COVID-19 Chest X-Ray interpretation

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Chest X-Ray is the first line imaging investigation in the diagnosis and management of patients presenting with COVID-19  symptoms. In addition to aiding diagnosis, imaging is also used to assess disease severity and monitor disease progression. 

This e-learning package uses real-life cases to train healthcare staff need to be able to recognise the radiographic features of COVID-19 infection and differentiate it from other acute pathologies such as bacterial pneumonia, pneumothorax and heart failure.

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Contributed by: Sarim Ather
Authored by: Sarim Ather, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Fergus Gleeson, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Rachel Benamore, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
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Last updated: 15 June 2020
First contributed: 15 June 2020
Audience access level: Full user


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