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Tele-ICU during Covid-19
Early on in the pandemic, it became clear that networking of Intensive Care Units and the implementation of new evidence is crucial for patient outcomes. The pandemic has placed many healthcare systems under enormous pressure.
One possible source of help is the use of telemedicine, which can help to provide case-based knowledge and skills for nurses and doctors from other fields, small hospitals, or to create a “knowledge network”.
Our free COVID-19 webinar on 19 November provided information about telemedicine in high acuity settings, to understand its implications in the Intensive Care setting, and concrete examples of how telemedicine can help during a pandemic.
Dr. Jennifer FANG, Medical Director, Tele-Neonatology Programme, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine & Science, Rochester (USA)
Dr. Christian D BECKER, Associate Director, Center for Telemedicine and e-Health, Westchester Medical Center, Valhalla, New York & Associate Professor, New York Medical College (USA)
Dr. Björn WEISS, Department of Anaesthesiology & Operative Intensive Care Medicine, Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin (Germany)
Dr. Ari ERCOLE, Consultant in Anaesthesia & Intensive Care, Department of Medicine, University of Cambridge (United Kingdom) & Chair of the ESICM Data Science Section
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