Standard care of management in Orthopaedic patient during COVID 19 Pandemic: An Institution based guideline

  • Macwan A A Kalinga Institute of Medical Science Bhubaneswar, Odisha
  • Nanda S N Kalinga Institute of Medical Science Bhubaneswar, Odisha
  • Samant S Kalinga Institute of Medical Science Bhubaneswar, Odisha
  • Gachhayat A Kalinga Institute of Medical Science Bhubaneswar, Odisha
  • Patel E Kalinga Institute of Medical Science Bhubaneswar, Odisha
  • Mohanty A Kalinga Institute of Medical Science Bhubaneswar, Odisha
Keywords: covid19, orthopedic care, institution guideline, standard care, trauma, hospital care

Abstract

SARS-CoV 2 pandemic has been spread around the world, the developing countries like India with enormous population, the health care system has been exhausted with patients. Social distancing, using three layered face mask, frequent use of sanitization is helpful preventing measure to spread of these deadly virus. There are no clear cut guidelines available in management of Orthopaedic patients till now. The disease and mortality burden will increase eventually without the effective vaccine and medications. With this ongoing pandemic managing elective orthopaedic surgeries and delayed trauma is a challenge. There should be effective protocol to manage emergency cases with optimum care and formulate standard postoperative rehabilitation strategy to deal with the situation. Orthopaedics training is also affected by this pandemic and that should be taken care of with appropriate measures. This article will help the surgeons and hospitals to formulate proper strategies in managing the patients and to face challenges presented in current pandemic situation. It will guide them to re-establish the orthopaedic care and to face future challenges.

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2022-07-01
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Macwan AA, Nanda S N, Samant S, Gachhayat A, Patel E, Mohanty A. Standard care of management in Orthopaedic patient during COVID 19 Pandemic: An Institution based guideline. ojmpc [Internet]. 2022Jul.1 [cited 2022Aug.11];28(01):2-. Available from: https://ojmpc.com/index.php/ojmpc/article/view/150
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