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Healthcare workers are the front line of fight against COVID-19 outbreak. As this pandemic is progressing new methods of screening and diagnosis, treatment protocols, as well as resource management methods are generated globally. We are gathering information to share and provide for you on regular basis. Please check this page for updates, and share with us any resources you have found useful via email. All resources are open access. We are very thankful for your heroic efforts, and look up to you!




Practical Tools

Personal Protective Equipment

How To Keep COVID-19 Out Of Your Home

Simple Respiratory Mask - Homemade cotton face masks are imperfect but may be a better-than-nothing option. Here's how to make one.

N95 Filtering Facepiece Respirator Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI) Process for Decontamination and ReuseUniversity of Nebraska's procedure for decontaminating and reusing N95 FFRs


Evaluation of Five Decontamination Methods for Filtering Facepiece RespiratorsAn evaluation of five decontamination methods (UVGI, ethylene oxide, vaporized hydrogen peroxide, microwave oven irradiation, and bleach) using nine models of NIOSH-certified respirators (three models each of N95 FFRs, surgical N95 respirators, and P100 FFRs)

PPE Burn Rate Calculator – Calculator to estimate the remaining supply of PPE based on the average consumption rate

Vent, Anesthesia

Intensive Care

Quick ICU Training - An online tool that provides quick, accessible learning resources and reference materials for physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists, and other clinicians who are upskilling, renewing, or reviewing their knowledge and skill for redeployment to critical care during the COVID-19 global pandemic

A Seattle Intensivist's One-pager on COVID-19 - One-page guide to CoVID-19 on its presentation, diagnosis, and treatment in the ICU

Suggested COVID + ARDS Ventilator Management - Ventilator management in an easy-to-follow algorithm

Preliminary observations on the ventilatory management of COVID-19 patients - Empirical observations from an intensivist in Italy regarding pulmonary patterns in patients w/ COVID-19 and recommendations for treatment

Surg, EM


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