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As you work together on the front lines to best serve the cardiovascular patient community and lead COVID-19 response planning for our institutions, the Journal of the American College of Cardiology (AJCC) journals
Elsevier has created a new podcast series for frontline clinicians and providers. In this this three-part series, experts share their insights into the mode of transmission and pathophysiology of the virus,
Diagnostic testing, NSAIDs, ACE Inhibitors, antivirals, and more. Anthony Fauci, MD from NIAID discusses latest developments in the spread and clinical management of COVID-19 and the SARS-CoV-2 virus with JAMA Editor
Statement from the American Heart Association, the Heart Failure Society of America and the American College of Cardiology, March 17, 2020) Pharmacists in Elsevier's Clinical Solutions group write about potential treatment options for COVID-19.
We've selected content from ClinicalKey, Clinical Solutions Nursing, Interprofessional Practice and Patient Education collections to share what we know to date about the novel coronavirus. Freely available resources to help clinicians stay current on standardized,
Clinical Overviews are easy-to-scan clinically focused medical topic summaries designed to match the clinician workflow. Elsevier's Point-of-Care Editorial team develops Clinical Overviews through a process that includes review and revision by a medical editor;