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US News Coronavirus in Ile-de-France: massive deprogramming of care

20:57  31 december  2021
20:57  31 december  2021 Source:   20minutes.fr

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The Regional Health Agency requires health facilities to deprogram non-urgent care for next week.

Entree du service de Chirurgie Ambulatoire du Centre Hospitalier Cannes (Illustration) © SYSPEO / SIPA entrance of the Ambulatory Surgery Service of the Cannes Hospital Center (Illustration)

"Deprograte the maximum of surgical and medical activities that can be", asked the Regional Health Agency (ARS) of Ile-de-France . From Monday, the health facilities of the region will only take care of urgent care, due to the influx of patients from the Covid .

Wave-submersion alert in Ile-de-France: with 4,044 hospitalized Covid patients Thursday night, including 732 critical care, "The situation is very disturbing," emphasizes the ARS in a message sent to all hospitals and clinics of the region, and whose AFP has obtained copies.

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A peak scheduled for the end of January / early February

the "landing 2", corresponding to "50% critical care beds occupied by Covid patients", will be crossed "in the coming days". Establishments also undergo "very strong tensions on human resources", especially nurses, and the "epidemic spindle on influenza". The ARS has therefore asked "to deprogram the maximum of surgical and medical activities scheduled next week that can be". Some specialties such as carcology, grafts, cardiac surgery, pediatrics and nephrology are "for the moment" preserved.

"necessary" sacrifices to "reallocate staff and open new beds to accommodate new Covid patients", knowing that "the peak of the wave will arrive at the end of January / early February" according to the forecasts of the Institut Pasteur , "Which means that institutions must hold several weeks.

Covid-19: Many surgical procedures postponed from next week in the hospitals of Ile-de-France

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The AP-HP faces "extremely strong tensions"

The Paris hospitals ( AP-HP ) had already enjoined to their heads of service on Wednesday to "limit the scheduled activity of next week to Charge for which a vital prognosis is at stake, with the maintenance as far as possible transplantation activities ".

The largest French hospital group faces "extremely strong tensions", as evidenced by the "critical care beds all occupied", but also the number of calls to the SAMU "considerably higher than usual" at the end year and "the number of branch beds in emergency services regularly above 100 in the morning".


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