Considering the burden on hospitals, the decision was made to treat the asymptomatic and mild cases at home and moderate and severe cases in the hospitals.
“We live in a strange post-truth world devoid of honest free speech, integrity, compassion & science.” — Professor Robert Clancy Selected Highlights both early treatment
“Between both of us now, we are close to 5000 positive patients we have seen and treated. Our death rate is 2 out of those
This February 20, the IHU Marseille had as distinguished guest for a video conference: the prestigious Stanford Professor, John P.A. Ioannidis, MD, PhD The theme
This 30 min interview reviews the whereabouts of C19 treatments since the beginning of the pandemic, both at US and global levels, with emphasis on
Learn about the best practices for treating older people, at home or in nursing homes, drawing from the practical experience of two of the very
The results of the so called STOIC clinical trial run by Oxford University and testing budesonide have just been published as a pre-print on medrxiv.
This is a guest opinion by Dr Klaus Schustereder, a medical doctor specialized in general internal medicine, now working in Switzerland. Dr Schustereder has extensive
In this article, we are looking at 4 particular public policy aspects which are noteworthy in the response of the Dominican Republic to the pandemic:
INSERM – the “Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale” i.e. the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research, has issued
A new group called “Doctors for Justice in LTC” – LTC standing for Long Term Care Facilities – has launched a website, stating their views
This is the second part of our Essential Educational Travel for Messrs Legault and Trudeau, respectively prime ministers of Québec and Canada. It brings us