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Maximize overlap to reduce the spreading of infection in domiciliary care for older people. Evaluated the impact of domiciliary care worker's working patterns on the spread of the virus using the mathematical model.
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Title How can risk of COVID-19 transmission be minimised in domiciliary care for older people: development, parameterisation and initial results of a simple mathematical model
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Date of Entry 2021 Jun 14


Initiate preventive actions and training programs to reduce the risk of exposure of staff. Collect evidence and formulate guidelines for the management of infants.
33656224
(Pediatr Int)
PMID
33656224
Date of Publishing: 2021 Mar 3
Title Management of infants born to mothers with suspected or confirmed SARS-CoV-2 infection in the delivery room: A tentative proposal 2020
Author(s) nameHosono S, Isayama T et al.
Journal Pediatr Int
Impact factor
2.1
Citation count: 1


Support healthcare workers at high risk for their wellbeing and better patient care. Initiate specific measures such as remote training and development, individualized plan, and risk assessment.
33709261
(Can J Anaesth)
PMID
33709261
Date of Publishing: 2021 Mar 11
Title Supporting vulnerable physicians at high risk from COVID-19 during the pandemic: a call for action
Author(s) name Singh M, McKeen D.
Journal Can J Anaesth
Impact factor
3.28
Citation count: 1


Close contact with patients induces psychological stress in staff which regulates the immune response through hormones. Divide participants into two groups: stress group for staff in contact with COVID-19 patients and control group for healthcare workers not in contact with COVID-19 patients. Record and analyze the test data before and after providing medical support.
33618296
(Int Immunopharmacol)
PMID
33618296
Date of Publishing: 2021 Feb 16
Title Immune response of frontline medical workers providing medical support for Wuhan COVID-19 patients, China
Author(s) nameYang J, Wang Q et al.
Journal Int Immunopharmacol
Impact factor
3.38
Citation count: 1


Resolve issues like inappropriate training, lack of communication, and inadequate safety measures. Interview the nurses using an online questionnaire and rate it with a Likert scale.
33172732
(Intensive Crit Care Nurs)
PMID
33172732
Date of Publishing: 2021 Feb
Title Nurses' perceptions and demands regarding COVID-19 care delivery in critical care units and hospital emergency services
Author(s) nameGonzález-Gil MT, González-Blázquez C et al.
Journal Intensive Crit Care Nurs
Impact factor
1.85
Citation count: 1


Evaluate the process and make final decisions to implement the changes and provide safety to team members. Search literature and collect the data of transmission and strategies to control the spread.
33589506
(BMJ Open Qual)
PMID
33589506
Date of Publishing: 2021 Feb
Title Protected code blue: using in situ simulation to develop a protected code blue and modify staff training protocol- experience in a large community teaching hospital during the COVID-19 pandemic
Author(s) nameYoussef FA, Patel M et al.
Journal BMJ Open Qual
Impact factor
~
Citation count: 1


Implement proper guidelines for the protection of healthcare workers and decrease the infection rate. Interview staff about experiences, ideas, and frustrations related to work. Record and transcribe the telephonic calls.
33174768
(New Solut)
PMID
33174768
Date of Publishing: 2021 Feb
Title Sacrificed: Ontario Healthcare Workers in the Time of COVID-19
Author(s) nameBrophy JT, Keith MM et al.
Journal New Solut
Citation count 1


Long working hours and infection spread are affecting the health of healthcare workers. Provide mental and physical health by improving working conditions. Send the online questionnaire to participants above 18 years of age and who are working to prevent COVID-19. After taking informed consent, collected information related to their job, children, work areas, time spent, knowledge about prevention, and perceptions of support and troubles. Analyzed anxiety and depression using the Likert scale.
33422035
(BMC Public Health)
PMID
33422035
Date of Publishing: 2021 Jan 9
Title Working conditions and health status of 6,317 front line public health workers across five provinces in China during the COVID-19 epidemic: a cross-sectional study
Author(s) nameLi J, Xu J et al.
Journal BMC Public Health
Impact factor
2.69
Citation count: 1


