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Monklands ICU staff are 'physically and emotionally' drained

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    Monklands ICU staff are 'physically and emotionally' drained

    Mae Mamaril is one of them. She is 26 and has no underlying health conditions.

    Mae and her parents Jaramias and Sonia, from Cumbernauld, North Lanarkshire, tested positive for Covid within days of being vaccinated for their jobs.

    All three ended up in Monklands but Mae was the sickest and the only member of her family admitted to intensive care.

    She had to wear an oxygen mask and lie face down on a bed for three days, a treatment called proning which medics say can improve lung function in many patients.

    'I couldn't breathe'
    "I couldn't breathe," she says. "It was really bad because they moved so quickly to give me oxygen and told me to lie on my stomach.

    "All I could think about was wanting to come home, but then at the same time, I knew that if I didn't have enough oxygen, even if I went home, I would never survive."

    Not only is the hospital busy with younger people in this wave but senior doctors say a third of all patients here now have the virus.

    There is another big difference outside the building.

    In May, when I drove from Glasgow to the hospital in Airdrie the roads were empty, the streets silent.

    That is no longer the case. Heading east to Monklands again, the M8 is the busiest I have seen it since the pandemic began.

    'It's a really difficult balancing act'
    But what about the many harmful side effects of lockdown - on other medical conditions, especially mental health, as well as the impact on education and the economy?

    "I sympathise completely," says Dr Chohan, pointing out that the ICU staff are also affected by these issues.

    "It's a really difficult balancing act. It's choosing the least harmful options," he says, adding: "We have to preserve some ability to have functioning hospitals."

    At times, Monklands has not been able to function normally.

    Since the autumn, around a third of all intensive care patients here have had to be transferred out of the hospital to other facilities — primarily to Wishaw and Hairmyres but sometimes out of Lanarkshire entirely.

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    What does this have to do with the game ?