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November 30, 2020

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HANDBOOK ON MANAGEMENT OF TREATMENT OF KOVID RELEASED IN PUNJAB

Chandigarh Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has released the ‘Punjab Kovid-19 Cure Management Handbook’ for all health workers. This booklet, easily understood by one hand, is intended to reduce mortality by coordinated approach to combat the epidemic.
Describing the booklet to be more effective for the ‘Mission Fateh’ of his government, the Chief Minister said that this booklet would act as a national protocol for Kovid management and a bridge between the needs of the state. He said that this booklet would give health workers engaged in the care of patients positive with coronaviruses access to the necessary resources to better deal with the epidemic.
Pgi Former director, Dr. K.K. The booklet prepared by the expert committee under the leadership of Talwad includes Hawala parameters based on understanding audio-video tools based on treatment management of Kovid-positive patients, evaluation of color coding, and practical experience. DMC The committee convened by Dr. Bishav Mohan, a well-known expert in heart diseases of Ludhiana, is based on many renowned health experts from famous institutions around the world.
This booklet will help meet the treatment needs of mild and moderately severe Kovid cases. For minor cases, this handbook includes self-assessment questionnaires and home-based tests to assess the progress of home detained patients.
It contains a current list of dedicated specialists in each district, which will help district medical teams who need expert supervision to deal with Kovid cases to reduce mortality as much as possible.
The booklet likewise depicts cases of mental health and well-being of Kovid-19 patients, and reflects a shared platform of psychiatrists, psychologists and social workers as part of the management protocol.

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