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There is one clinical trial.
Lung ultrasound (LUS) has also been shown to be more accurate than chest x-ray in identifying pulmonary consolidation and pulmonary edema, both of which are found in patients with COVID. The investigators hypothesize implementation of LUS by hospitalists in the management of suspected or diagnosed patients with COVID-19 will reduce the need for Chest CT and chest x-ray, thereby conserving PPE, reducing risk of transmission to technicians and conserving the resources of radiology services that would otherwise be overwhelmed by patients with COVID-19 in need of chest imaging. Using the methods of implementation science, the investigators propose to respond to the urgent need for rapid implementation of LUS by hospitalists in management of adult patients hospitalized for COVID. Aim 1a: Using a rapid-cycle weekly Plan-Do-Study-Act cycle and Rapid Iterative RE-AIM, to optimize the implementation of LUS by adult hospitalists in the management of COVID-19 patients in a pilot study Aim 1b: Evaluate this pilot implementation of LUS by adult hospitalists using the Reach, Effectiveness, Adoption, Implementation, and Maintenance (RE-AIM) framework.
Description: number of hospitalists who obtain lung ultrasound in their patients with COVIDMeasure: Adoption of lung ultrasound by hospitalists caring for patients with COVID Time: 1 year
Description: percentage of patients with COVID who receive a lung ultrasoundMeasure: Percentage of patients with COVID who receive a lung ultrasound Time: 1 year
Description: Compare number of chest x-rays obtained in patients with COVID prior to lung ultrasound implementation intervention versus afterMeasure: Chest x-ray utilization Time: 1 year
Description: Expert adjudication of the adequacy of images, interpretation and clinical decision-making using lung ultrasoundMeasure: Adequacy of Lung ultrasound images, interpretation and clinical decision-making as measured by a lung ultrasound expert Time: 1 year
Description: Compare inpatient mortality of patients with COVID prior to lung ultrasound implementation versus after adjusted for risk factorsMeasure: Inpatient mortality Time: 1 year
Description: Feasibility of using lung ultrasound as measured by a validated survey completed by hospitalistsMeasure: Lung ultrasound Feasibility score Time: 1 year
Data processed on December 13, 2020.
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