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Are you a rural provider with a question related to COVID-19? Ask REAKT.
REAKT is a personalized service for rural providers dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. Volunteers respond to specific questions posed by providers, which may involve evidence review and summary, sourcing existing resources such as pre-printed order sets, or sharing ideas and innovations. Responses are rapid and sent directly to the provider making the request as well as contributing to an expanding online library of resources.
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- Are there decontamination best-practices for healthcare workers leaving the workspace? (Updated 12 Apr 2020)
- Given the potential for rapid decompensation, which rural COVID 19 patients with mild symptoms should be considered for early transport to larger centres? (Updated 10 Apr 2020)
- What are some best practices for transitioning to virtual (telemedicine) service? (Updated 10 Apr 2020)
- Are there alternative sedation protocols for ventilated patients if there is a shortage of common medications? (Updated 10 Apr 2020)
- Is there a flowchart for steps for oxygenation? (Updated 9 Apr 2020)
- What tests/labs should be ordered urgently and emergently in non-COVID-19 patients? (Updated 8 Apr 2020)
- How likely is a patient with COVID-19-like symptoms and hypoxia but negative chest X-ray (CXR) to have COVID-19? (updated 8 Apr 2020)
- What is the evidence around various pressors in COVID-19-related hypotension? (updated 8 Apr 2020)
- What therapies are considered Aerosol-Generating Medical Procedures (AGMPs)? (updated 30 Mar 2020)
REAKT is a service provided by the Rural Coordination Centre of BC (RCCbc) and the UBC Division of Continuing Professional Development’s Rural Program (RCPD).