St Anna Hospital in Sofia. (Photo Credit - Reuters)
St Anna Hospital in Sofia. (Photo Credit - Reuters)

Bulgaria: Doctors signal that hospitals are under pressure and human resources are depleted

ANI | Updated: Oct 27, 2021 17:26 IST


Sofia [Bulgaria], October 27 (ANI/Novinite): The situation with the spread of covid in the country continues to deteriorate. The incidence across the country has already reached 785 infected per 100,000 population.
We set a new record today - 6816 are infected in the last 24 hours. 13.5 per cent of the 50,356 tests performed are positive. 124 people have died in the last 24 hours, and over 94 per cent of them have not been vaccinated. The pressure on hospitals is also increasing - over 1,100 newly admitted patients with covid.
The total number of hospitalized is already 7325 people. There are not enough beds, but the bigger problem is that the doctors are at their limit - there are not enough medics, nurses and orderlies. This was stated in "The Day Begins" by anesthesiologist Dr Ivan Kolchakov. He added that the responsibility for dealing with the pandemic is personal.

"Beds and health facilities do not cure, not to mention the Armeec hall and such exotics. Specialized teams that can perform resuscitation, specialists like me, we are a big deficit without a pandemic, and now we are divided into groups that need to "They take care of the patients with covid, and at the same time the other diseases have not stopped functioning. From this point of view, the shortage of staff is extremely acute," said Dr Kolchakov.
Doctors remind that in this wave there is a better organization in the distribution of patients, but nevertheless, the medical institutions are at the limit of their strength.
"The entire health care system has stood side by side to bear this burden - both private and municipal and state hospitals bear the burden equally," said Ivan Todorov, deputy chairman of the Bulgarian Hospital Association.
If you go to a meeting of hospital managers, you will see how it is trying to make an organization save more lives. If you go out on the streets, this horror and this difficult situation, which is in the Bulgarian medical institutions, is not felt, he added.
Doctors remind that in this wave there is a better organization in the distribution of patients, but nevertheless, the medical institutions are at the limit of their strength. (ANI/Novinite)

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