Media selection: olfactory loss during coronavirus, closed circuses, seniors dying in the spring due to isolation | iROZHLAS

0
2


Loss of smell during coronavirus is a good sign. The daily N writes that due to this, the disease often does not spread to the lungs. If the amendment to the law on the protection of animals against cruelty passes, some circuses will close. Wednesday’s Mf Dnes deals with the topic. Seniors died more during the spring wave of the pandemic due to isolation than on covid-19. According to Hospodářské noviny, the death of seniors may have been due to impaired access to health care. More in the selection from the media compiled by Radiožurnál.




Prague

Share on Facebook




Share on Twitter


Share on LinkedIn


Print



Copy the url address




Abbreviated address





Close




According to experts, institutions for the elderly should be closed only exceptionally (illustrative photo) Photo: Michaela Danelová | Source: iROZHLAS.cz

Economic newspaper

Seniors died more of isolation than covid. That’s the headline Hospodářské noviny. According to data from the Institute of Health Information and Statistics, the least number of people in the Czech Republic died in the first half of the last three years. However, the number of deaths in homes for the elderly increased sharply, both in absolute terms and in relation to the total number of deaths. 5441 people died in the institutions, 77 of them from coronavirus problems.


Indoor activities will be limited to 10 people, outdoor to 20, said Prymula. Exceptions are given to theaters

Read the article


Hospodářské noviny writes about the opinion of experts that the increase is due to, in addition to demographic reasons, the worsened access to health care caused by isolation during a pandemic. Experts, the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs or, for example, the Association of Social Service Providers, therefore, agree that institutions should be closed only exceptionally in order to reduce the negative effects of isolation on the health and psyche of the elderly.

Mf Today

If an amendment to the Act on the Protection of Animals against Cruelty passes, which will ban dressage of newborn animals in circuses from 2022, will close some circuses. It informs about it Mf Today. The amendment has passed the Chamber of Deputies and will be discussed by the Senate. Many states have banned the dressage of wild animals, for example in neighboring Slovakia, there has been a ban on performing with lions, tigers or elephants since last November.

At present, it is forbidden in the Czech Republic to perform with selected species of wild animals born after 2004, such as giraffes, hippos, primates or rhinos. If the Senate approves an amendment to the law, no newborn wild animals will be able to perform in the circus, Mf Dnes explains.

Diary N

Loss of smell is usually good news for covid, he writes Diary N. According to doctors, a typical symptom of covid-19 is people with good immunity or a small dose of the virus. The coronavirus attacks the end of the olfactory nerve, stays there and does not spread to the lungs.


‘Ready to do anything to handle the situation.’ According to the chamber, Covid-19 has almost 1,700 paramedics

Read the article


According to doctors, olfactory and taste loss is more common in younger patients, writes Deník N. According to doctor Jan Plzák, who participated in the classification of olfactory and taste loss symptoms among the typical symptoms of coronavirus, this symptom is more common in people who have experienced minor viral illness. or are more immune to immune and have no other symptoms of the disease.

In most patients, the sense of smell and taste return within 8, within 14 days at the latest. In a small percentage of patients, the problem may persist for longer, Jan Vodička, head of the Department of Otorhinolaryngology at the Pardubice Hospital, told Deník N. Czech doctors are now collecting data on the symptom of loss of smell and taste of coronavirus in the Czech Republic.

Right

Medics do not feel ready to enter practice, he informs daily Právo. In a questionnaire survey, the Young Doctors Association asked fourth- to sixth-year students from all eight Czech medical faculties. The Medici 2020 survey also showed that a tenth of medics do not plan to work in the Czech healthcare system.

Medical students are most concerned about managing administration and working with information systems. 80 percent of 6th grade students feel that they do not have enough experience in working with medical records.

Eliška Halaštová

Share on Facebook




Share on Twitter


Share on LinkedIn


Print



Copy the url address




Abbreviated address





Close






LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here