In Melitopol in July, the hospital infectious diseases hospital will move to the former children’s sanatorium. It is designed for 100 beds and is ready to take patients from COVID-19, believe officials. The move stems from the fact that the building of the hospital infectious diseases hospital, for the first time in decades, to the delight of doctors will be undergoing major repairs.
At the present time in the premises of the children’s sanatorium is being prepared. Supplied installation wiring oxygen in intensive care. Conducted zoning and checks the operation of water supply and Sewerage, electrical networks, supplied Internet, installed boilers to provide hot water compartment, and a germicidal lamp and recyclers. How the receiving Department and the staff of infectious hospital will conduct cleaning and disinfection.
The hospital will deploy 100 of these, 50 beds for patients with coronavirus. If necessary, all 100 beds can be put on patients with COVID-19.
– The formation of the chambers will be conducted in accordance with the nosological forms and time spent by patients in hospital. Terms to distinguish different nosological forms of infectious patients in the institution is. The specially equipped boxes in a former sanatorium there, as in all other medical institutions of the city. But at the facility there is a specially equipped detention centres that can be used as boxes. In addition, it was decided that, if necessary, hospitalization of patients on highly contagious infection will be carried out at the infectious disease hospital CRH, – is spoken in the answer of the first Deputy mayor Irina Rudakova.
Today while in the existing hospital infectious disease ward for treatment are on average from 1 to 11 people. Patients with pneumonia who after conducting PCR analysis confirmed the diagnosis of coronavirus. They will be transferred to the pneumology TMO ” General hospital intensive therapies.” Also in the infectious diseases hospital care is provided to patients with WH-infection and intestinal infections.