Standardized acute care doctors training on the emerging pandemic of coronavirus pneumonia

Authors

  • Umesh Yadav B&C Medical College Teaching Hospital and Research Center, Birtamode, Jhapa, Nepal https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8202-8733
  • Awan Kumar B&C Medical College Teaching Hospital and Research Center, Birtamode, Jhapa, Nepal
  • Amrita Kumari Yadav B&C Medical College Teaching Hospital and Research Center, Birtamode, Jhapa, Nepal
  • Ujwal Deo B&C Medical College Teaching Hospital and Research Center, Birtamode, Jhapa, Nepal
  • Bimal Yadav B&C Medical College Teaching Hospital and Research Center, Birtamode, Jhapa, Nepal
  • Sanjay Roy B&C Medical College Teaching Hospital and Research Center, Birtamode, Jhapa, Nepal
  • Jyoti Das B&C Medical College Teaching Hospital and Research Center, Birtamode, Jhapa, Nepal
  • Harishankar Yadav B&C Medical College Teaching Hospital and Research Center, Birtamode, Jhapa, Nepal

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3126/mjen.v1i1.45861

Keywords:

Emerging pandemic, intensive care medicine, clinical practice, prevention

Abstract

The novel corona virus pneumonia epidemic poses a serious challenge to the medical and health systems of all nations in the world, especially discovering the severe shortage of intensive care medical professionals. Although our country’s intensive care medicine physicians have played a primary part in the combat against the epidemic, some problems have been debunked in the training of intensive care medicine personnel; equally there is inadequacy of standardized intensive care medicine training platform, and the lack of integrated training content and training format.

Relatively single, insufficient preparations for responding to public health emergencies etc, Based on the actual experience of epidemic prevention and control and the treatment of critically ill patients, this article recommend that standardized training of resident physicians for critical care medicine should be carried out, the training content should be standardized, the combination of theory and clinical practice should be enhanced, the comprehensive quality of resident physicians should be improved, and the training methods should be expanded and strengthened. "Construction of a demand and capacity model for intensive care and hospital". These measures can make the critical care team become a professional team with a feel of social importance, which is of great acceptation for the long-term progress of critical care medicine, for the Nepalese medical system to easily respond to public health emergencies, and improve the comprehensive diagnosis and treatment capabilities of emergency and critical diseases. Excess deaths associated with COVID-19 are a direct result of the inadequate capacity of intensive care units and hospital beds.

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Author Biographies

Umesh Yadav, B&C Medical College Teaching Hospital and Research Center, Birtamode, Jhapa, Nepal

Department of Cardiology

Awan Kumar, B&C Medical College Teaching Hospital and Research Center, Birtamode, Jhapa, Nepal

Department of Cardiology

Amrita Kumari Yadav, B&C Medical College Teaching Hospital and Research Center, Birtamode, Jhapa, Nepal

Department of Cardiology

Ujwal Deo, B&C Medical College Teaching Hospital and Research Center, Birtamode, Jhapa, Nepal

Department of Cardiology

Bimal Yadav, B&C Medical College Teaching Hospital and Research Center, Birtamode, Jhapa, Nepal

Department of Cardiology

Sanjay Roy, B&C Medical College Teaching Hospital and Research Center, Birtamode, Jhapa, Nepal

Department of Cardiology

Jyoti Das, B&C Medical College Teaching Hospital and Research Center, Birtamode, Jhapa, Nepal

Department of Cardiology

Harishankar Yadav, B&C Medical College Teaching Hospital and Research Center, Birtamode, Jhapa, Nepal

Department of Cardiology

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Published

2022-06-17

How to Cite

Yadav, U., Kumar, A., Yadav, A. K., Deo, U., Yadav, B., Roy, S., Das, J., & Yadav, H. (2022). Standardized acute care doctors training on the emerging pandemic of coronavirus pneumonia. Medical Journal of Eastern Nepal, 1(1), 38–45. https://doi.org/10.3126/mjen.v1i1.45861

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