Coronaviridae are large, enveloped viruses that get their name from the spike proteins on their envelope, which resemble a halo or crown (corona) on electron microscopy. In December 2019, the newest member of the coronavirus family, SARS-CoV-2, started a worldwide pandemic that has required every healthcare professional to become literate on its clinical presentation, its diagnosis, and the options available for its management.
In this course, the student will be introduced to all the important clinical details of COVID-19, including transmission, pathogenesis, diagnosis, and management.
For optimal comprehension, the student will be required to have preliminary knowledge of molecular and cellular biology, biochemistry, histology, physiology, and virology.
Really love the videos by Proff Elliot, and I love that he explains that concepts are constantly changing but gave us the foundation to build on.
Coronavirus. Relevant topic. Could not have been made available at a better time. Very good job 5 stars. I encourage everyone to listen to all the lectures in this track. Although, more and newer information is made available everyday, this course makes a great foundation for solid knowledge based. I like it very much. 5 Stars.
the material had been given clear easy to understand .Helpful in clinical practice and updated ,which is super impoertant
sorry, my english is not so well, but it is very well here