US News: Corona alarm! In Berlin, only 91 intensive beds are free - and every day 25 patients come

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! GOT TO! BUT! EVEN! THE! Last! Shake! Berlin is facing the collapse of the emergency supply system. There are hardly any intensive care beds free, as a Charité doctor betrays. And the location around the many Corona patients is getting more dramatic.

  Corona-Alarm! In Berlin sind nur noch 91 Intensivbetten frei – und täglich kommen 25 Patienten dazu © Provided by Berliner Kurier

"The Corona situation is very worrying and currently not under control," said Gernot Marx, President of the German Interdisciplinary Association for Intensive and Emergency Medicine (Divi), recently.

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throughout Germany would currently be 3675 Corona patients in intensive care. 1887 of them were only last week. On average you will be 15 to 20 days there.

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and also in Berlin, the situation is getting faster and faster. The corona incidence in the capital remains at a high level. She was on Tuesday morning at 349. On Monday, the value was 338. 3263 people were registered in Berlin compared to the previous day as proven to be reinforced

The Corona-Tsunami threatens to finally bring the supply system to collapse. Steffen Weber-Carstens, Head of the Divi Intensive Register and Part of the Charité Klinikleitung, said the Tagesspiegel , in Berlin were only 91 intensive care beds from 1051 intensive cots. Currently, however, about 25 Covid new recordings would be done daily. "It has become very, very tight," warns Steffen Weber-Carstens.

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How long that can still go well, you can calculate yourself. A few days maybe, a maximum of a few weeks. Then the limit of the affordable is achieved. And then? If physicians have to decide in an emergency when treating - and who just not?

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Although there is still a kind of emergency Emergency plan. 334 beds are ready to reserve. But who should look after that? The staff is less and less. A document for this: Last autumn, Berlin was planning 1300 intensive beds, 249 more than today.

Because an intensive care force may take care of two beds on the day, three at night. In the more beds people fight for survival, the higher the personnel expenses.

No question: This is only if plannable OPS is moved again. When staff is changed again. When nurses help out of normal stations. When students and assistants are ready to help them.

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Steffen Weber-Carstens warned before the consequences: "We lose quality with the thinning of the staff." And that's anyone helped.

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A way out of the Corona wave can still be just about vaccination. "There is a whole series of young patients in the intensive care unit, which are predominantly unrema," assures Steffen Weber-Carstens and promotes more willingness to vaccinate. By contrast,

does not want intensive care medicine. Not even for your own profession. "We are against a lumination for individual groups," said Divi President Gernot Marx. But there is a "moral-ethical commitment of doctors and nurses for vaccination".

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