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Where Should We Target Limited Coronavirus Testing Resources?
University of Maryland professor of medical technology answers where limited testing resources ought to be directed given pandemic supply issues.
Speed and Accuracy of COVID-19 Testing
University of Maryland professor of medical technology explains the ways speed and accuracy are weighed when testing is deployed to detect COVID-19.
Myocarditis Risk in COVID-Infected College Athletes
A discussion with an Ohio State investigator on early CMR findings among young athletes.
Testing Reagents for SARS CoV 2: Institutional Stockpiling and Supply Chain Issues
Robert H. Christenson, PhD, University of Maryland, outlines the incentives for how SARS-CoV-2 testing reagents are acquired by institutions.
Professor of Medical Technology Provides COVID-19 Testing Breakdown
Robert H. Christenson, PhD, outlines the ways SARS-CoV-2 transmission is prevented during testing, how testing materials are acquired, and more.
Targeting the Innate Immune System to Neutralize the Cytokine Storm in Severe COVID-19
A clinical-stage immunology company has an investigational therapy looking to target the tumor necrosis factor cytokine.
Laser Therapy for Severe COVID-19 Pneumonia
An examination of a patient presenting with the condition in the early days of the pandemic without the access to current care protocols.  
 
The Older Pediatric COVID-19 Problem
At a time when schools and college campuses have reopened, an expert discusses adolescents' trends in spreading COVID-19 more easily, and the lack of testing available to them.