Webcast: Learnings from Italian Public Health measures and implications for Clinical Practice
The evolving COVID-19 pandemic is a significant challenge faced by clinicians and other practitioners across the world. During this time, it is vital that healthcare professionals share insights and clinical experience to ensure the medical community adapts quickly to deliver the best possible care to patients.
The Sandoz medical team is therefore providing a forum to facilitate the rapid transfer of knowledge and experience across country borders through a series of expert-led webcasts covering a range of topics relevant to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The first of these webcasts took place on Wednesday 25th March 2020 and featured Massimo Galli, Professor of Infectious Diseases and Tropical Medicine at University of Milan, Italy and Director at “Luigi Sacco” Hospital on: Learnings from Italian Public Health measures and implications for Clinical Practice
Professor Galli is a leading expert on infectious diseases and deeply involved in the management of the COVID-19 situation in Italy. During the webcast, Professor Galli shared his experience of treating patients in Milan
The Italian COVID-19 experience: Intro
Hear Professor Galli describing his experience of the COVID-19 outbreak in Milan.
Typical patient profiles for COVID-19
Professor Galli talking about typical patient profiles including both common and atypical symptoms of COVID-19.
Importance of protective measures for medical staff
Professor Galli describing how he and his team have effectively protected themselves from COVID-19 infections whilst treating their patients.
Long-term effects of the COVID-19 infection in recovering patients
Professor Galli talking about the long-term effects of COVID-19 infection in patients recovering from the virus.
Key learnings from the Italian experience of COVID-19
Professor Galli talking about the key learnings from the Italian experience of the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Italian COVID-19 experience: full video
Hear Professor Galli describing his experience of the COVID-19 outbreak in Milan (full lenght).