A separate ward will be set up for children in the district hospital

A separate ward will be set up for children in the district hospital
Bijnor A pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) is set up in the district hospital to prevent and treat children from infection with covid-19. The place was chosen for this. The duty of pediatricians and other staff is imposed in the intensive care unit. According to official information, the government has given the green signal for the creation. The district hospital administration has started preparations for the construction.
There is currently no children’s intensive care unit (PICU) in the Bijnor district, which is why the children affected must be forced to go to a higher center or to use private doctors. Governments have started to take precautions to deal with the possible third wave of Corona. A PICU center (Pediatric Intensive Care Unit) with ten beds is being set up for children in the district hospital.
CMS Dr. Manoj Sen said that a possible third wave would be more dangerous for women and children, according to experts. In view of this, the health department has intensified its preparations. Against this background, the government has issued instructions on this. For this purpose, a separate team of paediatricians is formed to monitor and ensure effective operation. An appropriate arrangement of oxygen will also be provided by the oxygen system in the district hospital so that the life-giving oxygen can only be applied to the child immediately when needed.
The SNCU is already in the district women’s hospital
Dr. Prabha Rani, CMS of the district women’s hospital, said there is no PICU in the hospital while a sick new Born Care Unit (SNCU) is being set up. It has an arrangement of 11 beds and a 16-bed mother-newborn care unit has yet to become an MNCU. Before the corona epidemic, the proposal went to the government, now there is only a delay in the approval by the government level. The District Women’s Hospital currently has two paediatricians, including Dr. Vibhu Sharma and Dr. Kapil Rathi.

A separate ward will be set up for children in the district hospital

Bijnor A pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) is set up in the district hospital to prevent and treat children from infection with covid-19. The place was chosen for this. The duty of pediatricians and other staff is imposed in the intensive care unit. According to official information, the government has given the green signal for the creation. The district hospital administration has started preparations for the construction.

There is currently no children’s intensive care unit (PICU) in the Bijnor district, which is why the children affected must be forced to go to a higher center or to use private doctors. Governments have started to take precautions to deal with the possible third wave of Corona. A PICU center (Pediatric Intensive Care Unit) with ten beds is being set up for children in the district hospital.

CMS Dr. Manoj Sen said that a possible third wave would be more dangerous for women and children, according to experts. In view of this, the health department has intensified its preparations. Against this background, the government has issued instructions on this. For this purpose, a separate team of paediatricians is formed to monitor and ensure effective operation. An appropriate arrangement of oxygen will also be provided by the oxygen system in the district hospital so that the life-giving oxygen can only be applied to the child immediately when needed.

The SNCU is already in the district women’s hospital

Dr. Prabha Rani, CMS of the district women’s hospital, said there is no PICU in the hospital while a sick new Born Care Unit (SNCU) is being set up. It has an arrangement of 11 beds and a 16-bed mother-newborn care unit has yet to become an MNCU. Before the corona epidemic, the proposal went to the government, now there is only a delay in the approval by the government level. The District Women’s Hospital currently has two paediatricians, including Dr. Vibhu Sharma and Dr. Kapil Rathi.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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