Department of Neurosurgery, Al-Sadir Medical City, Najaf, Iraq
*Corresponding Author: Abbas Alnaji, Department of Neurosurgery, Al-Sadir Medical City, Najaf, Iraq.
Received: November 15, 2020; Published: December 10, 2020
Much and a lot we heard about what Covid-19 had did in man/kind and his affairs over the last several months as an pandemic. Still a lot should be said in spite of the coordination of the globe efforts against the tiniest creature. A lot should be said not done! Why? Simply because as ones say our effeorts that basided on the current knowledge is as a humble wooden ship with torn sails thrown right and left by the angry sea waves on the earth of reality. For that, I will say my word as being invited by this respected journal in a time I kept standing a side after failed initial start up to present my work to overcome the need for ventilator machines shortage, this shortage both quantitative in numbers needed and qualitative when the lung destroyed and no more act as a vital ring in delivery of oxygen to the tissues. Another failure, was the loss of knowledge transfer defect between me as a researcher and the official people in the field both in scientific and decision matters. Let us come back to what should be said.
Citation: Abbas Alnaji. “The Role of Intracellular Bacteria in COVID-19 Pathogenesis". Acta Scientific Neurology 4.1 (2021): 02-03.
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