The country is now entering a new phase of COVID-19, one that is less reactive and more proactive in the form of prevention and treatment.
As a medical community, we are now being armed with tools to fight the COVID pandemic. Science is working on prevention and treatment at the same time. Prevention means vaccines. Treatments include monoclonal antibodies.
Healthcare providers now have access to a new COVID vaccine from Pfizer through an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) and soon will have one from Moderna, with more in the pipeline coming soon. Additionally, the FDA has already granted EUA’s to two monoclonal antibody COVID therapies for use in a non-acute setting, Bamlanivimab from Eli Lilly and the Casirivimab/Imdevimab combination from Regeneron.
We, at RxTOOLKIT, want you to be prepared. Our RxWORKFLOW™ monographs:
- Are available now for the Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine and both COVID monoclonal antibody treatments
- Include calculators and step-by-step procedures to help your staff provide consistent, reliable dose preparation and administration
- Include printable patient teaching materials in both English and Spanish
- Provide drug images to help familiarize your staff with the new drugs as they are released
RxWORKFLOW for Vaccine Safety™ drug monographs for additional COVID-19 vaccines will be made available as soon as the new drugs become available.
RxTOOLKIT continues to monitor the FDA and CDC for any new drugs identified as treatment alternatives. As more options for treatment and/or prevention become available, you can count on us to be proactive and diligent in providing resources published with timeliness and accuracy!
For more information about RxWORKFLOW™ please contact us or check out these links for more information:
- Introducing RxWORKFLOW for Vaccine Safety™
- RxTOOLKIT.com – Clinician Support: RxWORKFLOW™
- RxWORKFLOW™: Integrating Technology and Process
- Tools to Support Success
- Increasing Confidence with Best Practices for Infusion Therapy
- Ensuring Drug Specific Competency for Infusion Center Clinicians
- Minimizing Risk with Standardized IV Care for the Infusion Center