Caring for critically unwell coronavirus patients has been a “studying expertise” and workers are “properly ready” for a second wave of infections if it emerges, a hospital advisor mentioned.
At its peak, about 65 individuals with coronavirus have been being cared for at Royal Papworth Hospital in Cambridge. Three months on, solely eight stay in crucial care.
Intensive care advisor Dr Stephen Webb mentioned it could take time for all its companies to get again to regular, however life on the hospital was getting “significantly better”.
“The entire expertise has been a studying expertise. Let’s hope there is not a second wave, but when there was a second wave, we would be properly ready,” he mentioned.