Infection of 60,000 nurses in Corona

According to reports EconomyOnline According to Shargh, 25-year-old Narges took the corona in the days when it was not yet clear how serious the corona was and she entered Iran. He, who served as one of the main provinces affected by the disease in the first wave of the disease in Gilan, was never identified. Asieh Hajizadeh, Narges’ mother, still attends the grave of her 25-year-old daughter every day. Despite the rumors, Narges had no asthma or disease, no breathing problems, and she was a strong girl with a large body and health. She cared about her health and constantly checked her health. “She was in pain and had a sore throat,” says Asieh. He appeared despite the fever. When he was taken to the intensive care unit, we were so confused that we did not know what was happening. The day after he was admitted to the intensive care unit, I called the hospital and asked how he was. They said he was fine and would probably go to the ward today. I asked does he want something? It sounded like Mom was bringing me fresh carrots. I hung up the phone, and two hours later, as I stood over his head, I saw his bed tremble with intensity. “He said do not come near me, this is the crown … A few hours later he repented and the next morning everything was over …”. Narges and her mother Asya had a deep relationship and Asieh says they still have. Life after Narges is not over for them, but they are still waiting for Narges to return from the shift. Both Asieh and her husband are waiting and Narges’ 16-year-old brother, who has not yet accepted his sister’s death and pretends that his sister is taking a long shift in the hospital …

Narcissus is not the only corona victim among nurses. A few kilometers away in Tehran, on the same days that Gilan was mourning his young nurse, in Tehran Ramin Azizifar was 25 years old like Narjes. Ramin died on March 29 in Baharloo Hospital. “We were told to prepare for everything,” his father said of his death. Ramin had a very severe flu that attached to the corona. Despite the intense taboos, he was constantly shifting. He was anesthetized once in the hospital. Little did they know that Corona had come. After seeing a CT scan of his lungs, he was told he had lung cancer. “Then it turned out that Corona had come and Ramin had repented and then lost.”

Family Health Defenders More than anything else, the main reason for their children’s illness is long shifts, work-related anxiety, and a lack of nursing staff. Something that has been talked about many times over the years. There are many doctors and nurses who are affected by work-related anxiety each year heart attack They are losing their lives and now during the corona, according to the officials of the Nursing System Organization, 60,000 nurses have been infected with corona so far. High arrears, low salaries, and the uncertainty of contract nurses’ duties should also be added to work-related stress, which is an integral part of medical staff work.

According to Kourosh Naderi, vice-president of the Supreme Council of the Nursing System, out of 60,000 nurses with coronary heart disease, more than 100 have died. Referring to the problems of the nurses ‘group, he stated on the eve of Nurses’ Day: “The problems of the nursing group have become so recurring that all other nurses can talk about it. Perhaps the biggest challenge for nurses in Iran is the lack of nurses in the world. We have between two and three nurses in the world per hospital bed; But this number is less than one in Iran, and this makes the nurse work harder, have more shifts, and as a result, wear out sooner and have more fatigue and vulnerability. climb up”.

“Of our 140,000 nurses working in public hospitals, 60,000 have had coronary heart disease so far,” he said, referring to the number of nurses involved in coronation. Of these, more than 6,000 are currently out of service due to serious injuries and are on sick leave. More than a hundred members of the nursing community have dedicated their lives to the people of the country. These are great injuries that, if left unchecked, can multiply. We have heard many times that we talk about solving the problems of nurses. “Especially on the eve of Nurses’ Day, officials repeat things, but in practice, nurses have seen less of a problem being solved.”

“One of the most obvious of these laws is the tariffing of nursing services, which has reached the age of 13,” Nader said, noting that there are many laws that are not enforced despite being passed. It has been 13 years since this law was approved by the Islamic Consultative Assembly and the Guardian Council approved it and went to the Supreme Council to draft its bylaws, but instead of being implemented, it is being eroded. In addition, we have the Hard and Harmful Occupations Law on Nursing. Because nursing is a difficult and harmful job, nurses should be able to take advantage of the benefits of this job and take advantage of the benefits and advantages that exist for these jobs, such as reduced length of service, longer leave and early retirement; But even in the case of administrative issues, it is treated in a completely tasteful manner and the right to information is not paid. Although some nurses have been able to use this law, many have not been able to use it. Especially since more than 80% of the nursing community are women. “Those who are both responsible for family matters and have hard work in the hospital, and this makes this group very fragile and vulnerable, and given that there are laws in this regard, one has to ask why they are not enforced.”

