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Non-pandemic severe acute respiratory infection
Remember back to a time 18 months ago when COVID was not a word you were familiar with.
When severe acute respiratory infection (SARI) meant influenza, community acquired pneumonia or perhaps if you were lucky, some really unusual type of pneumonia! We didn’t know about lockdowns, bubbles, flattening the curve or Zoom.
What do we know about SARI incidence and treatment innovations in the last year? How may SARI therapies perhaps change given our pandemic experience? What will the world post-COVID look like in terms of management of SARI and how are we studying this now?