Bonus Short - COVID-19 Lessons From NYC
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Patients with COVID-19 present in a variety of ways, and urgent care clinicians need to have a low index of suspicion for diagnosis. Management involves emergency referral for patients with a low oxygen saturation. Every patient should be treated as if they could have COVID-19.
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