There was a report that several people had been sick, and several were transported to hospitals. The next thing we heard was that all of the ambulance crews and firemen who had been involved in the transfer were in quarantine … and it really seemed kind of crazy.
—R. Torrance Andrews, MD, FSIR
Warren Krackov, MD, FSIR, speaks with R. Torrance Andrews, MD, FSIR, a Seattle-based interventional radiologist, about the onset of COVID-19 in that area and the role that interventional radiology continues to play during this global health crisis.
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Note: This episode was recorded on March 30, 2020.
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