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Virtual health care reduces the risk of transmission of the virus and burden on acute care facilities. Provide a kit containing remote monitoring devices to patients. Conduct a survey and assess the collected clinical data from the patient through telephone or video consultations.
33687341
(J Med Internet Res)
PMID
33687341
Date of Publishing: 2021 Mar 9
Title Virtual Health Care for Community Management of Patients With COVID-19 in Australia: Observational Cohort Study
Author(s) nameHutchings OR, Dearing C et al.
Journal J Med Internet Res
Impact factor
5.05
Citation count: 3


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


Adherence to preventive measures reduces the spread of the virus. Develop an interview form to conduct an online survey about preventive behaviors and interpret the results.
33657995
(Environ Health Prev Med)
PMID
33657995
Date of Publishing: 2021 Mar 3
Title Public perceptions, individual characteristics, and preventive behaviors for COVID-19 in six countries: a cross-sectional study
Author(s) name Fujii R, Suzuki K, Niimi J.
Journal Environ Health Prev Med
Impact factor
1.59
Citation count: 1


Provide the patient's support mechanisms and resources requiring emotional therapy. Use BSI-18 screening telephonic questionnaires for identifying psychological symptoms.
33585688
(Med Clin (Engl Ed))
PMID
33585688
Date of Publishing: 2021 Feb 6
Title Status and emotional management of patients affected by COVID-19 in a primary care center
Author(s) name Peral Martín A, Cabezas García M, Martínez Sáez Ó.
Journal Med Clin (Engl Ed)
Impact factor
Cant find
Citation count: 1


Appropriate recommendations help in the timely diagnosis and treatment of anxiety and improve respiratory function. Based on literature search and experience, develop recommendations for anxiety treatment and provide awareness among healthcare staff.
33635172
(Int J Psychiatry Clin Pract)
PMID
33635172
Date of Publishing: 2021 Feb 26
Title Presentation and management of anxiety in individuals with acute symptomatic or asymptomatic COVID-19 infection, and in the post-COVID-19 recovery phase
Author(s) name Uzunova G, Pallanti S, Hollander E.
Journal Int J Psychiatry Clin Pract
Impact factor
N/A
Citation count: 1


Treat chronic patients at home and ensure the safety of patients. Management of patients at home minimizes the spread of the virus.
33528610
(Ann Hematol)
PMID
33528610
Date of Publishing: 2021 Feb 2
Title Management of chronic patients during the COVID-19 pandemic: the experience of a referral center for rare hematological disorders in the hardest hit-region in Italy
Author(s) nameMotta I, Marcon A et al.
Journal Ann Hematol
Impact factor
2.84
Citation count: 1


The palliative physician identifies the patient requiring palliative care and treats accordingly. Record data of patients such as age, gender, length of stay, and type of discharge and analyze it.
33607302
(Int J Infect Dis)
PMID
33607302
Date of Publishing: 2021 Feb 16
Title Palliative care in a COVID-19 Internal Medicine ward: A preliminary report
Author(s) nameMumoli N, Florian C et al.
Journal Int J Infect Dis
Impact factor
3.42
Citation count: 1


Improve the knowledge and optimize management plans. Formulate and update guidelines for the management of COVID-19 patients with cancer.
33676266
(Eur J Cancer)
PMID
33676266
Date of Publishing: 2021 Feb 10
Title 2021 update of the AGIHO guideline on evidence-based management of COVID-19 in patients with cancer regarding diagnostics, viral shedding, vaccination and therapy
Author(s) nameGiesen N, Sprute R et al.
Journal Eur J Cancer
Impact factor
6.7
Citation count: 1


Virtual visits reduce the patient and health care provider exposure and decrease the burden on emergency departments. Examine records of patients and evaluate patient's symptoms. Schedule telehealth, telephone, or in-person visit based on condition.
33622830
(J Am Board Fam Med)
PMID
33622830
Date of Publishing: 2021 Feb
Title Using Virtual Visits to Care for Primary Care Patients With COVID-19 Symptoms
Author(s) nameTarn DM, Hintz C et al.
Journal J Am Board Fam Med
Impact factor
4
Citation count: 1


