A group of Austrian medical specialists are in the US to help vets and emergency care providers treat some of the countrys most critically ill patients.
In a rare move, the Vienna Medical Group (VMG) is providing care to vets in the United States, a country that has seen a surge in COVID-19 cases.
They are working in a small hospital in the small town of Pueblo, Colorado.
The hospital is one of the few in the state of Colorado to have an emergency department, and a lot of vets are in need of urgent care.
The VMG has been operating at the Pueblos hospital for more than a decade.
It has seen its share of emergencies, but not many in the last two years, the group’s president, Dr. Hans Peter, told Business Insider.
“We’ve seen an increase in the number of people coming in to get treatment,” he said.
“They’re being treated more intensively than before.”
The VMF has been working in the Pudde hospital in Vienna for the past 10 years.
They also provide treatment to vets with the help of a local vet clinic.
“The number of COVID patients in Pueblon is around 60,000 per year, and that’s because of the COVID virus.
So if we have to treat 30,000 patients per year and take care of 30,00 patients per day, that’s 20% more than we did a year ago.”
The patients coming to Pueblons emergency department are more likely to have been vaccinated than the general population.
There are currently more than 6,000 cases in the country, with more than 300 confirmed cases.
The Puebloes case count has jumped by more than 20% in the past two years.
A vet clinic is the only one in the county with an emergency Department, and PuebloS vets need to be treated with intensive care.
“They have to be in a room with a ventilator and have to have the oxygen masks, and we’re taking care of all of those things,” Dr. Peter said.
The vets are treated with intravenous fluids and antibiotics, and their oxygen masks are worn, but it is important to keep them hydrated.
Pueblo is the second-largest county in Colorado, and its health department says more than 2,000 people in the area have tested positive for the coronavirus.
More than 60% of the vets are female, with most working in trauma and emergency medicine.
The vets in Puddo’s emergency department work with patients with diabetes, kidney disease, high blood pressure and heart conditions.
In addition to the vets, there are about 25 nurses and 10 staff at the clinic.
The VGM has helped many vets, but some have been reluctant to travel to the US.
Dr. James McDonough, a specialist in emergency medicine and director of the VGM, told us that he had concerns about the possibility of contracting the coronovirus in the USA.
“As a vet, it’s your own responsibility to get vaccinated.
I’m a bit hesitant to go back to the USA, as we don’t know enough about the virus to say it’s safe there yet,” he told us.
The US is a country where vets are more frequently diagnosed with COVID than the UK, but Dr. McDonoches group of vets have been getting positive tests for the virus at home.
They are working with a doctor to find out if they have been exposed, and if so, what the risk is.
“If we have the right person, we can see if we’re exposing someone else,” he explained.
“I think that the public has to take that seriously.
They can’t ignore the situation.”
Dr. McDONOCHE says he is working with the local health department to make sure vets get the best care possible, and to ensure that vets get vaccinated and tested at home if they decide to travel.
“It’s important that the vets get tested before they travel.
If we don, they’re just wasting time in the emergency department.”
We will be tracking the progress of the VMG’s efforts to treat the vets in Europe, and will report back to you as we hear more.