Al Adan Hospital: 6 out of 7 ICU are full of patients due to high Corona cases

Kuwait City, July 13: Head of the Department of Anesthesia and Intensive Care at Al-Adan Hospital, Dr. Huda Al-Foudari, confirmed that work is currently underway with weak clinical capacity in intensive care, as a result of the pandemic and the large increase in the number of injured. Reported by Al-Qabas.

Al-Fawdari said in a press statement, “The hospital has 3 intensive care units with a clinical capacity of 46 beds before the Corona pandemic crisis before the care is doubled to 7, with a clinical capacity of 103 beds, indicating that 6 out of 7 care units are full of patients, while Work is underway to inaugurate the seventh, which will have 15 beds to cover the pressure and critical cases resulting from infection with Covid 19.”

Al-Fawdari added that the abolition of non-emergency surgeries a while ago was caused by the need for anesthesiologists in intensive care, pointing out that some spaces in the hospital were used to provide care for patients, and by moving the Pediatric Observation Department to the Kuwait Oil Company Hospital.

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