Editorial

A breath of relief: High-flow nasal oxygen in a resource-limited setting

L Kuhn, A Esmail, S Oelofse, K Dheda

Abstract


The COVID-19 pandemic is renowned for the unprecedented burden of patients with hypoxic respiratory failure attending healthcare facilities

Authors' affiliations

L Kuhn, Centre for Lung Infection and Immunity, Division of Pulmonology, Department of Medicine and UCT Lung Institute, University of Cape Town, South Africa

A Esmail, Centre for Lung Infection and Immunity, Division of Pulmonology, Department of Medicine and UCT Lung Institute, University of Cape Town, South Africa

S Oelofse, Centre for Lung Infection and Immunity, Division of Pulmonology, Department of Medicine and UCT Lung Institute, University of Cape Town, South Africa

K Dheda, Centre for Lung Infection and Immunity, Division of Pulmonology, Department of Medicine and UCT Lung Institute, University of Cape Town, South Africa; South African MRC/UCT Centre for the Study of Antimicrobial Resistance, University of Cape Town, South Africa; Faculty of Infectious and Tropical Diseases, Department of Infection Biology, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK

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African Journal of Thoracic and Critical Care Medicine 2022;28(1):3.

Article History

Date submitted: 2022-05-04
Date published: 2022-05-05

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