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Management details when Covid-19 attacks the world leader

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    Management details  when Covid-19 attacks the world leader A lot of world leaders have now contracted Covid-19 pandemic. The list includes, United Kingdom prime minister , Boris Johnson, Prince of Wales, Charles, EU Chief Negotiator Michele Barnier, Jair Bolsjair  of   Brazil, Monaco reigning monarch  Prince Albert,  and Hondura s  President Juan Orlando Hern├índez  . Boris Johnson contracted it in late March 2020, and he went through a grim life and death situation. He was about to be transferred to the Intensive Care Unit( ICU). American president Donald Trump revealed that he was Covid-19 positive through a twitter message on early morning 2 nd  October 2020.   Trump is a maverick who disregarded the pandemic, laughed it off and urged the Americans to treat it as the flu on many occasions. He made fun of journalists and others who wear face masks and mocked Biden ,  the D emocratic Party presidential candidate in the debate on wearing the mask all the time.   In May 2020 he was p

Foreign Shady Tycoons Making London Their Home

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  Foreign Shady Tycoons Making London Their Home   When it comes to reputation, Britain ranks the first in the league of countries known for trust, fairness, rule of law and compassion. As a child living in India , I always had high admiration for England, because of their tenacity, perseverance, resolve and sacrifice to set up East India Company and then build an empire on which the sun never sets. The empire had establishments in Asia, Africa, Europe, America, and numerous islands across the world. This helped to unite most of the countries of the world through English language. Whilst working in Nigeria, I was doing a lot of surgical operations. Then I thought of moving to this great country to pursue my career by taking fellowship in surgery. When I arrived in the UK in 1981, things were not as rosy, as I thought. I had huge difficulty in getting jobs in surgical specialities mainly because the jobs were reserved for the professor’s acquaintances and cronies, but advertised in Bri

Working Of The Coronavirus Intensive Care Unit

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  Working Of The Coronavirus  Intensive Care Unit   The first time I heard about the word ‘Intensive Care Unit’ was when I was about 15 years of age. One of my friends informed me that he had to rush to the ICU as his brother was admitted in the ICU of Jubilee Mission Hospital, Thrissur, India. His bother developed coma after continuous vomiting on drinking alcohol. At that time he was being treated for alcoholism with Disulfiram (Antabuse) medication. After a week, the ICU doctors thought his brain was dead, and suspended all life support. From then on I was keen to know more about the patients in the ICU. I worked in cardiac surgery in Cardiac Centre at Cottingham, Yorkshire where 3-4 open heart operations were done daily. There I was a doctor in charge of the ICU, looking after post operative cardiac patients. Sometimes after the extubation(removal of endotracheal tube), patients cannot retain blood oxygen level, and then I need to intubate again and re-introduce an endotracheal tub

All About Current Tests For Coronavirus

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  All About Current Tests For Coronavirus     Currently the government is facing massive pressure on lack of facility for coronavirus testing. Distressingly, the ‘R’ has climbed from 0.8 one month back to 1.4 today.The health secretary , Matt Hancock on a TV interview today (18 th  September 2020) put that the testing will be massively ramped up by the end of October 2020. He also commented that some of the people  not  strictly adhering to the basic preventative methods like social distancing, wearing face masks in enclosed areas and washing hands with soap and water scrupulously resulted in their seeking for Covid-19 test. In the parliament, Jacob Rees Mogg dismissed testing shambles and wanted to stop ‘endless carping’ over the test availability. The research shows that a lot of people repeatedly take tests because they do not strictly adhere to regulations. At the same time the authority in charge of the testing should have foreseen the spurt of infection on school reopening and on