A KU Health System physician says a study affirmed public health interventions during the COVID-19 pandemic decreased respiratory-related hospitalizations, ICU admissions and deaths among medically fragile children.
The LMH Health board of trustees on Wednesday voted to approve an agreement with the KU Health System that aims to improve specialized patient care, according to an announcement from the hospital.
Two KU Health System physicians praised Anthony Fauci’s public service at the NIH during a half century of work marked by challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and the HIV-AIDS epidemic.
Physicians and public health researchers anticipate a surge in COVID-19 infection during the holiday months would complicate the medical response to rising prevalence of flu and a tricky influenza virus.
Doctors with the KU Health System warn of a lack of preparation surrounding a COVID-19 subvariant driving rising case numbers.
The University of Kansas Cancer Center has been deemed a comprehensive place for research by the National Cancer Institute.
When the first Kansas patient to be treated for COVID-19 arrived two years ago at the University of Kansas Health System, doctors weren’t sure how to handle the new and scary sickness.
After she contracted COVID-19, Amber Stiles says, a monoclonal antibody treatment study she participated in helped minimize the draining effects of the virus.
The highly contagious RSV is usually a winter virus, which means Kansas doctors typically see fewer cases over the summer. This year, however, data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows state cases of RSV in Kansas took off in August.
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