Guideline suggests use of biomarker- and symptom-based monitoring strategy over symptom-based strategy for patients in symptomatic remission.
Pulmonary function tests may be beneficial every six months, may be of use in initiating noninvasive ventilation when indicated
Risk-based testing recommendations expanded to include people who are or were incarcerated, those with history of sexually transmitted infections
Data were synthesized from animal models, medical countermeasure use for human cases of related OPXV, input from experts, experience during consultations
Daily supplement of 0.4 to 0.8 mg recommended for people planning to or who could become pregnant
Strong recommendation made against long-term opioid therapy, especially for younger age groups, those with substance use disorder
Based on the evidence, the USPSTF continues to recommend against screening of asymptomatic adults and adolescents
Several changes have been made to the child and adolescent immunization schedule for 2023.
Grade B recommendation for hypertensive disorders of pregnancy screening applies to all asymptomatic pregnant persons
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