Dva pacijenta u Čačku u teškom stanju

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epa08356712 Cedric Pahud, Director and Owner of BCD microtechnique, tests the Covidair respiratory machine, a non-invasive ventilation (NIV) respiratory support for the COVID-19 health crisis during the state of emergency of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Preverenges, Switzerland, 09 April 2020 (issued 11 April 2020). BCD microtechnique is a SME (small and medium-sized enterprise) in the canton of Vaud with eight employees which normally develops sensors and measuring instruments for use in industry, watch-making and the medical sector. On 10 March 2020 the team of engineers started to develop and then produce non-invasive ventilation devices (respirator with mask). After 22 days, 10 machines were up and running, the manufacturing of another 160 machines is currently in progress. Clinical tests and certification are currently being conducted in hospitals. EPA-EFE/LAURENT GILLIERON

ČAČAK – Na svim odeljenjima u okviru Opšte bolnice Čačak, koja su pretvorena u kovid paviljone, hospitalizovano je četrdeset pacijenata, a dva pacijenta su priključena na mehaničku ventilaciju i njihovo stanje je kritično, najnoviji su podaci iz ove zdravstvene ustanove.

U minulom danu na bolničko lečenje primljeno je petoro obolelih, a četvoro je upućeno kući.

Za poslednja 24 časa u prijemno – trijažnoj ambulanti Opšte bolnice Čačak, sa simptomima i znacima kovid infekcije bio je 41 pregled, od kojih se 28 lica prvi put javilo lekarima.

Na analizu u referentne laboratorije je poslato 97 uzoraka, a rezultati se očekuju u toku dana, kažu u čačanskom Zavodu za javno zdravlje.