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Interim guide to novel coronavirus infection 2019 n cov

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Dr. Moh’d Alamin Almahdi
Infection Control Unit
Meeqat General Hospital Complex
Madinah ,KSA

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Interim guide to novel coronavirus infection 2019 n cov

  1. 1. Interim Guide to Novel Coronavirus Infection 2019- nCoV Dr. Moh’d Alamin Almahdi Infection Control Unit Meeqat General Hospital Complex
  2. 2. Coronaviruses (CoV)  Coronaviruses (CoV) are a large family of viruses that cause illnesses ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as  Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS- CoV)2012 and  Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS- CoV).2003  A novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV)
  3. 3. Epidemiology  Novel (new) Coronavirus (2019-2019-nCoV) is a new strain of coronavirus that was first identified in a cluster of pneumonia cases in Wuhan City, Hubei Province of China.  Most of the cases have had exposure to a large seafood and animal market.
  4. 4. Mode of transmission  The mode(s) of transmission of the 2019- nCoV are currently unknown. Available information suggests that the 2019-nCoV is zoonotic and causes infections in humans through contact with infected animals. Current data does suggest sustained human- to-human transmission.
  5. 5. Transmission of 2019-nCoV Infection from an Asymptomatic Contact in Germany
  6. 6. INCUBATION PERIOD  9 TO 14 DAYS
  7. 7. Clinical Feature Most of the cases have shown respiratory symptoms, fever, shortness of breath and pneumonia.
  8. 8. Treatment Currently, there is no known treatment or vaccine available for either people or animals. Intensive supportive care with the treatment of symptoms is the main approach to manage the infection in people.
  9. 9. WHO Clinical management  1. Triage: recognize and sort patients with SARI  2. Immediate implementation of appropriate infection prevention and control (IPC) measures  3. Early supportive therapy and monitoring  4. Collection of specimens for laboratory diagnosis  5. Management of hypoxemic respiratory failure and acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS)  6. Management of septic shock  7. Prevention of complications  8. Specific anti-nCoV treatments ( Nelfinavir protease inhibitor use HIV &SARS before was tried)
  10. 10. Surveillance Case Definition Suspected 2019-nCoV is defined as:  A person with acute respiratory illness (fever with cough and/or shortness of breath) AND any of the following:  1. A history of travel to China in the 14 days prior to symptom onset.  2. A close physical contact* in the past 14 days with a confirmed case of 2019-nCoV infection
  11. 11.  Sever Acute Respiratory illness (SARI*) and testing for the common infectious etiologies** were not revealing SARI: An Acute respiratory illness with history of fever or measured temperature ≥38 C° and cough; onset within the last ~10 days; and requiring hospitalization. **Examples of common infectious etiologies include Streptococcus pneumoniae, Haemophilus influenzae type B, Legionella pneumophila, other recognized primary bacterial pneumonias, influenza viruses, and respiratory syncytial virus
  12. 12. Close contact is defined as:  ● Health care associated exposure, including providing direct care for 2019-nCoV patients, working with health care workers infected with 2019-nCoV, visiting patients or staying in the same close environment of a 2019-nCoV patient.  ● Working together in close proximity or sharing the same classroom environment with a with 2019-nCoV patient  ● Traveling together with 2019-nCoV patient in any kind of conveyance  ● Living in the same household as a 2019-nCoV patient
  13. 13. Confirmed 2019-nCoV is defined as: A Confirmed case is defined as a suspected case with laboratory confirmation of 2019-nCoV infection (see below).
  14. 14. Laboratory diagnosis:  At this stage, the laboratory testing for 2019- nCoV is performed at the national public health lab ONLY.  Testing is performed to confirm a clinically suspected case and to screen contacts.  Interim guidance on laboratory testing issued by WHO is accessible at:
  15. 15.    The principles of infection prevention and control strategies with health care with suspected 2019-nCoV are:  1. Application of Standard Precautions for all patients.  2. Early recognition and source control.  3. Implementation of additional empiric precautions (droplet and contact and whenever applicable airborne precautions) for suspected cases.  4. Administrative controls.  5. Environmental and engineering controls. 4. INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL (IPC)
  16. 16. 4.1 Early recognition and source control.  •Encourage HCWs to have a high level of clinical suspicion.  •Activation of respiratory triage (see Appendix 4).  •Post signage reminding symptomatic patients to alert HCWs.  •Promotion of respiratory hygiene/ cough etiquette is an important preventative measure.  •Suspected 2019-nCoV patients should be placed in an area separate from other patients, and additional Infection Prevention and Control IPC (droplet and contact) precautions should be promptly implemented
  17. 17. Application of Standard Precautions for all patients - Standard Precautions include: • Correct and consistent use of available PPE and appropriate hand hygiene. • Perform hand hygiene before and after all patient contact, and after contact with respiratory secretions. • PPE effectiveness depends on adequate and regular supplies. • Adequate staff training and specifically appropriate human behavior. • Ensure that environmental cleaning and disinfection procedures are followed consistently and correctly. Thorough cleaning of environmental surfaces with water and detergent and applying commonly used hospital level disinfectants (such as sodium hypochlorite) is an effective and sufficient procedure. • Manage laundry, food service utensils and medical waste in accordance with safe routine procedures. • Prevention of needle-stick or sharps injury
  18. 18. Ensure the following respiratory hygiene measures  • Offer a medical /surgical mask for suspected 2019- nCoV infection for those who can tolerate it.  • Cover nose and mouth during coughing or sneezing with tissue or flexed elbow for others.
