As non-COVID-19 patients return to ERs, doctors see side effects of delays in care
from Chicago Tribune
One patient ran out of medication during the COVID-19 pandemic and ended up in the Loyola University Medical Center emergency room with dangerously high blood pressure. Others, unwilling or unable to get consistent treatment for chronic conditions during the pandemic, have come in with out-of-control asthma, mental health crises or inadequately treated chronic kidney failure. And then there are the patients who have been putting off treatment for chest pain.
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