Dr. Daniel Cameron: Inside Lyme Podcast
COVID-19 Podcast: Transmission from patient to health care worker.
Dr. Cameron feels that the best way to get to know COVID-19 is through reviewing actual cases. In this Podcast episode, he will discuss the risk for patient to health care worker and patient-to-patient transmission of CVID-19
Wang and colleagues first discussed this case in the journal JAMA in 2020. The authors 138 Hospitalized Patients WithCOVID-19 infected Pneumonia in Wuhan, China
You may be wondering why I am discussing COVID-19 during an Inside Lyme podcast. First, I am concerned for my children and grandchildren. Second, I am concerned about my Lyme disease patients. Lastly, I need to understand the disease.
Forty hospitalized health care workers were presumed to have been infected in the hospital. Ten of the health care workers contracted COVID-19 from a single patient.
The authors also described patient-to-patient transmission. The authors traced the transmission from one patient to three others.
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Dr. Cameron is a Lyme disease expert and the author “Inside Lyme: An expert's guide to the science of Lyme disease.” He has been treating adolescents and adults for more than 30 years.
Please remember that the advice given is general and not intended as specific advice as to any particular patient. If you require specific advice, then please seek that advice from an experienced professional.