The Vice President of the Supreme Council of the Nursing System added: “In addition to these, we can also say about the demands and arrears of nurses and medical staff that until a year ago, their demands were more than a year of overtime and overtime. In the aftermath of the Corona epidemic, the government and all the organs of the state tried and made arrangements to pay part of it; “But most of the country’s nurses still have arrears of up to six months that have not yet been paid.”

According to Naderi, despite the fact that after the Corona epidemic, it was decided to recognize the dead of the country’s health system as service martyrs, but this issue is still not clear. “Despite the fact that we have had more than 300 martyrs defending health and the Supreme Leader has ordered them to be recognized as service martyrs, the relevant agencies have not been able to organize this, and despite the fact that more than 10 months have passed since then,” he said. Beginning of the corona To date, less than 10 to 15 percent of the martyrs have been assigned and have been able to use the title of martyr. Some of these families are looking forward to at least enjoying the benefits of the Martyrs’ Law now that they have lost a loved one and their economic arm.

A nurse’s romance

It is said that you can not work in a hospital environment until you are in love. Those who are attracted to the medical staff should love the hospital environment. Narcissus was no exception. Asia says that Narges fell in love with nursing at the age of four: “Narges was about four years old when she fell in an accident and the corner of her eyebrow was split and her job went to the doctor. It turned out that the corner of his eyebrow wanted stitches. The nurses who were working were looking at Narjis, and when they saw that the child was on their side, they had a warm relationship with her. “It was here that Narjis fell in love with nursing and played the role of a nurse when she played with her dolls.” Although, according to the mother of martyr Khanalizadeh, Narjis did not seek comfort at all, she also cannot deny that the high shifts and hard work of the medical staff are not ineffective in increasing their incidence; “Narges was not looking for comfort in her work,” he says. For example, he always worked in the emergency room and had a history of working in the emergency room of Imam Khomeini Hospital in Tehran, which is one of the busiest and most famous emergency rooms in the country. His shifts were generally 18 hours; I mean, he would take shifts from noon to tomorrow morning, and sometimes at the end of the night, when I would call him, I would ask him if he had eaten you. He said no, I have not had time yet. That is, he was so involved in the work. When he returned in the morning, he could not sleep. I would pipe the blanket and put it under her feet to allow blood to flow. “He always had a stepfather.” “Narges was in a hospital with Crohn’s patients in the hospital,” she said of her daughter’s illness. The hospital itself and her colleagues guessed that some of the patients in the hospital had become coronary and rarely visited them. Narges had taken care of the patients and had not told us at home that this had happened. We later found out that Narges knew she was in contact with Crohn’s patients and was worried about that. His last shift was February 20, 2017. He was very ill. When he arrived on Thursday morning, Angio was wearing a coat. I asked him why and he said I was a little weak, I shook my head. I later found out that my daughter had lost consciousness; But after he got better, he still did not leave the shift and came home after the shift was over. The next day he got sick and we took him to the hospital on Saturday morning, he went to the ICU on Sunday, he was intubated on Monday and he passed us on Tuesday around three o’clock in the afternoon. Exactly the heavy work of nurses, night insomnia, constant stress at work, in my opinion, lowers their immune system. I saw this in Narcissus. “I lost sleepless nights.”

Narges and Ramin are not the only nurses lost during the Corona. Ali Sheikh Moradi Nurse of Ghaem Rasht Hospital, Gholamreza Vosoughia Kia Nurse of Surgery Team of Rasht Hospital, Shahrbanoo Jafari Nurse of Ziaz Rural Health Center, Tahereh Esmaili, Nurse of Beheshti Hospital of Qom, Ahmad Salimabadi, Personnel of Kamkar Hospital of Qom, Iman Moinazarzadeh In Kashan, Tahmineh Adibi, a nurse in Bandar Anzali, Reza Poursaki, a nurse in Abadan, Nahid Noshad, a nurse in Gilani, and Shirin Safavi, an emergency nurse at Baqiyatallah Hospital, are just a few of the nurses’ martyrs during the Corona. To this list can be added the names of nurses who, after the outbreak of coronation, postponed their marriage حاضر or volunteered to work in the coronation department. They have stood by us all this year, and I wish that with the end of the dark days of Corona, they too would be able to achieve the job security they have been looking for for years.