COVID-19 PANDEMIC UPDATES FOR CLINICIANS
A novel coronavirus was first reported to the World Health Organization on December 31, 2019. The virus appears to have spread from Wuhan, China and has quickly led to a pandemic.
Dr. Seheult illustrates key developments about COVID-19 and SARS-CoV-2 pathophysiology, transmission, prevention, treatment options & trials, vaccine advances, data trends, as well as the response from governments, hospitals, and communities.
A lot has changed since we recorded our first video on a novel coronavirus outbreak on January 26, 2020. Please note that each video was produced with the best information we could access at the time of recording. Some videos were recorded well over a month ago and may contain information that has become outdated or replaced by better information or research.
That said, we believe each video contains concepts that have enduring value and reviewing how the response to COVID-19 has progressed over time may be of interest to you as well.
We're committed to keeping our COVID-19 videos free for all to access. Please share them with friends and colleagues if you find them helpful.
- Introduction - Please Read First
- Coronavirus Outbreak, Transmission, & Pathophysiology
- Symptoms, Treatment, & Vaccine Status
- Update 3: Spread, Quarantine, Projections, and Vaccine Developments
- How Coronavirus Kills: Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) & Treatment
- Update 5: Current Numbers & Mortality Rate vs SARS / Influenza
- Update 6: Asymptomatic Transmission & Incubation Period
- Update 7: Global Health Emergency Declared, Viral Shedding, & Germany Case
- Update 8: Travel Ban, First Death Outside of China, Quarantine, & Opportunistic Infections
- Update 9: Fecal-Oral Transmission & Recovery vs Death Rate
- Update 10: New Studies, Transmission, Spread, & Prevention
- Update 11: Antiviral Medications, Treatment Trials (Remdesivir, Chloroquine)
- Update 12: Unsupported Theories, Pneumonia, & ACE2 & nCoV
- Update 13: Dr. Li, Dip in Daily Cases, nCoV vs Influenza, & Spread to Canada
- Update 14: Hospital Spread of Infection, WHO Allowed in China, & N-95 masks
- Update 15: Underreporting, Prevention, & 24 Day Incubation?
- Update 16: Name Change to COVID-19, Boosting Your Immune Response to Viral Infections
- Update 17: Spike in Confirmed Cases & Fighting Infections with Sleep
- Update 18: Increase in Deaths, Questions about Asymptomatic Spread, & More Sleep Tips
- Update 19: Treatment and Medication Clinical Trials, & H1N1 Influenza A
- Update 20: Misinformation, Infection Severity, Cruise Ship, & Virus Origins
- Update 21: Antibodies, Case Fatality, Clinical Recommendations, 2nd Infections?
- Update 22: Viral Shedding Without Symptoms, Cruise Quarantine, Asymptomatic Testing
- Update 23: Infections in Kids & Pregnancy, South Korea, Spillover From Bats
- Update 24: Infections in Italy, Transmissibility, COVID-19 Symptoms
- Molecular Biology Primer - How Viruses Work
- Update 25: Vaccine Developments, Italy's Response, and Mortality Rate Trends
- Update 26: Treatment Updates, Stock Markets, Germany & San Francisco, Pandemic?
- Update 27: Testing Accuracy for COVID-19 (CT Scan vs. RT-PCR), New California Cases
- Update 28: Practical Prevention Strategies, Patient Age vs. Case Fatality Rate
- Update 29: Testing problems, mutations, COVID-19 in Washington & Iran
- Update 30: More Global COVID-19 Outbreaks, Vitamin D May Aid Prevention
- Update 31: Mortality Rate, EPA Approved Cleaning Products, A More/Less Severe Virus Strain?
- Update 32: Important Data from South Korea, Can Zinc Help Prevent COVID-19?
- Update 33: COVID-19 Medication Treatment Trials, Global Testing Remains Limited
- Update 34: US Cases Surge, Chloroquine & Zinc Treatment Combo, Italy Lockdown
- Update 35: New Outbreaks & Travel Restrictions, Possible COVID-19 Treatments
- Update 36: Flatten The COVID-19 Curve, Social Distancing, Hospital Capacities
- Update 37: The ACE-2 Receptor - The Doorway to COVID-19 (ACE Inhibitors & ARBs)
- Update 38: How Hospitals & Clinics Can Prepare for COVID-19, Global Cases Surge
- Update 39: Rapid COVID-19 Spread with Mild or No Symptoms, More on Hydroxychloroquine Treatment
- Update 40: Ibuprofen and COVID-19 (Are NSAIDs Safe?), Trials of HIV Medications, Preliminary CDC Fatality Data
- Update 41: Shelter In Place, FDA Investigates Hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19
- Update 42: Immunity to COVID-19 And Is Reinfection Possible?