Use of personal protective equipment and following appropriate surgical procedures prevent the transmission of the virus. Collected data from medical centers and analyzed different aspects related to tracheostomy.
33446370
(Auris Nasus Larynx)
PMID
33446370
Date of Publishing: 2021 Jan 9
Title Management of tracheostomy in COVID-19 patients: The Japanese experience
Author(s) nameYokokawa T, Ariizumi Y et al.
Journal Auris Nasus Larynx
Impact factor
1.52
Citation count: 1


Most patients managed in a non-operative way. Perform surgeries in critical patients by following precautionary measures. Based on critical care bed capacity, assess results using surge levels- CRITCON 1 (March 9th to March 13th), CRITCON 2 (March 14th to March 20th, May 3rd to May 15th), CRITCON 3 (March 21st to May 2nd). Collected data analyzed using SPSS version 23.0
33399877
(Eur J Trauma Emerg Surg)
PMID
33399877
Date of Publishing: 2021 Jan 5
Title Overall management of emergency general surgery patients during the surge of the COVID-19 pandemic: an analysis of procedures and outcomes from a teaching hospital at the worst hit area in Spain
Author(s) nameMaría FM, Lorena MR et al.
Journal Eur J Trauma Emerg Surg
Impact factor
1.64
Citation count: 1


Provide recommendations for the administration of vaccines in a safe way and desensitization in case of allergies. Analyze and compare vaccination outcomes with different immune profiles.
33452689
(Allergy)
PMID
33452689
Date of Publishing: 2021 Jan 16
Title EAACI statement on the diagnosis, management and prevention of severe allergic reactions to COVID-19 vaccines
Author(s) nameSokolowska M, Eiwegger T et al.
Journal Allergy
Impact factor
8.7
Citation count: 1


Adherence to recommendations improves patient outcomes. Prevention, education, and appropriate testing and treatment improve patient's quality of life.
33452539
(Z Gerontol Geriatr)
PMID
33452539
Date of Publishing: 2021 Jan 15
Title Recommendations for the management of COVID-19 pandemic in long-term care facilities
Author(s) nameGosch M, Heppner HJ et al.
Journal Z Gerontol Geriatr
Impact factor
N/A
Citation count: 1


Regular monitoring and appropriate treatment are essential for the better survival of the patient. Patients were divided into two groups to compare how the treatment modification affects outcome in patients of two groups.
33451327
(Respir Res)
PMID
33451327
Date of Publishing: 2021 Jan 15
Title More skilled clinical management of COVID-19 patients modified mortality in an intermediate respiratory intensive care unit in Italy
Author(s) nameCarpagnano GE, Migliore G et al.
Journal Respir Res
Impact factor
3.89
Citation count: 1


Home therapy through teleconsultations reduces the risk of hospitalization and improves the quality of life of the patient. Treat patients at home with telemedicine for a specific period.
33532070
(Multidiscip Respir Med)
PMID
33532070
Date of Publishing: 2021 Jan 15
Title Preventive home therapy for symptomatic patients affected by COVID-19 and followed by teleconsultations
Author(s) nameD'Amato G, Acanfora L et al.
Journal Multidiscip Respir Med
Impact factor
1.87
Citation count: 1


Prescribe a safe medication regimen and provide clinical benefits to patients. Monitor the patient for adverse events, drug interactions, and treat them appropriately. List of various drugs summary used in pandemics based on evidence. Explained the importance of pharmacists to provide patient care and drug-related information to physicians.
32273253
(Res Social Adm Pharm)
PMID
32273253
Date of Publishing: 2021 Jan
Title Hospital pharmacists pharmaceutical care for hospitalized patients with COVID-19: Recommendations and guidance from clinical experience
Author(s) nameSong Z, Hu Y et al.
Journal Res Social Adm Pharm
Impact factor
4
Citation count: 30


