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
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 is free but required to get Zoom conference code)
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.
Immunological characteristics of severe patients with COVID-19
Clinical characteristics of deceased patients with COVID-19
Will use her experiences to answer three questions:
Hospital or Not
Intubation or Not
Life or Death
COVID-19 patients in ICU
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