- Update 43: Shortages, Immunity, & Can a TB Vaccine (BCG) Help Prevent COVID-19?
- Update 44: Loss of Smell & Conjunctivitis in COVID-19, Is Fever Helpful?
- Update 45: Sharing Ventilators, More on Sleep, Immunity, & COVID-19 Prevention
- Update 46: Can Hot/Cold Therapy (Thermal Regulation) Boost Immunity? More on Hydroxychloroquine
- Update 47: Searching for Immunity Boosters & Possible Lessons From Spanish Flu
- Update 48: Curve Flattening in California, PPE in the ICU, Medication Trials
- Update 49: New Data on COVID-19 vs Other Viral Infections (Ventilator Outcomes)
Great job team
CINDY SCARBOROUGH, RN
Concise, understandable terminology. Well referenced. Logical, organized content with appropriate emphasis on pertinence of data and research to current and potentially future impacts. Continues to provide updates of prior subject matter while adding theory and data on new topics. What % of population would need exposure before rate of infection decreases? How many strains are we now seeing? Is amount and severity similar among strains. Or hard to tell since different geographic areas may have different exposure rates among different strains? ?difficult to separate variable so early. Or am I way off. Do we need different tests for each strain so far? Could we expect theses experimental drugs to possibly or probably lose efficacy over time, with prolific use? Thank you so very much!!!
CHARLES THOMPSON, MD
excellent review ...
Thanks for the great content. Very clear and easy to understand presentation.
Brilliant, clear, relevant, interesting, helpful, inspiring. (I am not a medical person.) Thank you.
LOK KY, MD
EHDAA J, MD
Too good informative and he is so much passionate
KATIE WALSH (NP Student)
GONZALO GUILLEN, RN
You are very thorough! Please continue to work with us in providing with some valuable information which is very vital in or practice!
KAY JACKSON, NP
I feel like this has really brought me up to date on something my own patients will be concerned about.
KATRINA BOVE, RN
SHUANG WU, MD
NATALIA SANCHEZ (Nursing Student)
Really well explained tghank you very much better imposioble
BONNIE RICKENBACH-WOOFTER, NP
Clear, up to date information for EVERYONE but especially front line medical staff! Excellent presentation.
Extremely well done and helpful
DAVID LEMOS, MD
Excellent explanation and review of key concepts. also excellent coverage and explanation of our current understanding of key concepts and medications relating to the coronavirus. Also good clarification current issues that have been raised by the media and online. I recommend this for anyone trying to get a clear understanding of the issues at stake during this Covid crisis.
TYLER TORRES, Dentist
CAREY PAGE, MD
Lucidly presented critical information. The point that there are no randomized prospective studies is important. However, the excellent mortality numbers from S. Korea (where hydroxychloroquine is the favored empiric Rx) encourages both a trial....and empiric Rx in the absence of a trial. I would love to know where you obtained the "commercial test" you referenced several days ago. I have seen the Roche press release from Jan 30 and press releases from other pharma companies stating "we're working on it," but nothing more. I am a retired academic/clinical General Surgeon from the Baylor College of Medicine class of 1968. Our class has remained close over the years through periodic reunions at nice places. We have an email group of about 80 classmates and spouses discussing the COVID-19. We draw heavily on your outstanding "lessons" for the best information available. We're all septuagenarians, and thus "high risk". So; your work is very important to us. Thank you, Carey P. Page, M.D. Professor UTHSCSA, Retired. Continued comments: Here is an elegantly documented paper from collaborators at Stanford, Johns Hopkins, and Columbia speaking to the use of "Chloroquine" for treatment and prophylaxis. https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vTi-g18ftNZUMRAj2SwRPodtscFio7bJ7GdNgbJAGbdfF67WuRJB3ZsidgpidB2eocFHAVjIL-7deJ7/pub?urp=gmail_link#ftnt11
CRAIG ROBINSON, PA-C
Excellent overview and study of disease patho-physiology and epidemiology. I have recommended many sessions and the entire course to a number of friends and medical colleagues. Craig Robinson PA-C LTC in US Army Reserves As new updates are produced I watch and distribute. This is interesting and educational for Medical professionals and also non medically trained people. Keep it up and thank you. Craig Robinson
DANIEL HEADRICK, MD
I love you videos and drawings. I am an emergency room nurse working on the front lines. I have been watching your updates every morning before work and find them very helpful. I am sharing this information with my co-workers and ER physicians. When I was in nursing school, 35 years ago, my physiology teacher said " We are altering the course of evolution by treating fevers". These words have stuck in my head all these years and now you have explained it clearly. In the ER we over treat fevers in children. Thank you! firstname.lastname@example.org
Brilliant teaching. The presentation is simple, but very effective.
