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Covid (r)Evolution: Episode 10 - Covid-19 and Infectious Diseases

Covid (r)Evolution: Episode 10 - Covid-19 and Infectious Diseases
  • Immunology

Voice of EXCEMED - Covid (r)Evolution: Episode 10 - Emanuele Nicastri on Covid-19 and Infectious Diseases

Professor Emanuele Nicastri, Head of the Infectious and Tropical Disease Unit of the Spallanzani Institute, Rome, discusses the impact of Covid-19 on patients and clinicians in his field.

As a leading Infectious Disease Specialist, Professor Nicastri highlights the ramifications of Covid-19 on the wellbeing of patients, and on doctor-patient modes of communication and interaction. He goes on to detail best practice methods to manage the spread of the Coronavirus outbreak, and gives advice to patients and clinicians on how best to operate in the climate of Covid-19.

This interview series was made possible thanks to the unrestricted donations received by the EXCEMED Foundation.

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The Voice of EXCEMED

The Voice of EXCEMED series exposes Health Care Professionals (HCPs), patients and the general public, to the challenges placed on their health and their healthcare system, and offers practical advice to all. Global Experts from varied medical disciplines share solutions to widely felt issues, as well as those that are distinctive to their field. They will also address the scientific, logistic and healthcare needs that urgently require management.