Marc Amouretti, 32, is a doctor in the intensive care unit at Louis Mourier Hospital in Colombes (Hauts-de-Seine), an establishment dependent on the Public Assistance of Paris Hospitals (AP-HP). In the front line facing the Coronavirus epidemic, he tells Release his daily life and how his service is organized to cope.
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“The Covid-19 has been a reality for more than a week. We are now going beyond the “anecdotal” cases linked to a few well-established clusters, where we could almost trace the chains of contamination from one family member to another. From now on, the cases are multiplying, in more or less serious forms, and occupy an increasing part of the resuscitation beds. This pushes us to rethink our organization every day to optimize patient care, and in particular to ensure that those who do not have the coronavirus are not
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