Handbook of Covid-19 Prevention and Treatment

You can read the handbook online or download it for free.

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In order to win this inevitable battle and fight against COVID-19, we must work together and share our experiences around the world. The First Affiliated Hospital, Zhejiang University School of Medicine has treated 104 patients with confirmed COVID-19 in the past 50 days, and their experts wrote real treatment experience when combating the virus night and day, and quickly published this Handbook of COVID-19 Prevention and Treatment, expecting to share their invaluable practical advice and references with medical staff around the world. This handbook compared and analyzed the experience of other experts in China, and provides good reference to key departments such as hospital infection management, nursing, and outpatient clinics. This handbook provides comprehensive guidelines and best practices by China’s top experts for coping with COVID-19.

This handbook focuses on the real-time hotspots of the COVID-19 epidemic. It provides detailed and comprehensive answers to potential questions for diagnosing and treating patients in different types, which are extremely helpful reference for medical workers in other countries currently in the early stages of the outbreak. Key contents including:

  • Technical strategies for preventing and treatment of the epidemic
  • Treatment methods to treat the critically ill
  • Efficient clinical decision-making strategies for frontline medical experts

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The Jack Ma Foundation and Alibaba Foundation jointly established the Global MediXchange for Combating COVID-19 (GMCC) program, with the support of Alibaba Cloud Intelligence and Alibaba Health, to help combat the global outbreak of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. This platform was established to facilitate continued communication and collaboration across borders, as well as to provide the necessary computing capabilities and data intelligence to empower pivotal research efforts. The platform can provide frontline medical teams with the necessary communication channels to share practical experience and information about fighting the pandemic.

“Now, we can’t beat this virus unless we share our resources, know-how and hard-earned lessons.”

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