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Canada In high tension, hospitals in Ile-de-France will carry out deprogramming

00:40  28 october  2020
00:40  28 october  2020 Source:   liberation.fr

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As a sign of the concentration of all health efforts against the second wave of the coronavirus, hospitals in Ile-de-France have been instructed to deprogram “effectively” all “surgical (including ambulatory) and medical activities since they consume human resources which could be usefully allocated to critical care and Covid medicine services ”. Dated Monday evening, this note from the management of the Ile-de-France regional health agency, as well as "several establishments in the region have faced over the past seventy-two hours an acceleration of arrivals in intensive care" and that a release of intensive care beds is more than urgent.

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Deprogramming refers to measures that claim to assist a person who holds a controversial belief system in changing those beliefs and abandoning allegiance to the religious, political, economic, or social group associated with the belief system.

Monday evening, 806 intensive care beds were occupied by Covid patients in hospitals in the Ile-de-France region. That is to say an occupancy rate of 68.4% of the available places. The ARS considers it necessary to open "new beds on Friday" and to reach a capacity of "1,775 critical care beds (resuscitation and continuous monitoring) and 4,797 medical beds" by November 3. "I insist on telling you that this is not a prudential position on the part of the Agency," wrote the management in their memo. I realize that deprogramming is a heavy act, that the questions are numerous. The instructions presented here are worded knowing all that this entails, but with the feeling that we cannot put off this decision now. ”


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"This is not a prudential position"

At the beginning of October, Aurélien Rousseau , the director of the Ile-de-France regional health agency explained, in Liberation, the strategy for fitting out new Covid beds: "The first level is to deprogram up to 20% of the activity . It will be minor surgery. If we go up to 50% of Covid in intensive care, then we will be forced to make more structural choices. ” In the document sent to the crisis medical directors on Monday, the ARS specifies, however, that certain activities still require "special attention" in this reallocation of resuscitation beds: oncology, samples and transplants, dialysis and pediatrics.

Deprogramming has already been necessary in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes for two weeks. The instruction in the hospital environment is, however, not to repeat the mistake of last March, when hospitals had carried out radical deprogramming, expelling surgical units and resuscitation services non-Covid patients.

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