Watch a replay of Medical Chronicle’s ADHD webinar

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Replay available of ‘Overview of SARS-CoV-2’ webinar

The webinar was done in partnership with Dr. Reddy’s. To watch the replay click here. Furthermore, the slides used in

Cipla to bring remdesivir to SA

This authorisation for emergency use was granted by the FDA on the basis that SARS-CoV-2 can cause a serious or

From confusion to ‘COVID toes’

Dr Choi says: “Confusion in elderly people is something that we see often, especially when someone is admitted to the

COVID-19: Is herd immunity a strategy for SA?

Professor Ismail Kalla, in Pulmonology in Internal Medicine, and Professor Abdullah Laher in Emergency Medicine in the School of Clinical

Wearable devices as early warning for COVID-19

Although the average is five to six days, it can take up to 14 days before symptom onset. To better

COVID-19 and inflammatory bowel disease webinar

Covid-19 and IBD – Prof Reidwaan Ally from Conrad Strydom PROF REID ALLY Prof Reid Ally graduated from the University

Private hospital groups at mercy of COVID-19

“Initially, there was a view that increased cases of COVID-19 infected patients would result in more admissions into hospitals, possibly

Overview of SARS-CoV-2 webinar

In proud partnership with Dr. Reddy’s, we bring you: Topic: Overview of SARS-CoV-2 Presenter: Prof Reid Ally Date: Thursday 25 June Time: 10am

Management of COVID-19 webinar

In proud partnership with ThermoFisher Scientific, we bring you: Topic: Management of COVID-19 Presenter: Italian-based Professor Carlo Tascini Date: Tuesday 23 June

Over 20% of hospitalised COVID-19 patients have diabetes

“This manuscript provides guidance for healthcare providers caring for patients hospitalised for COVID-19 who also have a prior history of

Properly managed, HIV patients not at increased risk from COVID-19

However, HIV clinician, Dr Kairoonisha “Kay” Mahomed, who runs an HIV clinic at Netcare Garden City Hospital in Johannesburg, says