JORDAN PODVAL, MD
SOLOMON WAI, MD
Clear and concise. And almost all the questions. Though I would have loved to know how 2019 nCoV compares to MERS and SARS when it comes to morbidity, mortality amongst the hospitalized and total mortality.
As a layman trying to under the science of the Coronavirus pandemic "Updates Explained Clearly" did exactly that. The course provided the understanding I needed to follow the daily news of the pandemic. It also helped me see the risks and benefits of the governments strategic plans. It made clear of the challenges ahead for the medical industry, healthcare givers and country.
GERALYN ROSCOE, RN
I can't thank you enough for your continued monitoring of this situation and daily posts ! ... especially information that you share on possible prevention.
Very clear, clear and well documented. Thank you
I am a non medical person who loves science. I really enjoyed these lectures. I understand Covid-19, much better now. Thank you so much for providing these lectures online. I loved the drawings & illustrations, & charts. It gives me hope, that I can make it out alive. I loved how you explain complex ideas very simply. I’m a double lung transplant patient, coming up on my 4 th year, since transplant. So I am in the 20 % that will be hit hard by Covid-19. I’m thankful for good medical care at UCLA, for great doctors locally and at UCLA, and for a Governor who basically shut down Las Vegas. I also loved hearing about some of the new ideas to treat Covid-19. All will give me a much better chance to stay a live. Thanks again, Margie
TORBJÖRN ROSENQVIST, MD
Very clear explanations on many aspects of this pandemic.
CONNIE PETTY, NP
wonderful information! Thank you for the continued updates!! Very helpful and encouraging!
JENNIFER RICKARD, MD
This is a very informative course. I appreciate the regular updates and the links to dashboards and articles.
NONNIE BREYTSPRAAK, NP
FATIMA HAMDAN, NP
Very informative and benefial
10 STAR! Appreciate, and Grateful for this Amazing CoronaVirus Pandemic Covid 19 course and top notch Physician Instructor, Dr Roger Seheult. He is truly extremely knowledgeable and skilled at relaying significant medical info in easily understood terms and diagrams. Thank you so much for your unselfish dedication to help and teach others during these difficult times. God bless you, Dona S.
BRUCE MICKEY, MD
This course is a valuable source of information regarding the current state of the pandemic and its medical management, and common sense measures that the population at large can take to reduce the burden placed on our hospital system.
This course is excellent presenting complex medical issues with enough diagrams, charts, and tables so that even non-medical people, not familiar with “Dr. speak” can understand the basic concepts. Links and references are included for those who wish to dig-deeper. Thank you for making it available.
STEPHEN CLARK, Dentist
Excellent source of up to date info on SARS CoV 2. Great review of current literature on COVID-19 research concerning disease spread and possible treatments. Graphics are superb and a wonderful source of online monitors to track the disease. 5 STARS my friends.
DEANNA WHITEHORN (NP Student)
Thank you Dr Sehault! You explain the topics so clearly making it easy to understand! I appreciate your updates and look forward to them. I am an acute care NP working in a SNF setting and I eager to learn as much as possible about this!
This is the best explained and most complete collection of really useful information around the covid-19 disease that I could find anywhere on the internet. All thumbs up and may thanks to making this available.
SHERYL PUTNAM, RN
The Coronavirus courses have been very informative. Credible facts and statistics have led to discussion of prevention for the health care population. Your review investigated multiple sources and clearly shows how health care professionals around the world are collaborating to come up with answers that will lead to a vaccine and better control in an epidemic.
This course answered and explained all of my questions and offered me relief from worry. Thank you.
LESTER SETTLE, Dentist
As an older dentist starting post-graduate study the med cram site has been great for my med revision. It is 30 years since I finished study -wish this sort of thing had been around then! The Covid-19 updates have been awesome, thanks for the science based reporting! Is there any chance you could talk about the treatment strategies for the severe cases, particularly does it involve large doses of steroids to reduce inflammatory response. Thanks and weldone
LEE ANN STONE, RN
Have been sharing these updates since early February, especially with my ER coworkers to keep updated on what is happening with the pandemic. Have even told my non medical friends to watch so they too are aware of what is happening. Thanks for all the great information!
