Representatives from five Asian countries shared local experiences and current protocols for pharmacotherapy in treating patients with COVID-19 at a recent Asian Young Pharmacists' Group (AYPG) webinar.
The coronavirus has been spreading at a frantic pace, isolating families and snuffing out lives. As hunger and emotional contagion grip the nations, the hope of a containment also dims. No one has seen this enemy coming – the world has underestimated COVID-19.
Assoc Prof Philip Eng, senior consultant respiratory physician at Mt Elizabeth Hospital in Singapore, shares his insights with Pearl Toh on diagnosing and managing pneumonia in the primary care setting.
Dr Michael Lim, a senior consultant at the Paediatric Pulmonary and Sleep Division, National University Hospital, Singapore, speaks to Roshini Claire Anthony on the rare disease that is cystic fibrosis.
Dr Ong Kian Chung, a respiratory specialist at the KC Ong Chest & Medical Clinic, Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre, Singapore spoke on the evils of tobacco use and how clinicians can help in smoking cessation.
Dr Indumathi Venkatachalam, a consultant at the Department of Infectious Diseases, Singapore General Hospital, speaks to Roshini Claire Anthony on how GPs can help ensure early detection of tuberculosis (TB).
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Although a majority of patients can achieve good asthma control with the use of inhaled corticosteroid (ICS) and bronchodilators, some patients’ asthma remain uncontrolled despite the use of these medications.
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Patients hospitalized with COVID-19 are more likely to die or have critical illness if they also have a stroke during hospitalization, according to a large dataset from the COVID-19 CVD Registry launched by AHA.
Patients hospitalized with COVID-19 fare worse when they also have hyperglycaemia on admission, regardless of diabetes status — indicating that hyperglycaemia is a better predictor of severe outcomes from COVID-19 than diabetes, according to a study presented at the 2021 ENDO Meeting.