Clinical management of patients with COVID-19: Initial approach to the acutely ill patient

 
COVID-19
Infection Prevention Control
Facilities & Triaging
Respiratory Failure

By the end of this course, participants should be able to:

· explain the COVID-19 care pathway, including screening, isolation, acuity-based triage and patient release from the pathway;

· describe the integrated interagency routine facility triage tool and its application to adult and pediatric triage;

· describe key elements in designating a resuscitation area in an emergency unit;

· use the WHO medical emergency checklist in the management of a seriously ill patient;

· relate the components of the ABCDE systematic approach to the acutely ill patient;

· list the components of the SAMPLE history;

· explain the structure, organization and application of the ABCDE systematic approach for the acutely ill patient;

· identify key causes, signs and symptoms and management for: acute airway obstruction, difficulty in breathing, poor perfusion and shock and altered mental status; and

· discuss special considerations and management differences for the acutely ill paediatric patient presenting with: acute airway obstruction, difficulty in breathing, poor perfusion and altered mental status.

L1
L2
By WHO / OMS
6h
English

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