The Clinical Problem Solvers
The Clinical Problem Solvers
The Clinical Problem Solvers
Episode 71 – On COVID-19 – A conversation with Colleagues from Italy Part 1
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Mike Rose, Ryoko Hamaguchi, Reza Manesh and Rabih Geha interview Drs. Ripa and Monti from the IRCCS San Raffaele Hospital

Dr. Marco Ripa

Marco Ripa is a Researcher and Infectious Disease physician working at IRCCS San Raffaele Hospital in Milan. His main research topics are sepsis, bloodstream infections and infective endocarditis. During his specialty training, he worked for one year at the Hospital Clinic in Barcelona with professor Alex Soriano and professor José Maria Miró in the Nosocomial Infections and Cardiovascular Infection Units. He is a member of the ESCMID Study Group for Bloodstream Infections, Endocarditis and Sepsis (ESGBIES). Currently, he is working in the COVID-19 dedicated ward of San Raffaele Hospital.

Dr. Giacomo Monti

Giacomo Monti is a consultant in Anesthesia and Intensive Care working in the general ICU, medical emergency team and emergency operating room of one the most important University Hospital in Italy. He’s actively involved in scientific research on sepsis, invasive and non-invasive ventilation, outcome after surgery, sedation in ICU, and kidney failure. He has been the Principal Investigator for many international collaborative studies. Currently, he’s leading different research projects, thanks to different grants from public and private founders. He’s active in teaching as adjunct professor on different topics both for medical and post graduates students.