Develop recommendations and comply with them to ensure the safety of newborns. Screen and collect the data of pregnant women during admission. Follow up with the patient or schedule a visit after 15 days of discharge. Analyze the data using the software.
33521167
(An Pediatr (Engl Ed))
PMID
33521167
Date of Publishing: 2021 Jan 26
Title Epidemiology, management and risk of SARS-CoV-2 transmission in a cohort of newborns born to mothers diagnosed with COVID-19 infection
Author(s) nameSolís-García G, Gutiérrez-Vélez A et al.
Journal An Pediatr (Engl Ed)
Impact factor
1.3
Citation count: 1


Implement PPE protocols to ensure the safety of healthcare workers and patients. Design, implement and modify PPE protocols.
33496074
(J Healthc Risk Manag)
PMID
33496074
Date of Publishing: 2021 Jan 25
Title The use of personal protective equipment during the COVID-19 pandemic in a tertiary pediatric hospital
Author(s) nameDibbs RP, Ferry AM et al.
Journal J Healthc Risk Manag
Citation count 1


Proper management plans, training of staff, and adequate workforce provide standards of care to patients. Recommendations help to prepare and control infectious disease outbreaks.
33296510
(Med J Aust)
PMID
33296510
Date of Publishing: 2021 Jan
Title COVID-19 and residential aged care: priorities for optimising preparation and management of outbreaks
Author(s) name Aitken GE, Holmes AL, Ibrahim JE.
Journal Med J Aust
Impact factor
2.05
Citation count: 1


Interventions such as communication protocols and adequate personal protective equipment reduce the stress level of healthcare workers. Conduct an online survey containing a questionnaire. Calculate the collected data using a percentage of correct answers divided by questions answered. Consider the knowledge of healthcare workers as good; if the score is between 80-100%.
33661989
(PLoS One)
PMID
33661989
Date of Publishing: 2021
Title Assessing the knowledge, attitude and perception on workplace readiness regarding COVID-19 among healthcare providers in Ethiopia-An internet-based survey
Author(s) nameGebreselassie AF, Bekele A et al.
Journal PLoS One
Impact factor
2.87
Citation count: 1


Improve mental health by following strategies to overcome stress levels. Conducted an online survey for healthcare workers and rated it.
33270881
(Int J Qual Health Care)
PMID
33270881
Date of Publishing: 2020 Dec 3
Title COVID-19 is having a destructive impact on health-care workers' mental well-being
Author(s) nameVanhaecht K, Seys D et al.
Journal Int J Qual Health Care
Impact factor
3.4
Citation count: 1


Awareness about personal protective equipment (PPE) among healthcare workers is required to prevent viral transmission as it acts as a barrier. Prepared questionnaire in google forms and circulated online to all healthcare workers. It has three sections- study information, demographic data, and questions related to PPE. Data analyzed using IBM SPSS Statistics.
33390860
(J Radiol Nurs)
PMID
33390860
Date of Publishing: 2020 Dec 26
Title Knowledge of Handling the Personal protective equipment (PPE) by frontline Allied Health professionals in COVID-19 outbreak- A Web-based Survey Study
Author(s) nameOjha S, Debnath M et al.
Journal J Radiol Nurs
Citation count 1


Follow guidelines while dressing and undressing personal protective equipment for safety purposes. Design and implement new protocols of management for the safety of patients and health care workers.
32671432
(Int Orthop)
PMID
32671432
Date of Publishing: 2020 Dec
Title COVID-19 pandemic: management of patients affected by SARS-CoV-2 in Rome COVID Hospital 2 Trauma Centre and safety of our surgical team
Author(s) nameDe Mauro D, Rovere G et al.
Journal Int Orthop
Impact factor
2.72
Citation count: 2


Follow precautions and split workplace staff to lower the risk of transmission of the virus. Allot shifts to staff to reduce social contact and monitor symptoms to minimize the risk of transmission.
32926883
(Clin Biochem)
PMID
32926883
Date of Publishing: 2020 Dec
Title Staff rostering, split team arrangement, social distancing (physical distancing) and use of personal protective equipment to minimize risk of workplace transmission during the COVID-19 pandemic: A simulation study
Author(s) nameLim CY, Bohn MK et al.
Journal Clin Biochem
Impact factor
2.4
Citation count: 3


Use prophylactic dressings such as ear saver strap and nasal straps to reduce the skin injuries associated with personal protective equipment. Collect data on skin problems location and types from healthcare workers. The Control group doesn't have the training, and the experiment group received training and used prophylactic dressing. Compare and analyze the results between the two groups.
33187790
(J Tissue Viability)
PMID
33187790
Date of Publishing: 2020 Nov 1
Title Determination of the effect of prophylactic dressing on the prevention of skin injuries associated with personal protective equipments in health care workers during COVID-19 pandemic
Author(s) nameYıldız A, Karadağ A et al.
Journal J Tissue Viability
Impact factor
0.9
Citation count: 1


