It is clear to all of us now that although the lockdown is helping to flatten the curve in India, we will continue to witness a surge of Covid 19 positive cases at all locations over the coming days/weeks. There is a strong necessity for us to be “prepared”.
For a campus-based academic/research institute, what does “preparedness” mean – making adequate arrangement for ‘General Advisory’, ‘Quarantine’, ‘Isolation’ and ‘Treatment of positive patients’.More Info
This is for use by a non-healthcare worker
This guidance document has been prepared to establish an isolation facility at the hospital, a secondary health care facility.
This document deals with the subject of making arrangement of adequate availability of Oxygen for patients.
This document deals with appropriate use of PPE.
This document is intended for clinicians taking care of hospitalised adult and paediatric patients of COVID–19.
The medical infrastructure in the country needs to be prepared for any possible influx of patients on account of COVID-19.
This document deals with protocol for cleaning all clinical and non-clinical areas and other objects that an HCW will come in contact with at a clinical facility.
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