In a study of patients at five hospitals who experienced acute kidney injury, researchers found that individuals who were also diagnosed with COVID-19 had a 12-fold greater loss of kidney function six months after hospitalization than those who did not have COVID.
- March 16, 2021Source: Medscape
Disturbances in Kidney Function Persist After AKI in COVID-19
- March 02, 2021Source: Yale Daily News
Yale physicians have built an algorithmically-based system to guide clinical decision making.
- December 11, 2020Source: Vox
Dr. Wilson shares 9 worries about things that may derail the largest mass vaccination program in history.
- October 16, 2020Source: Becker's Hospital Review
The Yale Clinical and Translational Research Accelerator is working with German pharma company Boehringer Ingelheim to study the impact that digital health technologies have on patients with heart failure.
- October 15, 2020Source: mHealth Intelligence
The Yale Clinical and Translational Research Accelerator is working with Boehringer Ingelheim to study the impact that digital health technologies have on clinical efficiencies and quality of life in patients with heart failure.
- October 13, 2020Source: WTNH News 8
Yale Medicine expert discusses treatment for rare disease, scleroderma
- October 12, 2020Source: American College of Cardiology
In this interview, Matthew Martinez, Nihar Desai, and Michelle Kelsey discuss flu shots and cardiovascular disease prevention for Fall 2020. Does coronavirus alter anything?
- September 28, 2020
CTRA-Created Yale DOM Covid Explorer Is Important Research Tool
- July 14, 2020Source: Yale Medicine
A Yale rheumatologist answers frequently asked questions about this difficult-to-diagnose autoimmune disease.