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Risk of Venous Thromboembolism after COVID-19 Low in Non-Hospitalized Patients
Overall risks of venous thromboembolism after COVID-19 are low in patients with less severe infections who do not require hospitalization.
New Drug Class Against COVID-19 Identified
Researchers have identified a potential new class of oral, antiviral drugs that could combat emerging coronaviruses and drug-resistant variants.
Researchers Develop First Nasal Monoclonal Antibody against COVID-19
Scientists use the nasal monoclonal antibody “Foralumab” to successfully decrease inflammation in patients with COVID-19.
Breath Test Detects Even COVID Variants
A test using a puff of breath might be used to discern even variants of COVID-19 from non-COVID respiratory diseases.
Presence of Specific Antibodies Could Be Protective against Long COVID
The presence of autoantibodies against inflammatory chemokines after COVID-19 could protect against the development of long COVID.
New COVID-19 Testing Method Can Potentially Catch Infections Just Hours after Exposure
A new molecular testing method in the early stages of development by researchers at the Flatiron Institute’s Center for Computational Biology (CCB) can potentially identify COVID-19 infections just hours after exposure.
Vaccinated People Have Fewer Cardiac Events after COVID-19
Large U.S. study shows a reduction in risk for cardiovascular events after COVID-19 infection in vaccinated individuals.
Previous COVID-19 Offers Substantial Protection
Prior coronavirus infection reduces the subsequent risk of hospitalization and death from COVID-19 by nearly 90 percent for at least 10 months compared with no such infection, researchers report.
Multi-Organ Effects Common after COVID
Organ impairment persisted for at least one year post COVID-19 in a new study. Symptoms included extreme breathlessness, cognitive dysfunction, and poor health-related quality of life.
Hong Kong Data Reveals Current COVID Vaccines Protect against Omicron, Briefly
Data from Hong Kong's “fifth wave” of COVID-19 infections shows that current vaccines can prevent Omicron infection.