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Assist Inferm Ric ; 39(3):122-129, 2020.
Article | WHO COVID | ID: covidwho-881246

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The reorganization of the strategies of a surgical department and the nosocomial diffusion of Covid-19 INTRODUCTION: During the SARS-CoV2 pandemic, preventive measures and patients' selection were adopted to allow the treatment of non-deferrable oncological and trauma cases and to contain hospital diffusion of the virus The reorganization of the ward management associated to the training of healthcare providers are the first available interventions AIM: To describe the interventions implemented to limit the spread of virus during the peak of pandemic in a high daily turn-over 25 beds surgical ward (9 patient admitted per day/mean duration of hospital stay 2 3 days) METHOD: Description of the interventions implemented and of the admissions from March 9 to May 18 2020, and the swab results RESULTS: 392 patients were treated in the period considered (342 were scheduled cases - 50 urgent cases;364 were adults and 28 children) All scheduled patients underwent a screening survey, 5% of those contacted showed a risk factor at the interview and were rescheduled;190 patients underwent a preoperative screening swab, all with negative results None of healthcare providers was positive to swabs CONCLUSIONS: The prompt application of preventive measures and patients screening (preoperative interview and screening swab) possibly allowed to control the spread of SARS-CoV2 in our hospital Sharing our experience would allow to find consensus to guarantee the safety for patients and healthcare workers

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British Journal of Psychotherapy ; 36(3):361-363, 2020.
Article | WHO COVID | ID: covidwho-824831
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J Womens Health (Larchmt) ; 2020.
Article | WHO COVID | ID: covidwho-811361

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Intimate partner violence (IPV)-defined as physical, psychological, sexual, and/or economic violence typically experienced by women at home and perpetrated by their partners or expartners-is a pervasive form of violence that destroys women's feelings of love, trust, and self-esteem, with important negative consequences on physical and psychological health Many reports from several countries have underlined a remarkable increase in the cases of IPV during the COVID-19 emergency In this opinion article, we discussed the hypothesis that such an increase may be related to the restrictive measures enacted to contain the pandemic, including women's forced cohabitation with the abusive partner, as well as the exacerbation of partners' pre-existing psychological disorders during the lockdown In addition, we retrospectively analyzed some data derived from our practice in a public Italian referral center for sexual and domestic violence (Service for Sexual and Domestic Violence [SVSeD]) These data interestingly revealed an opposite trend, that is, a decrease in the number of women who sought assistance since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak Such a reduction should be interpreted as a negative consequence of the pandemic-related restrictive measures Although necessary, these measures reduced women's possibilities of seeking help from antiviolence centers and/or emergency services Owing to the COVID-19 outbreak, there is an urgent need for developing and implementing alternative treatment options for IPV victims (such as online and phone counseling and telemedicine), as well as training programs for health care professionals, especially those employed in emergency departments, to facilitate early detection of IPV

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Hand Surg Rehabil ; 39(4): 332-333, 2020 09.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-165320
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