An oxygen installation was built in the modular department of the Military/now-Coronavirus Hospital in Temesvár (Timișoara in Romanian), which will allow for 64 more hospital beds for coronavirus patients in critical condition. Ten of the new places will be for intensive care, equipped with special medical equipment, tion.ro reports. According to the newspaper in Temesvár, Temes (Timiș) County has 59 intensive care beds, 45 of which are occupied at the moment.
The Military Hospital in Temesvár said the beds may be available within a week. “The intensive care unit module was built from modular containers and equipped with special medical equipment to provide vital support for monitoring and treating patients in severe or critical condition. On March 8, 2021, the construction contract of the electrical project and the connection of the intensive care units to the electrical system was signed in compliance with all the fire protection regulations,” the spokesperson of the hospital said, adding that the contract calls for all work to take seven days, starting on March 9, 2021.
The modular department for the isolation and treatment of patients in Temesvár functions as an external section of the infectious disease department of the Dr. Victor Popescu Emergency Military Clinic Hospital. to assist and treat patients infected with coronavirus. At the end of October 2020, the modular department had just 30 places.
Title image: According to the Temes County Public Health Directorate, there are 59 intensive care beds in the coronavirus hospitals of the county, while the Temes County Prefect said that 45 patients are hospitalized in these.