"Diagnosis of heparin-induced thrombocytopenia can be challenging, "Dr. Padmanabhan says. "The risks associated with delayed diagnosis and misdiagnosis can be high."
The in-depth article examines how the onset of flu season has the potential to further complicate testing challenges posed by COVID-19.
After a traumatic fall, Andrew “Roo” Yori’s persistence and athletic gifts allowed him to achieve his dream of becoming an American Ninja Warrior in 2016. Roo uses his celebrity to raise funds for his dog rescue foundation, which helps support other programs and organizations that are making an impact for homeless dogs in their community.
A conversation with Matt Wood, director of Supply Chain Solutions developed by Mayo Clinic, about a little-known program available to help hospitals and other organizations greatly reduce their freight expenses.
The concept of at-home testing for COVID-19 sounds straightforward. But there's nuance to it that's important to understand. Right now, an at-home test for COVID-19 is not available, although there may be one coming soon. But in some areas, at-home sample collection is an option at this time.
When COVID-19 hit in early 2020, it brought a whirlwind of change. Staff in Mayo Clinic's Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology rose to the challenge with perseverance, flexibility, and resilience.
Dr. Pritt reviews how the timing and method of testing can affect the reliability of COVID-19 test results.
Dr. Pritt joins a group of testing experts to sort through the information and help clear up confusion about COVID-19 testing.
In a recent Wall Street Journal article that reviewed COVID-19 symptoms, treatment and prevention, William Morice, II, M.D., Ph.D., weighed in on the role of testing.
Dr. Theel is transforming health care by vetting antibody tests and has set up a COVID-19 testing program at Mayo Clinic.
Bobbi Pritt, M.D., and Matthew Binnicker, Ph.D., offered insight on testing accuracy, as well as circumstances that could affect a test's reliability.
Zacher now works to assist staff who have transitioned to working from home as they learn new technology.
As an anatomical and clinical pathology resident, Dr Boire was part of a team of Mayo pathologists who performed some of the early autopsies on COVID-19 patients.