Purify areas to improve patient care in Charallave

20 crews with two spray machines carried out comprehensive cleaning and disinfection in the clinical center.

More than 1.800 grams of 100% sodium hypochlorite, 36 liters of soap, 20 liters of chlorine and the same amount of disinfectant have been applied for the sanitation of different health centers located in the Cristóbal Rojas municipality (Charallave), Miranda state.

Rafael García, secretary of the Right to the City in Charallave, reported that the washing and total disinfection of the healthcare centers was resumed to guarantee the health of the medical and administrative staff and patients. "Our only goal is to continue fighting the spread of the virus, its variants and nosocomial diseases," he said. 

He added that 20 crews with two spray machines carried out comprehensive cleaning and disinfection at the Dialysis Care de Venezuela clinical center, located at 3 Street on Tosta García Avenue in Charallave.

The health unit is the only nephrological center in the Valles del Tuy and treats between 48 and 50 patients with kidney disease on a daily basis. The nephrology and hemodialysis spaces were washed with 10 liters of water, 4 liters of concentrated liquid soap, 130 grams of 100% sodium hypochlorite and 4 liters of chlorine and the same amount of disinfectant. "In the nephrological center we did the integral maintenance of the equipment, machines and health areas, in order to guarantee the care of kidney patients," said García.

Other crews with six spray machines have cleaned up and disinfected the areas of the CDI Mamá Pancha, the Dr. José Ramón Figuera Hospital, the Emergencias Pronto Socorro ambulatory and CDI de las Brisas. "In each healthcare center, 20.000 liters of water, 260 grams of sodium hypochlorite, 8 liters of chlorine, 4 liters of liquid soap and 4 liters of disinfectant have been applied," he explained.

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García added that 25 crews with six spray machines - during a joint effort with the Mayor's Office of Tomás Lander, Mission Barrio Nuevo Tricolor and Civil Protection - carried out the disinfection of the General Hospital of Los Valles del Tuy. They used 20 liters of liquid soap, 16 liters of chlorine, 50 thousand liters of water, 650 grams of 100% sodium hypochlorite, and 12 liters of disinfectant. 

 

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