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The observatory will temporarily accommodate patients who are unable to maintain self-isolation at home and do not need inpatient treatment.

A medical complex has opened at the Sokolniki Exhibition and Convention Center, which includes a hospital and an observational center for patients with coronavirus. It is located at the address: 5th Luchevoy Prosek, Building 7, Building 1. At the same time, a coronavirus hospital was opened in the Krylatskoye Ice Palace.

“We have created a number of reserve hospitals in the spring. These are not some hastily built structures, these are infectious clinics that meet the most modern requirements, the most modern standard, equipped with all the necessary equipment. There are also mobile X-ray machines, mobile CT machines, which will allow you to carry out the necessary radiation diagnostics. There are also intensive care units here, medical gases – oxygen – are supplied to each bed. Power supply units, discharge units, patient admission units – everything is done according to the highest standards, ”said Sergei Sobyanin during his visit to the hospital in the Sokolniki Exhibition and Convention Center.

According to him, the decision to open two hospitals in Sokolniki and Krylatskoye was made due to the high dynamics of morbidity in the city. “The hospitals themselves do not exist separately, they are in the structure of the leading Moscow hospitals, which are fighting covid. It was these hospitals that staffed the reserve hospitals with doctors and the necessary medical personnel, who constitute the backbone of the medical attendants in these hospitals. I hope that they will work efficiently and save the lives of many Muscovites. First of all, patients with mild and moderate severity of the disease will be admitted here, ”added Sergei Sobyanin.

He recalled that due to the increase in the incidence of COVID-19 in Moscow, a number of measures have been taken. So, starting September 28, Muscovites over 65 years old and citizens with chronic diseases must observe a home regime. “Additional vacations were introduced for schoolchildren – extended from a week to two weeks. And it was recommended to all enterprises, and then on a mandatory basis, the transition of most employees to a remote mode of work, ”said the Mayor of Moscow.

Sergei Sobyanin also noted that it is necessary to comply with all the requirements of sanitary doctors: “This is the key to stabilizing the situation. It is very important. I ask everyone to follow the established rules. “

In May this year, six pavilions in Sokolniki were redesigned in just two weeks. On an area of ​​26.1 thousand square meters, an administrative building was equipped to accommodate social services and medical personnel, medical buildings A and B for hospitalizing patients with COVID-19, as well as buildings C, D, D, which became an observatory. If necessary, they can again be used to make full-fledged medical buildings with an oxygen supply system and an intensive care unit. Employees of the Department of Labor and Social Protection of the City Population are responsible for the life support of the complex. Physicians will be fully focused on treating patients.

The call center for relatives is open daily from 08:00 to 21:00. You can find out how the patient is feeling by calling the hotline: +7 (495) 870-74-01.

The complex will receive the first patients in the coming days.

Hospital in “Sokolniki”: 47 doctors and an oxygen station

The hospital installed modern medical equipment, including five ultrasound machines, 18 ventilators and an AIRO computer tomograph (a mobile device that allows high-precision diagnostics). To study biological material, a laboratory with a capacity of 3,500-4,000 thousand samples per day was deployed. The wards have furniture, call buttons for medical staff, oxygen lines, showers, bathrooms and washbasins.

All medical workers of the complex have tablets connected to the UMIAS system. By reading the QR code on the patient’s bracelets, doctors will have quick access to the electronic medical record and test results. For the patients themselves, tablets were also purchased – on 350 devices it will be possible to watch films, listen to music. There is wireless Wi-Fi on the territory.

More than 1200 medical valves and over 30 medical consoles are connected to the oxygen station with a volume of 10 cubic meters. Each bed (including the observatory) has an individual medical gas valve. There are also filtration, purification and air conditioning devices. The hospital is divided into “clean” and “dirty” zones by a sanitary inspection – a gateway that prevents the spread of infection.

Patients will be admitted through the admission department with 10 observation boxes and three registries. After treatment, they will be able to leave the complex through special zones equipped with eight showers with toilets.

In total, the complex will employ 47 doctors, more than 80 nurses and about 60 nurses. A wardrobe and changing rooms were made for them, 33 shower cabins, 18 bathrooms with washbasins, a recreation area were equipped. Additional engineering communications – cold and hot water supply pipelines, low-voltage power supply cable – will ensure the uninterrupted operation of the hospital. In addition, ambulance washing and disinfection points were installed on the territory.

