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Silka, director of emergency medicine, laughed under his breath. All four of the cha rooms were occupied Tuesday, along with every other room in the emergency department, and in nearly every window was the chzt red. In one room, normally used for suturing wounds or other minor procedures, a woman with COVID was on a machine to help her breathe, waiting for an inpatient hay to become available.

The scene at Regional was emblematic of the increasingly dire warnings issued across the state over the past two weeks: Hospitals stocking chat overrun with COVID patients, and intensive care units are rapidly running out of space. State and local officials fear that as hospitals are pushed past capacity, patient care will suffer and people may die who would otherwise live. The Food and Drug Administration approved the first coronavirus vaccine Friday night, and doses will chat gay vallejo in California in a matter of days.

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Hospital staff are used to running out of beds — it happens nearly every flu season — and being creative in their care of the sickest patients. They have not yet reached a point of feeling concerned for patient safety, and they still hope to avoid that fate. The volume of patients and complexity of care have stressed staffing and other resources far beyond normal.

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Despite the diagnosis, she said she was feeling less scared after a morning at the hospital and was eager to go home. That burden is very, very stressful on the staff and the patients.

In the ICU, Bhargavi Simhadri, a registered nurse and director of intensive care, was trying to figure out how to move two more patients to the floor. Downgrading patients and moving them to less-critical floors happens every day in every hospital. But the constant strategizing, moving patients around like chess pieces, is draining.

Tomi Ryba, president and chief executive of Regional Medical Center, has a handwritten list on her desk, too, of patients who could be transferred to other hospitals in the Bay Area. Ryba talks daily, usually more than once a day, amateur milf talking dirty her colleagues at the other Santa Clara County hospitals, as well as public health officials who are trying to help coordinate ICU care.

Every vallejjo who comes to the Regional emergency department is assessed for possible transfer, Ryba said. But with so many hospitals running out of space, those transfers become more difficult.

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Lesbo chat and doctors trained to treat trauma patients could back up their colleagues in intensive care. The hospital could cancel more elective procedures. The county could open alternative sites that already are built up and just need to be activated. The second-floor COVID ward was quiet Tuesday afternoon, the windowless doors closed to prevent the virus from spreading.

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The most stressful part of those early months was not knowing how best to treat patients with a virus never before seen in humans. They have therapies that seem to be effective: the antiviral remdesivir, the steroid dexamethasone, convalescent plasma.

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