A hundred beds are reserved for children in the Medical College

Ayodhya. Preparations for the possible third wave of the corona virus are being intensified in the district. Taking into account the possibility of a direct attack on children, 100 beds are reserved for children at the Medical College Darshannagar.
The place is marked for this. The offer is sent for goods. The district is facing a second wave of Corona. Experts speculate that the third wave of Corona will be switched off after the month of August.
The possibility of the virus attacking children directly is also expressed in this wave. In order to prevent problems like the second wave from occurring again, the health department is now looking forward to it, and all preparations relating to the treatment of children in the district are being stepped up.
The facilities of the Rajarshi Dasharatha Medical College in Darshannagar, Kovid L-2 Hospital, are being expanded. Around 100 beds are reserved for treating children only.
Of these, PICU and HDU are being prepared for 50 beds and the remaining 50 beds as isolation wards. The 20-bed PICU is almost ready. Monitors and other goods were required on some beds.
A proposal has been sent to install the remaining beds. At the same time, a proposal is sent for other isolation resources that need to be prepared for the stations after delivery.
Dr. Vijay Kumar, director of the medical college, said preparations are being made for the third wave. Particular attention is paid to saving children in this wave. 100 beds are reserved for this.
Of the 50 beds will be intensive care and HDU beds, the remaining 50 beds will be isolation wards. The proposal is being sent, preparations will be made shortly.

Ayodhya. Preparations for the possible third wave of the corona virus are being intensified in the district. Taking into account the possibility of a direct attack on children, 100 beds are reserved for children at the Medical College Darshannagar.

The place is marked for this. The offer is sent for goods. The district is facing a second wave of Corona. Experts speculate that the third wave of Corona will be switched off after the month of August.

The possibility of the virus attacking children directly is also expressed in this wave. In order to prevent problems like the second wave from occurring again, the health department is now looking forward to it, and all preparations relating to the treatment of children in the district are being stepped up.

The facilities of the Rajarshi Dasharatha Medical College in Darshannagar, Kovid L-2 Hospital, are being expanded. Around 100 beds are reserved for treating children only.

Of these, PICU and HDU are being prepared for 50 beds and the remaining 50 beds as isolation wards. The 20-bed PICU is almost ready. Monitors and other goods were required on some beds.

A proposal has been sent to install the remaining beds. At the same time, a proposal is sent for other isolation resources that need to be prepared for the stations after delivery.

Dr. Vijay Kumar, director of the medical college, said preparations are being made for the third wave. Particular attention is paid to saving children in this wave. 100 beds are reserved for this.

Of the 50 beds will be intensive care and HDU beds, the remaining 50 beds will be isolation wards. The proposal is being sent, preparations will be made shortly.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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