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Lung ultrasound in a Singapore COVID-19 intensive care unit patient and a review of its potential clinical utility in pandemic

Background On 31 December 2019, China informed the World Health Organization (WHO) of a novel viral pneumonia in the city of Wuhan (Hubei). The WHO declared the COVID-19 outbreak a public health emergency of international concern (PHEIC) on 30 January 2020. Subsequently, on 12 March 2020, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic(1). Point-of-care lung ultrasound is performed at the patient’s bedside, and offers the trained clinician a rapid imaging adjunct to the chest X-ray

Wee Ming Peh, Steffi Kang Ting Chan, Yi Lin Lee, Pravin Shivaji Gare, Vui Kian Ho

Journal of Ultrasonography , ISSUE 81, e154–e158


At Home Marooned by COVID-19 - March, April and May 2020

Rod Shearing

South Australian Geographical Journal , ISSUE 1, 1–2


Reflection on the “sense of home” and belonging during COVID-19

a specific geographic location where we live or have lived. Yet people’s individual sense of home is not straightforward as it may be experienced as a physical structure, a geographical location but also as an emotional space (Seiden, 2009). During the COVID-19 outbreak, the concept of “home” came to the surface when citizenship suddenly defined people’s experience of belonging. Citizenship determined which rules and regulations applied, where people were able to go and their eligibility to

Vera Storp

South Australian Geographical Journal , ISSUE 1, 1–2


Pandemics and the neurological manifestations of viral respiratory illnesses including Covid-19.

Christie, Vicki and Dawn raise some really valid and pertinent thoughts and as I reflect on their guest editorial in our current Global crisis, the nexus between my two own areas of specialty becomes increasingly pellucid. After leaving clinical neuroscience practice for academia, immunisation and public health intervention is the mainstay of my clinical practice. Preventative health care measures have never been so imperative. From hand hygiene, cough etiquette and the elusive Covid-19 (SARS

Australasian Journal of Neuroscience , ISSUE 1, 4–6

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