Member of the Commission of Moscow city Council on health and public health, the chief physician of city clinical hospital of a name of Vinogradova Olga Sharapova said to significantly increase the provision of routine medical care. According to her, the capital gradually returned to normal. In an interview with reporters of the Agency urban news “Moscow” the Deputy reminded that today in the city commuted restrictions. So, in 88 districts earned multifunctional centres of public services “My documents”. In addition has started to operate car sharing. “But there is one very significant change — greatly increased the provision of routine medical care that were previously limited due to the coronavirus,” — said Olga Sharapova. According to the parliamentarian, this time in Moscow has not suspended the emergency and urgent care. The MP said that the 12 high-tech clinics served patients with diagnoses that require urgent intervention, and those whose treatment did not allow breaks. Also, continued provision of routine care for patients with cancer and neurological diagnoses. To assist cancer patients was opened an additional office on the basis of the Federal research and clinical Institute of otorhinolaryngology name Sergievskaja. Moreover, we note Sharapova, despite the pandemic of mers in the city by 30% increase provided to high-tech cancer care, 34% chemotherapy. Renal assistance was also provided to all Moscow patients. According to her, due to the decline in the incidence of coronavirus, the medical institutions have the opportunity to provide planning assistance to Muscovites. As said Sharapova, was approved as a temporary standard to provide such assistance. Those citizens who were sent to hospital for planned operasation and examination, but they had to postpone treatment due to a pandemic, to receive assistance without re-registration of the documents and passing new tests. All additional tests will be undertaken in hospitals after hospitalization, said Sharapova. Referral for treatment to the hospital will be issued not only in clinics but also in any of the consulting and diagnostic departments of General hospitals. Each patient during hospitalization can count on a full range of research COVID-19, all tests and examinations will be free of charge. Sharapova said that it would be a swab taken from the throat for the PCR analysis of blood from veins for ELISA testing for antibodies will also be given a CT scan of the chest to assess lung condition. Pending the results of the diagnosis, the patients will be placed in a small chamber. This will help to eliminate the risk of infection. “Planned treatment will begin only when negative test results. Re-PCR will be done before discharge, and the results will come to the clinic at the place of residence”, — said the Deputy. Sharapova added that to my day job started to return a number of buildings in the Metropolitan hospitals, which was previously adapted for the reception of patients infected with coronavirus infection. We will add that in hospitals it is obligatory to observe the rules of social distance and the mask mode while a patient in the waiting area. All patients and accompanying persons will measure the temperature and to carry out an initial inspection. The interval between the reception of patients should be at least 15 minutes, holding the ventilation and disinfection of the premises. The individual rules will be in effect and when the patient’s discharge. One day before discharge, he will conduct a PCR test with subsequent notification of the polyclinic at the place of residence on the results of the test. The patient transport home will be sanitary transport of the hospital in compliance with all anti-epidemic eventsprojects. Let us add that the situation with the spread of novel coronavirus infection have stabilized and started to improve. Every day in Moscow is more than 50 thousand PCR tests. Detection of infection is about 2-3 thousand cases a day. This is 2 times less than it was at the peak of the pandemic. Of the total number of 24 thousand beds in the city hospitals, which were allocated to patients with COVID-19, currently employs only 16 people.
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