DD #134 - Update on COVID 19 in the ICU: Treating Patients on the Frontline
Doctor, Doctor Podcast • 44m
Dr. Eustace Fernandes, Chief of Critical Care at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne, Indiana, gives an update on his experiences on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic treating patients suffering from the disease in his own ICU including new treatments they’re trying and what they’re learning about patient care during these extreme circumstances.
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