2020 - A Year in Review

January 11, 2021 00:43:58
2020 - A Year in Review
Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine
2020 - A Year in Review
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Show Notes

To say that 2020 has been a challenging year would be a gross understatement.  The courage and determination that all healthcare providers have shown in confronting the COVID-19 pandemic has been nothing short of inspirational.  In addition to the thousands of COVID-19 patients, we have also needed to manage many other critical illness conditions that have presented to our various settings.  In this annual podcast, we review key articles published in 2020 on various aspects of select critical conditions.

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