Experience in managing patients with coronavirus infection based on the results of the American-Kazakhstan conference.

Abay Baigenzhin 1, Temirlan Karibekov 1, Elmira Chuvakova 1, Saule Kushenova 1, Vladimir Dikolayev 1 * , Ainura Doszhan 1, Askar Kadylbek 1
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1 National Scientific Medical Center, Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan
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J CLIN MED KAZ, Volume 6, Issue 60, pp. 99-100. https://doi.org/10.23950/jcmk/9273
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ABSTRACT

National scientific medical center was able to share experience in the field of treatment strategies and organizational activities of COVID -19 within the framework of the Kazakh-American cooperation, held in the format of the online conference «Сurrent issues of diagnosis and treatment of COVID - 19». It has been concluded that treatment strategy and organization measurements, employed during pandemy were relevant and met all the regulatory standards adopted in the world.

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Baigenzhin A, Karibekov T, Chuvakova E, Kushenova S, Dikolayev V, Doszhan A, et al. Experience in managing patients with coronavirus infection based on the results of the American-Kazakhstan conference.. J Clin Med Kaz. 2020;6(60):99-100. https://doi.org/10.23950/jcmk/9273

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