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https://www.youtube.com/embed/p_llGsYMy3k all right everybody why don't we go and get started good morning again this is my cell I'm here with colleagues at CDC today we're going to be reviewing some of the issues related to personal protective equipment but before we start I'm going to pass it to doctor I need uh Patel who will give us a quick overview of the current outbreak great thank you thank you Mike so as you all are aware we have been monitoring this expanding outbreak respiratory illness that's been centered in China this is a novel coronavirus and we've been calling this a 20-19 novel coronavirus the potentially seasoned virus outbreak in 27 locations across the world it's impacted over 40,000 individuals and in the u.s.Right now we have 13 cases across six states the potential global public health threat posed by this virus is high but right now the immediate…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/Eeh054-Hx1U Welcome to the new MedCram COVID-19 update This issue is an update on March 6, 2020 Total diagnosed cases now exceed 100,000 Outside mainland China, South Korea now has the largest number of confirmed infections Because everyone knows they are doing virus testing very actively There is an article mentioned in Business Insider South Korea has now tested 140,000 people If you think about it, you will find that the number of them tested in the country has exceeded the number of diagnoses worldwide This also explains why their mortality rate is only 0.6%, which is much lower than both China and the United States. This Bloomberg article is interesting and is about assault virus testing This test in Korea is very interesting They use different test kits than ours President of the Korean Society of Laboratory Medicine says their test sensitivity is much greater than 95% So what…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/Q90Fca6i924 So there's a fairly wide spectrum, in terms of clinical illness. It does sound like a lot of the cases can be mild. There are definitely some more severe cases and those can be pneumonia or they can lead to respiratory failure and there have been a few deaths, but the symptoms are really nonspecific. So they are a lot like what we would see with influenza virus. So those are things like fever, dry cough, sore throat, muscle aches, headaches… those kind of things. So unfortunately there's no specific symptom associated with this particular virus..

https://www.youtube.com/embed/9BYaywITXYk Welcome to the new MedCram lecture we will discuss New coronavirus updates, 75,200 confirmed cases today Based on data from WHO and China's CDC, 2000 total deaths Total recovery was 14,772. Take a look at Worldometer Divided into active and inactive cases 16,814 inactive cases Of these, 88% have recovered or been discharged, and 12% have died. Of course these numbers There may be underestimation. As mentioned earlier, it is impossible to count every patient with new coronary pneumonia. Statisticians believe the number of confirmed cases is underestimated. Possible causes include Mild patients choose not to seek medical treatment, and their detection capabilities are limited. Shortage of resources, missed reports during data collection, etc. Most are mild cases. If we divide the cases into The situation inside and outside mainland China, Outside China, here is another chart where you can see trends Seems more new cases every day Cases…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/dT6mHi_8V5E Welcome to another MedCram COVID-19 update we've got a lot of news to cover today there's been a lot of things that have come back from a medical standpoint or over 200,000 total confirmed cases worldwide total deaths almost nine thousand total recovered eighty four thousand if we look country by country on the world ometer site we can see here only 34 new cases total in China at this point most of the cases are outside of China in facts more cases in Italy in terms of active cases then there is anywhere else in the world at this point the United States cases have jumped to almost 10,000 that's probably because of increased testing that is now coming online in the United States despite that we only have about 64 serious or critical cases in the United States out of a total of 92 hundred we also…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/okg7uq_HrhQ welcome to another medcram lecture so I hear this question a lot how does the corona virus actually kill people there’s a recent article in The Lancet that showed that of 41 people that were admitted to the hospital six of them died and all of them were on ventilators and they died with something called a RDS and a RDS is how the corona virus kills it’s not just the corona virus but many other viruses including the influenza virus that we have every year how is it that this happens it’s through acute respiratory distress syndrome and I’m gonna explain to you how that happens so you first have to understand lung Anatomy and to understand that I like to show you a tree so a tree has a tree stump and then it branches and then those branches branch and then further those branches branch until…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/9vMXSkKLg2I Welcome to the new MedCram Lecture Recently something happened in the news Hope this thing will calm down soon This incident is the new coronavirus outbreak starting in 2019 The outbreak began on the last day of 2019 And accompanied us to 2020 Let's talk about coronavirus first This virus should come from Wuhan, China Let's talk about the current situation and some latest news It seems that this virus comes from Wuhan, China we mentioned earlier Scholars seem to have locked their source in a wild market In fact some hospitalized patients In the upcoming issue of The Lancet, From this wild market As of January 25, 2020 They estimate that about 1,300 people have been infected And about 41 died of illness Of course this number will not unexpectedly continue to rise Where has the virus spread Except China and Asia The virus has spread to Australia,…