Christopher Sampson, MD, FACEP
Christopher Sampson, MD, FACEP

Dr. Christopher S. Sampson is an emergency medicine physician in Columbia, Missouri and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area. He has been in practice between 11-20 years.

Articles

Vaccines protect older adults. Real-world updates
Disappearance and Return of Heart Attack and Stroke Patients To Emergency Departments
Vaccines may be helpful for those with persistent post-covid-19 symptoms
Vaccine Breakthrough Infinitesimally Small
Rural vaccination numbers far lower than urban peers in US
Study claiming smokers less likely to get covid-19 retracted
US testing in the early pandemic. Just how bad were we?
School closures and pediatric wellbeing. Caregivers are worried, but hospitalization data do not yet bear out concerns
The downstream effect of vaccine hesitancy: outbreaks in nursing homes
The fight against vaccine hesitancy crosses gender lines
Adverse reactions to the first dose of a covid-19 vaccine does not preclude a second dose
More evidence of vaccine efficacy among essential workers. Real world data matches trials
Vaccines decrease coronavirus disease *and* infection among healthcare workers, several new studies find
Vaccination appears to be safe for covid-19 long-haulers
More data points towards obesity as a risk factor for worse covid-19
Eye swabs: a new possibility for testing?
Ivermectin: yet another fad runs into the brick wall known as "actual science"
Vitamin D found to be a dud in treating moderate and severe covid-19
Zinc and vitamin C fall flat in treating covid-19
UK variant (SARS-CoV-2 B.1.1.7) in the United States since November and showing similar transmissibility
Russian Sputnik V vaccine data released
Who got the vaccine? Demographic data released by CDC. Prepare to be *not* shocked
Covid-19 mutations: do our antibodies provide enough resistance?
Can home testing become a reality? New data sheds light
Convalescent plasma not so promising for the critically ill
Johnson & Johnson publishes early data for its covid-19 vaccine candidate. The vaccine is a few months behind the mRNA options but may eventually offer advantages
Johnson & Johnson publishes early data for its covid-19 vaccine candidate. The vaccine is a few months behind the mRNA options but may eventually offer advantages (breaking)
Vaccine confidence declines. Inequality stands to worsen, given new data
Persistence of antibodies among United Kingdom healthcare workers
Is your home a covid-19 hotspot?
Phase III SARS-CoV-2 vaccine trial results appear in a medical journal for the first time
Phase III SARS-CoV-2 vaccine trial results appear in a medical journal for the first time (breaking)
Was covid-19 in the United States prior to January 19th?
Filipino nurses at highest risk of developing covid-19 among registered nurses in the United States
Remdesivir loses support from the WHO
New insights on covid-19 susceptibility in obese populations
Can we attend concerts again?
Household risk of SARS-CoV-2 secondary infection
Another hope dashed? Tocilizumab not as promising as hoped in a new trial
Another hope dashed - Tocilizumab not as promising as hoped in a new trial (breaking)
Will monoclonal antibodies quieting our own immune system help covid-19 patients?
Psychiatric disease and covid-19 risk
Facemasks have no effect on oxygen levels even in users with existing lung disease
Covid-19 vaccine tested in older adults
Covid-19 magnifies yet another inequality; gender in academic publication authorship
Immunity to common coronaviruses is short-lived. Will SARS-CoV-2 be different?
What happens when young adults get covid-19?
Dexamethasone continues to show positive results for those with severe covid-19
How many children have asymptomatic coronavirus infections? New data released
An unfortunate rise in child abuse
The Kiwi Response to covid-19
The decline and return of hospitalizations for heart attacks
Primate study suggests mRNA vaccine effective in fending off SARS-CoV-2 (breaking)
A decline in heart transplants due to covid-19, the waitlist actually dwindles
Covid-19 spread among meat and poultry facility workers
Multiple sclerosis medications not found to be associated with covid-19 risk
Do United States teens keep up with covid-19 news and guidelines?
Do Face Masks Matter?
How long will immunity to SARS-CoV-2 last?
SARS-CoV-2 spread in an air-conditioned restaurant in China