In Moscow, four more hospital returned to normal operating mode. Now a total of 20 urban clinics that have previously worked with the ill coronavirus, resumed taking scheduled patients. They took the treatment nearly 20 thousand citizens. Reported by Anastasia Rakova, Deputy Moscow Mayor for social development.

Routine care in hospitals is available for all medical disciplines, including surgery, traumatology, cardiology, therapy, neurology, orthopedics, vascular surgery, endocrinology, urology, gynecology and others. All providers were tested for coronavirus infection and will be tested for COVID-19 on a weekly basis.

Previously, to provide routine and emergency medical care returned to hospital No. 31, 17, 51, 29 Bauman, name Pletnev, the name of Spasokukotskogo, № 1 named after Pirogov, Mukhin, name Demikhova behalf of Zhadkevich, name Davidovsky hospital on Shabolovka, tuberculosis hospital name Rabukhina and hospitals for war veterans No. 1, 2 and 3.

soon to their former mode of operation going back several Metropolitan hospitals: hospital name Yudin, name Inozemtsev, Botkin, Center of speech pathology and neurorehabilitation, as well as another building in hospital of a name of Spasokukotskogo.

Now they are preparing for a planned admission patients. In accordance with the temporary standard of the beds in chambers set at an increased distance, in addition, ventilate and decontaminate the air.

Patients hospitalitynet, observing mask mode and social distance. Patient flows are separated — use a separate entrance to the building, disinfection. Reception is conducted by appointment at intervals of not less than 15 minutes.

patients are tested for the coronavirus. To the planned treatment, the doctors proceed only after receiving negative test results COVID-19. While waiting for results, patients are placed in separate wards in compliance with all requirements of sanitary-epidemiological security.

All surfaces that people often touch, disinfect at least twice a day. In addition, the established contactless dispensers and faucets. This standard will be followed in all hospitals, who will return to the usual mode of operation after COVID-19.

Clinics, redeveloped for the CT centers are also gradually returning to normal operating mode. Already more than 65% of the CT centres are taken out of the system for combating coronavirus.

65 percent of Moscow CT centers returned to planned patients

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