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Food: Children's Clinic of the Magdeburg Clinic reaches Limit: "Condition unsustainable"

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Magdeburg- In the field of child and adolescent medicine of the Clinic Magdeburg , Corona, an early flu wave and more and more cases of RS viruses at the capacity limit.

Das Klinikum Magdeburg kommt besonders auf den Kinderstationen an die Grenzen. Klaus-Dietmar Gabbert/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa © Klaus-Dietmar Gabbert/DPA central picture/dpa The Magdeburg Clinic is particularly limited to the limits at the children's stations. Klaus-Dietmar Gabbert/DPA central picture/dpa

"We can still take up children, but we also have to go from other clinics in the surrounding area because they overrun," said chief physician Matthias Heiduk on Wednesday, according to a message from the clinic .

"It becomes a daily risk where beds are still free in the area." This condition is permanently unsustainable, he said.

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Currently there are inquiries for recordings from Hanover or Braunschweig because of the tense infection situation, for example, to outsource the clinic in parallel.

had to be pushed on the ward, otherwise the inpatient care of sick infants and toddlers would be at risk. The outpatient pediatricians also have their capacity limit. According to

Heiduk, one reason for the intensification of the supply situation is also that some children's and youth clinics have been closed in recent years.

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Heiduk: Magdeburg Clinic needs new structures

It is questionable that there are now bottlenecks on many children's intensity stations, according to the doctor. Long transport routes are also stressful for small patients. According to Heiduk,

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also have to be resolved in the medical care of children and adolescents, such as the case flat -rate system, which prescribes limited funds for patient care.

New structures are needed in several areas.

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