BHRS: Living with COVID - Challenges and Benefits of Changes
Published: 14 May 2020
2m 50sPart 1 Introduction: Living with COVID Francisco Leyva, Mauro Biffi
16m 48sPart 2 Continuing Cardiology: During and after COVID Howard Marshall
20m 15sPart 3 Remote Clinics & Investigations: What Have We Learnt During COVID? Ross Hunter
14m 18sPart 4 BNP and ECG as a Guide to Picking up Significant Valvular Heart Disease Bernard Prendergast
Prof Francisco Leyva and Prof Mauro Biffi introduce this online video series, filmed in partnership with the BHRS. Through a series of 8 videos, they explain how faculty aim to draw parallels on hospital responses during the COVID-19 crisis and assess how treating patients in cardiology has been during this period and how cardiologists will continue to operate in what will be the new ‘normal’.
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Introduction: Living with COVID
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Continuing Cardiology: During and after COVID
Remote Clinics & Investigations: What Have We Learnt During COVID?
BNP and ECG as a Guide to Picking up Significant Valvular Heart Disease
Imaging in the Era of COVID: Who Needs Imaging When Resources Are Limited??
Running a Remote Device Clinic with Cases during and after COVID-19
Opportunities and Challenges with Remote Services during and after COVID-19
Patient Satisfaction With Remote Services During and After COVID-19
Closing Remarks: Living with COVID
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Dr Nik Sabharwal trained in cardiology in London and Oxford, and was appointed Consultant Cardiologist within Oxfordshire in 2009. Dr Sabharwal is part of the Nuclear Cardiology department at Oxford University Hospitals Trust, which tests over 2000 patients per year.