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1. Impetigo: antimicrobial prescribing

). Page 4 of 28Recommendations Recommendations 1.1 1.1 Managing impetigo Managing impetigo Advice to reduce the spread of impetigo Advice to reduce the spread of impetigo 1.1.1 Advise people with impetigo, and their parents or carers if appropriate, about good hygiene measures to reduce the spread of impetigo to other areas of the body and to other people. T o find out why the committee made the recommendations on advice to reduce the spread of impetigo see the rationales. Initial treatment Initial (...) with a diameter of over 1 cm that rupture, leaving a thin, flat, yellow-brown crust. Impetigo: antimicrobial prescribing (NG153) © NICE 2020. All rights reserved. Subject to Notice of rights (https://www.nice.org.uk/terms-and- conditions#notice-of-rights). Page 11 of 28Decolonisation Decolonisation Use of topical treatments (antiseptic body wash, nasal ointment or a combination of both) and personal hygiene measures to remove the bacteria causing the infection from the body. Impetigo: antimicrobial

2020 National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence - Clinical Guidelines

3. Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) guidance for acute care

for COVID-19. 2. Follow Routine Practices (Droplet/Contact/Airborne) for all clinical care for those who screen positive. 3. Assess availability of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and other infection prevention and control supplies (e.g., hand hygiene supplies) that would be used for both healthcare worker (HCWs) protection and source control for infected patients (e.g., facemask on the patient). 4. Train all HCWs who are required to wear PPE in the use, care and limitations of the PPE; HCWs must (...) hand hygiene, sneeze/cough into elbow, wear a procedure mask, put used tissues in a waste receptacle and to wash hands immediately after using tissues. Acute care settings must instruct all staff and volunteers to self-screen at home. Staff and volunteers with symptoms of an acute respiratory infection must not come to work and must report their symptoms to the acute care setting. All staff should be aware of early signs and symptoms of acute respiratory infection. 2. Active screening at triage

2020 CPG Infobase

4. Interim guidance: public health management of cases and contacts associated with novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in the community

not require hospitalization, taking into consideration their baseline health status including older age groups, or chronic underlying or immunocompromising conditions that may put them at increased risk of complications from COVID-19. The ill person should be able to monitor their own symptoms and maintain respiratory etiquette and hand hygiene. • Suitable home care environment. In the home, the case should stay in a room of their own so that they can be isolated from other household members. If residing (...) or immunocompromising conditions, or the elderly) should not provide care for the case/PUI and alternative arrangements may be necessary. o For breastfeeding mothers: considering the benefits of breastfeeding and the insignificant role of breast milk in transmission of other respiratory viruses, breastfeeding can continue. If the breastfeeding mother is a case, she should wear a Version: March 10, 2020 8 surgical/procedure mask when near the baby, practice respiratory etiquette, and perform hand hygiene before

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5. Prince Edward Island guidelines for the management and control of COVID-19

waiting area or space. 2. Encourage the patient with signs and symptoms of an acute respiratory infection to perform respiratory hygiene/cough etiquette, and provide tissues, ABHR and a waste receptacle. 3. Limit visitors to only those who are essential. 4. Do not cohort with other patients (unless necessary, in which case cohort only with patients confirmed to have COVID-19 infection). Application of Routine Practices and Additional Precautions The application of routine practices and additional (...) mask and eye protection, face shield, or surgical/procedural mask with visor attachment COVID-19 March 4, 2020 • an N95 respirator (plus eye protection) should be used when performing aerosol-generating medical procedures 11 (AGMPs) on a person under investigation (PUI) for COVID-19 infection. • Hand hygiene should be performed whenever indicated, paying particular attention to during and after removal of PPE, and after leaving the patient care environment. Infection Prevention and Control

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6. Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) guidance for primary care providers in community setting

