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ICU Management

Volume 20 - Issue 1, 2020

2020 19 May

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ICU Management

Personal Experience With Severe COVID-19 After 66 days in Wuhan

2020 19 May

COVID-2019 has become a worldwide pandemic. After working in Wuhan as intensive care physicians for 2 months, we have gained significant experience and would like to share our experience about daily care and supportive therapies for severe COVID-19 patients with our colleagues all over the world. The goal is for all of us to gain victory over COVID-19.... Read more

ICU Management

Clinical Course and Prognosis of COVID-19 - Experience from Wuhan

2020 06 May

In early December 2019, the coronavirus disease (COVID 19) outbreak was first reported in the city of Wuhan, China. Early reports indicated that the virus was acquired from bats. Several epidemiological studies have linked the exposure to COVID-19 to the Wuhan meat market, which sold a variety of wild live animals. Today, it is well known that human... Read more

ICU Management

Critical Care Response to Coronavirus Outbreak in Shenzhen, China

2020 26 Feb

In December 2019, there was an outbreak of a novel virus in Wuhan, China. Termed nCOV or coronavirus disease by the WHO, this infection is now a major public health concern not only in China but globally. The 2019 nCOV pandemic has led to a major influx of infected patients to hospitals and in particular to intensive care units. In China, this has... Read more

Executive Health Management

Coronavirus Outbreak: On the Verge of Global Emergency

2020 30 Jan

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO), is reconvening the International Health Regulations Emergency Committee on 30 January, to advise on whether the current outbreak constitutes a public health emergency of international concern (PHEIC). The meeting is planned to start at 13:30 Geneva... Read more