MICHELLE MILLER, PA-C
LISA HAAS, RN
Excellent information and presentation!
SHARON LYNN MABRY, NP
STEPHEN LEMOS, MD
Best out there. If you could go over the reuse of PPE that would be great. there are alot of misconceptions out there. People are spraying surgical masks and N95's. they should not be storing their masks in plastic bags. Perhaps out of your scope, but the "Why" is not. Thanks for doing this. It is great!
PETER TYLEE, RN
This course is excellent. The pace, that seems typical of the MedCram tutorials, is highly appropriate, maintaining attention and wasting no time. The content is varied and, while this was initially a little frustrating, does help to succinctly keep up to date with significant news. The combination of highly relevant basic science with clinical applications is very helpful. Sometimes promised links to referenced papers were not actually available "in the links below" but mostly they were. They were always welcome!
SHARON BELL, NP
Thanks for the info and update. I will be on the look out for patients that present with these symptoms and have a history or contact with someone who has traveled to or near wunon china. Im curious why some who get influenza or pneumonia develop ARDs. It is very difficult to treat and is usually the cause of death. My question is how to we reduce the incidence of ARDs with this illness, or can we? I had a colleague die 2 months ago from ARDs after contracting a viral illness.
Excellent. Very understandable and I te resting and helpful. Thank you. Will you be continuing each upcoming day during this coronavirus? I would like to keep up on this daily if you do.
SEOK JOON LEE
It was great!! Clear explanations on corona issue~
Outstanding presentation nd explanation of what is going on, why, and how to deal with it. One small suggestion is to put the date of publication in each course title for those coming late to the party. Keep up the great work!
BARBARA WHITE, NP
Thank you Dr Seheult. I am a recently retired NP who worked at the health clinic at Cornell University in upstate NY. All this information is helpful and updates would be beneficial. Good information to pass on to interested ppl.
JILL REMSHARDT (NP Student)
I found this website when I was going to AGACNP school. I am so greatful for your expertise and I love your delivery of teaching. Thank you for adding the COVID-19 course for free. I look forward to each one your post. Stay safe in California.
10000% brilliant spoken and learnt so much, great speaker.i became a highly informed person, i was making apps untill i saw this medcram, its the best i can tell you, am staying with medcram.
REINHARD BARTELMANN, MD
These are the best and most relevant science based medical video presentations I have ever seen and should be mandatory viewing for every person on earth, especially anyone claiming to be a health care provider.
Just watched the 47th episode. I thought that the series was wonderful. I learned a lot (immune system, RNA, vaccines, care, ...). Thanks for making this available!
I love these videos! I'm not a medical professional, don't understand it all but my dad was a physician and this is like our dinners at home - listening to his days! I really loved today bc I think you have found the magic - the days between Day 5 and Day 12 - what can we do not to have to go to the hospital for an ICU bed?? Thank you for all the time you must be spending on this - in addition to treating patients!! Thank you.
RICHARD BENIAN, Dentist
Nice show of the virus infection time line and related molecular biology which helps to explain how the virus works. Need far more and better testing kits in the U.S.A. If South Korea can do it then we should too. Thank You!
TERESA WIGGIND, RN
This course was very informative and interesting. It covered a plethora of information and also gave tips on basic actions to boost Our immune systems and care for patients.
FERNANDO SALDANA, NP
MOHD AZIZ KHAN, MD
Good explanation and upto the point.
Finnaly I understand the molecular aspects of DNA and many rna's and their functions.
TAMMY GARBEE, RN
I have been watching news reports, reading articles, trying to figure this whole thing out and this series cleared it up nicely and quickly.
JOHN LOCK, MD
VERY HELPFUL, PLEASE KEEP US POSTED. WOULD YOU PLEASE TOUCH ON THE TOPIC TESTING. similar reviews and updates on pressing topics like this in the future would be greatly appreciated. Thank you much. Thanks for your continued surveillance. Amen Is there any possibility of an ACE 2 inhibitor or peptide being used in a nebulizer to block virus absorption in the distal airways?
