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Intensive care doctor speaks about the dramatic situation in SRF Arena

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  • Martin Balmer speaks in a calm voice, powerless – he repeatedly takes a deep breath. The doctor and head of intensive care medicine at Aarau Cantonal Hospital is tired. Like so many healthcare workers. In an interview with SRF “Arena” presenter Sandro Brotz, he said: “I’ve never seen so many doctors and nurses cry.”

    It was not until yesterday, Friday, that Balmer and his team had to convert the cantonal hospital’s recovery room into an intensive care unit. Because the beds in the actual ward were all full and the intensive care patients could not be moved. The new intensive care unit is now occupied with four patients. But operated with the same staff.