MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
The mobile hospital of the Russian Ministry of Defense completed the tasks set to help the local population in the fight against COVID-19 in South Ossetia and began to march to the point of permanent deployment.
The personnel of the mobile multidisciplinary hospital of the Western Military District will march under their own power on their regular equipment from the city of Tskhinval with a length of about 2 thousand kilometers to Alabino near Moscow.
Since the operation of the mobile hospital in South Ossetia, about 200 patients have been cured, more than 2 thousand PCR tests, 1.6 thousand laboratory tests have been carried out, the specialists of the mobile hospital have provided outpatient consultations to about 1.5 thousand people.
“All citizens of the republic have been provided with full assistance in the form of antiviral therapy, antibacterial therapy, dental treatment, oxygen therapy and vitamin therapy. Instrumental studies were also performed: X-ray, cardiogram and general blood tests. If there were any problems in organizing the treatment of patients, the local authorities helped us in full, ”said Igor Grishin, head of the infectious diseases department of the mobile hospital, captain of the medical service.
A column of the mobile hospital of the Western Military District arrived in South Ossetia on October 27, 2020 to provide medical care to patients with COVID-19 at the request of the regional leadership.
The next day, the Russian military deployed a mobile hospital with 100 beds in Tskhinvali on the territory of the Olymp stadium to treat those infected with coronavirus infection. To carry out medical and diagnostic measures, the hospital is equipped with artificial lung ventilation devices, monitors for intensive observation of patients, X-ray machines, ultrasound machines, blood analyzers and a PCR laboratory.
A mobile multidisciplinary hospital is a field medical unit designed for inpatient treatment of patients with various pathologies, including an infectious profile.
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