The Municipal Health Directorate in Paz Castillo Municipality, Santa Lucia del Tuy, Miranda State, provided insulin vials to more than 100 patients with type 1 diabetes who were admitted through the city’s outpatient network in Tuyera.
Through the Care Program for Chronic Patients and Endocrinologists, the vials were sent by the Ministry of Health to the Popular Power.
Treatment for patients with diabetes was given at the Villa Tatiana Comprehensive Community Health Area (ASIC) and the Rosario de Sopaire Comprehensive Diagnostic Center (CDI).
Mayor Victor Julio González confirmed that the Paz Castillo Health Department provides medical care and medicines for free to all patients admitted through the ambulatory network.
“This support for the distribution of insulin comes from the national government, which despite difficulties and adversities, continues to meet the needs of its people while guaranteeing their safety,” he said.
The mayor highlighted that more than 100 patients are benefiting from this post, which additionally talks about the importance of prevention, biosecurity measures, use of different syringes and the use of pens, which are pencils where Refills are kept. , among other guidelines.
Elirod Silva, director of Salud Paz Castillo, explained that the distribution of NPH and crystalline insulin is aimed at guaranteeing the health of all insulin-dependent patients who cannot receive treatment due to the economic war.
“Once patients are admitted through the ambulatory network, they are registered and, subsequently, called to confirm the information appearing in the medical report (…) thus drug dispatch days is coordinated”, ” specific.
Silva reiterated that those insulin-dependent patients who are not yet registered to receive treatment can visit the nearest clinic or various comprehensive community health areas (ASICs) from their home with a copy of their identity card, medical reports . “There they will be admitted for the coming days,” he insisted.