India’s Top Doctors On Covid-19 Second Wave

When does a patient need oxygen? How effective is Remdesivir? Two of India's top doctors, Dr. Randeep Guleria and Dr. Naresh Trehan, answered some important questions about the current wave of Covid-19.

22/04/2021 3:08 PMupdated: 22/04/2021 3:09 PM
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  • Pavan C.
    23/07/2021 14:25

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  • Shivali G.
    23/05/2021 06:52

    People who can't understand English Hindi version also to be made. All the videos which I can see are in English. Mass population is Hindi. Do check that

  • Shanu M.
    02/05/2021 18:48

    boss Rajat Joon boss

  • Faizal M.
    29/04/2021 08:31

    Both are intelligent and competent doctors. Why authorities did not heed to their opinions?

  • Meera P.
    28/04/2021 17:17

    How could the poor people detect their spo2 level??? By the time they reach somewhere to check it they might be nearly collapse stage....Also by the time they get some bed there oxygenation might be critically low.. So get an oxygen cylinder and use it might be the only option for them. Some who need more than that will die without getting advanced options on time..

  • Wahie K.
    27/04/2021 15:19

    Sir. One important point. Those who gone to Vedanta Hospital for Admission and Treatment. Are passed / Died. I have number of cases. Never go to Vedanta. Death is confirmed. Boycott medanta

  • Ronald C.
    27/04/2021 13:29

    All facets vital: vaccination, limit spread, in hospital care New Fourth Edition

  • Ranjeet S.
    27/04/2021 10:40

    Brilliantly Summed Up

  • Arslan A.
    26/04/2021 06:45

    watch at 4 40

  • Raja K.
    26/04/2021 06:44

    Who said he is a top dr. He is specialist in heart surgery....not a virologist

  • Anitha R.
    26/04/2021 05:41

    Hi doctor Really appreciate your hardwork. Your videos are informative very nicely explained....Thk u

  • Tanya N.
    26/04/2021 05:20

    papa dekhlo

  • Ankit D.
    26/04/2021 02:40

    PPL r hoarding bcoz PPL know the health care system n absent administration whose priority is election not public health

  • Parithevar V.
    25/04/2021 15:10


  • Sayak D.
    25/04/2021 15:07

    This country can’t be saved, no matter whatever the govt does to help. People are buying oxygen cylinders like they buy rice. Just because you have money, don’t hoard.

  • Shafqat R.
    25/04/2021 13:35

    point 1

  • Andrei M.
    25/04/2021 13:14

    tignan mooo

  • Nam K.
    25/04/2021 13:04

    Blame goverment modi👎

  • Adrija R.
    25/04/2021 12:59

    Is it just the government? What about the mass gatherings, not wearing masks, not maintaining social distancing, attending parties, weddings and festivals? Have WE learnt anything from the other countries? Just blaming the government won't bring the solutions. I've worn masks continuously for more than a year whenever, I've had contact with an outsider, washed my hands frequently and carried sanitizer, and urged my family to do the same and from my personal experience I've SEEN IT WORK! However, it frustrates me when I see, COUNTLESS of people outside, NONE of them wearing masks or NOT maintaining ANY protocols which the government as well as the doctors have been REPEATEDLY telling us. Now, we're just blaming the government because we don't want to take any responsibilities for our actions. We need to change EXACTLY this kind of mentality. Had we followed all the guidelines, Covid wouldn't have been so severe in the first place and so had not been the requirement of Oxygen. Vaccines are already being given and after vaccinating the entire population, we could've EASILY flatten this curve.

  • Mausumi R.
    25/04/2021 12:59

    Very helpful

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