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[New crown pneumonia] 44 confirmed patients to be admitted to the Hospital Authority: Most patients wait for one day

2020-03-29T11:15:30.957Z

Recently, a confirmed patient was notified to go to the accident and emergency department to seek medical treatment by himself. The chief administrative manager of the Hospital Authority, He Wanxia, ​​said yesterday (29) that the CHP will arrange an ambulance to be sent to the hospital. However, according to government information, 44 of the confirmed patients yesterday and the day before were still "admitted to hospital." He Wanxia, ​​Chief Executive Manager (Patient Safety and Risk Management) of the Hospital Authority, apologized for the incident at a press conference today. She also said that most patients need to wait about one day before being sent to the hospital, and acknowledged: "Some patients may need to wait more Alas. "She explained that the current beds are" explosive ", so patients need to wait and hope that the situation can be improved in the future.



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Written by: Wang Jieen

2020-03-29 19:08

Last updated: 2020-03-29 19:08

Recently, a confirmed patient was notified to go to the accident and emergency department to seek medical treatment by himself. The chief administrative manager of the Hospital Authority, He Wanxia, ​​said yesterday (29) that the CHP will arrange an ambulance to be sent to the hospital. However, according to government information, 44 of the confirmed patients yesterday and the day before were still "admitted to hospital."

He Wanxia, ​​Chief Executive Manager (Patient Safety and Risk Management) of the Hospital Authority, apologized for the incident at a press conference today. She also said that most patients need to wait about one day before being sent to the hospital, and acknowledged: "Some patients may need to wait more Alas. "She explained that the current beds are" explosive ", so patients need to wait and hope that the situation can be improved in the future.

The Hospital Authority's Chief Administrative Manager (Patient Safety and Risk Management), He Wanxia, ​​said that most patients currently need to wait about one day before they are sent to the hospital. (Profile picture)

Recently, some confirmed patients need to wait for a day and a half or more before they are sent to hospital by ambulance. When asked about the average or maximum time a patient waited for admission, He Wanxia, ​​the Chief Administrative Manager of the Hospital Authority, apologized for the situation (we really feel very sorry about need to keep our confirmed case stay in home to wait for the isolation room).

She said that most patients now need to wait around a day, and said: "Some patients may need to wait for resistance again." She hopes that the second-line isolation ward will be opened next week to improve the situation. Happening.

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Patient bed `` awesome '' needs patients to wait

He also pointed out that although the use of negative pressure wards is 74%, some isolated beds come from the pediatric or intensive care unit (ICU). There are 66 beds in the ICU with negative pressure facilities and 122 in pediatrics. There are only about 800 medical isolation beds for adults. She said, "The amount of hospitalization at home is actually explosive, so patients need to wait."

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