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Curtailing the Risk of COVID-19 Infection Among Medical Students Through Safer Handling of Cadavers During Anatomical Dissection

Oluwatosin Imoleayo Oyeniran, Terkuma Chia.

Abstract
The novel COVID-19 pandemic has produced broad consequences on medical training globally. The resulting disturbances led to the shift from physical to virtual learning. A serious feature of medical training demanding pressing consideration is the avoidance of COVID-19 spread among medical students during cadaveric dissection. This can be attained by guaranteeing the protection of cadavers from COVID-19 afore been used for anatomical dissection. This article highlights the safety procedures necessary for handling cadavers and its’ significances on the SARS-CoV-2 virus spread among medical students amidst the pandemic.

Key words: COVID-19; Prevention; Transmission; Cadaveric dissection


 
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Oyeniran OI, Chia T. Curtailing the Risk of COVID-19 Infection Among Medical Students Through Safer Handling of Cadavers During Anatomical Dissection. Ulutas Med J. 2021; 7(2): 65-68. doi:10.5455/umj.20210519033547


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Oyeniran OI, Chia T. Curtailing the Risk of COVID-19 Infection Among Medical Students Through Safer Handling of Cadavers During Anatomical Dissection. http://www.ulutasmedicaljournal.com/?mno=82446 [Access: June 24, 2021]. doi:10.5455/umj.20210519033547


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Oyeniran OI, Chia T. Curtailing the Risk of COVID-19 Infection Among Medical Students Through Safer Handling of Cadavers During Anatomical Dissection. Ulutas Med J. 2021; 7(2): 65-68. doi:10.5455/umj.20210519033547



Vancouver/ICMJE Style

Oyeniran OI, Chia T. Curtailing the Risk of COVID-19 Infection Among Medical Students Through Safer Handling of Cadavers During Anatomical Dissection. Ulutas Med J. (2021), [cited June 24, 2021]; 7(2): 65-68. doi:10.5455/umj.20210519033547



Harvard Style

Oyeniran, O. I. & Chia, . T. (2021) Curtailing the Risk of COVID-19 Infection Among Medical Students Through Safer Handling of Cadavers During Anatomical Dissection. Ulutas Med J, 7 (2), 65-68. doi:10.5455/umj.20210519033547



Turabian Style

Oyeniran, Oluwatosin Imoleayo, and Terkuma Chia. 2021. Curtailing the Risk of COVID-19 Infection Among Medical Students Through Safer Handling of Cadavers During Anatomical Dissection. THE ULUTAS MEDICAL JOURNAL, 7 (2), 65-68. doi:10.5455/umj.20210519033547



Chicago Style

Oyeniran, Oluwatosin Imoleayo, and Terkuma Chia. "Curtailing the Risk of COVID-19 Infection Among Medical Students Through Safer Handling of Cadavers During Anatomical Dissection." THE ULUTAS MEDICAL JOURNAL 7 (2021), 65-68. doi:10.5455/umj.20210519033547



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Oyeniran, Oluwatosin Imoleayo, and Terkuma Chia. "Curtailing the Risk of COVID-19 Infection Among Medical Students Through Safer Handling of Cadavers During Anatomical Dissection." THE ULUTAS MEDICAL JOURNAL 7.2 (2021), 65-68. Print. doi:10.5455/umj.20210519033547



APA (American Psychological Association) Style

Oyeniran, O. I. & Chia, . T. (2021) Curtailing the Risk of COVID-19 Infection Among Medical Students Through Safer Handling of Cadavers During Anatomical Dissection. THE ULUTAS MEDICAL JOURNAL, 7 (2), 65-68. doi:10.5455/umj.20210519033547