Henry Brem, director of Johns Hopkins Department of Neurosurgery, and Alessandro Olivi, director of the Institute of Neurosurgery at Gemelli University Hospital in Rome, Italy, share their experiences and observations regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.
Director of Cardiology Charles Lowenstein discusses telemedicine, important changes at Johns Hopkins outpatient cardiology clinics, and the redesign of processes and procedures to ensure the utmost safety during COVID-19.
Robert S.D. Higgins, director of the Johns Hopkins Department of Surgery, discusses efforts to safely reopen for elective surgery, while continuing to treat patients with urgent and emergent needs, during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A team of otolaryngologists and pathologists at Johns Hopkins Medicine has confirmed that SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus behind the current COVID-19 pandemic, can colonize the middle ear and mastoid region of the head behind the ear.
Johns Hopkins Medicine psychiatrist Adam Kaplin, MD, works with a multidisciplinary team in a virtual clinic called the Post-Acute COVID Team (PACT) to provide mental health care to COVID-19 survivors after they are released from the ICU.
When New York-based hospitals started running low on fluid for the type of dialysis used in intensive care, a team from the Division of Nephrology and the Johns Hopkins Department of Biomedical Engineering devised a solution.
Johns Hopkins Medicine’s experts discuss the latest in treating patients, protecting visitors and staff and up-to-date information to healthcare providers during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.