The Health Sector of the City of Tlaxcal provides medical care to seven patients who were discharged from the IMSS-Walfare hospital in Zacatelco, from a drainage collapse caused by heavy rain that occurred this Wednesday afternoon. that of May, 244
The pregnant woman was transferred to the Hospital de la Mujer (HM), which was scheduled to give birth, as medical personnel from the hospital were already attending.
The director of the IMSS-Bienestar hospital in San Pablo del Monte, Yazmín Jiménez Reyes, announced that six patients, a 62-year-old female with decompensated diabetes mellitus, and six 48-year-old males were diagnosed with polycontusion. and cervical injury; 39 years old with pancreatitis; 54 years old with prostatic hyperplasia; A 76-year-old with a kidney infection and type 2 diabetes mellitus and a 28-year-old who is recovering from surgery.
There are non-serious patients who are stable and will continue with their quality and warm medical care, explained Jiménez Reyes.
He indicated that patients will be discharged on Thursday, 25 or Friday, 26 May 2023, although this will be in the successful development of their health.
He said that according to the instruction of the Governor Lorena Cuéllar Cisneros in favor of the health of the population and not the medical services of the patients, if necessary, the health workers assigned to the hospital IMSS-Bienestar de Zacatelco should be transferred. San Pablo del Monte, to receive medical care and monitoring treatments to recover health.
Seven patients were transferred by ambulances to the Regulatory Center for the Medical Emergency of the State of Tlaxcala (Crumt) and the Mexican Red Cross, which supported the evacuation.
Given the natural event that affected the Zacatelco hospital, the coordination between the hospitals in the Health Region of Tlaxcala helped to provide medical care to the patients.
As soon as the Zacatelco IMSS-Walfare hospital is ready, the possibility of serving services again and, if necessary, returning patients to the hospital, will be developed, since only the drainage collapses have been identified.