We looked inside some of the tweets by @CredeAndreas and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
We are well and truly screwed. No social distancing, no policing, no respect #COVIDIOTS
If Dominic Cummings isn't gone by the end of today, @BorisJohnson is insulting every grieving relative I have had to call to explain why they can't visit their dying loved one in hospital. Every distraught family member not at a funeral. Every frontline carer risking their life.
@telocker @mrwiffo @K_Ifti @rboamx @bpcooper36 @thecoopatron @chrisconnolly83 @tombircher @casualtysrus @DrSusieC @bagsomepeaks @CredeAndreas @squires_justin @BenBloryman @SKeepCalm @life1scott @sim1889UTB @VickyEnglish90 @jezzaxt @Conor_Kebab @RickiMarie7 @HeatherBecks Oh my strong praise indeed for @mrwiffo again as said earlier we have the best A&C team eva!!!
So as numbers of patients attending EDs rise it will become apparent how broken parts of the urgent/emergency care system were, and how we urgently need change. Capacity now further reduced and it is unthinkable to pack patients into crowded EDs. @RCollEM
5/5. Decisions can be clearly documented if the Protection / Respect / Justice framework is used. Disclaimer: The thread is just my way of thinking, it has no more authority than this. With thanks to my teacher and friend Prof Len Doyal (errors mine not his!). https://t.co/Z23pISLDOz
4/5. Following prehospital ROSC there is an evaluation of the risks and benefits of continuing treatment. https://t.co/pFNoRbgo8U
3/5. In a patient who arrives in the ED still in cardiac arrest following failure of pre-hospital treatment, normal decision making is followed (but I would argue that this should be done in the back of the ambulance rather than in the ED). https://t.co/kHSBeTsoV9
2/5. End of life care has received media publicity as if we are doing something different in Covid-19, in fact we should be using exactly our normal approach. https://t.co/E3SWAWq9PN
1/5. I was asked for advice on how Covid-19 changed the ethics of our approach to ED decision making - my answer was that it did not. The guiding principles remain exactly the same. Practical examples in the thread. https://t.co/MvloV7Pudt