Displaying items by tag: division of infectious diseases

Integration of the telehealth platform in a multiphase optimization strategy evaluation will allow researchers to develop behavioral health approaches that are more realistic and tailored to the individual’s goals and health needs.
While Halloween may look different this year, families can still safely enjoy treat-or-treating with some COVID-friendly changes.
UAB is one of just 100 sites in the nation to receive such an antimicrobial stewardship designation.
A drug that inhibits the protease plasmin is hypothesized to reduce the infectivity and virulence of the virus, as measured by reduced need for hospitalization within a week.
New recommendations for sexual behavior counseling suggest that shorter, more frequent sessions in a clinical setting can be valuable. 
A UAB patient beat COVID-19 and recalls his experience with the virus and enrolling in a clinical trial.
UAB’s Turner Overton, M.D., provides practical ways you can care for your loved ones who have been diagnosed with COVID-19 at home.
To keep your commute safe, practice key hygiene and social distancing, as shared by a UAB Infectious Diseases professor.
A new rapid sexually transmitted infection test developed through research done at UAB will help diagnose and treat patients in real time moving forward.
UAB is part of several trials testing infusion of antibodies from people who have beaten COVID-19 to help those dealing with infection or at risk for infection. Donors are needed.
Cloth face masks must cover the mouth and nose and fit snugly against the side of the face.
UAB researchers have quickly developed and launched multiple research studies geared at treating or preventing COVID-19, following generous funding support from the Birmingham community.
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