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Jul.2.2020

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Toolkits for Healthcare Professionals

Front-line clinical tools and resources to help you deliver excellent care and information to your patients.

Updated May.20.2020

Community Care

Resources to support you with managing patients at home in person, via telephone or telemedicine

Updated May.20.2020

Ambulatory Care

Resources to support you in delivering care and information outside the context of a hospital

Updated May.20.2020

Emergency Care

Clinical guidelines, drug monographs and care plans in the context of immediate response

Updated May.20.2020

Inpatient Care

Resources to assist you with managing a patient’s condition from treatment through discharge

Updated May.20.2020

ICU

Clinical guidelines and education related to patients in critical conditions, such as acute respiratory distress syndrome and sepsis

Updated May.20.2020

Mental and Behavioral Health

Support and guidance for clinical teams to manage workplace stress and anxiety related to novel coronavirus

Updated Jun.16.2020

Physical Rehabilitation

Resources to support you in managing your patient’s recovery, whether at home or in a healthcare facility

Updated Jun.15.2020

EuropeanSocietyofCardiologyGuidancefortheDiagnosisandManagementofCVDiseaseduringtheCOVID-19Pandemic

Apr.9.2020

Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM), American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC)

Joint Statement on Multiple Patients Per Ventilator

Apr.9.2020

American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA), Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation

Guidance on Purposing Anesthesia Machines as ICU Ventilator

Apr.9.2020

American Society of Hospital Pharmacists

Stewardship of Off-Label Treatments for COVID-19

Apr.9.2020

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Topic Collection: COVID-19 Crisis Standards of Care Resources

Apr.9.2020

American Heart Association, the Heart Failure Society of America and the American College of Cardiology

Patients taking ACE-i and ARBs who contract COVID-19 should continue treatment, unless otherwise advised by their physician