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Join Hands to Flatten the Curve

The outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus calls for critical preparedness and rapid response from the Governments. The number of cases is still increasing and the World Health Organisation has urged the affected countries to issue strict guidelines to stop it from further transmission. HCAH aims to bring you credible information and help in this difficult time. Our helpline numbers are open for any query or assistance required. SAVE THE NUMBER: 1800-102-4224

1. What is COVID-19? What are its symptoms?
Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses such as Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS). As per World Health Organisation (WHO), Coronaviruses are zoonotic, meaning they are transmitted between animals and people. The novel coronavirus (nCoV) is a new strain first identified in Wuhan, China in 2019 that has not been previously identified in humans. So the name nCoVid19.

Most people affected by Coronavirus will experience mild to moderate symptoms like:
- Fever
- Cough
- Difficulty in breathing
The symptoms can take 2-14 days to appear. Hence, taking preventive measures is important.

2. How does it spread?

– It can spread through droplets of saliva or discharge from the nose when an infected person coughs or sneezes.
–  If a person touches a surface or object that has been infected by the virus and then touches his own mouth, nose, or eyes, he may get infected.

3. What precautions to take?
The best way to prevent and slow down transmission is be well informed about the COVID-19 virus, the disease it causes and how it spreads. Follow the guidelines laid down by WHO or Ministry of Health of India.
These are the few precautions everyone is urged to take:

– Wash your hands regularly with soap and water or an alcohol-based hand rub.
– Avoid touching your mouth,nose and eyes as much as possible.
– Cover your mouth with a disposable tissue or your bent elbow whenever sneezing or coughing.
– Wear a mask if you are showing symptoms.
– Maintain social distancing. Do not gather in large crowds.
– Stay at home if you are showing signs. Do not go to the hospital. Call the helplines provided*

*You can call HCAH’s helpline number 1800-102-4224 and do tele-consultations with doctors.

4. Who is at the most risk?

Older people and those with underlying medical problems like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, and cancer are more likely to develop serious illness.

5. Is there a vaccine available for Coronavirus?

At present, there is no vaccine for the virus.



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Advisory for Home Quarantine
According to instructions released by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, a person living in the same household as someone who has caught the novel coronavirus must be quarantined. Home quarantine applies for the following groups and members of their household:
- Close contacts of confirmed cases of COVID-19.
- People who have been in countries covered by the quarantine decision.
People who are in quarantine and who develop symptoms of respiratory infection should be in-home isolation until they are healthy, and for a minimum of 14 days after quarantine began. Home Quarantine is to protect you and your “Loved Ones”. Please follow the below mentioned Do’s and Don’ts as mentioned below.

1. Stay in a well-ventilated single-room preferably with an attached/separate toilet. If another family member needs to stay in the same room, it’s advisable to maintain a distance of at least 1 meter between the two.
2. Stay away from elderly people, pregnant women, children & persons with co-morbidities within the household.
3. Wash hand as often thoroughly with soap and water or with alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
4. Wear a surgical mask all the time. The mask should be changed every 6-8 hours and disposed of. Disposable masks are never to be reused.
5. If symptoms appear (cough/fever/difficulty in breathing), he/she should immediately inform the nearest health center.
6. Masks used by patients/caregivers/ close contacts during home care should be disinfected using ordinary bleach solution (5%) or sodium hypochlorite solution (1%) and then disposed of either by burning or deep burial.
7. Clean & Disinfect frequently touched surfaces like bed-frames, doorknobs, Toilet surfaces, etc.
8. Clean the clothes and other linen used by the person separately using common household detergent and air-dry.

