Last update: April 17, 2020
We believe that tests and procedures which require entering/exiting rooms and moving between patients requiring PPE use should undergo heavy scrutiny, and perhaps be deferred unless there is a compelling medical indication. The overarching concern is the conservation of PPE. The list includes:
We also believe in limiting unnecessary PPE-requiring interactions with patients to only those with a compelling medical indication, including:
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