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Operation Corona-Kleeblatt: Munich Super-Sanka on the way to Münster

2021-11-26T15:29:14.183Z

The transfer of Bavarian corona patients to other federal states has begun. Because helicopters cannot fly due to bad weather, Munich specialists have switched to the autobahn. Meanwhile, the University Clinic Rechts der Isar and the Munich Clinic are preparing to bring more seriously ill people to places with free intensive care beds.



The transfer of Bavarian corona patients to other federal states has begun.

Because helicopters cannot fly due to bad weather, Munich specialists have switched to the autobahn.

Meanwhile, the University Clinic Rechts der Isar and the Munich Clinic are preparing to bring more seriously ill people to places with free intensive care beds.

Special transport started at 1 p.m. in Rottal

The "Corona-Kleeblatt" operation has begun.

While the Bundeswehr flew out the first corona patients from the Memmingen airfield, the road transport began at the same time.

A special vehicle with a ventilated Covid-19 patient is on the way on the motorway in the direction of Münster.

According to information from tz and Münchner Merkur, it started at 1 p.m. in the Rottal-Inn district in Lower Bavaria.

Because of the unfavorable weather conditions, the team expects a relatively long journey time.

Vehicle with mini intensive care unit and special suspension against vibrations

The Super-Sanka of the Arbeiter Samariter Bund (ASB) is crammed full of high-tech, including a kind of mini-intensive care unit with a ventilator.

The car has a special suspension against vibrations.

There is an intensive care doctor with emergency doctor experience and other specialists on board.

Klinikum Rechts der Isar and Munich Klinik are preparing relocations

The patient transfers are part of the so-called cloverleaf crisis plan.

It was activated on Tuesday.

The measure is intended to create space on the hopelessly overburdened intensive care units in Munich.

In Munich, the University Hospital on the right of the Isar and the Munich Clinic are currently preparing for such transports.

The University Hospital Großhadern does not want to move any patients for the time being, although its intensive care units are also bursting at the seams and cancer specialists, among others, are sounding the alarm.

They see the care of tumor patients at risk.

Source: merkur

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