A Clear Voice

S1 Ep 1: Prof Martin Birchall on laryngological aspects of COVID-19

May 25, 2020 BLA Connections Season 1 Episode 1
A Clear Voice
S1 Ep 1: Prof Martin Birchall on laryngological aspects of COVID-19
Chapters
2:31
Q1. From your experience what are the features of the COVID-19 infection in the larynx, pharynx and trachea that you have seen that the ENT community and others should be aware of?
9:20
Q2. Please share your experience of the micro-laryngoscopy and bronchoscopy of the patient that you have recently discussed.
14:30
Q3. What are the implications for both the ventilated and non-ventilated patient?
26:06
Take-home message
A Clear Voice
S1 Ep 1: Prof Martin Birchall on laryngological aspects of COVID-19
May 25, 2020 Season 1 Episode 1
BLA Connections

Prof Martin Birchall joins Natalie Watson to record the first-ever episode of BLA Connections during lockdown sharing his insights into the laryngological aspects of COVID-19.

In this Episode

2:31 Question 1. COVID 19 seems to be markedly heterogenous in its clinical presentation ranging from people reporting no symptoms to multi-organ failure. From your experience what are the features of the COVID-19 infection in the larynx, pharynx and trachea that you have seen that the ENT community and others should be aware of?

9:20 Question 2. If you can, please share your experience of the micro-laryngoscopy and bronchoscopy of the patient that you have recently discussed.

14:30  Question 3. What are the implications for both the ventilated and non-ventilated patient?

26:06 Take-home message – ‘We need to work together to collect as much information as possible and share as much information as possible’.

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

Prof Martin Birchall joins Natalie Watson to record the first-ever episode of BLA Connections during lockdown sharing his insights into the laryngological aspects of COVID-19.

In this Episode

2:31 Question 1. COVID 19 seems to be markedly heterogenous in its clinical presentation ranging from people reporting no symptoms to multi-organ failure. From your experience what are the features of the COVID-19 infection in the larynx, pharynx and trachea that you have seen that the ENT community and others should be aware of?

9:20 Question 2. If you can, please share your experience of the micro-laryngoscopy and bronchoscopy of the patient that you have recently discussed.

14:30  Question 3. What are the implications for both the ventilated and non-ventilated patient?

26:06 Take-home message – ‘We need to work together to collect as much information as possible and share as much information as possible’.

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 experience what are the features of the COVID-19 infection in the larynx, pharynx and trachea that you have seen that the ENT community and others should be aware of?
Q2. Please share your experience of the micro-laryngoscopy and bronchoscopy of the patient that you have recently discussed.
Q3. What are the implications for both the ventilated and non-ventilated patient?
Take-home message