ANNOUNCEMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL: CONTINUOUS INFORMATION ABOUT COVID-19 PANDIMIA.

31 March 2020 0
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The Hellenic Accosiation of Endoscopic Surgery considers it its duty to continuously inform all its members and all colleagues in the Greek Medical Community, regarding the constantly provided information, studies, announcements and instructions of the international surgery – and not only – community, and in particular of the General and Endoscopic Surgery Companies, in relation to the galloping Covid-19 pandemic.

It is a fact that the events taking place on a domestic and global scale are forcing us to be vigilant about the timely and continuous information of surgeons and staff, with the aim of protecting them and our patients from the multiple manifestations of its manifestations. virus during surgery and endoscopic surgery.

There are currently no new data on the contagion and spread of the virus during “open” or laparoscopic procedures, the use of filters and the increased personal precautionary measures. Nevertheless, the above-mentioned issues and questions are under constant study and scientific research, and it is possible that very soon VASSIMA results and instructions will be announced, in which the EEEX will take a position and draw similar conclusions.

Following the decision of the Board of Directors, EEEX will continuously and uninterruptedly present all the most up-to-date publications and studies, from the most reputable scientific centers and companies, magazines and websites with the aim of informing you immediately and continuously.

The update will take place in PRESENT ANNOUNCEMENT on our website with updates.

CHAIRMAN: S. Kapiris and the other members of the Board:

A DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: G. Tzovaras

B DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: F. Archontovasilis

SECRETARY GENERAL: G. Sabalis

SPECIAL SECRETARY: G. Agiomamitis

TREASURER:V. Drakopoulos

CONSULTANTS: D. Theodorou-M. Papoudos- N. Georgopoulos

LINKS INTERVENTION OF PUBLICATIONS-INFORMATION-SCIENCES OF STABILITIES:

HELLENIC SURGERY COMPANY: I NEED COVID-19 INFORMATION: INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE REGISTRATION OF SURGICAL SURGERY SURGERY

SAGES AND EAES RECOMMENDATIONS REGARDING SURGICAL RESPONSE TO COVID-19 CRISIS

Intercollegiate General Surgery Guidance on COVID-19 UPDATE

American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: COVID-19 Clinical Insights for Our Community of Gastroenterologists and Gastroenterology Care Providers

Practical recommendations for critical care and anesthesiology teams caring for novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) patients

SAGES: RESOURCES FOR SMOKE & GAS EVACUATION DURING OPEN, LAPAROSCOPIC, AND ENDOSCOPIC PROCEDURES

Minimally invasive surgery and the novel coronavirus outbreak: lessons learned in China and Italy

 

UPDATE April 2, 2020

Important Post on Nature: NEW DATA FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF YOUR COVID 19 TO BODY WATER / EXPRESSIONS »

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-020-2196-x

Where the full article in PDF format:

Virological assessment of hospitalized patients with COVID-2019

The important elements listed in the above article-study are:

“The SARS-CoV-2 virus (which causes COVID-19) is NOT detected in the blood or urine. In addition, no living viruses (capable of causing infection) are detected in the stool, except for the virus RNA. The presence of RNA material of the virus in the stool (non-living viruses) is explained by the ingestion of secretions of the upper respiratory tract or the possible multiplication of the virus but its conversion into NON-LOIMOGON form from its contact with intestinal secretions. COMMENTARY: Non-detection of live viruses in the blood and feces makes it very unlikely that COVID-19 will be transmitted by intraperitoneal sublimation / aerosol. ”

UPDATE April 22, 2020

Important Post in JMIG: “Understanding the“ Scope ”of the Problem: Why Laparoscopy is Considered Safe During the COVID-19 Pandemic”

https://www.jmig.org/article/S1553-4650(20)30171-0/fulltext

Where the full article in PDF format:

Understanding the “Scope” of the Problem: Why Laparoscopy is Considered Safe During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The important elements listed in the above article-study are:

“We believe laparoscopy offers the opportunity for better containment and filtration of surgical gas and plume compared to laparotomy, and continues to offer vastly more health benefits, especially during COVID-19 pandemic and when valuable PPE and hospital resources as well as minimizing viral exposure risks are so critical to mitigating this public health crisis. ”


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