Consensus Guidelines for International Cardiology Services Delivery During COVID-19 Pandemic in Australia and New Zealand
AuthorLo, STH; Yong, AS; Sinhal, A; Shetty, S; McCann, A; Clark, D; Galligan, L; El-Jack, S; Sader, M; Tan, R; ...
Source TitleHeart Lung and Circulation
PublisherELSEVIER SCIENCE INC
AffiliationMedicine (Austin & Northern Health)
Melbourne Medical School
Document TypeJournal Article
CitationsLo, S. T. H., Yong, A. S., Sinhal, A., Shetty, S., McCann, A., Clark, D., Galligan, L., El-Jack, S., Sader, M., Tan, R., Hallani, H., Barlis, P., Sechi, R., Dictado, E., Walton, A., Starmer, G., Bhagwandeen, R., Leung, D. Y., Juergens, C. P. ,... Kritharides, L. (2020). Consensus Guidelines for International Cardiology Services Delivery During COVID-19 Pandemic in Australia and New Zealand. HEART LUNG AND CIRCULATION, 29 (6), pp.E69-E77. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hlc.2020.04.002.
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The global coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic poses an unprecedented stress on healthcare systems internationally. These Health system-wide demands call for efficient utilisation of resources at this time in a fair, consistent, ethical and efficient manner would improve our ability to treat patients. Excellent co-operation between hospital units (especially intensive care unit [ICU], emergency department [ED] and cardiology) is critical in ensuring optimal patient outcomes. The purpose of this document is to provide practical guidelines for the effective use of interventional cardiology services in Australia and New Zealand. The document will be updated regularly as new evidence and knowledge is gained with time. Goals Considerations.
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