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In this episode Sam and I talk with Leon Eydelman (@ECMOeydelman) who is an intensivist from Illinois. Dr. Eydelman discusses how his team is currently handling the surge of patients with COVID19.

Discussion topics include:

1.Isolation from an ICU vantage point.

2.Proning vs. ECMO.

3.Antiviral therapy and steroid use.

4.Coinfection and efficacy of azithromycin and antibiotics.

Information is as accurate as 3/22/2020

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