Features of the disaster that will hit five hospitals due to the acute fuel crisis in the coming hours

Features of the disaster that will hit five hospitals due to the acute fuel crisis in the coming hours ,and putting the lives of the following patients at risk.

Al Nasr Children’s Hospital:

8 children in intensive care unit.

30 premature babies in the nursery.

100  children in the in-patient department .

250 patients attending the emergency department, including 20 new patients for admission.

Rantisi Children’s Hospital:

45 children with renal failure.

4 children in the intensive care unit.

10 children with cancer in the hospital.

70 need chemotherapy preparation.

10 children with chronic lung disease.

10 Children with convulsions and diseases of the digestive system.

5 children with heart disease of.

Martyr Mohammed Yousif Al-Najjar Hospital:

Health service for 263 thousand people in Rafah.

65 beds, including 23 beds in the children’s section.

21 beds in the male ward  and 21 beds in the female ward allocated for  surgery, internal medicine and orthopedics.

96 patients with renal failure.

Hundreds of laboratory and diagnostic services.

Hundreds of patients and wounded are attending  the emergency department daily.

Psychiatric Hospital:

29 Psychiatric patients in the in- patient departments.

The services will be affected in the inpatient department, electro- therapy unit, electro-encephalogram.

Darkness and dim lights scare the mentally ill patients in the absence of power.

The Eye Hospital:

2500 cases attend the hospital every month .

250  surgeries are being informed monthly as.

  30 cases of glaucoma

160 cataract

15 Different retinal  operations.

1250 patients with diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma and chronic inflammation of the cornea will be exposed to loss of vision if the outpatient clinic, diagnostic services, laser and surgeries are stopped.