six Moscow hospitals resumed its planned admission after conversion for hospitalization of patients with COVID-19. Now 16 urban hospitals have returned to normal operation. Reported by Anastasia Rakova, Deputy Moscow Mayor for social development.

Previously, to provide routine and emergency medical care began in hospital No. 31, the name of Pletneva, Mukhin, name Demikhova behalf of Zhadkevich, name Davidovsky hospital on Shabolovka, as well as hospitals for veterans of wars № 1, 2 and 3. 16 redeveloped hospitals prepared almost nine thousand beds.

planning assistance is available on all profiles, including surgery, traumatology, cardiology, therapy, neurology, orthopedics, vascular surgery, endocrinology, urology and gynecology.

the Entire medical staff of the hospitals was tested for coronavirus infection in the future, employees will be tested for COVID-19 on a weekly basis.

Now they are preparing for a planned admission of patients, implement standard temporary work and measures to prevent and reduce proliferation risks COVID-19. The beds in chambers set at an increased distance space is additionally ventilated, and the air is disinfected.

Planned patients hospitalitynet, observing mask mode and social distance. Patient flows are separated — use a separate entrance to the building is being fumigated. Patients take the record with an interval 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.

the Surface, often touching, disinfect at least twice a day. In addition, the established contactless dispensers and faucets. This standard will be met 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. Now more than 65% of the CT centres are derived from the mode of suppression of coronavirus.

65 percent of Moscow CT centers returned to planned patients

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