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STRATEGIES TO SUPPORT THE COVID-19 RESPONSE IN LMICs - Shared screen with speaker view
Esther Buregyeya
27:36
Dr. Bhakti, very nice to see you again. I liked your courage and you have greatly inspired me. Best
Mayowa Tiam
28:00
Hi Dr.Bhakti.You look much better.
Monica Nirmala
28:21
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Anna Kalbarczyk
31:03
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marcia rollock
31:35
Gm everyone.
Bhakti Hansoti
48:01
Hi everyone. - we will welcome your questions
Bhakti Hansoti
56:43
Questions?
Devin Osborne
57:43
That was amazing thank you. I’m wondering how PPE burn rates are being evaluated/tracked, and is that communicated across the department incident leads within the hospital?
Mayowa Tiam
58:14
How often do you rotate the health workers between covid and noncovid areas?
Bhakti Hansoti
58:18
Also what resources would be useful for us to share?
Ghulam Qader Qader
59:26
What do you recommend to a resource limited setting where test takes 2-3 days?
Ismail Ticklay
59:35
If there is more staff to staff exposure How are the exposed staff managed.
lucia
01:00:27
Is there a framework for the Incident Command Unit.
Bronwyn Rae
01:01:45
how do you dispose of the discarded PPE?
marcia rollock
01:01:46
Excellent presentation. Thank you!
Dr. Gregora N. Salazar
01:02:03
What are your thoughts on the COVID-19 testing protocol at national level, fon instance, why testing are free on some states and others hospitals/states are charging almost $5000 for testing?
Devin Osborne
01:02:32
Thank you both, I’m working with a group of volunteers at Yale that created a means to assist with tracking. I’ll see if I can find an email and provide the information on it.
Dr. Gregora N. Salazar
01:04:43
As Hopkins Center for Global Health, what are the advice/thoughts for countries such as Latin American physicians who are not using the proper gown material and non-water resistant? Many physicians are dying for this issue
Udit Mohan
01:05:22
1 request: sorry but cannot get the name of the model despite being repeated, please repeat that and 1 question: how critical is the role of frontline workers in a situation where the knowledge about the vector is pretty less initially and in a pandemic how to ensure frontline workers' participation? Trainings? or IEC? or PPE provision? or a combination?
Rahuldeep Singh
01:05:56
Really informative, thank you. Is there any method on ensuring the level of negative pressure or HEPA filtration being maintained?
Angelica Lopez
01:06:48
If tests were limited, should you prioritize testing for healthcare workers?
Anirudh Krishnan
01:06:59
Thank you. Dr Saheed, for a very insightful talk. I'm sorry if I missed this, but do you test every patient that is streamed to the covid areas of the hospital or are they initially streamed based only on symptoms? How do you manage the risk of opportunistic covid-infection of patients sent there?
Udit Mohan
01:07:55
I am from India and by frontline workers I mean the Health Staff apart from Doctors like ASHAs, ANMs; the health workers who are the primary healthcare contact for most of the rural population
Dr. Gregora N. Salazar
01:14:21
Thank you
Anna Kalbarczyk
01:15:15
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lucia
01:15:25
thank you
Mayowa Tiam
01:16:40
Thank you Dr. Mustapha.
Vanessa Espina Romo
01:16:46
Thank you
Dr. Gregora N. Salazar
01:16:51
Very valuable webinar.
Austin Peer
01:17:09
https://www.cerner.com/pages/covid-19/surge-capacity-guide
Ismail Ticklay
01:17:17
Thankyou Saheed you were wonderful