Webinar #54 “COVID sa Pamilya: Hindi pala Ligtas ang Malusog at Nakababata”

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The University of the Philippines in partnership with
UP Manila NIH National Telehealth Center and in cooperation with
UP Philippine General Hospital
would like to invite you to join the Fight Against COVID-19!

Registration slots are limited to this VIRTUAL GRAND ROUNDS of
the STOP COVID DEATHS Webinar Series, so sign up NOW:

Webinar #54
"COVID sa Pamilya: Hindi pala Ligtas ang Malusog at Nakababata"
May 28, 2021 (Friday) 12nn

Dr. Grace Astudillo
Fellow in Training, Division of Infectious Diseases
UP Philippine General Hospital

Dr. Ralph Elvi Villalobos
Consultant, Division of Pulmonary Medicine
UP Philippine General Hospital

Dr. Anna Guia O. Limpoco
Philippine Academy of Family Physicians

Opening Remarks:
Dr. Stella Marie L. Jose
Deputy Director for Health Operations
Philippine General Hospital

Closing Remarks:
Dr. Charlotte M. Chiong
Dean, UP College of Medicine


Webinar #54
May 28, 2021
“COVID sa Pamilya: Hindi pala Ligtas ang Malusog at Nakababata”
Virtual Grand Rounds

As the COVID pandemic continues to rage, entire families are experiencing multiple infections. Nowadays there are reports of young adults developing moderate or severe COVID, when previously it was believed that it is mostly older persons and individuals with pre-existing disease who developed moderate and severe COVID.

At the STOP COVID DEATHS webinar on May 28, Dr. Grace Astudillo, fellow in training for infectious diseases at the Philippine General Hospital, presents the case of a 36 year old healthy male, who is infected with SARSCov2 and developed severe COVID within 28 days of the positive test result. Pulmonologist Dr. Ralph Villalobos will discuss case management, and a reaction from Dr. Anna Guia Limpoco, Board Member of the Philippine Academy of Family Physicians gives a perspective on COVID-19 management and advise for mixed and intergenerational households in the Philippines.

This case underscores the critical importance of vaccination as a measure to prevent household exposures, because it is not only seniors and persons with pre-existing illness who could become severely ill due to COVID-19.

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