  19. 19. 4.3.1 Contact and Droplet precautions for suspected 2019-nCoV infection   :  In addition to Standard Precautions, all individuals, including family members, visitors and HCWs should apply Contact and Droplet precautions.  − Place patients in adequately ventilated single rooms.  − When single rooms are not available, cohort patients suspected of 2019-nCoV infection together (Place patient beds at least 1 meter apart, when possible, cohort HCWs to exclusively care for cases to reduce the risk of spreading transmission due to inadvertent infection control breaches).  − Use a medical mask with an eye/facial protection (i.e. goggles or a face shield).  − Use gloves and a clean, non-sterile, long-sleeved fluid resistant gown.  − Use either single use disposable equipment or dedicated equipment (e.g. stethoscopes, blood pressure cuffs and thermometers). If equipment needs to be shared among patients, clean and disinfect between each patient use (e.g. ethyl alcohol 70%).
  20. 20.  − Refrain from touching eyes, nose or mouth with potentially contaminated hands.  − Avoid the movement and transport of patients out of the room or area unless medically necessary.  − Use designated portable X-ray equipment and/or other important diagnostic equipment.  − If transport is required, use pre-determined transport routes to minimize exposures to staff, other patients and visitors and apply medical mask to patient.  − Ensure that HCWs who are transporting patients wear appropriate PPE as described in this section and perform hand hygiene.  − Notify the receiving area of necessary precautions as soon as possible before the patient’s arrival.  − Routinely clean and disinfect patient-contact surfaces.  − Limit the number of HCWs, family members and visitors in contact with a patient with suspected 2019-nCoV infection.  − Maintain a record of all persons entering the patient’s room including all staff and visitors.
  21. 21. .3.2 Airborne precautions for aerosol- generating procedures for suspected 2019-nCoV infection: 4.3.2 Airborne precautions for aerosol-generating procedures for suspected 2019-nCoV infection: Some aerosol generating procedures have been associated with increased risk of transmission of coronaviruses (SARS-CoV and MERS-CoV) such as tracheal intubation, non-invasive ventilation, tracheotomy, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, manual ventilation before intubation and bronchoscopy. HCWs performing aerosol-generating procedures should note the following: − Use a fit tested particulate respirator (certified N95). − Always perform the seal-check when putting on a disposable particulate respirator (certified N95), always perform the seal-check. − HCW that all available types of (N95) are not fit to him should be avoided from
  22. 22. aerosol-generating procedures or use PAPR. − Facial hair (beard) prevents proper respirator fit; either avoid aerosol-generating procedures or use PAPR. − Use eye protection (i.e. goggles or a face shield). − Clean, non-sterile, long-sleeved gown and gloves, if gowns are not fluid resistant, use a waterproof apron for procedures with expected high fluid volumes that might penetrate the gown. − Perform procedures in negative pressure rooms with at least 12 air changes per hour (ACH) and controlled direction of air flow when using mechanical ventilation. − Limit the number of persons present in the room to the absolute minimum required for the patient’s care and support
  23. 23. 4.5 Environmental and engineering controls  − Basic health-care facility infrastructures.  − Ensuring adequate environmental ventilation.  − Adequate environmental cleaning in all areas within a health-care facility.  − Terminal room cleaning at the time of discharge or transfer of patients.  − Physical separation of at least 1-meter distance should be maintained between each suspect patient and others.
