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Both associations share similar goals and a commitment to collaborate on a variety educational and research initiatives that will allow each to expand its respective programmes and their visibility.
Queremos conocer más al respecto de la PANDEMIA GLOBAL COVID-19. La única manera de poder prevenir futuras emergencias como esta a nivel mundial es desarrollando y apoyando la investigación.
Opening from April 01, 2020
Close on July 15, 2020
wir erleben aktuell eine alarmierende Gesundheitssituation aufgrund der COVID-19 Pandemie, die uns in unseren verschiedenen Ländern einholt und in unsere klinische urologische Versorgung zu Buche schlägt. Die American Confederation of Urology (CAU) hat dies zum Anlass genommen, eine Umfrage mit dem Ziel zu erheben, die Lage Urologischer Kliniken in Zeiten von COVID-19 zu beleuchten.
We are currently experiencing a health alarm situation due to the COVID-19 Pandemic that affects all of our countries and that has greatly impacted daily urological clinical practice, for this reason The American Confederation of Urology (CAU) has motivated this survey with the objective of exploring the situation faced by the Urology departments in the face of the COVID-19 alarm.
With the aim of exploring the “Current Status of Laparscopic and Robotic Surgery in the CAU 2020 field”, this survey has been designed that will allow us to evaluate the potential variables, for the implementation of strategies that promote the development of education and research of this area in the different Ibero-American Urological Centers
Patients with SARS could discharge SARS-CoV in their stool up to 73 days after symptom onset, the stools with the virus became the resource of contamination of airdrops and a variety of environmental surfaces, which may contribute to the clusters of infection
It is reported that the reference event continues with its normal development and organization, has not registered any change
Prof. Peter Petros, Australia