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    Ừa, mọi người nên rút kinh nghiệm từ vụ này. Khi cần lửa mà hông có hộp quẹt thì có thể xài fitness tracker.

    Fitbit gần rơm lâu ngày cũng bén. (Hơi lâu chút.)

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    Hàng ngàn người đau
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    Coronavirus begins shutting down public life across Germany

    With Italy as a warning of what could come, large events in Germany have been canceled. Many who can work from home. Experts say public life must be curbed further for Germany to stand a chance of slowing the virus.



    A local district administrator in Germany demonstrates being tested for coronavirus via a drive-through system

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    Coronavirus in the UK: NHS faces perfect healthcare storm

    The National Health Service has been creaking at the seams for years. Financial cuts and failed personnel policies have left it in a moribund state. All told, it augurs ill for its ability to deal with a pandemic.



    It may be hard to believe, but there was a time when the UK's National Health Service (NHS) was held up as a beacon of equitable and universal health care coverage, funded from taxation and free at the point of use.

    But these days the NHS, cherished as a "national treasure" and the "envy of the world" by many proponents, is bedridden and hooked up to a life-support system.

    For years the system has been underfunded, understaffed and underequipped. Successive governments made lofty promises to overhaul the NHS financially and structurally, but more often than not failed to follow through.

    Drip-feeding the NHS to keep it afloat may work in less turbulent times, but with the coronavirus pandemic sweeping across the UK, it's going to require a lot more money, staff and resources to help the NHS deal with the outbreak.


    The government has announced an emergency response fund for the NHS to deal with the coronavirus outbreak

    One silver lining appeared on Wednesday in the form of Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak's budget pledge to set aside emergency funds for the NHS in England.

    "There's £5 billion (€5.6 billion, $6.3 billion) extra for [tackling] the coronavirus. It's a reserve fund across different public services which is new. We can think of plenty of things that the NHS should be able to do to bring in new capacity quite quickly — like the basics of buying protective clothing, paying for staff overtime and bringing in student nurses to address the problem," says Mark Dayan, policy analyst and head of public affairs with the Nuffield Trust, an independent health think tank.

    Money for nothing?

    But is that money merely a stop-gap measure? Tens of thousands of nursing posts remain vacant and beds are bursting to capacity. Not only are the beds full, the UK also has far fewer available beds than Germany, for example.


    Health Secretary Matt Hancock recently said that he was going to open 5,000 intensive care beds. While that may sound good on paper, it actually suggests that Hancock may not have connected all the dots.

    "People don't really understand what an intensive care bed actually means. It's not just a bed. It is a bed with a lot of equipment, a lot of very technically skilled, highly trained staff. For every intensive care bed you are looking at at least four fully qualified intensive care nurses. So if we look at opening 5,000 new beds we need to find 20,000 new fully qualified intensive care nurses," says Nicki Credland, head of the Paramedical, Peri-Operative and Advanced Practice Department at the University of Hull and chair of the British Association of Critical Care Nurses (BACCN).

    To put it into perspective: It takes over four years of study and specialized training to become a qualified intensive care nurse. As Credland says, "You can't just pluck those from the trees."

    An unhealthy mix

    To counter that, the NHS has in the past recruited from abroad, notably from EU countries. But the uncertainty over Brexit, which has already led to an exodus of EU doctors, nurses and carers, is putting a further strain on the system. Add to the mix the government's new immigration rules, which will virtually slam the door on so-called low-skilled workers, and the UK could be facing the perfect health storm.

    "There'll obviously be a question about whether the government's new immigration rules might be a deterrent. Certainly they're very bad for social care, and they would bar nearly anybody from coming to work in the sector," says Dayan.

    This is bad news for a sector that is already in a very poor state. Much-needed reforms have been put off for years and workforce problems have not been addressed.

    "Crucially we also need social care to help keep older people who may suffer from the coronavirus virus at home or in a care home or nursing home," says Dayan.


    Will the NHS be able to cope with the coronavirus pandemic?

    'Dad's Army'

    Desperate times occasionally call for desperate measures — if they're realistic. The Department of Health recently announced that it would consider bringing back retired doctors and medical staff to help tackle the coronavirus pandemic. But is that really feasible?

    "There are a number of issues with that," says BACCN Chair Credland. "Once you become a retired health professional you can't keep your professional registration for any length of time so therefore you are not actively maintaining your professional development. If they're no longer registered, they're no longer regulated and therefore no longer insured."

    Leaving aside the administrative hurdles, there are also practical implications to consider, says Credland.

