Flowchart for the Management of Suspected COVID-19 Patients at the First Level of Care and in Remote Areas in the Region of the Americas, July 2020
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This document offers an algorithm for the management of COVID-19 patients at the first level of care and in remote areas, with a focus on early case identification based on severity, and timely indications of remission. The flowchart incorporates the results of a process that included a review of the evidence and validation by experts in the Region. It is subject to revision as new evidence becomes available.
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