There are memories that I would really like to erase from my memory forever, but so far it's somehow not possible...
Photo report from the covidarium October - November 2020
DEDICATED TO ALL MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS
DARKNESS AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL - There, at the end of campus, was one of the many hastily set up covid stations I was assigned to...
COVID 19 - Administration of blood derivatives was on the daily basis
TWO NURSES - I alternated after about 2-4 hours depending on the demands of the department, i.e. the current composition of patients
AT THE PATIENT'S BEDSIDE - That's how we saw you, dear patients, when our shields became foggy...
WAITING FOR INFUSION - The clean and infectious zones were separated by a huge screen suspended from the ceiling on a metal cable, with only a small opening for passing anything...for example infusion
NURSING DOCUMENTATION- Paper, where is written what should be done with the patient...
ON THE NIGHT SHIFT: 5 MORE MINUTES, PLEASE! - ...and quickly back into the overalls...
COFFEES - and there were bright moments too...
I NEED 4 PADS UNDER THE PATIENT! - Communication between the nurses in the infected and clean zones was different...but it always worked
TRANSMISSION - In the upper left, medications are prepared for patients, and in the lower right - just take them and go and give them. Nothing complicated, right?
CONTROL - To this day, I can still hear the crazy, hard and loud gasps for each breath of our patients in contrast to the gentle bubbling of the oxygen being administered
EXITUS - or death. A special procedure and folder was created for it. What to add..
DYING - Despite all our efforts and care for patients, we had to come to terms with the fact that death in a live broadcast would be our daily bread. And you really don't want that!
WHEELCHAIR AND WHEELBED - A child's drawing on the wall of the corridor added to the infectious helplessness
FUTILITY - and exhaustion... Why is all this happening?!?