Caring with Limited Resources during COVID-19: Updated Resources for Your Team

AHA Special Bulletin 
January 8, 2020

At a Glance


The COVID-19 pandemic continues to place unprecedented demands on America’s health care system. The recent sharp increase in the number of patients needing acute hospital care means that some hospitals could face more significant shortages of staff and medical supplies such as personal protective equipment (PPE) and oxygen, hospital beds, medicines and medical devices such as ventilators.

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