Turkmen specialists have completed a course on clinical management of patients with COVID-1904.12.2022 | 17:58 |
The WHO country office in Turkmenistan, together with the organization's European Bureau and the Ministry of Health and Medical Industry of Turkmenistan, conducted a simulation course on extended care for patients with COVID-19, according to a WHO press release.
The course, built on the basis of the WHO basic clinical guidelines on COVID-19, allowed the country's medical workers to gain the necessary knowledge and skills to provide timely and high-quality care to patients with COVID-19.
WHO experts shared their experience in infection prevention and infection control in patient care, the features of their initial examination, and also talked about the use of antimicrobials in COVID-19.
The basis of high-quality care for patients requiring emergency medical care is reliable teamwork, effective interaction in decision-making. Therefore, the participants mastered a team approach to caring for patients hospitalized with COVID-19.
In the future, participants of the course will share their knowledge with specialists in the field to train qualified national instructors in this field.
Photo provided by the WHO Country Office in Turkmenistan