We frequently work over one job, i.e. over 160 hours a month. Some even 240 or 300 hours. We’re exhausted – stated the paramedic Michał Fedorowicz on TVN24. He instructed about his working day.
A paramedic, Michał Fedorowicz, talked on TVN24 about his work in the course of the epidemic.
“I occurred to be on obligation once I did not have to attend in entrance of the hospital”
– We have now a 24 hour name. We begin at 7am and end at 7am the following day. Throughout this time, we attempt to assist as many sufferers as attainable, however this quantity relies on the variety of departures – he stated.
And with this – he added – “it may be totally different”. – Typically we get a visit and spend 6, 10 or 12 hours with one affected person, relying on the ready time within the emergency room. And generally it’s attainable to unravel the issue of the decision inside an hour and a half – stated Fedorowicz.
When requested if he had ever waited in a line outdoors the hospital to depart the affected person he was taking in an ambulance there, he replied: – I will reply in any other case. I used to be on obligation once I did not have to attend. As a result of I did not take any affected person to the hospital.
“We’re all increasingly more drained”
The lifeguard admitted that “the power is operating out”. – We’re all increasingly more drained, paramedics, docs, nurses, diagnosticians – he enumerated.
– We’re exhausted as a result of we work past our power. Lifeguards typically work multiple job, i.e. over 160 hours a month. Some work 240 or 300 hours – added Fedorowicz.
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