Dr. Bunch said that while Puerto Rico and suppliers of IV product are working to get back to full production, he's confident that the generators that are being used to keep up distribution will be enough to prevent an IV crisis.
The 2017 hurricane season was a devastating one for many in St. Lucie County and throughout the southern United States.
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Unfortunately, not only is the flu going around but it's one of the worst seasons in recent years.
"FEMA said, "Come to the USA - in this case, come to CT".
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"It stands to reason that the more patients you have, the more you will use", said Jeff Thompson, vice president of pharmacy services for Freeman Health System. In December, the Globe reported the number of flu cases has quadrupled from past year, and the Joplin area's total doubled.
Only a few other companies make those solutions, and supplies never fully recovered after a 2014 shortage of saline bags.
"It's resource intensive but I think it's a shortage that can be managed without impacting patients", said Patel.
Several tons of supplies, including bottled water, flashlights, medical, health and sanitary supplies which also had been collected and donated to Mustard Seed Ministries, and a variety of other items not desperately needed for residents in St. Lucie County were immediately shipped to Puerto Rico, which was even more devastated by the storm.
The Food and Drug Administration says relief is on the way. Thompson said the smaller bags are commonly used as a vehicle to deliver other medicines. Under the project, the team is reportedly planning to install massive generators of approximately 1850-kilowatt capacity, to electrify huge infrastructures like hospitals and big box stores. Things like that we're seeing across the whole health system.