This podcast and blog post are based on Level C evidence – consensus and expert opinion. Examples of protocols, checklists and algorithms are for educational purposes only and require modification for your particular needs as well as approval by your hospital before use in clinical practice.
After your shift, if possible, shower at the hospital leaving your scrubs there (or place them in a separate freezer bag) and change into the clothes that you kept in the freezer bag. If there is no shower at the hospital, wash your hands, arms and face with soap. Change from your hospital shoes into your home shoes. Sanitize your badge and phone and place all your gear back into a freezer bag.
提示对于面试和擦拭低风险COVID患者：对于独立的低危患者，不考虑最初在进入病房;而做phone interview。然后作出评估计划。当获得拭子，stand to the side and behind the patient，一个ñd ask them to put their mask just below their nose and turn away from you if they feel they are going to sneeze or cough.
提示1: PPE recommendations change frequently. This is especially the case in emerging diseases, where there may be some uncertainty about the mode of transmission and in the case of COVID 19, the sheer amount of PPE being consumed is leading to global shortages. Make every effort to adapt.
Structural Barriers between you and the patient (wall, doors, etc.)
You can decide if you want to take your stethoscope in but clean it with a CAVI Wipe afterwards.
Avoid aerosol generating procedures where possible;喷雾器，BVM，CPAP，无创通气，高流量鼻导管和支气管镜检查。
To keep you and your team safe you must train, train train; practice, practice practice – please use the following free resources to develop a rapid training course for safe resuscitation of COVID-19 patients in your ED