A-Z Resources Relating to COVID-19
Aatish Logarithmic Trajectory of COVID-19 – Based on numbers/data from John Hopkins this excellent site, a collab between minutephysics and Aatish, lets you pick metrics and countries to view exponential trends.
CDC – Center for Disease Control and Prevention main site regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.
Critical Care North Hampton One-Stop Resource – Collection of COVID-19 summaries and COVID-19 links/material.
Ethics [SWE]: “National Principles for Prioritization in Intensive Care Under Extraordinary Circumstances.” – by The National Board of Health and Welfare (Socialstyrelsen) made in March 2020.
FHM [SWE] – Folkhälsomyndigheten (the Public Health Agency of Sweden) main page about COVID with links to the latest number of cases in Sweden, the latest recommendations to swedish health care staff and clinics, and more.
Harvard/Boston symposium on Covid 19 – Symposium recorded 2020-03-12, a concise 1.5 hour summary from the medical community with slides included.
John Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center – Global COVID-19 numbers updated daily.
POCUS [SWE]: Swedish Powerpoint on POCUS & COVID-19 – Made by Áron Kerényi at Karolinska Children’s Hospital
POCUS: The Pocus Atlas & COVID-19 – Great examples of lung ultrasound from patients with COVID-19 pneumonia
Projections on COVID-19 Spread Rate Country by Country – Made by The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME)
Radiopaedia – Radiology features of COVID-19 patients.
STAIRS [SWE] – ST in Anaesthesia and Intensive caRe medicine in Stockholm, has a lot of useful COVID-19 material linked on their top menu, like guidelines for ventilation, pharmacology, and cardiac arrest. They also have a collection of links/articles, lectures on ARDS/ventilation, and POCUS material with focus on lungs & COVID-19.
Treatment Tracker – The Milken Institute recently released a detailed tracker to monitor the progress of each of the more than 60 known COVID-19 treatments and preventions currently in development.
UpToDate – Their Covid-19 page is open access and contains the latest evidence-based information.
World Health Organization – Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Pandemic.
The main WHO-site for all things concerning Covid-19.