McMaster Perspective

  • Management of chronic cough

    Management of chronic cough

    Dr Imran Satia, assistant professor in the Division of Respirology at McMaster University and researcher of chronic cough, discusses the practical relevance of the current definitions and management guidelines in chronic cough.

  • COVID-19: Expert Q&A

    COVID-19: Expert Q&A

    Dr Dominik Mertz, associate professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases at McMaster University and medical director of infection prevention and control at Hamilton Health Sciences, describes the current status of the COVID-19 pandemic and answers some of the commonly repeated questions about testing, immunity, and masks.

  • COVID-19: March 20 update. CPGs for critically ill patients

    COVID-19: March 20 update. CPGs for critically ill patients

    Dr Waleed Alhazzani, assistant professor in the Division of Critical Care and chair of Surviving Sepsis guidelines, talks about developing the first living guidelines to address the novel coronavirus epidemic.

  • COVID-19: Past lessons and future predictions. March 10 update

    COVID-19: Past lessons and future predictions. March 10 update

    Dr Mark Loeb, professor in the Department of Pathology and Molecular Medicine and Michael G. DeGroote Chair in Infectious Diseases at McMaster University, reviews the essential terminology for discussing the current COVID-19 situation and draws parallels with flu pandemics.

  • Blood product transfusion in nonbleeding critically ill patients. New CPGs. Part 2

    Blood product transfusion in nonbleeding critically ill patients. New CPGs. Part 2

    Dr Simon Oczkowski, assistant professor in the Department of Medicine at McMaster University, expert in critical care medicine, and author of transfusion CPGs, discusses the new European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM) guidelines on transfusions in the critically ill.

  • COVID-19: Lessons from the past. Part 2

    COVID-19: Lessons from the past. Part 2

    Dr Mark Loeb, professor in the Department of Pathology and Molecular Medicine and Michael G. DeGroote Chair in Infectious Diseases at McMaster University, discusses individual and social protection measures, lessons from the past, and outlooks for the future.

  • COVID-19: Lessons from the past. Part 1

    COVID-19: Lessons from the past. Part 1

    Dr Mark Loeb, professor in the Department of Pathology and Molecular Medicine and Michael G. DeGroote Chair in Infectious Diseases at McMaster University, explores in detail the current epidemiologic situation, treatment predictions, and essential recommendations for health-care personnel.

  • Novel coronavirus. February 25 update

    Novel coronavirus. February 25 update

    Dr Nishma Singhal, associate professor in the Divisions of Infectious Diseases and General Internal Medicine at McMaster University, discusses recent updates on coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).

  • Blood product transfusion in nonbleeding critically ill patients. New CPGs. Part 1

    Blood product transfusion in nonbleeding critically ill patients. New CPGs. Part 1

    Dr Simon Oczkowski, assistant professor in the Department of Medicine at McMaster University, expert in critical care medicine, and author of transfusion CPGs, discusses the new European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM) guidelines on transfusions in the critically ill.

  • Novel coronavirus. February 14 update

    Novel coronavirus. February 14 update

    Dr Nishma Singhal, associate professor in the Divisions of Infectious Diseases and General Internal Medicine at McMaster University, talks about 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19; previously 2019-nCoV) and summarizes what we know so far, including recent definition changes, mortality, and available treatment options.

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