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Guide de déclassement des établissements de soins Ebola

Organisation Mondiale de la Santé OMS, (2015)


Pour répondre au besoin urgent de lits requis pour traiter les patients atteints d'Ebola, plusieurs établissements ont été reconfigurés pour prendre en charge, isoler et traiter les patients. Nombre d’entre eux ont été construits au sein d’hôpitaux, d’écoles ou de bâtiments existants utilisés pour d’ autres activités avant l’épidémie.
http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/181165/1/...


Learning from the Ebola Response in cities: Responding in the context of quarantine

Campbell, L, Eds.: ALNAP, (2017)


This paper brings together lessons from interviews with humanitarians and local responders, as well as existing literature, about the use of quarantine in urban environments during the humanitarian response to the Ebola Crisis
http://www.alnap.org/pool/files/alnap-urban-2017-e...


Infection Control Assessment Tool for Primary Health Care Facilities

SIAPS, Eds.: USAID, (2013)


Nosocomial or health-facility-acquired infections are a serious issue, representing one of the most significant causes of morbidity and mortality in healthcare systems and consuming many scarce resources, especially in developing countries. Although much has been done, particularly in the hospital setting, to reduce the risk of these infections, the problem persists and demands innovative and cost-efficient solutions. Although the care provided in most primary health care facilities is predominantly ambulatory with few or no inpatient beds, infection prevention is still important to minimize or eliminate the risks of facility-acquired infections and assure quality patient care. Health facilities and hospitals should have written infection control procedures and guidelines in place and should also be monitoring that these procedures are adhered to in both inpatient and ambulatory care settings.
http://apps.who.int/medicinedocs/documents/s21697e...


Maladie à virus Ebola pendant la grossesse: dépistage et prise en charge des cas d’Ebola, des contacts et des survivants

Organisation Mondiale de la Santé OMS, (2015)


Recommandations provisoires. Néanmoins, les femmes enceintes atteintes d’une maladie à virus Ebola évolutive et celles ayant survécu à une telle maladie sans perdre l’enfant à naître sont susceptibles de transmettre le virus pendant l’accouchement et/ou la prise en charge des éventuelles complications obstétricales
http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/187493/1/...


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