Since COVID-19 pandemic has stuck the world, doctors and healthcare workers are reeling under pressure, keeping a brave front.
Amidst the crisis, all those who are working closely with the healthcare system are at high exposure risk to the virus and have to sacrifice immensely to protect themselves and their loved ones.
Moreover, there have been several casualties reported due to coronavirus in the healthcare sector.
Dr Aviral Vatsa, palliative medicine, NHS Scotland, shares his experience on fighting in a medical warzone amid the Covid-19 crisis.
Palliative care is specialized medical care for people living with a serious illness.
Dr Vatsa did his PhD in Bone Cell Biology from ACTA-Vrije Universiteit and University van Amsterdam. He completed his MBBS in Karnataka’s Gulbarga city in India. He did his internship from Government Rajindra Hospital, Patiala. His work experience includes couple of years of post doctor, worked with a biotech company, Clinical work in India and Teaching at a University in England.