Firas M Al Rshoud1*, Khamaiseh K2, Emad Al Sharu3, Ziad Awwad4, Nagham Younis5, Ban Tell6 and Abdel Hamid Malhas7
1Professor of Reproductive Medicine and Infertility, JSFG CME head, Jordan
2JSFG President, MRCOG, Jordan
3Senior Consultant of REI, Jordan
4JFSG Vice president, senior consultant of urology and andrology, Jordan
5MSc in embryology, General Secretary of JSFG, Biological science department, Jordan
6MSc clinical embryology, CME JSFG, Jordan
7Consultant of OB & Gyn, Financial committee of JSFG, Jordan
*Corresponding author: Firas Al Rshoud, Assistant professor of REI, JSFG CME head, Faculty of Medicine, The Hashemite university , Zarqa, Jordan
Submission: October 01, 2020;Published: October 07, 2020
ISSN: 2640-9666Volume4 Issue2
Objective: This JSFG guidance comes in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic crisis and to the need of a clear information for provision of ART and Infertility treatments in Jordan aiming to protect both the patients and the health care workers . By the end of September 2020, the risk of COVID-19 infection is increasing dramatically in Jordan (we are close from 2000 case/day), the normal daily Work should be modified to adapting a new life taking in consideration the following:
Conclusion: We hope after the release of the JSFG guidance on Recommencing ART and Infertility Treatments our colleagues in the ART field will have a clear information that makes the work safer for both the staff and the patients during the pandemic of COVID-19.
Keywords: COVID-19; ART and Safety
The society board members and the Advisory committee identified pillars of good medical practice proposed for the restart of activity in the ART clinic and labs.
Information and consent to the start of treatment
All our Patients must be fully informed, clearly understand the risks related to COVID-19 disease, this can be achieved by providing a written information.
Priority of ART treatment
We should give priority of treatment to certain patients such as:
Staff and patient triage
Treatment cycle protocol
The Ovarian stimulation:
Laboratory contingency plan (sudden shutdown):
The Jordanian Society for Fertility and Genetics(JSFG) hope that all ART health worker in Jordan follow the above guidelines as these guidelines will make it safer for both the staff and patients. JSGF don’t recommend routine testing for asymptomatic patients either by PCR or antibodies at the present situation.
1. This guidance is inspired by the ESHRE 2020 Guidelines.
2. We want to thank the advisory board of the society(Mazen Zebdah, Faheem Zayed, Khaldoun Sharif, Suleiman Dabit and Aref Al Khaledi) for their participation in making these guidelines.
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