COVID 19 CRITICAL CARE TRAINING SURGE EXPERIENCE FOR PHYSICIANS IN RIYADH HEALTH CLUSTER ONE, SAUDI ARABIA
Keywords:COVID-19, critically ill, training, ICU, physicians
As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads, the number of critically ill patients is expected to surge in hospitals across the world. This may result in non-ICU clinicians being needed to care for critically ill patients, In line with Pandemic COVID – 19 situations that we are facing currently; the Critical Care Department Training Committee of King Saud Medical City in collaboration with the Riyadh Health Cluster One, Saudi Arabia conducted a series of training projects. Its goal is to help non – ICU Physicians to be equipped and be more competent to handle critically ill patients when the situation will have the need for it. We aim to provide basic knowledge and skills to successfully manage critically ill patients with suspected or confirmed COVID – 19 cases in a critical care setting.
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Copyright (c) 2020 AF Mady, O Ramdan, R Al Yousef, A Ishag, G Bakirova, A Kuhail, S Shahzad, W El-Etreby, S Mumtaz, S Almozainy, K Palacio, D Aldamahshi, A Alcazar, M Alodat, B Abdelrahman, A Harthy
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