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Covid-19 update: PPE, covid-19 in children, palliative care, perinatal care « Back to Podcasts

In our new weekly podcast, Kieran Walsh, clinical director at BMJ, asks editors from BMJ Best Practice and BMJ Learning to summarise how clinical guidance is changing in response to COVID-19.

Matt Castleden discusses the latest advice on PPE and testing, and also an alert on an acute, atypical presentation of COVID-19 in children.

Abigail Davis summarises advice on palliative care, and on IBD.

And Emma Scott covers guidance on perinatal care.

For more, please see:

BMJ Best Practice’s topic on management of coexisting conditions in the context of COVID-19:

BMJ Best Practice’s topic on covid-19:

BMJ Learning module on COVID-19 rapid guideline on critical care (NICE):…sume-module.html?

Paediatric Intensive Care Society statement: Increased number of reported cases of novel presentation of multisystem inflammatory disease:…on-v2-27042020.pdf

RCPCH position statement: Delayed access to care for children during COVID-19:…onmoduleId=10065100

BMJ Best Practice Palliative Care:

NICE COVID-19 rapid guideline: symptoms management (including end of life care) in the community:

NICE COVID-19 rapid guideline: gastrointestinal and liver conditions treated with drugs that affect the immune response:

RCOG guidelines: Coronavirus (COVID-19) infection and pregnancy:…ronavirus-pregnancy

ACOG guidelines on covid-19:

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