    "Let's face it: The majority of us retire when we become elderly. The idea of bringing back a part of the population likely to be 60, 65 and over, and therefore already at a greater risk of contracting a virus such as this, and then putting them in a high risk environment, just doesn't make sense to us."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triển View Post

    Coronavirus in the UK: NHS faces perfect healthcare storm

    The National Health Service has been creaking at the seams for years. Financial cuts and failed personnel policies have left it in a moribund state. All told, it augurs ill for its ability to deal with a pandemic.


    The government has announced an emergency response fund for the NHS to deal with the coronavirus outbreak
    No Exit: Hell is having no other people? (L'enfer, c'est le solitaire! - J.P. Sạo)

    Anh sẽ yêu cầu người trên 70 tuổi tự cách ly trong thời gian dài
    https://www.bbc.com/vietnamese/world-51896866

    Anh Quốc đang lập kế hoạch để cách ly người cao tuổi trên 70 trong một thời gian dài để bảo vệ họ khỏi virus corona, Bộ trưởng Y tế Anh Matt Hancock nói.

    Ông nói với BBC: "Khoảng thời gian chúng tôi yêu cầu họ ở trong nhà là một yêu cầu [hy sinh] rất lớn - một thời gian rất dài."

    Người trên 70 tuổi và người trẻ hơn nhưng có nguy cơ nhiễm cao sẽ được thông báo họ phải ở nhà trong thời gian dài, với thực phẩm và thuốc men thiết yếu được đưa tới tận cửa.

    Tất cả những ca tử vong ở Anh đến nay là những người trên 60 tuổi và có bệnh nền.

    Bộ trưởng Y tế Anh nói những ai không có triệu chứng có thể đến thăm những người trên 70 tuổi với điều kiện họ giữ khoảng cách 2 mét.


    Ông xác nhận hệ thống y tế công NHS không có đủ máy thở để điều trị cho số người có thể gặp tình trạng nguy kịch do nhiễm virus. Ông nói chính phủ đang có kêu gọi phản ứng như trong thời chiến từ các hãng để sản xuất thêm máy thở.


    NHS sẽ ngừng tất cả các ca mổ không khẩn cấp và thực hiện một chương trình huấn luyện rộng để đào tạo cho nhân viên y tế từ các khoa cách chữa trị cho các bệnh nhân nguy kịch vì nhiễm virus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc
    bệnh nền.
    Chữ này chưa có trong tự điển ốckipedia. Có thể
    nói bệnh mặt bằng cho sang hơn chút hâm?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Triển View Post
    Có thể nói bệnh mặt bằng cho sang hơn chút hâm?
    BBC bị nhiễm CoViD-75 nặng lắm, hồng hơn chuyên. Nghề nền là dịch tin nền từ tiếng nền của nước nền. Sang thì có thể nói là lâm sàng có tiền án, bệnh án có tiền sự.
    Last edited by ốc; 03-16-2020 at 09:10 PM.

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    Na uy chê "y tế nền" của Mỹ lạc hậu:

    Norwegian university urges students to return home from the U.S., cites ‘poorly developed health services’
    https://www.marketwatch.com/story/no...ces-2020-03-15

    The U.S. health-care system? The Norwegian University of Science and Technology clearly isn’t impressed, so it’s urging students studying there to come home immediately.

    Thanks, Trump. MAGA = Make America Go Ass-backward

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    Hôm qua báo ghi cái bà ma-ni-keng Heidum Klum, dân Đức, sống ở Mỹ than phiền
    bả khó thở, đau nhức, hỏi tới 2 bác sĩ mà không có thể khám nghiệm vì không
    có đủ bộ thử nghiệm. Đơn giản là nơi bả ở không có. Không biết thiệt hông hay
    bả giả bộ làm màu để tự quảng cáo mình.
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    Chừng nào bả ho hen than phiền không nổi nữa thì mới cần khám nghiệm. Người ta đi kiếm mua cuồn giấy còn không được kìa. "Bà chúa phải gai..."

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    Chơi nhạc chống dịch.

    Chiều nay 18 giờ nhạc sĩ, đàn sĩ, nghệ sĩ ...etc trên toàn nước
    Đức sẽ cùng nhau mở cửa sổ ra chơi bài Ode an die Freude, đó
    là bản giao hưởng số 9 của Beethoven cung rê thứ opus 125. Mình
    có ghi danh thêm bài chèo cổ Bắc phần nữa nhưng không có ai hưởng
    ứng.




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