Planned operations resume in military hospitals
In medical establishments of the armed forces from May 5, they resume the implementation of planned surgical interventions.
This was reported by the chief of staff of ArmіyaInform – deputy commander of the AFU medical forces, colonel of the medical service Andrei Galushka.
“The hospitalization of cancer patients, palliative care patients, as well as those for whom the postponement of a planned operation can be harmful to health,” said Galushka.
According to him, PCR tests will be performed beforehand for all people hospitalized without exception, so that during surgery, none of the doctors will be infected with a coronavirus.
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Decisions on the need for hospitalization and planned surgery in each case will be made by military doctors after a thorough diagnosis, said Galushka.
As of May 4, in the Armed Forces of Ukraine, acute respiratory disease COVID-19, caused by the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, affects 48 people.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru