In this column for the New York Times, Dr. Daniela Lamas draws on her experience as an emergency room physician to discuss the medical ramifications of being on a ventilator.
Raffaella Sadun, research associate, and her co-authors examine the cognitive biases, lack of data and incomplete response to the COVID-19 outbreak in Italy and outlined specific actions that the US. could take to avoid these missteps.
Download as a PDF Pandemic precautions are now in place. Zero visitation policies at hospitals mean no one besides patients are allowed into the facility. Zero—no family members, no friends, no loved ones. It goes against our humanity and everything we, as health care providers, have done in the past, but it is a necessity,… Continue reading Zero Visitation Policy: A Call for Empathy During Troubling Times
The New York Times reporter interviewed Dr. Bitton, who provided more clarity to the concept of “social distancing” in one comment.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommended on March 18, 2020: “Keep children out of the health care system if it’s not necessary. Use telemedicine and other non-direct care, when appropriate. Review infection-control measures, including asking patients with symptoms to call ahead so they can be evaluated in isolation… Continue reading Keeping Kids Out of the Clinic Who Don’t Need to Be There
Dr. Shah is among the medical personnel interviewed answering questions about COVID-19 and children.
Dr. Lamas’ personal story of having to treat COVID-19 patients in the hospital who can’t have their loved ones near them — even on their deathbed.
Neel Shah speaks witth ProPublica about what pregnant women need to know during the pandemic.
Dr. Asaf Bitton discusses the importance of a comprehensive approach to address the disproportionate effects that safety measures have on those who may be more vulnerable and isolated.