US News Covid-19. In hospitals, the intensive care units are approaching saturation

00:40  28 october  2020
00:40  28 october  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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More than 2,900 Covid-19 patients were hospitalized in intensive care on Tuesday, October 27, 2020. They occupy half of the beds currently available in France in these services welcoming the most seriously ill patients, according to the latest official figures. But as the epidemic progresses, saturation is fast approaching.

More than the number of positive cases, it is the number of hospitalizations and intensive care admissions that must be observed to have a good idea of ​​the rise of the coronavirus pandemic. And, on that side, the figures are worrying. More than 2,900 Covid-19 patients were hospitalized in intensive care on Tuesday, October 27, 2020, or half of the available beds. Compared to Monday evening, there are 148 more patients in intensive care (2,909 against 2,761 on Monday).

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The current capacity of resuscitation services - which do not only accommodate Covid patients - is around 5,800 beds, which the public authorities intend to ramp up in the coming days to 12,000.

The number of resuscitation beds available in France (public and private combined) was indeed theoretically 5,433 at the end of 2019, according to figures from the DREES (the statistical service of the Ministry of Health), to which are added 5,955 intensive care beds , and some 8,000 continuing care beds.

For the record, 7,027 beds had received patients in intensive care at the peak of the first wave, on April 8.

It's getting tense in the West

In some areas things are starting to get tense. In Normandy, the Regional Health Agency is alarmed by the progression of the Covid-19 epidemic. The number of hospitalizations is increasing sharply and the circulation of the virus continues to accelerate.

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For the first time, the number of hospitalizations in Normandy exceeds the highest level observed during the first wave of Covid-19: 794, this Tuesday, October 27, against 743 on April 10. Of these people, 105 were admitted to intensive care. In four days, the hospital pressure on the resuscitation beds fell from 32.7% to 38%.

In Pays de la Loire, the ARS is planning 200 intensive care patients on November 15. They are currently 27.

In Brittany, in hospitals, the intensive care units are approaching saturation, with 93.8% filling rate at the Rennes University Hospital.

Unplanned operations

In other regions, the situation has already deteriorated, as in Auvergne Rhône-Alpes where the occupancy rate climbs to 50% and in Ile-de-France where hospitals count more 67% of beds occupied in intensive care units by patients suffering from the coronavirus. In these two regions, massive operational deprogramming has been ordered in public and private hospitals.

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At Marseille , as of Sunday, the resuscitation services of public hospitals were in the red, while the peak of the second wave had not yet been reached, notes France Bleu. On October 25, 54 patients were in intensive care, out of 63 available beds. The deprogramming of operations seems inevitable.

A milestone that hospitals in Alsace have already crossed: 222 people are hospitalized and 31 are in intensive care. But in view of the contaminations in recent days, caregivers are preparing for the second wave of Covid-19.

"The department is full, our 23 beds are occupied, we have had a very significant increase in recent days", confirms to France Bleu Yves Hansmann, head of the infectious diseases department of the New Civil Hospital in Strasbourg.

Patient transfers resume

Sign that the situation is extremely tense, patient transfers have resumed. On Friday, eight patients from the Loire were transferred to Bordeaux, Poitiers and Brive.

Eight patients from Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes were also transferred to hospitals in Pays de la Loire on Tuesday 27 October. Two patients were transferred to Nantes, two to Angers, two to La Roche-sur-Yon, one to Saint-Nazaire and a Cholet. These patients come from the medical establishments of Saint-Etienne, Lyon and Roanne.

Also on Tuesday, four Covid-19 patients were transferred this Tuesday, October 27 from Nîmes to Brest. Two are supported by the Brest CHRU, and the other two by the Army Instruction Hospital (HIA).

So many indicators that prove that the second wave is here. And that the reconfinement, that could announce this Wednesday, October 28, Emmanuel Macron is an increasingly tangible hypothesis.

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