4/18 Seminar: Mild, Severe and Critically ill Covid-19 Patients

COVID-19 Case Studies, ICU Management &

Research on Severe and Deceased Patients

“Living Through A Pandemic” Series 5

Dr. Tao Chen, Associate Professor, Deputy Director, Infectious Disease Dept, Tongji Hospital

Dr. Qiang Zhong , Associate Professor, Deputy Director, Critical Care Dept, Tongji Hospital

Dr. Li Yan, Emergency & Critical Care Dept, Wuhan Tongji Hospital

Co-hosted by

Dr. Nick Kenyon, Professor of UC Davis Health, Division Chief of Pulmonary, Critical Care

Dr. Anlin Xu, MD, President, South Bay Allergy and Asthma Group, San Jose, California

4/18 Saturday, 10:00 New York Time, 7:00 California Time, 15:00 London Time, 22:00 PM Beijing Time

Registration: https://www.wuhanunited.org/seminars

(registration is free but required to get Zoom conference code)

Organized by:

Wuhan Tongji Hospital, Tongji Medical College, Huazhong University of Science & Technology
UC Davis Health
Wuhan United, a California non-profit organization

Dr. Chen has been on the frontline of treating COVID-19 patients in Wuhan from January until now. He has worked in the fever clinic, isolation wards and ICU. As the main co-author, he participated in the creation of Tongji Hospital “Rapid guidance of diagnosis and treatment of COVID-19” at the beginning of COVID-19 in Wuhan. During the epidemic period, he carried out several studies on clinical and immunological characteristics of COVID-19.

Dr. Zhong has worked at a designated COVID-19 hospital since January 4th for 40 days as the head of Tongji Hospital medical team, and a member of Hubei COVID-19 experts team.

Dr. Yan has worked in the Emergency room and Isolation ward since the outbreak of COVID-19 in Wuhan. She has given seminars to doctors around the world on COVID-19.

Topics include:

Dr. Chen:
Immunological characteristics of severe patients with COVID-19
Clinical characteristics of deceased patients with COVID-19

Dr. Yan:
Will use her experiences to answer three questions:
Hospital or Not
Intubation or Not
Life or Death

Dr. Zhong:
COVID-19 patients in ICU

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