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Neil Floch MD May 25
FILL IN the blanks: A __ year old m/f presented weeks after developing ____ , _____, and ____. He/she did NOT come to the ER because of and NOW have SEVERE ______.
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Students4COVID May 28
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Nelson U Udeme-Abasi May 26
A very big thank you to for the opportunity to represent medical students in Sub-saharan Africa at such a global stage during . I'm convinced the is bright.
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Georgia Layton May 24
It is wonderful to see such brilliant progress of & . Many centres uploading. Thoracic teams... A more detailed, case-based explanation of inclusion criteria is now live via
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Olayinka Adewunmi May 23
Replying to @GlobalSurgeryJC
No data here but what is obvious is that a wide gap has been created in surgical care, whether LMICs or HICs. It will definitely take some time to reduce the gap.
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Aitor Landaluce May 23
Good afternoon, I am Aitor Landaluce , colorectal surgeon in Urduliz Hospital Spain
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Sean Chetty May 23
Replying to @GlobalSurgeryJC
Sean Chetty. Associate Professor and Head of department- Anaesthesiology & Critical Care, Stellenbosch University, South Africa. Passionate advocate for access to safe peri-operative care for the vulnerable
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Elizabeth Li May 23
Great job spreading the message far and wide cancellation. Hopefully will help as many patients, healthcare professionals and policy makers as possible during the pandemic
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Global Surgery Journal Club May 23
Thank you for joining us on this special edition ! This is indeed a timely theme and we hope the discussions continue. We look forward to your involvement in upcoming sessions.
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SoMe4GlobalSurgery May 23
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Khair Ul Barayya May 23
Replying to @GlobalSurgeryJC
COV Testing of time-sensitive surgical patients can allow healthcare staff to operate safely on COV-ive patients. This can help us prevent non-urgent surgeries becoming urgent.
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Global Surgery Journal Club May 23
Q3. Delaying time-sensitive elective operations like cancer or transplant surgery, may lead to deteriorating health, worsening QoL, ⬆️societal costs & unnecessary deaths. Soon non-urgent surgeries will become urgent! What is your opinion on ways to mitigate this delay?
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Joana Simoes May 23
Replying to @GlobalSurgeryJC
paper showed that on most LMICs elective surgery cancellation is lower than HICs. This might reflect current COVID status in different countries when the study was run.
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Gaetano Gallo May 23
Replying to @GlobalSurgeryJC
A1 Italy has been heavilty hit. In my Hospital all elective surgical procedure and outpatient clinica have been stalled. Only oncological and Emergency surgeries are currently guaranteed. Next week we will start with elective surgery
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Katayoun S Madani MD MS May 23
Replying to @GlobalSurgeryJC
All elective cases were cancelled early on, surgical workforce was redistributed to cover COVID ICUs, shortage of PPE led to high exposure rates, & demand on ventilators led to reallocation of machines from OR to ICU
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Prabhat Jha May 23
Replying to @GlobalSurgeryJC
Hi everyone! I am Prabhat Jha a third year medical student from India! Glad to be a part! Looking forward to a great discussion!
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#Covid19 #UHC May 23
I'm Mashkur Isa, a global surgery and global health advocate from Nigeria
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Soham Bandyopadhyay May 23
Replying to @GlobalSurgeryJC
Academic Doctor in the UK. Passionate about global surgery and equity in health
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Global Surgery Journal Club May 23
Replying to @yanelizabethli
Excited to have you join us
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Global Surgery Journal Club May 23
The special edition of has begun! Please join us by: 1/ Answering each question in a thread 2/ Use Please introduce yourself!
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