The government is working on two of the main causes of the lines in emergency hospitals: the lack of infrastructure in many emergency units and the lack of a network of auxiliary care that help relieve major hospitals. In the first case, the government created a program to provide emergency support services for the largest municipal and state emergency hospitals in Brazil, SOS Emergency. Twenty-two hospitals are already receiving financial support: each receives 3.6 million to be used in funding (maintenance, professional training and payment of wages) and R$ 3 million to purchase new equipment. This is an unprecedented program in the history of Brazilian health care management. In the second case, hundreds of 24 hour PSUs across the country to meet cases that require immediate action such as hypertensive crisis, high fever, deep cuts, fractures, heart attacks and strokes. 303 were already in operation in February. Another will be implemented 877 by the end of 2014.