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Anaemia and thrombosis in COVID patients

The global healthcare community recently came together to discuss the latest findings from the Coronavirus pandemic on COVID-19’s effect on haemoglobin and oxygen carrying capacity, as well as coagulation and thrombosis management.

The global healthcare community recently came together to discuss the latest findings from the Coronavirus pandemic – through a new experience delivered entirely online, Omnia Health Live. COVID-19’s effect on haemoglobin and oxygen carrying capacity, as well as coagulation and thrombosis management, were among the many areas of investigation. Louise Frampton reports.

The Coronavirus pandemic dominated discussion at Omnia Health Live, with experts across the world sharing the latest findings on COVID-19 – from optimum management of patients, developments in diagnostics, and the impact of low quality PPE, to the key role of digital technologies and telehealth in keeping both patients and staff safe during these unprecedented times

Dr. Tedros, the Director-General at the World Health Organization, gave a powerful address on the global impact of the ‘defining health crisis of our time’, pointing out that the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted health systems, societies, businesses and economies

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