“Live” Aspectos Epidemiológicos da COVID-19

 Em COVID-19, Telelaudo

SOBRE A LIVE

No dia 17 de junho de 2020, às 15h, gravamos a live intitulada “Aspectos Epidemiológicos da COVID-19”, com a participação do Dr. Crispim Cerutti Junior, Professor Associado da Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, e da Dra. Mariana Coelho, diretora médica da Telelaudo.

A Covid é uma doença infecto-contagiosa, com mais de 8 milhões de casos no mundo e quase 900.000, somente no Brasil (dados do dia 17 de junho de 2020). Nós convidamos o Professor Crispim para nos atualizar sobre como se dá a transmissão da COVID, o que podemos fazer para a prevenir a doença e quais indicadores da infecção são os mais fundamentados.

O conteúdo da gravação é voltado para médicos e residentes de medicina.

Para ver o vídeo de 23 minutos, basta clicar no triângulo (“play”) no centro da imagem, abaixo:

 

IMPORTANTE

É importante reforçar que os tópicos discutidos em formato de recomendações ou mesmo dos achados descritos podem ser modificados e adaptados/complementados por conta da rápida evolução da pandemia. Por estarmos diante da infecção por um novo vírus as nuances de seu comportamento clínico-epidemiológico não são totalmente conhecidas. Realizamos esta gravação no dia 17 de junho de 2020, às 15 hs, horário de Brasilia.

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