Clinicians need to prepare for managing coinfections of COVID-19 with flu and/or other respiratory viral infections in the upcoming flu season.
“We were able to separate the COVID-19 patients with very high fidelity.”
“We hospitalists, and all those recruited to act as hospitalists, essentially took responsibility for the COVID response.”
Most attention has focused on the sickest patients, leaving less severe cases to fall through the cracks.
A nonjudgmental but firm critique of weaknesses during urgent care simulation exercises fosters readiness.
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