A Clear Voice

S1 Ep 2: Yakubu Karagama on further lessons learned from COVID-19 and the next steps on managing surgical services

June 01, 2020 BLA Connections Season 1 Episode 2
A Clear Voice
S1 Ep 2: Yakubu Karagama on further lessons learned from COVID-19 and the next steps on managing surgical services
Chapters
3:05
Q1. From your observations, what practical measures would you suggest to minimise long-term sequelae of laryngotracheal Covid-19?
6:32
Q2. Are there any guidelines or information sheets you would recommend for our patients post-intubation and post laryngitis?
8:05
Q3. What follow-up would you recommend for COVID patients who have been intubated or who have had laryngotracheal involvement with their COVID infection?
10:40
Q4. How do you envisage us moving forward with the recovery of surgical services from Covid-19?
16:08
Take-home messages
A Clear Voice
S1 Ep 2: Yakubu Karagama on further lessons learned from COVID-19 and the next steps on managing surgical services
Jun 01, 2020 Season 1 Episode 2
BLA Connections

Yakubu Karagama chats with Natalie Watson on further lessons to learn and insights from treating patients with Covid-19 and the next steps we need to adopt to restart surgical services.

In this episode

3:05 Question 1. From your observations, what practical measures would you suggest to minimise long-term sequelae of laryngotracheal Covid-19?

6:32 Question 2. Are there any guidelines or information sheets you would recommend for our patients post-intubation and post laryngitis?

8:04 Question 3. What follow-up would you recommend for COVID patients who have been intubated or who have had laryngotracheal involvement with their COVID infection?

10:40 Question 4. How do you envisage us moving forward with the recovery of surgical services from Covid-19

16:08 Take-Home Messages ‘Do not rush back without adequate planning…’

Contact Information
Visit www.britishlaryngological.org or download BLA Connect from your app store for further information and details on becoming a BLA member.

Email: [email protected] for any questions or topic suggestions you may have for future episodes.

This show is brought to you by the BLA, you can follow us on  Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin and Instagram hosted by Natalie Watson @surgeonsinger produced and directed by Heather Pownall of Heather's Media Hub Ltd and Post-Production by Steven Perrie-Clyde of After 12 Media @After12Media

Show Notes Chapter Markers

Yakubu Karagama chats with Natalie Watson on further lessons to learn and insights from treating patients with Covid-19 and the next steps we need to adopt to restart surgical services.

In this episode

3:05 Question 1. From your observations, what practical measures would you suggest to minimise long-term sequelae of laryngotracheal Covid-19?

6:32 Question 2. Are there any guidelines or information sheets you would recommend for our patients post-intubation and post laryngitis?

8:04 Question 3. What follow-up would you recommend for COVID patients who have been intubated or who have had laryngotracheal involvement with their COVID infection?

10:40 Question 4. How do you envisage us moving forward with the recovery of surgical services from Covid-19

16:08 Take-Home Messages ‘Do not rush back without adequate planning…’

Contact Information
Visit www.britishlaryngological.org or download BLA Connect from your app store for further information and details on becoming a BLA member.

Email: [email protected] for any questions or topic suggestions you may have for future episodes.

This show is brought to you by the BLA, you can follow us on  Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin and Instagram hosted by Natalie Watson @surgeonsinger produced and directed by Heather Pownall of Heather's Media Hub Ltd and Post-Production by Steven Perrie-Clyde of After 12 Media @After12Media

Q1. From your observations, what practical measures would you suggest to minimise long-term sequelae of laryngotracheal Covid-19?
Q2. Are there any guidelines or information sheets you would recommend for our patients post-intubation and post laryngitis?
Q3. What follow-up would you recommend for COVID patients who have been intubated or who have had laryngotracheal involvement with their COVID infection?
Q4. How do you envisage us moving forward with the recovery of surgical services from Covid-19?
Take-home messages