A year has already passed since the first documented case of Covid-19 in Wuhan. The science of the virus has progressed exponentially in some aspects but there has been a more gradual shift of our knowledge of how the virus travels between people. There was and there is still too much emphasis on transmission via… Continue reading A year on: Do we know how the SARS-COV-2 is transmitted in the community?
Free and online today Wednesday 9 September 2020 from 12.30pm to 22pm MUT. This free online event aims to review achievements, challenges, and potential solutions to combat the threat of sepsis worldwide. Session 1: Opening SessionSession 2: The Epidemiology and Burden of SepsisSession 3: Antimicrobial Resistance: An Emerging Global Health ThreatSession 4: Sepsis, Ebola, and… Continue reading World Sepsis Congress Spotlight
ESOT Live: Prepping the kidney transplants of the future 6th Jul 2020 at 20:00 – 21:00 MT Chairs: Lorna Marson, Edinburgh, UK Stefan Schneeberger, Innsbruck, Austria Panelists: Emanuele Cozzi, Padua, Italy Richard N. Pierson III, Boston, USA Bruno Reichart, Munich, Germany Linda Scobie, Glasgow, UK Main topics: - When will xenotransplantation be called a success?… Continue reading Live webinars for the week to July 11
(Cover pic from Eva Bee / The Guardian) The beginning of 2020 has been dramatic for the world with the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Most of the affected countries rapidly adopted the lock down strategy as the death toll was increasing exponentially every single day. Investigations were promptly carried out on how this unprecedented… Continue reading Is Mankind more Viral than the Coronavirus?