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Population increase during the summer makes the RS strengthen coastal emergencies

 
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North Coast hospitals receive more than $ 1.3 million to strengthen in emergencies.
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North Coast hospitals receive more than $ 1.3 million to strengthen in emergencies.

The government of Rio Grande do Sul area earmarked for the emergency hospital network reinforcement total of $ 1.32 million over five referral hospitals in the Coast. Cities have benefited from Torres, Capon of Canoa, Tramandaí, and Santo Antônio Osório Patrol. The action is part of the strategy of the state to strengthen the coastal municipalities in emergencies due to population growth during the summer.

With investment, the hospitals are providing 24-hour shifts medical specialties such as trauma and orthopedics, pediatrics, neurology and neurosurgery, vascular and emergency clinic, and lab tests and imaging.

These hospitals are referring to Primary Health Care (PHC) and other network services urgency and emergency.

As the centers are open doors for 24 hours, patients can be referred from the Basic Health Units (BHU), who also received funding for extended hours until 22pm, the Emergency Care Units (PSUs) or by Samu 192, as the severity of the case. These five hospitals are located in counties that have base Samu 192 and rely on the host system and screening patients for protocol regulated by risk classification.

In Tramandaí Hospital, run by the Hospital Foundation of South Sapucaia, and meet 100% by the Unified Health System (SUS) in January, demand is on schedule and shows no sign of overcrowding in emergency, informs Infrastructure Coordinator, Arlete Felicio. According to her, the sector that provides reception and classification of risk, was all reformed for summer 2013. "Even with the holiday season, the majority of cases were of patients with chronic diseases such as hypertension and diabetes," he said.

In Capão da Canoa, the Emergency Hospital Santa Luzia, who is philanthropic, is also given in an emergency, within the installed capacity is 74 beds. According to the technical director, Jairo Guss, summer demand increases 42% on average compared with the rest of the year. He explains, that also changes the population profile and severity of cases. "There are many cases of multiple trauma caused by motorcycle accidents and pedestrian accidents."

<b> Neurosurgery in Capon of Canoa </ b>

The managing director of the Hospital Santa Luzia, John Schmitt reports that among the news this summer, is also the functioning of the neurosurgery service. Available from implementing a care line that has a team of neurosurgeons, Samu base of 192, CT scans, surgery and ICU beds, the service performs about 15 surgeries per month, 99% of emergency. "The State Government, enabled the funding of $ 40 000 monthly for shifts of specialists in neurosurgery and that was very important to our region," he stressed.

Source: Isaude.net
   Palavras-chave:   Emergency    Coastline    Rio Grande do Sul    Primary Health Care    APS    Basic Health Units    UBS    Emergency Care Units    PSUs   
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