When: Thursday December 17 at 11 AM EDT
Format: 15 minutes presentation and 45 minutes for Q&As
Audience: Medical professionals seeking education about prevention and early treatment of C19, as well as anyone seeking information about this extremely important matter.
Where: The World! – Online.
REGISTRATION: FREE – RSVP REQUIRED, USING FORM AT BOTTOM OF PAGE
Today, there is a crisis in hospitals in the US and many other countries, where C19 is not treated before hospitalization. Yet a key to resolve the crisis is the prevention and early treatment of the disease, at home, or even in nursing homes. Indeed, with prevention and early treatment, the odds of hospitalization are substantially reduced.
On April 24, Professor Paul Marik and his team released a first “MATH+” treatment protocol, covering the various stages of the C19 disease. Already in May, covexit.com was pleased to feature an extensive interview with the esteemed Professor Joseph Varon, a colleague of Professor Marik, who explained in detail the recommended treatments for the various stages of the disease, and already emphasized the importance to treat it as early as possible, before any hospitalization.
Time has elapsed since, early treatment protocols have evolved. This webinar will provide an opportunity to get an update about the treatment protocols recommended by Paul Marik, and the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Working Group. We will put particular emphasis on the I-Mask+ Protocol, developed in October, which focuses on the prevention and early treatment of C19. The I-Mask+ protocol can be found, in English and other languages at the link below.
What this webinar is all about is to help you to fully understand the rationale of this protocol and how best to use it.
We are pleased to welcome as a speaker for the webinar none other than Professor Paul Marik, MD, the principal author of the i-Mask+ and MATH+ protocols and their multiple updates.
Professor Paul Marik, MD, received his medical degree from the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. He was an ICU attending at Baragwanath Hospital, in Soweto, South Africa.
During this time, he obtained a Master of Medicine Degree, Bachelor of Science Degree in Pharmacology, Diploma in Anesthesia as well as a Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.
Professor Marik also did a Critical Care Fellowship in London, Ontario, Canada, during which time he was admitted as a Fellow to the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeon of Canada.
Professor Marik has worked in various teaching hospitals in the US since 1992. He is board certified in Internal Medicine, Critical Care Medicine, Neurocritical Care and Nutrition Science.
Professor Marik is currently Professor of Medicine and Chief of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, Virginia.
Professor Marik has a distinguished academic record, having authored or co-authored over 400 peer reviewed journal articles, 50 book chapters and authored four critical care books.
REGISTRATION FORM – you will receive by email the details as to how to connect to attend the session.