With the Covid-19 entering our household during Christmas 2020, I thought I was in possession of the gadgets needed to keep on top of things.
If the iconoclasts are right, putting coronavirus patients on ventilators could be of little benefit to many and even harmful to some.
People in Nigeria, Spain, Iran, England, Italy, and New Jersey describe hospitalization in the pandemic.
Ironclad emergency medical practices — about when to use ventilators, for example — have dissolved almost overnight.
“Today we feel like one big army devoted to one fight. Today it feels like maybe, just maybe, we can keep up.”
This pandemic is also an opportunity to close an oxygen divide that ranks among the greatest health injustices of our time, say Kevin Watkins and Adamu Isah Last April Boris [...]More...
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One veteran ER doctor’s crash course in treating COVID-19 patients in New York City.
The jury-rigged breathing aid, invented to deal with ventilator shortages, is now being tested as a kinder, gentler alternative to a tube in the trachea