The number of cases in Istanbul is declining and the intensive care unit is becoming vacant

Government and University Hospital in IstanbulCovid-19 in service and intensive care The number of hospitalized patients has decreased significantly.

After reaching the top in the first week of February with the Omicron variant, the daily numbers, which have begun to decline, have continued the trend of rapid decline since March. This situation also led to a decline in the number of patients treated at the city’s Covid-19 services.

To date, the AA correspondent has received information from hospital authorities about the number of patients admitted to the Covid-19 service and intensive care unit at the government and university hospitals in Istanbul.

“Extremely strong immunity obtained by vaccination and a beautiful picture that has emerged”

Eagle Dr. Lutfi Kirdar City Hospital Chief Physician Prof. Dr. Recep DemirhanIt has been said that the number of hospitalized patients in the intensive care unit has come down drastically due to Kovid-19 in their hospital.

About a month ago, the number of hospitalized patients in the intensive care unit dropped to 1 in 4 today, Demirhan said. The number was close to 45-50. There are also hospitalized patients in service from Covid-19. There has been a decrease. ” Gave information.

Professor Dr. Demirhan also noted that the positive rate of Covid-19 in society has decreased. “People are less likely to get sick as a result of vaccination. Covid rarely affects them. Therefore, the number of admissions to intensive care units and services is low. This is the best indicator. This is the best.” Indeed, in fact, this is the success of the vaccine against Covid-19 in the health of our country. The vaccine has a very strong immune system. He said.

“The epidemic has lost its strength which could cause serious problems.”

Basaksehir Kam and Sakura City Hospital Coordinator Chief Physician Prof. Dr. Nurettin Yit Reported that 16 of the Covid-19s were treated in the intensive care unit and 24 in the service.

Professor Dr. Yiyit says a rapidly declining trend has entered, “We are in a time when covid is not very decisive as an indication for hospitalization. Our last remaining patients are usually elderly people with chronic disease. Some of them have actually passed, but they He is being treated for an overdose and is awaiting release. The epidemic has lost its strength, which could lead to serious problems. ” Evaluated her.

Emergency hospitals are in their quietest state.

Professor Dr. Murat is affiliated to Dilmena Emergency Hospital University of Health Sciences (SBU) Bakırköy Dr. Saadi Kanuk Training and Research Hospital Chief Physician Prof. Dr. Gokhan Tolga AdasHe said the number of patients admitted to emergency hospitals has decreased.

Adas said, “There are about 40-45 patients in the emergency hospital ward. There are 13-15 patients in the intensive care unit.” Gave information.

Recalling the high number of cases in the past, Adas noted that there has been a reduction of 80-85%.

Professor Dr. Associated with the martyred Professor Feriha Oz Emergency Hospital in Sankattepe. Dr. Chief Physicians Association of Ilhan Varangka Training and Research Hospital. Dr. Alpaslan Tanoglu stressed that since the beginning of the epidemic, the emergency hospital has experienced the quietest time.

Note that since the beginning of this month, they have been shrinking into intensive care units, Tanoglu said:

“As of this morning, we have 34 patients in the intensive care unit of Kovid-19. We have about 88 patients in our ward. One week ago, there were about 40-41 patients in the intensive care unit, it was playing. Even in the last 7-8 days, we have both the intensive care unit and the intensive care unit. ”The number of patients in the service has dropped by 10-15 percent. Admission of outpatients has also decreased, we are happy. In fact, in these intensive care patients, there are people who came 2-3 weeks ago, whose limbs were damaged even when their covidium became negative, and so they were hospitalized. “

There are no patients in the intensive care unit at Yedikule

Chief Physician Assoc of SBU Sultangazi Haseki Training and Research Hospital. Dr. Mehmet Mesut Sonmej He further mentioned that the number of patients in the intensive care unit has been reduced from 30 to 10 in 15-20 days and 10 to 13 patients have been treated in the service.

SBU Yedikule Chest Disease and Thoracic Surgery Training and Research Hospital Chief Physician Prof. Dr. Dr. Noting that they do not have intensive care patients, Sedat Altin said, “We have 6 covid patients in our service. We have no intensive care patients. We have not had intensive care patients since the last week of March.” Says

Professor Dr. Altın says the number of cases has dropped a lot, and if a new wave doesn’t come, the number of cases could drop further in 2-3 months.

Istanbul Training and Research Hospital Chief Physicians Association. Dr. Mehmet Toptas, on the other hand, noted that treatment at the Covid-19 Intensive Care Unit at their hospital was almost over, “We have 2 intensive care patients left. We now have about 10 patients in the ward.” Shared his knowledge.

Assoc. Dr. Noting that the number of patients has dropped significantly in the last month, Toptas said, “The decline is even more pronounced in recent days. Especially at the top of Omicron, when there were 50 patients in the ward or 15 patients in intensive care. Unit, it has started to decrease.” He said.

Umrania’s intensive care unit is expected to be empty by Monday.

Umraniye Training and Research Hospital Chief Physician Prof. Dr. Nakedd saglam, He noted that they have noticed a serious decline in covid patients treated at their hospital over the past two weeks.

“Two weeks ago, we had 12 adult intensive care units. We had 4 pediatric patients. That number has dropped. At present, there are 6 people in our intensive care unit,” Saglam said, predicting that the Covid-19 intensive care unit would be vacant next week. There are 9 patients in our ward. We will probably return to the intensive care unit next Monday. ” He said.

Marmara University (MU) Pendik Training and Research Hospital Chief Physician Prof. Dr. Hakan Gündüz, Başıbüyük serving on campus, MU Prof. Dr. Asaf Ataseven Hospital reported that there are currently 9 patients in the ward and 6 patients in the intensive care unit.

Istanbul University-Serahpasa (IUC) Serahpasa Medical Faculty Head Professor of Anesthesia and Renewal. Dr. Yalim Dickman added that there were no patients in the Covid-19 intensive care unit at their hospital.

Dickman noted that they have reduced the number of intensive care beds allocated for epidemics and have begun to serve many other patients.

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