• Mon. Jan 17th, 2022

Covid Milan, hospital reopens at the Fair: first patient arrives


Jan 14, 2022

He arrived at about 12.30 today, and is a man, the first patient admitted to the hospital in Fiera di Milano, which has reopened its doors today. This is what Adnkronos Salute learns. The intensive care dedicated to Covid patients, set up at Fiera MilanoCity and coordinated by the Irccs Policlinico of the Lombard capital, returns to operation for the third time: after the debut in the period April-June 2020, it was reactivated from October 2020 to June 2021. Overall they are over 500 patients were hospitalized. For now, two modules with 15 beds each have been reactivated. Today “the first two intensive care modules have been reactivated in the temporary structure set up in Fieramilanocity”, for a total of 30 beds. The hospital in Fiera, coordinated by the Milan Polyclinic, “therefore returns to welcome patients with Covid-19 who need intensive care from all over Lombardy, in close collaboration with the Lombardy Region Welfare Directorate General”, confirms the Irccs di via Sforza. “This is the third time – he remembers – that this structure has been activated to help cope with the coronavirus emergency: as in previous times, coordination is entrusted to the Milan Polyclinic, which makes staff available technician, health technician, administrative, pharmaceutical and support technician for its management; health personnel (anesthetists and critical area nurses) are made available by the Polyclinic and the Large Niguarda metropolitan hospital, as well as by various other accredited public and private structures , so as not to weigh on individual departments or regional health companies “.” The first two modules activated – specify by the Polyclinic – are 1 5 beds each: the coordination of the clinical activity is entrusted to the staff of the Polyclinic and Niguarda, in collaboration with the other structures involved. Here, part of the new hospitalization requests for the most serious patients with Covid-19 will be accepted, in order to ‘lighten’ the intensive therapies of Lombard hospitals and to be able to dedicate them to patients with other pathologies “.