During the COVID-19 pandemic, as an emergency, fast-track guideline development, based on the order commission of the Minister of Health dated 27 March 2020, the Agency published the first version of the Recommendations in COVID-19 prepared in collaboration with an interdisciplinary Team of Clinical Experts (in areas from anesthesiology and intensive care, infectious diseases, laboratory diagnostics, epidemiology, microbiology, virology, pulmonology, radiology, to psychiatry and emergency medicine), coordinated by the Steering Committee, composed of the Presidium of the Transparency Council of the Agency for Health Technology Assessment and Tariff Systems.
Polish diagnostic, therapeutic and organizational recommendations for the care of persons infected or exposed to SARS-CoV-2 – version 1.0, April 25, 2020. (EN)
In view of the rapidly changing pandemic situation and the continuous influx of new scientific evidence for the clinical efficacy and safety of medical technologies used in COVID-19, the Agency is engaged in a process of continuously updating the Recommendations. The current sets of recommendations for diagnosis, pharmacotherapy, and long COVID/post-COVID can be found under the tabs:
Due to the declining epidemic threat of COVID-19, recommendations for diagnostic management have been developed.
- Recommendations for COVID-19
- COVID-19 Publication Radar
- IHME COVID-19 Forecasts
- PUBLICATION DATABASE COVID-19
- Review of international guidelines in COVID-19
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