The planned capacity of the hospital at the Sokolniki Expo Center is about 550 beds, including 18 intensive care beds. At the time of opening, it is planned to use 342 beds.

The hospital is managed by the city clinical hospital named after F.I. Inozemtseva is a large multidisciplinary hospital, whose doctors have extensive experience in treating patients with coronavirus. Since April 20, the institution has received about 1.8 thousand patients with suspected COVID-19.

According to the chief physician of the city clinical hospital named after F.I. Inozemtsev Alexander Mitichkina, a separate diagnostic base has been created at the hospital. “We have a full range of equipment for performing radiation diagnostics, including X-rays, computed tomography, ultrasound diagnostics. We have a whole laboratory unit that allows all research to be done on this territory. We receive any answer within 20-40 minutes after the start of the study, ”said Alexander Mitichkin.

According to him, doctors have no problems in timely diagnosis of the patient’s condition and in determining the prognosis of the development of the disease. “If we see that a patient is getting better, if he has good positive dynamics, we can transfer him to a special observational unit, in which he will be treated. If we see negative dynamics – unfortunately, we must foresee this in advance – we are ready to transfer the patient to the main territory of our hospital to the intensive care unit, ”he specified.

Observator in Sokolniki

An observational center has been made in the pavilions next to the hospital. It will accommodate for temporary residence patients who do not need inpatient medical care, who are not able to comply with the self-isolation regime at home.

The planned capacity of the observational center is 650 ward-type beds. It will be able to accommodate citizens between the ages of 18 and 65, who have no restrictions on mobility.

On the territory of the observatory (its area is more than 15.9 thousand “squares”), a sector of reception and discharge of citizens, a sector of temporary accommodation, “quiet” and “noisy” living rooms, and also equipped shower and toilet rooms were created. The premises were decorated with works by the participants of the Moscow Longevity program and photographs taken by the traveler Dmitry Shparo.

Each guest will receive a memo with the rules for staying in the center, the daily routine and the schedule of leisure activities. On request, tablets with loaded entertainment content will also be provided. It will be possible to connect to free Wi-Fi. In the “quiet” living room, you are invited to read a book or the press, play board games, and in the “noisy” one, you can watch TV, take part in various entertainment and educational activities (for example, in the online course for teachers of “Moscow Longevity”). If the need arises, guests will be provided with remote or face-to-face consultations by employees of the Moscow Service for Psychological Assistance to the Population.

The observatory employs 423 people. They will work in a continuous shift mode. It is managed by the Moscow City Rehabilitation Center (MGTSR) of the Department of Labor and Social Protection of the Population, whose employees have extensive experience working with COVID-positive guests.

In February of this year, the IHCR was one of the first to be redesigned as an observatory. After the training, the specialists worked in the red zone, helping to make the guests’ stay as comfortable as possible. At the same time, not a single employee was infected with the coronavirus.

During its work in the observer mode, more than one thousand people have become guests of the MGCC. And since the beginning of the year, more than 8.5 thousand people have lived and been treated in the observators of the city Department of Labor and Social Protection of the Population. As of October 2, 231 people live in observational centers in the capital.

Hospital in “Krylatskoye”

The Krylatskoye Ice Palace was redesigned into a coronavirus hospital in April – May 2020. On an area of ​​23.4 thousand square meters, 1,347 infectious beds and 42 intensive care beds were placed.

The hospital has modern medical equipment, including five X-ray machines, five ultrasound machines, 42 ventilators, mobile and intraoperative computed tomographs. In addition, there is an oxygen station to which 1,347 medical valves and 42 medical consoles are connected.

The hospital is equipped with filtration, purification and air conditioning devices. An express laboratory was created on its basis, which can serve up to 150 patients per day. The main research will be carried out in a centralized laboratory on the territory of City Clinical Hospital No. 67.

The hospital wards have the necessary furniture, call buttons for medical personnel, and medical oxygen is supplied to each bed. Showers, toilets and washbasins are at the disposal of patients.

With the help of a sanitary inspection – a gateway that prevents the spread of infection – the hospital is divided into “clean” and “dirty” zones. On its territory there are points for washing and disinfection of ambulances.

At the time of opening, the hospital plans to use 356 ward beds and 42 intensive care beds. 61 doctors and 90 nurses will work with patients. The hospital in “Krylatskoye” is managed by the city clinical hospital No. 67 named after L.А. Vorokhobova, whose doctors have accumulated vast experience in treating patients with coronavirus infection.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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