Assessment: COVID-19 (U07.1): Soldier completed at least a 10 day isolation period and reported [select name="variable_14" value="no symptoms| improvement in symptoms"] on day of quarantine discontinuation. On day of release soldier was afebrile and reported no medical concerns. Patient had followed up with BPTA Poland Aid Station (deployed Role 1) on [date name="variable_8" default="today"].
Plan: Soldier was given handout “COVID-19 Long Term Effects, Mayo Clinic” and strict guidance on return precautions (new symptoms, shortness of breath, chest pain). Solider encouraged to seek immediate medical attention if new concerns.
Soldier was counseled to continue COVID mitigation strategies such as hand washing, social distancing, and mask wear
Post-COVID "no retesting" profile paced for 90 days
[comment memo="ASYMPTOMAITC"] [checkbox name="variable_11" value="Solider had no symptoms throughout COVID-19 infection. The soldier reports no concerns at this time and ROS is negative. Solider may RTD without restrictions. Follow up PRN or if new concerns."]
[comment memo="SYMPTOMATIC"] [checkbox name="variable_8" value="Solider to follow up after redeployment for EKG. There is no EKG capability at BPTA. EKG machine was requested to higher headquarters for Aid Station. Soldier will not do physical activity until EKG is completed. Once EKG can be performed and no concerning findings are identified, solider will be placed on graded exercise plan per “Clinical Management of COVID-19, v6” document.
Soldier's command made aware of limitations.
Physical training limitation profile placed given limited ability to obtain obtain ECG at BPTA"]