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Presence of bacteria in the NICU still worries Association of Physicians in ES

Hospital Board argues that measures have already been taken and there is no outbreak, but Simes critical neglect and challenges

 
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The emergence of a bacterium in the neonatal ICU of Hospital Dorian Silva, in the Holy Spirit, is still of concern to the Union of Doctors in the state, which does not rule out risks the lives of patients. The entity determining whether stricter health surveillance and criticizes neglect of the authorities. After denounced on Wednesday (02), by the doctors at the hospital, the conduct of the event caused surprise to representatives of health professionals.

On 28 December, in a statement, the service of the hospital infection control Dorian Silva confirmed the outbreak of the bacterium Serratia Marcenenses neonatal ICU. The clinical director of the hospital ordered the closure of the maternity ward, but after a week, on Jan. 2, the isolation was suspended with the claim that there would be an outbreak of the bacteria and that preventive measures had been taken.

For Otto Baptista, President of Simes, the situation has not received due attention. We want to keep that maternity and NICU closed until we have an official report of the sanitary state accurately, assessing the same way as was done in private hospitals. We also want the prosecutors involved in this investigation, to determine whether there is omission or even see there a situation that endangers the lives of those children and the population capixaba and also medical professionals, he says.

The board of hospital outbreak denies and says that the situation is under control, despite confirmation of two children infected by the bacteria. According to the director general of Dorian Silva Hospital, Eumann Rebouças, the union's complaint is false. "The information given by the union does not proceed, there is no outbreak of bacteria. Research has already been made and there are two children with this bacterium in the NICU. Such children have been medicated and are clinically stable. Exams We performed in all children who were hospitalized and was negative for the bacteria, "says the director.

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