In Mexico, it’s time to look health care and hospitalization after hiring COVID-19, It is one of the most complicated battles the Ministry of Health has waged, as they have shown, the less attention they have, the more chances they have of healing.
Therefore Directorate General of Epidemiology it incisively seeks people to arrive earlier to request care and clinical evaluation to decide if that patient needs hospitalization.
Actions or brigades have also been carried out by health authorities to look for patients in their homes, “as severe symptoms are one of the decisive factors in the possibility of a cure for KOVID,” Dr. Ruy López warned. Ridaura, CEO National Center for Disease Control and Prevention Programs.
Ridaura reported National Epidemiological Surveillance System, When the symptoms started and it was possible to collect data for each person in the system to go to the doctor.
Therefore, they have been identified in entities that have had an average longer time to seek care, they had higher death rates.
“There is clear evidence that the shorter the time, the more likely it is to solve the problem,” the public official said.
Today is the average time in the Republic 3.6 days in the last week, at the beginning of the pandemic, at approximately week 14, the average was 4.0 days.
However, the ideal time recommended by Dr. Ruy López Ridaura for diagnosis was less than 48 hours after the onset of symptoms. “So far the numbers show that about 70% of the population is approaching in the first 48 hours,” he said.
Campeche, Colima, Nayarit, Oaxaca and Quintana Roo They are states that have reduced their attention span in the last four weeks, but moments have come that have been far from the top.
In recent weeks there have been states whose average care time has not changed Aguascalientes, Baja California, Chiapas, Mexico City, Guerrero, Hidalgo, Jalisco, Mexico, Michoacán, Morelos, Puebla, Sinaloa, Sonora, Tamaulipas and Veracruz.
They are organizations that are increasing the times to seek medical attention Baja California, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Durango, Guanajuato, Nuevo León, Querétaro, San Luis Potosí, Tabasco, Tlaxcala, Yucatán and Zacatecas, where they indicated that the average time is about five days.
In this regard, Ridaura explained, there are two main initiatives aimed at helping communities to attend an evaluation in hospitals. It is the first concentration of hospitalization skills at the national level.
So far, they are total 970 units in the IRAG network Registered (Severe Acute Respiratory Infection), although 410 of them have been validated; In addition, there are 15,653 general care beds and validated 35,196, as well 15,003 with fan bed and 5,971 validated, or 4,526 beds in Care Centers (CAT) and validated 2,090.
“What we have suggested to each entity is that they have state-of-the-art capacity plans for the best hospitals, along with a strategy to mobilize patients in hospital care so that capabilities can be maintained in fewer beds and be more effective,” he explained.
This is another strategic line improving the skills of health workers general care in the care or hospitalization of critically ill patients.
It has an ongoing platform for medical training and open daily microphone sessions, as well as specialized medical brigades, pre-training and shifts at tertiary institutes. Diploma Fundamentals of Critical Patient Management COVID-19.
In the latter, among others intensive care, internal medicine, pediatrics, infection prevention, mental health, sexual and reproductive health, violence prevention, physical therapy, among others.
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