  24. 24. Infection control in Healthcare Facilities:  The mode of transmission of 2019-nCoV remains unknown.  In general, the following are recommended:  1. Perform hand hygiene.  2. Visual triage at the entry point of the healthcare facility, for early identification of all patients with acute respiratory illness  3. Practice contact and droplet precautions while handling 2019-nCoV patient (suspected/ confirmed), or any related specimens  4. Practice additional precautions for aerosol-generating procedures; wear a fit- tested N95 mask, eye protection (i.e. goggles or a face shield), gloves and impermeable apron.  For further guidance, Infection control guidelines applied to MERS shall be consulted until further notice. The guidelines are available at:
  25. 25. Sample collection and transport  It is advised that lower respiratory specimens such as sputum, endotracheal aspirate, or bronchoalveolar lavage be used when possible. If patients do not have signs or symptoms of lower respiratory tract infection or lower tract specimens are not possible or clinically indicated, nasopharyngeal specimens should be collected (similar to MERS sample collection).  For assistance on sample transport, call the courier at 8006149999.  For further guidance, please consult the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome; guidelines for healthcare professionals (Appendix E Guidelines for MERS-CoV Sample Collection, Packaging and Shipping) available at:
  26. 26. Measures at Points of Entry (PoE):  Health control centers at PoE are required to visually screen travelers arriving (directly or indirectly) from China and refer suspected cases (as defined above) immediately to the regional public health department to take necessary action.  The World Health Organization does not recommend any additional health measures for travelers to and from the China. In the event that symptoms of a respiratory infection appear
  27. 27. Measures at Points of Entry (PoE):  before, during or after travel, the traveler is advised to seek medical care while sharing travel-related information with the medical service provider.  In order to ensure its ability to deal with suspected cases, it is required of all health control centers in the PoE assure the following:  1. Policies, procedures and supplies (including personal protection devices) and workers trained to assess and deal with suspected cases  2. Means for the exchange of information between the PoE operators and the health control centers in the ports, and between the health control centers in the ports and the program of the International Health Regulations at the Ministry.  3. Existing coordination to transfer suspected cases to appropriate health facilities for evaluation, diagnosis and treatment provision.  4. A functional public health emergency plan for the PoE.
  28. 28.  5. Procedures and supplies needed to disinfect and sterilize sites and tools that are expected to be contaminated during the management of suspected cases among travelers.  6. Health awareness facilities suitable for travelers, transport operators and operators working at the port.  7. In the event of a notification of a suspected case traveling on a ship or a plane, the operator of the means of transportation should provide the required information in accordance with the maritime health declaration (annex 8 of the International Health Regulations) or the general declaration of aircraft (annex 9 of the International Health Regulations ). The passenger identification form should be completed when there is a suspected case on the plane, and include contact information with the passenger, in accordance with the operational manuals of the International Air Transport Organization.
  29. 29. Reporting and Response  2019-2019-nCoV is an emerging pathogen and suspected cases must be reported  immediately through:  1. By calling 1937 to report a notifiable infectious disease AND  2. Through the Health Electronic Surveillance Network (HESN) under ”acute respiratory illness- unspecified”
  30. 30. Tips for travelers heading to areas where the 2019-nCoV was reported:  1. Avoid contact with animals (live or dead), animal products or visiting animal markets.  2. Avoid contact with people with respiratory symptoms.  3. If symptoms of a respiratory infection appear, you should:  a. Stay at home and avoid mixing with others.  b. Request health care, by contacting the health service by phone and provide them with travel history.  c. Doi not traveling while having symptoms.  d. Cover the mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing.  e. Clean hands by washing them for at least 20 seconds with soap and water, or with alcohol sterilizers.
