Leila Mehrdana; Hossein Safari; Ali Maher
The present study is a PICO review that examines crisis management strategies in the face of Covid-19. The reviewed documents were searched in Google Scholar, Sid and Mag Iran databases ...
The present study is a PICO review that examines crisis management strategies in the face of Covid-19. The reviewed documents were searched in Google Scholar, Sid and Mag Iran databases using the keywords management, Covid-19, control, crisis. Based on studies by many hospitals, health and care networks have planned on how to deal with and increase capacity, recruit staff, use new infrastructure, and make optimal use of resources. Accident goals and programs are also presented, especially in intensive care units, which include the establishment of an acute care surgeon, the proposed infrastructure, patient transfer, the principles of triage, convalescence, and the establishment of a full-time intensive care physician. Quality Improvement Management and Crisis Management of The Most Basic Action was to completely evacuate the hospital from the hospitalized patients and prepare the wards for the reception of Covid-19 patients and close the clinics. This strategy helped to free the beds and the ability to hospitalize patients with Covid-19 and the rapid start of treatment in patients. Countries also consider it important to follow up with families of infected people in order to break the transmission chain. The most effective prevention and control measures are to find suspicious patients and close contact, confirm patients and carriers of the virus, and block transmission through isolation, disinfection, and personal protection. Therefore, early diagnosis, isolation and treatment of patients are the basic measures to control the source of infection and reduce the rate of infection.