After two months, 540 patients come to the Moradabad Opd district hospital for treatment

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Moradabad. Fifty days after the rate of corona infection declined, OPD service began in state hospitals on Friday. On the first day, 540 patients reached the OPD of the district hospital. However, the number of patients remained halved compared to normal days. No patient came for the operation there. There was a rush of patients in the district hospital in the morning, but after twelve o’clock there was silence.
Given the effects of Kovid-19, the state hospitals’ OPD service has been suspended to avoid overcrowding. As of April 15, only emergency services were restored in state hospitals. The number of infected people has been falling since the last week of May. The lock was also lifted from June 1st. Only the night curfew remains. After the markets opened, OPDs were also opened to patients by state hospitals from Friday. 540 patients who reached the district hospital on the first day cut off. In this there were more patients with fever, cold and joint pain. The number of patients was higher in the morning. After noon, the number of patients decreased. No patient had OPD because of an operation. At the same time, circles outside of the prescription and drug counter were closed in order to create social distance. Three guards were also used for the covid protocol. At the same time, the announcement also drew attention to the corona infection.
On the first day the number of patients in the OPD was normal. The patients have not yet received any information about the start of the OPD service. The number of patients is expected to increase in the coming days. No patient came for the operation on the first day. Even with OPD, no patient was found in connection with an operation.
– Dr. Rajendra Kumar, Senior Physician at the District Hospital
Serious patients in surgery receive preferential treatment
Moradabad. The district hospital’s medical superintendent, Dr. Rajendra Kumar said that serious patients would receive priority treatment for surgery. When the number of patients for the operation increases, their list is created. Patients are preferred according to their severity.

Moradabad. Fifty days after the rate of corona infection declined, OPD service began in state hospitals on Friday. On the first day, 540 patients reached the OPD of the district hospital. However, the number of patients remained halved compared to normal days. No patient came for the operation there. There was a rush of patients in the district hospital in the morning, but after twelve o’clock there was silence.

Given the effects of Kovid-19, the state hospitals’ OPD service has been suspended to avoid overcrowding. As of April 15, only emergency services were restored in state hospitals. The number of infected people has been falling since the last week of May. The lock was also lifted from June 1st. Only the night curfew remains. After the markets opened, OPDs were also opened to patients by state hospitals from Friday. 540 patients who reached the district hospital on the first day cut off. In this there were more patients with fever, cold and joint pain. The number of patients was higher in the morning. After noon, the number of patients decreased. No surgery-related patient achieved OPD. At the same time, circles outside of the prescription and drug counter were closed in order to create social distance. Three guards were also used for the covid protocol. At the same time, the announcement also drew attention to the corona infection.

On the first day the number of patients in the OPD was normal. The patients have not yet received any information about the start of the OPD service. The number of patients is expected to increase in the coming days. No patient came for the operation on the first day. Even with OPD, no patient was found in connection with an operation.

– Dr. Rajendra Kumar, Senior Physician at the District Hospital

Serious patients in surgery receive preferential treatment

Moradabad. The district hospital’s medical superintendent, Dr. Rajendra Kumar said that serious patients would receive priority treatment for surgery. When the number of patients for the operation increases, their list is created. Patients are preferred according to their severity.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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