Diagnosis and treatment of COVID-19

Prof. Bin Cao (Beijing, China)

Source: Webinar 2020: Diagnosis and treatment of COVID-19
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Marcelo Alcântara Holanda - 13.04.2020 04:02
Excelent presentation

Marcelo Alcântara Holanda - 13.04.2020 04:02
Excelent presentation

Khalid Hassan Ba-Msahell - 08.04.2020 08:39
Very nice lecture

Sami Eldahdouh - 07.04.2020 23:54
what about hydroxchloroquine as prophylactic to healthcare worker by dose 400 mg every week for 3 weeks

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