Check the effectiveness and adhere to standards while using protective equipment. Treat the condition appropriately to prevent the severity. Follow standards to minimize the PPE caused skin-related adverse reactions.
33174266
(Dermatol Ther)
PMID
33174266
Date of Publishing: 2020 Nov
Title Contact dermatitis due to masks and respirators during COVID-19 pandemic: What we should know and what we should do
Author(s) nameDi Altobrando A, La Placa M et al.
Journal Dermatol Ther
Impact factor
1.78
Citation count: 1


Infection control measures implementation, personal protection, and adequate staff training protect health care workers from the virus. Prevent cross-contamination between patients by planning a layout to departments and following precautionary measures. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7118524/figure/fig1/
32208140
(J Am Coll Radiol)
PMID
32208140
Date of Publishing: 2020 Jun
Title The Battle Against Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19): Emergency Management and Infection Control in a Radiology Department.
Author(s) nameHuang Z, Zhao S et al.
Journal J Am Coll Radiol
Impact factor
2.13
Citation count: 28


Recommendations for safe medical practices lower the chances of cross-infection and provide better patient care. Based on the anesthesiologist's practice and experience, create infection control recommendations.
32195699
(Anesthesiology)
PMID
32195699
Date of Publishing: 2020 Jun
Title Perioperative Management of Patients Infected with the Novel Coronavirus
Author(s) nameChen X, Liu Y et al.
Journal Anesthesiology
Impact factor
5.06
Citation count: 82


Develop an algorithm to ensure the safety of health care workers. A group of experts created an algorithm, and health care providers assessed it by giving feedback.
32247836
(J Am Coll Surg)
PMID
32247836
Date of Publishing: 2020 Jun
Title Precautions for Operating Room Team Members During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Author(s) nameForrester JD, Nassar AK et al.
Journal J Am Coll Surg
Impact factor
4.18
Citation count: 57


Healthcare worker's mental health is required to deal with the pandemic. Healthcare worker's protection further improves the management of patients. Healthcare worker's completed an online validated questionnaire with informed consent. The questionnaire includes clinical experiences, preventive measures, mental health, guidelines. Statistical data analyzed using SAS software.
32393381
(Mil Med Res)
PMID
32393381
Date of Publishing: 2020 May 11
Title Perceived infection transmission routes, infection control practices, psychosocial changes, and management of COVID-19 infected healthcare workers in a tertiary acute care hospital in Wuhan: a cross-sectional survey
Author(s) nameJin YH, Huang Q et al.
Journal Mil Med Res
Impact factor
1.73
Citation count: 21


Formulated recommendations for airborne precautions, planning workforce, PPE usage, and effective management of the patients. Searched the web and personal files to develop recommendations for management.
32312646
(J Physiother)
PMID
32312646
Date of Publishing: 2020 Apr
Title Physiotherapy management for COVI-19 in the acute hospital setting: clinical practice recommendations
Author(s) nameThomas P, Baldwin C et al.
Journal J Physiother
Citation count 46


To minimize the risk, healthcare workers should adhere to Infection prevention and control (IPC) measures in managing patients. Collected demographic information, medical history, and risks from healthcare workers in the form of a questionnaire and analyzed it using the software.
33213266
(J Prim Care Community Health)
PMID
33213266
Date of Publishing: 2020 Jan-Dec
Title Healthcare Workers Exposure Risk Assessment: A Survey among Frontline Workers in Designated COVID-19 Treatment Centers in Ghana
Author(s) nameAshinyo ME, Dubik SD et al.
Journal J Prim Care Community Health
Impact factor
1.4
Citation count: 1


Better airway management provides protection and safety of patients and healthcare workers. Develop recommendations for airway management and minimize the transmission of the virus.
33165885
(Anaesthesiol Intensive Ther)
PMID
33165885
Date of Publishing: 2020
Title COVID-19: Airway management considerations
Author(s) name Herman J, Viswanath O, Urits I.
Journal Anaesthesiol Intensive Ther
Impact factor
1.23
Citation count: 1