Association of Cardiovascular Thoracic Anaesthesiologists Mumbai
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
In this course you will learn about the management of COVID-19 patients, ICU and ventilator strategy, and about the risk assessment in COVID-19 patient
Chapter 1: AIIMS webinar: Management of COVID-19: In this webinar conducted and recorded by AIIMS on 31 Mar 2020, Dr Anant Mohan, Professor and Head Department of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine (AIIMS) explained about the management of COVID-19 cases. Dr Karan Madan MD, DM Associate Professor of Pulmonary Critical Care and Sleep Medicine (AIIMS) discusses about management of severe COVID-19, i,e ARDS and shock.
Chapter 2: AIIMS webinar on ICU and ventilator strategy: This online webinar (almost 1 Hour, 12 minutes) was conducted and recorded by AIIMS on 1 April 2020. Dr. Dalim Kumar Badiya, MD.EDIC, additional professor, Anesthesiology, Pain medicine and Criticare from AIIMS, presented about how to take care of critically ill patient of COVID-19 in ICU, along with Dr Bikash Ranjan Roy, Associate professor Anesthesiology, Pain medicine and Critical care, AIIMS, who explained Ventilation strategy in COVID-19 patient.
Chapter 3: PDF document: Ventilator for COVID-19 patient: This document by MoHFW provides the information about the essential technical features required for handling COVID-19 patient on ventilators.
Chapter 4: AIIMS webinar on ICU and aerosol: In this webinar conducted and recorded by AIIMS on 2nd April 2020, Prof Anjan Trikha, Chairman clinical managerial group, JPNT COVID centre, Department of Anesthesiology and pain medicine and critical care (AIIMS) explained about the rapid creation of COVID-19 ICU and Prof Vimi Rewari, Department of Anesthesiology and pain medicine and critical care (AIIMS) discusses about management of Aerosol generating procedures.
Chapter 5: Risk assessment and clinical management of COVID-19 patient: PDF document: Current evidence suggests that the virus that causes COVID-19 is transmitted between people through close contact and droplets. People most at risk of acquiring the disease are those who are in contact with or care for patients with COVID-19. This inevitably places health care workers (HCWs) at high risk of infection. Protecting HCWs is of paramount importance to WHO. Understanding how HCW exposure to COVID 19 virus translates into risk of infection is critical for informing infection prevention and control (IPC) recommendations. This data collection form and risk assessment tool can be used to identify IPC breaches and define policies that will mitigate HCW exposure and nosocomial infection.