National Health Systems are facing a very serious health emergency related to COVID-19. In this phase of emergency, it is essential to ensure the care of all affected patients but also to ensure the economic stability of the National Health System. This stability is undermined by the potential exponential increase in claims caused by healthcare-associated infections related to COVID-19. That is why it will be essential to use all means necessary to prevent this economic crisis, which could overlap with the health crisis.

COVID-19 and healthcare-associated infections / Cioffi, Andrea; Rinaldi, Raffaella. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RISK & SAFETY IN MEDICINE. - ISSN 0924-6479. - 31:4(2020), pp. 181-182. [10.3233/JRS-200056]

COVID-19 and healthcare-associated infections

Cioffi, Andrea;Rinaldi, Raffaella
2020

Abstract

National Health Systems are facing a very serious health emergency related to COVID-19. In this phase of emergency, it is essential to ensure the care of all affected patients but also to ensure the economic stability of the National Health System. This stability is undermined by the potential exponential increase in claims caused by healthcare-associated infections related to COVID-19. That is why it will be essential to use all means necessary to prevent this economic crisis, which could overlap with the health crisis.
COVID-19; Sars-Cov-2; healthcare-associated infections; resident doctors; COVID-19; cross Infection; humans; infectious disease transmission; patient-to-professional; pandemics; SARS-CoV-2; state medicine
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COVID-19 and healthcare-associated infections / Cioffi, Andrea; Rinaldi, Raffaella. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RISK & SAFETY IN MEDICINE. - ISSN 0924-6479. - 31:4(2020), pp. 181-182. [10.3233/JRS-200056]
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