On her behalf, Daniela Trezzi wears Nurse And Superheroes That’s How I Saved The World Shirt, 34, a nurse in the intensive care of the Monza hospital, a temple of the pain and anguish of the most severe sufferers from coronavirus infection, the thousands of base union union (USB) workers went on strike on Wednesday to force the closure of more factories that work in jeopardy public health. She didn’t find out because a few days ago she was found hanged in the same hospital. She was detached from the stress. She had been infected by the virus, she feared she had infected others. Exhausted by work, the grim spectacle of death and suffering around her led to her suicide. “Too high the price we are paying. There have already been other suicides.” Daniela lived alone and there is a picture with the mask, two beautiful and lively eyes. “We will never forget her,” her companions say. Daniela, elevated to a symbol of sacrifice and solidarity because she lived obsessively to save patients, raises to martyrdom the death or contagion of nearly 5,700 doctors and health workers in hospitals where the coronavirus is fought on the front line.
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It’s until this Wednesday 29 doctors who have lost their lives. The last two are Rosario Lupo, from Bergamo and Giuseppe Fasoli, a retired physician who had volunteered in Brescia, where the need for professionals is dire.The hospitals of the front line in the fight against pestilence are scenarios of heroic struggles, but also focuses of new outbreaks of the crown virus. “Something doesn’t work,” said Professor Massimo Galli, primary infectious diseases at The Sacco hospital in Milan, one of the most listened to experts. It is known and accepted that the epidemic started on 21 February departed from the Codogno hospital in Lodi, the southern province of Lombardy. The virus had infiltrated the area two weeks ago and those who went through lung problems to the nosocomia infected everyone: doctors, nurses and the other patients. Enrico Bucci, professor of systems biology at the University of Philadelphia, noted that “under normal conditions, at the beginning of the epidemic each infected infected infected on average at another 2.5. In some Lombard hospitals the capacity for contagion expanded to 6 and 7 patients. So a first-aid infected infected seven others, who in a few hours were hundreds.”
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Pier Luigi Lopalco, of the University of Pisa, attributes the disaster to the fact that the normal organization of a hospital is not prepared to face a virus “that is transmitted by air and with a high rate of contagion, which makes it a center of dissemination”. While all of Italy is locked in its home, hospitals, Lopalco notes, “they are the only places where thousands of people are in close contact.”
The solution would be to reduce interpersonal relationships, preventing staff from moving from one sector to another. “In structures specialized in infectious diseases precautions are practice, but this is not paid much attention in general hospitals,” said Giuseppe Ipppolito, scientific director of the Spallanzani Institute in Rome, the best hospital in the Italian specialty.
Microbiologist Andrea Crisanti of the University of Padua, considered the father of the successful Veneto model that has managed to contain more than any other region the advance of the virus crown, argues: “I fear that in Italy culture is lacking to deal with epidemics”. Professor Bucci notes that “doctors are not prepared because an epidemic like this has not been seen in Italy for generations.” The big risk is that the high number of infected health workers slow down the ranks of those fighting the virus on the front line. That’s why thousands of doctors and nurses, fresh from laurea, are being summoned, and Italy is asking other countries for help. Groups of doctors have already arrived from Cuba and Russia. Others are expected but not from Europe, occupied as they are in their own epidemics of the virus.
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The nervous stress, exhaustion and pain of the tragedy of the sick that I saw all day, were also combined so that nurse Silvia Luchetta, 49, of the hospital of Jesolo, in The Veneto, put an end and throw himself into the sea. Silvia was one of the most active in the relationship with patients. Nurses communicate in intensive care with intubated patients showing them posters. “Are you all right?” “He called your son” “You’re better, we sent you to another sector.” In the now orphaned room of Nurse Luchetta have been the posters with which she tried to lift the spirits of her friends, the sick. They dare not tell them what happened to patients who are on the brink of death, they prefer to tell them that Silvia was transferred.
The Catholic world is also being robbed by the epidemic. There are more than sixty priests and nuns killed since the beginning of the epidemic. In Bergamo, a city of solid religious roots, where many families have a priest or a religious among its members, 24 of the deceased already add up. Among the nuns, the last case is that of the convent of Tortona of the Little Missionary Sisters of Charity, of the family of Don Orione. Five of them died, including 88-year-old mother superior Ortensia Turati, and 41 have been transferred, infected by coronavirus, into other structures. Also the confessor father Cesare Concas, 81, died last Friday.
The most tragic story is that of the “house”, the international headquarters of the Saverian fathers in Parma, missionaries who have lived for tens of years in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and are now reluctant to ask for help after having spent their lives giving it to others. They are infected with the virus and for almost two weeks almost every day one dies. Thirteen of them are already deceased. Father Rosario Giannattasio, superior, reported that they have decided to isolate themselves “so as not to have contacts and endanger the others, who are outside our walls”. Meals can be reached by an elevator. “We eat two meters away from each other,” the superior explains. But they’re all infected by the virus. “We pray, we get sick and die. But now someone should come and help us.” A dozen missionaries can no longer leave the bed. “We lack oxygen, we don’t breathe. None of them have had a medical examination, but we know it’s the Nurse And Superheroes That’s How I Saved The World Shirt. Only two went to a hospital. The others are still here, to the end.”