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Pediatric and neonatal severe COVID-19 cases : The update​

Join our online event featuring Prof Daniele de Luca - October 29, 2020

online October 29, 2020

Right now, we, at Getinge, are doing our utmost to support the courageous clinicians around the world, in their fight against the global pandemic, COVID-19. Therefore, we are proud to invite you to our next COVID-19 case presentations series webinar which will be hosted by Prof Daniele de Liuca on October 29.

COVID-19 cannot be considered as an adult-only disease. Pediatric and neonatal severe forms are rare but may happen. Due to their rarity and complex physiopathology, the pediatric cases of Covid-19 are often challenging and difficult to cure. Prof de Luca will share with us his experience and findings on Pediartic and Neonatal Severe Covid-19 to allow us to have a better understanding on how we can tackle the disease on pediatric and neonatal cases. 

Time: 08:00am Eastern Daylight Time (New York, GMT +04:00) - 14:00pm Central European Time (Berlin, GMT + 02:00) - 13:00pm British Time (London, GMT +01:00)

Duration: 90 minutes

Speaker: Prof Daniele de Luca - Head of the Pediatric Division, Transportation and Neonatal Critical Care at the APHP, Paris Saclay University Hospitals

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Date: October 29, 2020
City: online

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Date:
October 29, 2020 - 14.00 CET

Duration: 90 minutes

Speaker: Dr. Daniele De Luca MD, PhD
Head of the Pediatric Division, Transportation and Neonatal Critical Care at the APHP, Paris Saclay University Hospitals - Medical Center “Antoine Béclère”. He is an Associate Professor of Neonatology at Paris South Medical School. He is a member of Paris Saclay University Research Team INSERM Unit U999, Physiopathology and Therapeutic Innovation

Moderators: Dr. Mark Konrad/Chief Medical Officer, Acute Care Therapies and Dr. Miray Kärnekull/Medical Affairs Director Head of Medical Affairs Product Area Critical Care at Getinge

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Getinge COVID-19 Resource Center

COVID-19 Resource Center

Right now, we at Getinge are doing our utmost to support the courageous clinicians around the world, in their fight against the global pandemic, COVID-19.