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Treatment Of Covid-19 In Libya

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by an incipiently discovered coronavirus. This virus is mainly transmitted through droplets engendered when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or exhales. These droplets are too cumbersomely hefty to hang in the air, and expeditiously fall on floors or surfaces. You can be infected by inhaling the virus if you are within close proximity of someone who has COVID-19, or by physically contacting a contaminated surface and then your ocular perceivers, nasal perceiver or mouth. Most people who fall sick with COVID-19 will experience mild to mitigate symptoms and instauration without special treatment. If you feel sick you should repose, drink plenty of fluid, and orally consume nutritious victuals. Stay in a separate room from other family members, and utilize a dedicated bathroom if possible. Clean and disinfect frequently physically contacted surfaces. Everyone should keep a salubrious lifestyle at home. Maintain a salubrious diet, slumber, stay active, and make convivial contact with doted ones through the phone or internet. Children need extra love and attention from adults during arduous times. Keep to customary routines and schedules as much as possible. It is mundane to feel doleful, stressed, or perplexed during a crisis. If you feel inundated, verbalize with a health worker or counsellor. The Treatment of Covid-19 in Libya are following the stringent rules and regulations as to Number of expeditious replication teams managed by NCDC is very low for 3 regions to the country. Overall lack of personal protective equipment across the country. Circumscribed number of PCR test kits required for COVID-19 testing. Perpetual delays in salary payments for health workers minimizing any motivation. Absence of expeditious track procedures to clear and relinquish imported humanitarian assistance cognate health supplies. There are denouements of negative impact of COVID-19 on other accommodations such as immunization, suspension of prenatal check-ups, NCD treatment accommodations like dialysis, physical therapy and emergency care. Enhance emergency replication mechanisms. Inculcate and actively communicate with the public through risk communication and community engagement. Enhance active case finding, contact tracing and monitoring; quarantine of contacts and isolation of cases. Implement COVID-19 surveillance utilizing subsisting respiratory disease surveillance systems and hospital-predicated surveillance. Train staff in IPC and clinical management concretely for COVID-19 Prepare for surge in health care facility needs, including respiratory support and PPE. Test all individuals meeting the suspect case definition. Considerations in the investigation of cases and clusters of COVID-19.  Clinical management of rigorous acute respiratory infections when novel coronavirus is suspected. Screen and triage patients at all points of access to the health system.  Care for all suspected and corroborated patients according to disease astringency and acute care needs. Yare hospitals for surge. Yare communities for surge, including by establishing community facilities for isolation of mild/moderate cases.  Test suspect COVID-19 cases according to diagnostic strategy. Isolation/cohorting in health facilities, if resources sanction; community facilities like stadiums, gymnasiums, hotels with access to expeditious health advice; self-isolation at home according to WHO guidance. For moderate cases with risk factors, and all astringent/critical cases: Hospitalization with congruous isolation and cohorting.The Treatment of Covid-19 in Libya is peer reviewed journals works to publish most reliable and complete source of information regarding advance discoveries and development in the path of Treatment of Covid-19 in Libya

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