5 COVID-19 in New York City
6–7 Telemedicine, long-term sequelae
8 Development of a multi-disciplinary ICU team
9–10 Treatment of ARDS, COVID-19 pathogenesis
11–12 Prioritizing treatment at research
13 Challenges in tracing the natural history of severe COVID-19
14–15 Experience with mechanically ventilated patients; non-pulmonary organ failure
16–17 Mapping COVID-19 trajectories by SOFA score
18–20 Findings: additive organ dysfunction, improving vs. worsening trajectory
21 ARDS therapeutic approaches
22 Clinical trials involving Cornell
23–25 Lessons learned: patient care, research, education, caring for critical care workers
26–30 2021 predictions: improved therapies and research, endemic COVID-19, vaccines
31–33 Prioritizing research projects at Cornell
34–38 Explanations for caseload reduction
39–43 Thanks and sign-off
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Ramirez, Julio A.; Niederman, Michael S.; and Schenck, Edward J.
"International Respiratory Infections Society COVID Research Conversations: Podcast 2 with Dr. Michael S. Niederman and Dr. Edward J. Schenck,"
The University of Louisville Journal of Respiratory Infections: Vol. 5
, Article 6.
Available at: https://ir.library.louisville.edu/jri/vol5/iss1/6