Jackie Drees –
Friday, September 11th, 2020
NYU Langone Health and NYU Long Island School of Medicine launched a new template on Sept. 10 to help companies with assessing and triaging patients who might have COVID-19.
1. Scientist published the design template and their report in Medicina; the New York City-based health system clinicians developed a decision-tree diagram to assist practitioners classify the severity of the patients infection.
2. During the telemedicine examination, the scientists instruct the clinician to observe the clients breath to identify whether they are having problem breathing, which might be a warning indication of a major COVID-19 infection.
3. Breathing issues can be determined essentially by looking, counting a patient and listenings breathing rate and breathing efforts.
4. The scientists also recommend clinicians to advise clients to utilize a flashlight so the clinician can get a virtual view of their throat.
Click here to view the complete report.
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