SUS in Campinas runs out of ICU-Covid beds again – daily life

Campinas is without ICU-Covid beds in the SUS (Photo: Karen Fontes / Código19)

Campinas once again had 100% occupancy in the ICU (Intensive Care Unit) exclusively for patients with covid-19 in the public network of the city. The information was confirmed on Monday afternoon (5) by the Department of Health.

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According to the folder, in the municipal SUS there are 157 beds and in the state SUS, in the HC (Hospital de Clínicas) there are another 38 ICU-Covid beds, but all are occupied.

The private network has: 246 beds, of which 235 are occupied, which is equivalent to 95.53%. There are 11 vacant beds.

In total, Campinas has 441 exclusive ICU beds for patients with covid-19 in public and private healthcare. Of this total, 430 are employed, which corresponds to 95.53%.

WAITING ROW

The Department of Health also confirmed that there are 109 patient patients suspected or confirmed with covid-19 on the waiting list who need infirmary or ICU beds.

Of this total, according to Pasta, 72 are waiting on the waiting list for a place at the ICU-Covid. Another 37 patients need a place in hospital beds.

The beds are available as follows:

– SUS Municipal: 157 beds, of which 157 are occupied, which is equivalent to 100%. There is no free bed.

– State SUS: 38 beds, of which 38 are occupied, which corresponds to 100%. There is no bed available.

– Private: 246 beds, of which 235 are occupied, which is equivalent to 95.53%. There are 11 vacant beds.

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