So, friends — today will be a very interesting continuation of my post about the real state of Russian hospitals. As you regular readers of my blog — I recently posted a selection of photos of the real hospitals in Russia with a description of their condition. In comments to the post came a lot of quilted jackets, Stalinists, anti-Westerners and lovers of the Soviet Union, which was announced in vspuchilis to post the truth and spoke out in the comments that everything is a)very long shot, b)shot in the halls of the state Department and in)all that is really happening in Ukraine.
A few days ago I wrote a reader from my blog who lives in Khabarovsk Krai and is currently in the local infectious diseases hospital — in fact, the one that aims to fight infections, epidemics and coronaviruses. The hospital has the status of the Central district — that is, it is still considered quite a large hospital where going to be treated from the entire district. In General, you’ll see my comments are redundant here. In the Preface to the post I will only add that in this children’s hospital with children and adults also be treated (infectious diseases) — more curing nowhere…
So in today’s post — the freshest photos of the state Russian hospital for infectious diseases in the Khabarovsk territory. In General, make sure you check out the article below, write your opinion in the comments, and of friends added do not forget. And telegram channel also subscribe)
02. Let’s start with the furniture and the overall situation in the wards. Beds in wards that are set — times of the USSR with antediluvian tubular grid. The problem of electrification and chargers, patients decide on their own with homemade portable cords.
03. The mattress (or rather mattress) with yellowed traces of infectious patients. Mattress, I think, remembers how mninimum grandfather Andropov, and Brezhnev.
04. Stripped table of the same years. Please note that the door is not even the handle. Where the handle Delhi? Maybe she was sacrificed to the Greatness?
05. A General view of one of the chambers with the immortal Soviet linoleum, which is bubbling and creaking on the wooden floor. “But we do rockets!” suddenly whoop quilted jackets, when you see these photos, and, jumping on its own exhaust instantly carried away listening to on TV about the great victories of military-space forces on hospitals in Syria.
06. Baby cots for the youngest patients.
07. Without tears it is impossible to watch — cots seemed to come from Pripyat and look at people with the same silent reproach…
08. Let us now go out into the corridor. Here, too, little has changed since Soviet times — even labels like “TABLE FOR DIRTY DISHES” written by hand stenciled. Stencil, Carl! As in the eighties.
09. All the same Soviet red linoleum over old flooring — so the repair was done in the 1970s and ‘ 80s, and since then nothing has changed. And, well, plastic over the door to the Smoking room set, Yes.
10. Since Soviet times in the hospital changed the door — instead of the painted wooden doors from the array put the cheapest cardboard with round handles for $2. I’m joking — stick are so much, they put in the cheapest frame cottages projects well, even in Russian hospitals of the era of Putinism.
11. Shower. Stripped walls. On top of broken up bricks, Soviet boxes a bit of snot hanging to the more modern fluorescent lamp.
12. As I mentioned in an earlier post — in the children’s Department with children are adults who should not be here. I repeat — do not support children (healthy mom or dad), and adult patients in the infectious disease Department. The stories of my cities that sent photos cases of transmission of infection from sick to healthy in the hospital is not rare. In addition, one floor putting patients with respiratory infection and fecal-oral infections, but all lie together, the question must be decided by the doctor — but the issue is not solved for many years.
13. Stripped walls. Broken glass in the hallway. The view from the window is also by the way very characteristic.
In the comments Russkaia about how prettier the country under Putin, and how Russia is ready to coronavirus is also not forget to mention.
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