1. Avoid any social/religious gathering e.g. wedding, condolences, etc.
2. Avoid using any Public Transport.
3. Avoid touching eyes, nose & mouth with unwashed hands.
4. Avoid sharing household items e.g. dishes, drinking glasses, cups, eating utensils, towels, bedding, or other items with other people at home.
5. Avoid taking medicines without consulting doctor.
Instructions for Family Members of Home Quarantined
- Only an assigned family member should be tasked with taking care of the such person
- Avoid shaking the soiled linen or direct contact with skin
- Use disposable gloves when cleaning the surfaces or handling soiled linen
- Wash hands after removing gloves
- Visitors should not be allowed
- In case the person being quarantined becomes symptomatic, all his close contacts will be home quarantined (for 14 days) and followed up for an additional 14days or till the report of such case turns out negative on lab testing
The home quarantine period is for 14 days from contact with a confirmed case or earlier if the suspected case turns out negative on laboratory testing
Source: Government of India Ministry of Health & Family Welfare Directorate General of Health Services (EMR Division).
Keep Yourself Safe
The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare of India and the World Health Organization has issued some guidelines to help prevent Coronavirus from spreading. Adhere to these preventive measures to ensure the safety of you and your loved ones.
  • 1. Wash your hands frequently with soap and water or an alcohol-based hand sanitizer to kill viruses on your hand.

  • 2. Social distancing is important. Maintain at least 1 metre or 6 feet of distance from anyone who is coughing or sneezing. If you are too close, the cough droplets can enter your body through your nose or mouth.

  • 3. Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth as much as possible. Viruses are present in surfaces you touch like door knobs, railings, etc. The virus transfers from those surfaces onto your hands and enter your body when you touch your nose, mouth or eyes.

  • 4. Practise safe respiratory hygiene. If you have to cough or sneeze, do it on a disposable tissue or in your bent elbow. Throw the tissue in a closed bin right after.

  • 5. If you are showing signs or symptoms of the virus, do not go to the hospital as you can spread it to other patients. Call helpline numbers provided for medical assistance. By the time, self-quarantine at your home.

  • 6. Wear a mask if you have flu-like symptoms. Masks are effective only if you follow the basic hygiene. Clean you hands before wearing the mask and also before taking off the mask. Avoid touching it when you have it on. Replace the mask with a new one as soon as it gets damp. Do not use a single-use mask twice. Dispose off the mask properly in a closed bin.

  • 7. Clean frequently touched surfaces with a disinfectant regularly. This includes doorknobs, door handles, tables, chairs, mobile phones, laptops, etc.

  • 8. Stay home as much as possible. Avoid unnecessary travel; go out only if absolutely necessary.

  • 9. People with pre-existing conditions like Cardiovascular disease, Chronic respiratory disease, Diabetes, or Cancer are more at risk. You are advised to secure 1 month+ supply of medication. Follow your medication routine, do not skip any doses.

  • 10. Avoid smoking or drinking. Smokin affects your lungs and you are at a higher risk of getting the virus, as it affcets the lungs too. Also, you might transfer the virus into your body when you touch a cigarette or a bottle.

Actively monitor the news and information provided by you. Trust information from credible sources like WHO, UNICEF, MoHfW, CDC tracker, Web MD, ICMR, Union Health Ministry. Stay informed.

HCAH gears up to face COVID-19
At healthCare at Home we understand that it's safe to be treated at home and we are equipping our employees, customers and patients with everything to deliver highest standards of self patient care. During lockdown, you don’t need to stop yourself from getting the best healthcare services. We offer following services at home during lockdown.
- ICU care at home
- SD care at home
- Chemo , adjuvant , MAB therapy
- Peritoneal dialysis post catheter insertion
- Single visits at home
  • Injection admin iv / im / s/c
  • Dressing – small and large
  • Urinary catheterization
  • Change of urinary catheter
  • Colostomy bag change
  • RT insertion or change
  • Bed sore management
  • Sample collection
  • Enema
  • Suppository insertion
  • Vaccination
  • Stich removal
  • Drain care
  • TPN infusion

- Tele health
a. Intensive care rounds
b. Doc on call ( GP )
c. Physio on call with app based exercise programs
d. Nutrition consult
e. Psychological consults
f. Home Quarantine monitoring and advisory
- Equipment Rental and purchase

Connect with HCAH!
Avoiding panic, educating patients & clinical staff are keys to surviving CORONA- VIRUS Scare. Healthcare atHome stands with you in this difficult time. Connect with us on our Facebook page or reach out to us at 91-8047482373
Keep yourself updated
Official Resources to stay connected with during this Pandemic time
CDC tracker
Web MD


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