Introduction: Never before have we seen an infectious disease as devastating and pervasive as COVID-19. It was first found in residents of Wuhan, China, in December 2019, after which COVID-19 spread rapidly to every country on the globe. The first case in the Republic of Albania was reported in Tirana on March 8, 2020, when a patient and her child who had come from Florence, Italy tested positive. Its consequences were rapid, in patients with significant symptoms (especially respiratory dysfunction or failure) who needed in-hospital medical care. This immediate increase in demand put pressure on the already overburdened healthcare system worldwide [1], but our healthcare system was found almost unprepared for an event of this magnitude, moreover to ensure the normal care load health to patients regardless of COVID-19.

Purpose: to inform surgeons and not only on how to provide emergency surgery and trauma care during enduring times. To manage the urgent treatment of patients with traumatic and non-traumatic during the pandemic, this basic guide was drafted which recommended surgical emergency management actors based on the best evidence already identified by the Ministry of Health (according to WHO guidelines or relevant associations in regional and global ranking) The presentation illustrates the general principles for triage and assessment of patients with traumatic and non-traumatic surgical emergencies during COVID-19, indications for emergency surgery and pandemic control, and prevention of infection by medical personnel by providing a practical algorithm for emergency care providers period of Covid19 ...

Conclusions: The trauma emergency care measures we have provided can protect the medical staff involved in emergency care and ensure the timely timing of effective interventions during the outbreak of COVID-19. Surgeons will need to be on top during this pandemic terrible, manage the surgical patients, and maintain the same standards as those we follow in normal situations

Keywords: Coronavirus, Trauma, Acute Care Surgery, Infection Prevention