I have truly enjoyed the updates and found them informative. (They had best have been informative otherwise why do them or listen to them. I Must go over the molecular biology of viruses at least 2 more times slowly. Thanks for the hard work. Crum lost what I said a moment age. Now that I have completed the last update explaining more of the molecular phisiology I'll have to go back to the primer again and again. I'll take actual note once or twice :-). Again, thank you for your hard work. Lenora Knapp. ( Guess I should go back to school but in the seventh decade how long could I work. Keep up the hard work and please all of you protect yourselves while attending your patients. I will continue to follow these updates daily as possible. Will of course go through the molecular biology courses multiple time as I truly am a novice in this area. Take care of yourselves. I am returning to the review after the last update #47 and will continue with the updates. Interestingly I wonder if hot showers and then returning to a relatively cool room could trigger the innate immune cells. It certainly is worth trying in the absence of saunas. I will continue to return to the various updates for further learning. Thank you. God bless each of you and take care in your practices.
Thank you so much for making everything about covid-19 clear, and for addressing all the issues with such clarity. It was so interesting, which l never could have imagined. We are a small expat Canadian community in northern India, waiting and watching for the signs that the virus has now hit our area. Your information is extremely valuable. The doctors here can't possibly be prepared enough, because of the sheer numbers and the remote villages, along with the social conditions here regarding attending temples, weddings, etc., not to mention the servant system. We are relying on strict isolation as the main preventive measure. Regards and best wishes for your own health and your medical team.
MARY BUTCHER, Pharmacist
Thank you for the clear explanations of the nCoronavirus. I appreciate the comparisons to other forms of coronaviruses as well as the visuals on ARDS and graphs. You shared more tools in my bag to share and dispel misinformation about infections. Thanks again. You must have been up early this morning to post the update for 2/2/20! Thank you for caring so much about people in a very difficult line of work.
DIANE DREWE, RN
I have really enjoyed these courses. The microbiology portions are quite fascinating and much easier to comprehend than my university course lecturers have been. The discussions are based on science and fact and delivered in a calm straightforward manner. The Dr must be spending a great deal of his own personal time searching out the medical articles and websites he incorporates into his lectures and I appreciate his dedication to sharing his knowledge with the rest of us. I have recommended this site to many of my colleagues in the hospital where I work, not just for the COV-19 coverage but for his many other lecture series as well. This site gives us a refreshing alternative to the usual sensationalism, pure speculation, and alternating downplay and hysteria attached to this subject on news programs. Thank you and keep up the good work.
THOMAS STOLZENBURG, MD
good course, CONGRATS ! Suggestion: even though every healthcare professional should/will of course be familiar with the essentials of hygiene, I believe a lot goes/will go wrong in that area when the flood gates open... Can you add a chapter (or refer to good, practical sources) on the essentials of the do's and dont's of "how to dress, swap, undress, discard protective gear, ship probe"? We start implementing a service, dedicated to going into the field to swap potential CorVID-19 patients at home (instead of having them come to the hospital), which means, such person can become a perfect super-spreader, if things go wrong there... THANKS AGAIN !!!
It is an excellent information about new events, scientifically based with all the references for upgrading and just long enough to listen with passion. Schemes are great and explain well basic mechanisms. Great work! Retired biologist from Slovenia Jasna Strus
MICHAEL GURNEY, MD
THOMAS MCGEE, MD
Fantastic course. Made me feel a lot more comfortable treating patients with COVID-19. Way to Accelerateyour knowledge about the condition
Very well-done and thoroughly interesting with great detailed explanations.
YOUNG SUH, MD
Excellent! Follow through the events as they occur that are clearly explained!
JPAM SCHONBERGER, MD
Working as an (European) professional in the medical field, I have to state that these are brilliant courses: all of them are crystal clear and -from a teaching standpoint of view- the best I ever experienced! Thx very very much and please continue with this good work. A grateful colleague.
I am a paramedic student and chose to do a class presentation on this subject. Thank you MedCram for making it much more relevant to the prehospital setting and explaining the microbiology so clearly!
Well done! I could understand most of the lectures, having had biology, chemistry and an engineering background. Also the speaking voice was pleasant to listen to. Looking forward to more lectures..
WADE FARROW, MD
Excellent course. Thanks so much for creating this wonderful resource!
DANIEL OBEDEKA, MD
This course is one of the best. Excellent explanation and precise information. I rate it 5 star
KRISTIE KOVACS, NP
Great update. Short, to the point and no fluff. Very helpful with explaining the risks to families.
LAURIE KEATING, RN
Excellent Course, I look forward to the next Corona Virus Update.
I had a splenectomy after an accident when I was 7yrs. Because of that I was told that my immune system is compromised. Since 1978, when I lived in Austria for 12 years, I have used saunas and hot baths to successfully fight off colds and flus of many types.
Complete detailed explanations...
