The second wave of outbreaks has led to a surge in patients, and Spanish hospitals are once again overburdened

Hospitals across the country have resumed the treatment of patients with other diseases and rescheduled medical activities such as delayed surgery after spending a whole spring in the front line of fighting the new coronavirus, the website of Spain’s “national newspaper” reported on October 24. However, the second wave of outbreaks led to a surge in cases again, putting hospitals back in trouble. According to the report, although the saturation degree of hospitals in different parts of the country is different, the saturation of ICUs in some hospitals in some areas is close to 100%, because the number of patients visiting the hospital has rapidly increased by 40% in a few days. < / P > < p > it has been reported that the number of new coronavirus patients in hospitals in the autonomous regions of Catalonia, Andalusia and Castile Leon has begun to increase, and emergency measures are urgently needed, such as limiting family visits, opening more floors or delaying non emergency medical activities. But novel coronavirus pneumonia is the most novel coronavirus pneumonia.

reports that novel coronavirus pneumonia is a major feature of the epidemic in Spain. Although the ascending slope of the epidemic curve was smaller than that of the first time, it lasted longer. This has led to bed strain in many intensive care units. The situation across the country is worrying, according to the report. In the Castile Leon autonomous region, there are five hospitals whose ICU bed capacity has exceeded their conventional capacity, so they have to rely on additional beds to treat all critically ill patients. In terms of efficiency, the ICU service system usually works when the ICU is relatively full, but it also reserves some leeway to increase or reduce beds according to the existing medical staff and needs. But according to the current situation, the room for maneuver has become smaller and smaller. The city of novel coronavirus pneumonia can be reduced by isolation.

, but if some cities and regions do not want to take quarantine measures, the only thing to do is postpone medical operations such as surgery for non new crown pneumonia patients. Novel coronavirus pneumonia is reported to have been completely shifted to hospitals in the first wave of

outbreak. In the current second wave of the epidemic, hospitals all try to maintain normal medical activities as much as possible to prevent the backlog of patients waiting for treatment.