Muriel Fartoukh is head of the resuscitation service at Tenon hospital in the XXe district of Paris. Today, his team is enjoying some respite, with 17 beds occupied by Covid-19 patients compared to 42 at the height of the crisis. A breath of fresh air that does not prevent him from remaining extremely vigilant. “Things are not finished, lhe hypotheses of resumption of the epidemic exist“, She warns. How did she live these extraordinary weeks in intensive care? Have his practices been turned upside down? Have the fundamental principles of his discipline been sometimes denied or reworked? For Release, Muriel Fartoukh returns to his experience at the heart of resuscitation, a specialty overexposed during this crisis but obscure until then. “It is always a little since there are still preconceptions about our exact role», Immediately specifies the head of service.
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