Despite the many challenges faced, health care workers are ready to treat patients and handle pandemic situations. The majority of participants belong to a female group, 25-54 years old, the nursing profession, masters degree education, more than ten years of work experience. Most participants strongly agreed to treat elderly patients happily; the majority agreed with the questions (inform patients about benefits and risks, happy with working conditions, dealing with ICU patients, rely on superior's advice). Team coordination, planning, and implementing treatment and procedures, reporting adverse events needed to handle the situation. To avoid errors, make strict rules, and adopt them. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7722503/table/tbl1/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7722503/table/tbl2/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7722503/table/tbl3/
33319030
(Inform Med Unlocked)
PMID
33319030
Date of Publishing: 2021
Title Investigating healthcare practitioners attitudes towards the COVID-19 outbreak in Saudi Arabia: A general qualitative framework for managing the pandemic
Author(s) nameAlanezi F, Aljahdali A et al.
Journal Inform Med Unlocked
Impact factor
2.11
Citation count: 1


Though Clinical trials are undergoing on COVID-19 patients, treat the patients with drugs based on available in-vitro and clinical trial data. Treat critically ill patients and make clinical interventions based on patient characteristics.
32208840
(Emerg Microbes Infect)
PMID
32208840
Date of Publishing: 2020 Dec
Title Clinical observation and management of COVID-19 patients
Author(s) name Li T, Lu H, Zhang W.
Journal Emerg Microbes Infect
Impact factor
5.84
Citation count: 137


Recommendations help to manage patients with active observation and better protection. Searched literature and formulated practical recommendations for surgical management.
33184782
(Updates Surg)
PMID
33184782
Date of Publishing: 2020 Nov 12
Title Surgical management of oncologic patient during and after the COVID-19 outbreak: practical recommendations from the Italian society of Surgical Oncology
Author(s) nameCavaliere D, Parini D et al.
Journal Updates Surg
Impact factor
2.46
Citation count: 1


Providing home-based health-related services to patients reduces morbidity and mortality. Conduct online interviews about care delivery challenges, adaptations, and advice. Compare the collected data and analyze it.
33179761
(J Am Geriatr Soc)
PMID
33179761
Date of Publishing: 2020 Nov 12
Title At Home, with Care: Lessons from New York City Home-based Primary Care Practices Managing COVID-19
Author(s) nameFranzosa E, Gorbenko K et al.
Journal J Am Geriatr Soc
Impact factor
4.19
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


Overcome the factors such as low income, age, and gender affecting the behaviors. Adopt the protective measures to reduce the transmission. Collect data related to confidence, preventive behaviors, and self-confidence in the form of a questionnaire from healthcare workers. Participants rated questions using the Likert scale.
33190926
(Soc Sci Med)
PMID
33190926
Date of Publishing: 2020 Nov
Title Confidence in social institutions, perceived vulnerability and the adoption of recommended protective behaviors in Brazil during the COVID-19 pandemic
Author(s) name Storopoli J, Braga da Silva Neto WL, Mesch GS.
Journal Soc Sci Med
Impact factor
6
Citation count: 1


Providing guidance via telephone calls reassures and provides support to the patient. Collect and record data from patients with confirmed intrauterine pregnancies with COVID-19 symptoms.
33241071
(Open Forum Infect Dis)
PMID
33241071
Date of Publishing: 2020 Nov
Title Protocol-Driven Intensive Outpatient Management of Pregnant Patients With Symptomatic Coronavirus Disease 2019
Author(s) nameSoffer MD, Shook LL et al.
Journal Open Forum Infect Dis
Impact factor
2.69
Citation count: 1


Knowledge of home remedies to treat COVID-19 acts as primary treatment options and helps in fast recovery by boosting the immune system.
33163740
(Sci Afr)
PMID
33163740
Date of Publishing: 2020 Nov
Title Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) and Africa: acclaimed home remedies.
Author(s) name Orisakwe OE, Orish CN, Nwanaforo EO.
Journal Sci Afr
Impact factor
N/A
Citation count: 1


Monitor vitals and fluid measurements of the patients and recommend appropriate fetal monitoring. Follow precautionary measures during delivery. Evaluate the patient and treat them appropriately. Recommend infection control management for patients. Educate patients about transmission risks and precautionary measures.
32839010
(Semin Perinatol)
PMID
32839010
Date of Publishing: 2020 Nov
Title Inpatient obstetric management of COVID-19
Author(s) name Aubey J, Zork N, Sheen JJ.
Journal Semin Perinatol
Impact factor
0.14
Citation count: 1