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Video: Infectious Diseases Hospital Opened In New Moscow Received The First Patients With COVID
Infectious Diseases Hospital opened in New Moscow received the first patients with COVID
Photo: Press Service of the Mayor and the Moscow Government / Maxim Mishin
The new hospital, which has opened in the settlement of Voronovsky (New Moscow), is designed for 800 beds, if necessary, the capacity can be increased to 900. The hospital has already received the first 20 patients with COVID-19, the Moscow mayor's office said, citing the operational headquarters for control and monitoring. the situation with the coronavirus. More than 500 employees have started work and it is planned that the hospital staff will increase to 1000 people.
According to the head physician of the city clinical hospital No. 68 named after V.P. Demikhov Sergei Perehodov, the new hospital is equipped with everything necessary - more than 26 thousand units of medical equipment and furniture, as well as protective suits for personnel, have been purchased for it.
“All beds are equipped so that medical gases can be supplied to them. Each bed, if necessary, can be converted into an intensive care unit. This is very important for prompt assistance to patients with coronavirus infection who have developed pulmonary insufficiency,”said Sergei Perekhodov, noting that the new hospital is unique and has no analogues in the world.
Oxygen supply to the chambers is ensured by its own oxygen-gasification station installed on the territory of the complex. All necessary analyzes will be carried out in our own laboratory. Its capacity is designed for more than 10 thousand tests per day, which will help save time for analysis and obtaining results.
The air supply systems for medical enclosures are completely sealed. The air is disinfected at the entrance and exit to each room. Sewage drains are discharged to autonomous treatment facilities, also equipped with disinfection systems.
A security perimeter has been created around the hospital: inbound and outbound vehicles undergo special sanitation. The buildings also provide separate gateways for patients and staff, significantly reducing the potential for infection to spread.
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