Mohamed Zidi1.2.3, Sara Idmane1,2* and Kenza Benouhoud1
1Ophthalmologist at Nour Ophthalmology Clinic, Casablanca, Morocco
2Professor at International University of Casablanca UIC, Morocco
3CEO of Nour Ophthalmology Clinic, Morocco
*Corresponding Author: Sara Idmane, Ophthalmologist at Nour Ophthalmology Clinic, Casablanca and Professor at International University of Casablanca UIC, Morocco.
Received: April 08, 2021; Published: April 24, 2021<
The coronavirus COVID 19 is a highly contagious disease, and with the gradual return to normal life, a second wave of contamination, endangering the lives of the elderly, especially in countries where access to the specific vaccine against the virus remains limited. We report our experience at Nour Ophthalmology clinic about the management of patients during this pandemic.
Keywords:Coronavirus; Covid-19; Specific Vaccine; Measles Vaccine
During the Covid-19 pandemic the management of the flow of patients inside the Nour Ophthalmology Clinic became highly coded by requiring several rules in order to minimize the risk of contamination and spread of the virus.
Only patients are admitted to the clinic, for that, a specially equipped outdoor waiting room is dedicated to accompanying persons (Figure 1 and 2).
Patients are offered a protective medical gown, a clog and an FFP2 mask at the entrance (Figure 3).
Protection of the paramedical staff (Figure 4 and 5).
Patients requiring surgery should provide a PCR test and chest x-ray, to benefit from a good treatment avoiding the stress of contamination to the surgeon.
Citation: Sara Idmane., et al. “The Management of the Ophthalmologic Care of Patients during the Second Wave of the Covid 19".Acta Scientific Ophthalmology 4.5 (2021): 142-145.
Copyright: © 2021 Sara Idmane., et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.