COVID-19 is a worldwide pandemic causing unprecedented rates of infection and death. Please join Dr. Lindsey Eble in exploring the latest treatment options for COVID-19. This presentation will review the epidemiology of the current SARS-CoV2, viral structure and transmission. Participants will learn the six most studied/talked about treatments for COVID-19 and address the proposed mechanisms of action, limited in-vitro and clinical data, and risk benefits in the use of each therapeutic option.
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- Describe the proposed mechanism of action of drug therapies for COVID-19.
- Compare potential COVID-19 treatment options based on efficacy data, adverse effects and timing.
Lindsey Eble, Pharm.D.
Release Date: Apr 20, 2020
Credit Expiration Date: Apr 20, 2023