. Primary care settings are being requested to conduct passive and active screening. 1. Passive screening • Signage should be posted on entry to the office and at reception areas for patients with symptoms to self-identify, perform hand hygiene, wear a procedure mask, and have access to tissue and a waste receptacle. • All patients should be instructed to cover their nose and mouth with a tissue when coughing and sneezing. 2. Active screening at reception areas 3 | Pa g e Sample Screening Is the patient (...) Advice for Primary Care Settings Within primary care settings, the ministry recommends the use of Routine Practices and Additional Precautions (contact, droplet) for screening of patients. These precautions include: 7 | P a ge • use of gloves, gowns, procedure mask and eye protection • hand hygiene Primary care providers who can offer clinical examinations of patients who meet PUI criteria must use N95 respirators. For more information please see: PIDAC Routine Practices and Additional Precautions

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7. Infection prevention and control for novel coronavirus (COVID-19): interim guidance for acute healthcare settings

/procedural mask (if possible); Encourage the patient to perform respiratory hygiene/cough etiquette, and provide surgical/procedural masks, tissues, alcohol-based hand rub and a waste receptacle; and Limit visitors to only those who are essential. Application of Routine Practices and Additional Precautions In addition to , HCWs at risk of exposure to an individual presenting with signs and symptoms and exposure criteria consistent with COVID-19 should follow and precautions. This includes the appropriate (...) selection and use of personal protective equipment: Gloves; AND Gown; AND Facial protection: Surgical/procedural mask and eye protection, or face shield, or surgical/procedural mask with visor attachment. An N95 respirator (plus eye protection) when performing aerosol-generating medical procedures (AGMPs) on a person under investigation (PUI) for COVID-19. Hand hygiene should be performed whenever indicated, paying particularly attention to during and after removal of PPE, and after leaving the patient

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11. Mexiletine hydrochloride (Namuscla) - symptomatic treatment of myotonia in adult patients with non-dystrophic myotonic disorders

: talking, writing, feeding, hygiene, getting dressed, walking and climbing stairs). Patients had normal cardiac examination performed by a cardiologist including an electrocardiogram and cardiac ultrasound. Study patients could have previously received mexiletine provided treatment had stopped at least 3 days earlier. The study compared mexiletine with placebo using a crossover design of two 18-day treatment periods separated by a 4 day wash-out period. Eligible patients were randomised equally (...) of dyspepsia for those with gastrointestinal disturbance. No resource data was collected during the MYOMEX study, therefore assumptions were made by the company and clinical experts. They specified relevant resource items and the specific quantities of these according to specific health dimensions of non-dystrophic myotonic disease and severity of that disease. A proxy was developed whereby the seven dimensions of the CMS disability rating scale (speech, handwriting, eating, hygiene, dressing, walking

2020 Scottish Medicines Consortium

12. Guideline for the Performance Assessment of a Peer

website: www.anzca.edu.au FPM website: www.anzca.edu.au/fpm Page 7 PS65 2018 APPENDIX 1 OBSERVATION OF CLINICAL PRACTICE WORKING SHEET Practitioner Name: Hospital: Date of Assessment: Assessor: Assessment Ratings A: Acceptable UA: Unacceptable NA: Not Assessed Safe Practice Case 1 Case 2 Case 3 Case 4 Patient Assessment Machine & Equipment Check Communication & Planning WHO Surgical Safety Checklist Drug Preparation Hygienic Practice Monitoring Comments: Conduct of Anaesthesia Case 1 Case 2 Case 3 (...) Communication with Staff List Management/Efficiency Technical Abilities Comments: Overall Impression: Does this practitioner meet the standards required of a Fellow of the college? ?Yes ?No If no, please explain: Page 9 PS65 2018 APPENDIX 2 MULTISOURCE FEEDBACK WORKING SHEET Practitioner Name: Hospital: Date of Assessment: Assessor: Assessment Ratings A: Acceptable UA: Unacceptable NA: Not Assessed Position of interviewee Clinical skills and attitudes Work organisation Technical abilities Hygienic work

2020 Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists

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