Vision of Competent Optimal Care 

Clinicians Providing care in the Coronavirus-COVID-19 Pandemic era

 

Stakeholders

The Hospital and Medical System in the Coronavirus and  COVID-19 Pandemic Ecosystem

 

The challenge of Coronavirus and  COVID-19 Pandemic is best understood from the complexity/ ecosystem lens. An understanding of the complexity of the Coronavirus and  COVID-19 Pandemic Ecosystem and the various stakeholders and their interaction. It is clear that the challenge and potential “solutions” require an understanding of the Coronavirus and  COVID-19 Pandemic Ecosystem and the complexity and the dynamics driving and maintaining the various issues.

 

Categories:

National

State 

Community 

Hospital system  

Hospital   

Department

Outpatient Primary Care Office Practice

 

Best practice and evidence based management of the individual suffering with Coronavirus and  COVID-19 Pandemic in the primary care setting.

 

Culture of care and impact on Coronavirus and  COVID-19 Pandemic

Diagnosis of individuals with Coronavirus and  COVID-19 Pandemic

Management of individuals suffering with Coronavirus and  COVID-19 Pandemic 

 

Tools and resources: 

 

Primary Care Checklis

Emergency Room and Acute Care Clinics 

 

Best practice and evidence based management of the individual suffering with Coronavirus and  COVID-19 Pandemic in the acute medical setting .

 

Culture of care and impact on Coronavirus and  COVID-19 Pandemic

Diagnosis of individuals with Coronavirus and  COVID-19 Pandemic

Management of individuals suffering with Coronavirus and  COVID-19 Pandemic

 

Acute Care Checklist 

 

Tools and resources

The Hospital Setting  

 

Best practice and evidence based management of the individual suffering with Coronavirus symptoms and  COVID-19 Pandemic in the acute medical setting .

 

Culture of care and impact on Coronavirus and  COVID-19 Pandemic

Diagnosis of individuals with Coronavirus and  COVID-19 Pandemic

Management of individuals suffering with Coronavirus and  COVID-19 Pandemic

 

Prone Positioning in Awake, Nonintubated Patients With COVID-19: Necessity Is the Mother of Invention

Aartik Sarma, MD; Carolyn S. Calfee, MD, MAS

Prone Positioning in Awake, Nonintubated Patients With COVID-19 Hypoxemic Respiratory Failure

Alison E. Thompson, MD; Benjamin L. Ranard, MD; Ying Wei, PhD; et al.

Acute Care Checklist 

Tools and resources

 

Hospital Best practice 

 

 

Special Populations

Maternity 

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A Seattle Intensivist’s One-Pager on COVID-19

#criticalCare #ID #ARDS #COVID-19

A one page summary of what I have read and seen caring for people with COVID-19. This is a distillation of data and guidelines available elsewhere complete with references (see PDF version).

 

Available for download as a PDF, PNG, or PPT. Freely available for reuse under a CC BY-SA 3.0 license

Current version: 2.7.0 (2020-03-26 19:15PST) now with updated information about new treatments, additional clinical presentations, typos correted.

Original handwritten version available here.

Also available in Spanish, Indonesian, Portuguese, Albanian, German, Farsi, Chinese, French, Slovak, Serbian, Swedish, Armenian, Russian, Dutch, Polish, Greek, and Arabic (see the COVID resource page for more details; note that in some cases these translations are based on a slightly earlier version.) MANY THANKS to the amazing crowd-sourced effort that has made this possible.

The Intensive Care Unit (ICU)  

 

Best practice and evidence based management of the individual suffering with Coronavirus symptoms and  COVID-19 Pandemic in the acute medical setting .

 

Culture of care and impact on Coronavirus and  COVID-19 Pandemic

Diagnosis of individuals with Coronavirus and  COVID-19 Pandemic

Management of individuals suffering with Coronavirus and  COVID-19 Pandemic

 

Acute Care Checklist 

 

Tools and resources

 

Hospital Best practice 

Disclaimer: Dr Nick Mark @nickmmark is board certified in internal medicine, critical care medicine, and pulmonary medicine. The opinions expressed on this site are his and do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of his places of employment. The opinions expressed are intended for education and should not be used to diagnose or treat any medical condition nor should they be used as a substitute for medical advice. All patient information has been altered to protect their identity. This site is intended for use by healthcare professionals.