How Are Health Care Workers Dealing With The Coronavirus Pandemic?

Nurses review a patient’s history in the intensive care unit, where those with severe respiratory symptoms receive special care.
Nurses review a patient's history in the intensive care unit, where those with severe respiratory symptoms receive special care.
Nurses review a patient’s history in the intensive care unit, where those with severe respiratory symptoms receive special care.
Nurses review a patient's history in the intensive care unit, where those with severe respiratory symptoms receive special care.

How Are Health Care Workers Dealing With The Coronavirus Pandemic?

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Doctors, nurses and other health care workers are on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. As the virus continues to spread, hospitals may become overwhelmed with patients and supply shortages.

Reset checks in with an emergency room doctor at Northwestern University to discuss how health care workers are dealing with the global pandemic.

GUEST: Dr. George Chiampas, emergency room doctor and assistant professor of emergency medicine at Northwestern University’s medical school