November 23, 2020
At first, medical teams thought they were dealing solely with a severe respiratory infection. They in turn put many patients on ventilators, hoping it could buy them time to fight off the illness while supporting their oxygen levels.
“We thought it was just a ventilation problem,” said Mark Rosenberg, the chair of emergency medicine at St. Joseph’s Health in New Jersey and president of the American College of Emergency Physicians.
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