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“…19 COVID-19 pandemic has inevitably put a hard strain on many departments of head and neck surgery with unprecedented challenges. 20 While in the past weeks, many highquality guidelines on how to reorganize head and neck services have been published, the present work is one of the first appraisal of the actual indirect clinical consequences of COVID-19 on our specialty. [21][22][23] Between the end of March and the middle of April, in the red zones of Northern Italy, thousands of new COVID-19 cases were diagnosed every day, overloading EDs and ICUs and, as a consequence, the whole regional health care system.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
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“…19 COVID-19 pandemic has inevitably put a hard strain on many departments of head and neck surgery with unprecedented challenges. 20 While in the past weeks, many highquality guidelines on how to reorganize head and neck services have been published, the present work is one of the first appraisal of the actual indirect clinical consequences of COVID-19 on our specialty. [21][22][23] Between the end of March and the middle of April, in the red zones of Northern Italy, thousands of new COVID-19 cases were diagnosed every day, overloading EDs and ICUs and, as a consequence, the whole regional health care system.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…After few days of confusion, Regional Government disposed self-containment and lockdown of transportation, to contrast the outbreak. Meanwhile, hospital dispositions dictated suspension of all elective and deferrable activities, regarding both surgery [2] and outpatient clinic visitations [3]. During this period of time and until the end of May, only Emergency Department consultations and postoperative and oncologic controls were guaranteed in our Department, according to dispositions provided and an internal reorganization based on the necessity for the Department to cope with the outbreak, while still providing adequate care for patients [4][5][6].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…During this period of time and until the end of May, only Emergency Department consultations and postoperative and oncologic controls were guaranteed in our Department, according to dispositions provided and an internal reorganization based on the necessity for the Department to cope with the outbreak, while still providing adequate care for patients [4 -5 -6]. A signi cant reduction of the outpatient volume of consultation has already been reported by our group [3]. The analysis performed in the present paper highlight a contextual considerable drop in the number of Emergency Department consultations.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…After few days of confusion, Regional government disposed self-containment and lockdown of transportation, in order to contrast the outbreak. Meanwhile, Hospital dispositions dictated suspension of all elective and deferrable activities, regarding both surgery [2] and outpatient clinic visitations [3]. During this period of time and until the end of May, only Emergency Department consultations and postoperative and oncologic controls were guaranteed in our Department, according to dispositions provided and an internal reorganization based on the necessity for the Department to cope with the outbreak, while still providing adequate care for patients [4 -5 -6].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning