Hartford Healthcare officials talk innovative uses for ventilators to help more patients, plus facts/myths surrounding COVID-19


HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Health experts from Hartford Healthcare spoke with News 8 Tuesday about facts and myths regarding COVID-19 and their new, innovative method to use one ventilator to breath for two patients at the same time.

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Dr. James Cardon Chief Clinical Integration Officer and Cardiologist at Hartford Healthcare talks about the status and importance of their health-workers’ personal protective equipment, ventilators, and a new, innovative way they are using one ventilator to breath for two patients.

See full interview with Dr. James Cardon in the video below:

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COVID-19: KNOW THE FACTS: Infectious Disease Consultant for Hospital of Central CT, Dr. Henry Anyimadu, talks social-distancing measures, peak infection period, data around age range effected by coronavirus, and more in the video below.

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