴” • COVID-19的潜在并发症吉兰-巴雷综合征 • 如何快速发现抗病毒药




David A. Berlin, M.D., Roy M. Gulick, M.D., M.P.H., and Fernando J. Martinez, M.D.
From Weill Cornell Medicine, New York. Address reprint requests to Dr. Berlin at Weill Cornell Medicine, Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care, 1300 York Ave., New York, NY 10065, or at berlind@med.cornell.edu.



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