Browsing UMB Coronavirus Publications by Title
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|Can existing live vaccines prevent COVID-19? |
|Can social media data be used to evaluate the risk of human interactions during the COVID-19 pandemic? |
|Cardiac and Pulmonary Transplant Considerations During COVID-19 Pandemic |
|Cardiac Coaches: A Student-Led Inpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation Program in the COVID-19 Era |
|Cardiac surgeons' concerns, perceptions, and responses during the COVID-19 pandemic |
|A Case-Control Study of the 2019 Influenza Vaccine and Incidence of COVID-19 Among Healthcare Workers. |
|A cautionary tale of an emergency cerebrovascular procedure in the COVID-19 era |
|CD8+ T cells and macrophages regulate pathogenesis in a mouse model of Middle East respiratory syndrome |
|Ceribell EEG shortens seizure diagnosis and workforce time and is useful for COVID isolation |
|Change in hospital antibiotic use and acquisition of multidrug resistant gram-negative organisms after the onset of coronavirus disease 2019 |
|Changes to summative skills-based assessments within the Big Ten Academic Alliance Performance-Based Assessment Collaborative (BTAA-PBAC) due to COVID-19 |
|Characterization of SARS-CoV-2 proteins reveals Orf6 pathogenicity, subcellular localization, host interactions and attenuation by Selinexor |
|Chest CT and Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19): A Critical Review of the Literature to Date |
|Clinical Application of Serologic Testing for Coronavirus Disease 2019 in Contemporary Cardiovascular Practice |
|Clinical Endpoints for Evaluating Efficacy in COVID-19 Vaccine Trials |
|Clinical Evaluation of Sofia Rapid Antigen Assay for Detection of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 among Emergency Department to Hospital Admissions |
|Clinical strategies for optimizing infusion center care through a pandemic |
|Coagulopathy and Thrombosis as a Result of Severe COVID-19 Infection: A Microvascular Focus |
|Community respiratory viruses in individuals with human immunodeficiency virus infection |
|Comparative cost-effectiveness of SARS-CoV-2 testing strategies in the USA: a modelling study |
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