COVID-19 and lasting cardiac injury

“Our manuscript focused on potential mid- and long-term cardiovascular effects among patients who recovered from acute Covid-19 infection,” said lead

Webinar inbound: 6 Months into COVID-19: What Have We Learnt?

Date: 10 September 2020 Time: 18:30 Speaker: Dr Adri Kok Please register for the webinar here. 

South Africans traumatised by Covid-19

Most people experience some degree of distress after a traumatic event, or a period of trauma, in their lives, as

Eosinophil count could be the answer to Covid-19 testing

The importance of accurate testing for Covid-19 cannot be over-emphasised. Early diagnosis of Covid-19 and patient isolation are important for

COVID-19 asymptomatic transmission and reinfection

Newswise’s Thom Canalichio hosted the debate with Dr Rebecca Dutch (Professor and chair of the Department of Molecular and Cellular

Webinar: management of RTIs in the COVID-19 era

Date: Tuesday, 25 August 2020 Time: 19h00 Speaker: Prof Charles Feldman Professor Charles Feldman obtained his MB BCh degree at

Replay available: Is it allergy, COVID-19 or asthma?

Topic: Is it allergy, COVID-19 or asthma? Date: Thursday,  20th August 2020 Time: 19h00 Presenter: Dr Jonathan Peter BIO –

Mental health impact of Covid-19 webinar replay available

Date: Thursday, 18 August 2020 Time: 10h00 Speaker: Dr Eugene Allers Dr Allers completed his MBChB at the University of

SA joins the race for COVID-19 vaccine

THE VACCINE Developed at the Oxford Jenner Institute, the ChAdOx1 nCov-19 the vaccine was made by adding genetic material –

How to interpret PCT at the bedside in COVID-19 patients?

Procalcitonin has long been used as a biomarker for the detection of community-acquired pneumonia and Prof Molnár advocates its use

Asymptomatic transmission? Italian doc sets the record straight

While studies have confirmed the presence of asymptomatic disease transmission as an aspect of SARS-CoV-2‘s disease profile, the unanswered question

Replay available of ‘COVID-19 and obesity’ webinar

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