  31. 31. Novel Coronavirus (2019nCoV) Form Date of initial notification: _____dd/_____mm/_______yyyy Animal Exposure: Did the patient have direct/ indirect contact with any animals within the last 14 days? Yes No Unknown If yes, please specify and describe the contact (when/where/extent) Did the patient visit any of the following locations where animals may be present within the last 14 day? Yes No Unknown If yes, check all that apply: Farm Petting zoo Agricultural event Live animal market Slaughterhouse Pet store Other:________________ Please describe (when/where/extent): Did the patient has any other occupation that regularly deals with animal? Yes, specify___________ No Unknown Note: APPENDIX 1 Novel Coronavirus (2019nCoV) Form Date of initial notification: _____dd/_____mm/_______yyyy Notification Name of who completed the form Contact number Date Email Hospital Name City At the time of this report, is the case? Confirmed Suspected Case under investigation Not a case Patient Information Full name Date of Birth _____dd/_____mm/_______yyyy Identification number: Marital status Occupation HCW Non- HCW_________ Sex Male Female Phone Number Age Address House No.:___________ Street name:________ District name:_____ City:________ Province/Region:_____ Education Clinical Information Date of symptoms onset _____/_____/_______ Symptoms Yes No Symptoms Yes No Fever ≥38º Nausea History of fever (not measured). Vomiting Sore throat Headache Runny nose Muscle pain Cough Joint pain Shortness of breath Diarrhea Other (specify): Hospitalization Information Is/was the patient hospitalized? Yes, Date of admission ____/_____/______ No
  32. 32. List of patient’s contacts Name of contact Relation to patient Last contact date City Sex Phone ____/___/____ Male Female ____/___/_____ Male Female ____/___/_____ Male Female ____/___/____ Male Female ____/___/____ Male Female ____/___/____ Male Female ____/___/____ Male Female ____/___/____ Male Female ____/___/____ Male Female ____/___/____ Male Female For follow up of contacts, use the contact tracking form to collect additional information. APPENDIX 3 Contact Tracing Form Novel Coronavirus Name of the contact: ___________________ ID/ Iqama number: ____________________ Age: ________ Nationality: _________________ Phone #:_____________________ Daily Contact Follow-Up Form 1 Day after last exposure ________/_____/________ 2 Day after last exposure ________/_____/________ 3 Day after last exposure ________/_____/________ 4 Day after last exposure ________/_____/________ 5 Day after last exposure _______/_____/________ No symptoms Fever_____ F Shortness of breath Sore throat Cough Headache Muscle/joint pain Diarrhea _____ times/day Vomiting/nausea Runny nose Others_______________ No symptoms Fever_____ F Shortness of breath Sore throat Cough Headache Muscle/joint pain Diarrhea _____ times/day Vomiting/nausea Runny nose Others_______________ No symptoms Fever_____ F Shortness of breath Sore throat Cough Headache Muscle/joint pain Diarrhea _____ times/day Vomiting/nausea Runny nose Others_______________ No symptoms Fever_____ F Shortness of breath Sore throat Cough Headache Muscle/joint pain Diarrhea _____ times/day Vomiting/nausea Runny nose Others_______________ No symptoms Fever_____ F Shortness of breath Sore throat Cough Headache Muscle/joint pain Diarrhea _____ times/day Vomiting/nausea Runny nose Others_______________ 6 Day after last exposure ________/_____/________ 7 Day after last exposure ________/_____/________ 8 Day after last exposure ________/_____/________ 9 Day after last exposure ________/_____/________ 10 Day after last exposure ________/_____/________ No symptoms Fever_____ F Shortness of breath Sore throat Cough Headache Muscle/joint pain Diarrhea _____ times/day Vomiting/nausea Runny nose Others_______________ No symptoms Fever_____ F Shortness of breath Sore throat Cough Headache Muscle/joint pain Diarrhea _____ times/day Vomiting/nausea Runny nose Others_______________ No symptoms Fever_____ F Shortness of breath Sore throat Cough Headache Muscle/joint pain Diarrhea _____ times/day Vomiting/nausea Runny nose Others_______________ No symptoms Fever_____ F Shortness of breath Sore throat Cough Headache Muscle/joint pain Diarrhea _____ times/day Vomiting/nausea Runny nose Others_______________ No symptoms Fever_____ F Shortness of breath Sore throat Cough Headache Muscle/joint pain Diarrhea _____ times/day Vomiting/nausea Runny nose Others_______________ 11 Day after last exposure ________/_____/________ 12 Day after last exposure ________/_____/________ 13 Day after last exposure ________/_____/________ 14 Day after last exposure ________/_____/________ No symptoms Fever_____ F Shortness of breath Sore throat Cough Headache Muscle/joint pain Diarrhea _____ times/day Vomiting/nausea Runny nose Others_______________ No symptoms Fever_____ F Shortness of breath Sore throat Cough Headache Muscle/joint pain Diarrhea _____ times/day Vomiting/nausea Runny nose Others_______________ No symptoms Fever_____ F Shortness of breath Sore throat Cough Headache Muscle/joint pain Diarrhea _____ times/day Vomiting/nausea Runny nose Others_______________ No symptoms Fever_____ F Shortness of breath Sore throat Cough Headache Muscle/joint pain Diarrhea _____ times/day Vomiting/nausea Runny nose Others_______________ Note Region: _____________ Public Health Investigator: ________________________________ APPENDIX 4
  33. 33. Visual Triage Checklist Visual Triage Checklist for Acute Respiratory Illness Date: Time MRN: Points (adults) Score A. Clinical symptom/sign Fever >/= 37.8 1 Cough (New or worsening) 1 Shortness of breath (New or worsening) 1 Sore throat and/or runny nose 1 B. Risk of exposure to 2019- nCoV A history of travel to China in the last 14 days prior to symptom onset 5 Total Score * Patient or household A SCORE ≥ 6, PLACE PATIENT IN AN ISOLATION ROOM AND INFORM MD FOR ASSESSMENT 2019-nCoV TESTING SHOULD BE DONE ONLY ACCORDING TO CASE DEFINITION Staff name: _____________________ ID number: __________________
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