Modification of Standard Operating Procedures at the Emergency Department in Brunei During the Second-Wave Outbreak of COVID-19; a Letter to Editor
Archives of Academic Emergency Medicine,
Vol. 11 No. 1 (2023),
15 Aban 2022
Following 457 days without local transmission, the second wave of COVID-19 hit Brunei Darussalam in August 2021. This warranted the Emergency Department (ED) at Raja-Isteri-Pengiran-Anak-Saleha Hospital to revise standard operating procedures (SOPs). Emergency Department Operations Centre was re-activated, managing ED operations, logistics, personal protective equipment (PPE) provisions, and communication with other Health Facility operation centers.
- 3-D Zone-separation approach
- influenza-like illness
- Spatial Team-Based Rostering System
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