Covid-19: five questions on the use of midazolam and Rivotril in nursing homes

The France 3 magazine “Pièces à conviction” devoted its last issue on Wednesday November 18 to the situation of nursing homes particularly affected by the Covid-19 epidemic. In a short …

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“The Covid is a sneaky animal”

In this second wave of Covid, some, influenced by the doubt entertained by deniers (there is no rebound, deaths are falsely labeled Covid …) still ask the question of the …

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Cured Covid-19: “As if you were touching your marrow with a trowel”

They drooled. Sweat. Coughed. Sometimes kept a log of their symptoms. They managed their fear or considered making a will. But they survived. With or without antibiotics. With or without …

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“Never in our resuscitation department we had received 34 patients with the same symptoms”

D-18. The patient in room 172 has been fighting the Covid-19 for the last eighteen days. Intubated and ventilated, the man is 52 years old. Several probes gravitate around his …

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Caregivers: “I think Covid, I eat Covid, I sleep Covid”

They evoke a “enemy”. Sometimes see themselves as “Infantrymen”. They have much more “Fear for others” that they do not fear falling ill, without playing the heroes: “This is our …

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Against Covid-19, MPs to reinforce caregivers

When the night service gives them some respite, the nurses at Besançon hospital confide in this colleague who has come for a few days. And to the member too. Emmanuelle …

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Coronavirus: caregivers “head in hand”

For three days now, around 8 p.m., the confined French have been applauding them from their windows. These thanks and encouragement, to say the least welcome, undoubtedly put a balm …

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Coronavirus: why France only tests severe cases

Test or not test? Faced with the spread of the coronavirus epidemic, the question becomes more and more of a dilemma. Is France able to test all patients who fear …

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