Resuscitations, exhausted in the Island
beds for Covid patients
The island, like eleven other regions, is using the equipment dedicated to non-Covid patients
There is also Sardinia among the twelve Italian regions that have run out of additional intensive care beds for Covid patients.
This was revealed by the weekly Altems report of the High School of Economics and Management of Health Systems of the Catholic University, Rome campus.
The Island - like Lombardy, Piedmont, Liguria, Calabria, Puglia, Molise, Umbria, Marche, Abruzzo, Tuscany and the autonomous province of Bolzano - is using the structural capacity of intensive care beds, i.e. places that should be dedicated to patients not affected by Covid-19.
To be precise, it is using 18.66% of its structural endowment. Highest percentage in Lombardy, which records 40.30%, Piedmont 31.19%, Liguria 30.67%, Calabria 26.03%, Puglia 20.39%, Molise 20. %, Umbria 14.29%, Marche 10.43%, Abruzzo 9.76%, Tuscany 5.23% and the Public Administration of Bolzano 2.70%.
Friuli-Venezia Giulia (98.18%), Lazio (93.82%), Emilia-Romagna (83.56%), the PA of Trento (78.85%) are close to total saturation of the additional capacity ), Campania (75.29%), Sicily (60.39%), Veneto (60.28%), Valle d'Aosta (59.26%) and Basilicata (53.66%).
(Unioneonline / D)