LOU ANN KIESSLING, MD
Roger Seheult,MD is a brilliant teacher! Just as his medcram claims, “his passion is demystifying medical concepts to students.”
BLANDINE SOLEFACK (NP Student)
Great, easy to understand.
LISA D, NP
VENKAT APOORV THUNGATHURTHI (Medical Student)
This is by far!!, one of the best, informative tutorials I have ever had the opportunity to study. I am not a medical professional, but a typical individual. Whoever produced this did a great job of, pardon the expression, dumbing it down for the non professional. I give it an 11 out of 10!
CYNTHIA CAMPBELL, RN
It was great.thanks for the education.
This is how epidemics SHOULD be explained on every media site. Clear precise informative
SAMANTHA DEBROUX (NP Student)
Great explanation of this virus with updates daily.
VALENTINA NASTASI, RN
MYRLANDE RIGAUD (NP Student)
COVID-19 has progressed from an outbreak to a pandemic and caused tremendous hardship for many.
Thank you for sharing it with all of us. I’m not a medical professional, and I truly appreciate the clarity of the explanation. I’m looking forward to more updates. We are getting hammered here in NJ.
Informative and without scaremongering.
Really delighted to listen to your videos. Very well explained with equally well presentation on the epidemiology and ARDS. Great work
ROMY AGUINALDO, MD
As a GP , this kind of talk suits me— concise ,relevant and simple! Well done and thank you !
CLAUDIA FERRADA, PA-C
I just love this course. Explained very simple, giving the facts. Love it!
MARY LOU JENNINGS (PT Student)
Today’s briefing was too fast. Had trouble keeping up. No links to the articles referenced
DUANE ABELS, MD
Concise interesting and most of all helpful Work very small very isolated rural hospital I am on our coronavirus committee I am an ER doc not ID. This helps me plan for our hospital. I do use two other sources also. That way I get different views but you have really educated me to help the isolated thin line of HCP
Thank You so much for making this available
PAIGE DRAHOS, RN
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SHARON ROSE, RN
This was great information to hear. Seems like most of this information gets lost in the reporting of the virus, so it was good to have a reference point to find out this information.
JAMES ROHRER II DO , MD
Lol I’m a 74 yr old retired FP , did 44 yrs FP Thanks for presenting in in a manner even I can understand .
Very well done. Excellent presentation.
ERIC STROUD, PA-C
LAURA DIAZ DEL CASTILLO, MD
I’m very grateful for your clear and thoughtful, yet easily understood, explanations. Thank you.
DOUGLAS BAKER, PA-C
Very informative. Enjoy the regular updates and summarization of journal articles.
RAYMOND RAYMUNDO , RN
ROMINA ARBILDI, RN
VENUS CENTINO, RN
Intelligently presented and very informative. Thank you
ELIZABETH BROST, MD
Very informative, concise, easy to understand. Greatly appreciate the daily summaries.
NICK KARAHALIOS, MD
enjoyed the course from the clinical to the molecular level. Also it is very evidence based. Kudos and high regards.
KEVIN NGUYEN, MD
I appreciate the clear, concise explanations and important updates.
PETE T, MD
Great job. The links were very helpful. How about if one tends to sleep too much.
BRIAN MACAULEY, PA-C
Great lectures. Great explanations for a fairly complex situation.
BROCK V. SHERMAN, MD
Excellent and exceedingly clear.
REYNA ARCE (NP Student)
PAVAN GANAPATHIRAJU, MD
MARK SIBLEY, MD
Excellent series and very factual and informative, but even more so, it offers very helpful advice....Thank you. Mark Sibley, M.D.
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OTONIEL CASTRO , MD
I will keep watching and listening, thank you to keep it free and available for every one. This may save lives.
Very very helpfull
THOMAS WHITE, Paramedic
By far the most concise and factual review of the developing issues I have come across.
FREDERICK HAYNES, MD
Very Informative!! Keep it up! Thank you!!
JENNIFER TIDWELL, RN
RONILOU BERNARTE, RN
KAY PIPER (NP Student)
Terrific! Concise and very well explained. Somewhere I read about Loratadine and now can't find it. Any research? Thanks
PATRICIA STARCK, RN
Very clear and scientifically based. Extremely helpful. Thanks so much.
Relevant, timely and important content. Much appreciated
SHAWNA FINDING, RN
MEGAN RIFFLE, NP
Very well done
DEBRA BLUM (Nursing Student)
GIDEON PLAUT, MD
Exelent sumary of information. Very helpful for desicion making.