During the COVID-19 pandemic, surgical departments were forced to re-schedule their activity giving priority to urgent procedures and non-deferrable oncological cases. There is a lack of evidence-based literature providing clinical and organizational guidelines for the management of a general surgery department. Aim of our study was to review the available recommendations published by general Surgery Societies and Health Institutions and evaluate the underlying Literature.

International Guidelines And Recommendations For Surgery During Covid-19 Pandemic: A Systematic Review

Moletta, Lucia;Pierobon, Elisa Sefora;Capovilla, Giovanni
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Costantini, Mario;Salvador, Renato;Merigliano, Stefano;Valmasoni, Michele
2020

Abstract

During the COVID-19 pandemic, surgical departments were forced to re-schedule their activity giving priority to urgent procedures and non-deferrable oncological cases. There is a lack of evidence-based literature providing clinical and organizational guidelines for the management of a general surgery department. Aim of our study was to review the available recommendations published by general Surgery Societies and Health Institutions and evaluate the underlying Literature.
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