1. New York University Grossman School of Medicine, New York, NY, USA
While it is generally accepted that patients with COVID-19 who have cardiac comorbidities suffer from a substantially increased risk of adverse outcomes, establishing a cohesive understanding of this relationship has proven elusive. Moreover, as healthcare systems continue to grapple with the relentless and often unforeseen challenges that accompany this global pandemic, progress in unravelling the virus’ pathobiology and seemingly pleiotropic effects has been additionally complicated by the disrupted delivery of even routine care. A blunted recognition of comorbid cardiovascular conditions coupled with uncertainty regarding how concomitant infection with a novel, highly contagious pathogen should influence treatment has likely ...
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