Could U.S. ICUs Handle 45,000-Bed Coronavirus Load?

09:00 EST 12 Feb 2020 | MedPageToday

]]>(MedPage Today) -- In 2009, I was staffing an intensive care unit where 10 of the first 40 confirmed cases of a novel influenza A (H1N1) ended up as patients in our ICU. Everyone was mechanically ventilated, three ended up on ECMO, or extracorporeal...

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