the human rights organization “Area law” appealed to the Ministry of health of the Russian Federation with an appeal to strengthen control over the provision of emergency medical care in a pandemic coronavirus infection.
the Reason for the appeal, according to the defenders of the “Rosbalt” reports on incidents of failure of crews “ambulance” hospitalized patients with suspected COVID-19 and other incidents associated with the organization of emergency medical aid in conditions of high load.
In particular, we are talking about the death of 59-year-old Valeria Kabakova in Zabaykalsky Krai. Under version SK the Russian Federation, doctors of “first aid” were not to hospitalize the patient with a heart attack, and the next time you call the dispatcher refused to send him a brigade, as it only worked with infectious challenges.
the Head of Ministry of health Michael Murashko recalled the case of Chelyabinsk, which with fever and suspected coronavirus pneumonia was waiting for an ambulance three days, and to achieve the arrival of the brigade was only after several references in gorzdrav. Human rights activists also drew the Minister’s attention to the death of 72-year-old retired air force officer, who died from complications from the injury. Month the pensioner of the Ministry of defense and his relatives tried to get hospitalized but when he finally managed to get to the hospital, it was too late. The man died on may 19 in the intensive care unit of the Ufa hospital No. 21.
“Area law” urged the Minister to arrange an inspection service for specified handling facts and in General strengthen departmental control over observance of the procedure for the provision of emergency medical care in the Russian regions.
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