|D020141||Hemostatic Disorders NIH||0.26|
|D001778||Blood Coagulation Disorders NIH||0.26|
There is one clinical trial.
The current Sars-CoV-2 (COVID-19) pandemic has created major changes in how physicians perform routine healthcare for our patients, including elective and non-elective surgical procedures. Beginning on March 16th, 2020 Northwell Health postponed all elective surgeries. As the incidence of COVID-19 cases begins to decrease and hospital volume improves we need to ensure the safety of our patients planning surgical procedures. However, at this time there is a scarcity of data regarding the COVID-19 test conversion rate in surgical patients. Our goal is to determine the COVID-19 test conversion rate in these patients to better guide strategies for restarting surgical care in a large-scale pandemic. Patients will be routinely tested with serology and PCR for COVID-19 24-48 hours prior to their scheduled surgery. Those who provide informed consent will be re-tested 12-16 days after discharge from the hospital to determine any potential nosocomial infection rate. Patients will also answer a few questions during their retest to allow the study team to gauge exposure risk postoperatively after leaving the hospital.
Description: Patients that have negative pre-operative testing that convert to positive testing 14 days post-dischargeMeasure: COVID-19 Test Conversion Time: 14 days
Description: Days from hospital admission to discharge.Measure: Duration of Hospitalization Time: 14 days
Description: Patients will be asked to describe if they have had any exposure to COVID-19 positive persons after their hospital stay.Measure: Rate of self-reported COVID-19 exposure Time: 14 days
Description: If patients contract COVID-19 during the postoperative period, what complications occur?Measure: Rate of complications from COVID-19 Time: 14 days
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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