Across Bucharest, there is no place in intensive care units for coronary heart disease patients, and mortuaries are struggling to make space. Financial newspaper. We need to find solutions and freeze containers so we can manage the situation, said Marius Nasta, an institute at Fros. Beatrice Mahler According to ZF.ro..
Nationwide, there are currently 1,239 intensive care units maintained by coronary heart patients, of which 1,116 are operated by the Strategic Communications Group (GCS).
The number of free intensive care units for patients with coronavirus is 23, excluding those that are being kept for treatment by coronavirus patients as well as underlying illnesses in various settings.
According to the ministry, they are working to increase the number of specialists in the intensive care unit and the number of patients in the intensive care unit. In particular, they seek to increase the number of people who, in addition to the underlying pathology, also have coronary artery disease, since in some cases the underlying disease is a very dangerous factor, and their condition may become more serious.
Number of coronavirus intensive care units excluding those designated for coronavirus patients in addition to the underlying disease (according to official estimates):
Bihar – 1;
Bucharest – 2;
clog – 3;
Constance – 1;
kusna – 1;
dolge – 4;
Hargita – 2;
Maros – 2;
Sibiu – 5;
Topics – 2.
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