Antigen Kit Over, Patients Not Admitted to the District Hospital

Ayodhya. Due to the depletion of the district’s inventory of rapid antigen kits for corona testing, all serious patients who had reached the district hospital’s emergency OPD were unable to receive treatment due to a lack of corona testing on Thursday. At the same time, those who routinely came for the corona exam had to return without an antigen test being performed. Almost the same was the case in almost all test centers in the district.
OPD services are offered in district-level hospitals, and those arriving in an emergency are tested for corona with antigen kits prior to treatment. After the report in it is negative, he is admitted to the hospital and begins treatment for the associated disease. If the report is positive, it will be referred to the Kovid Hospital.
Due to the lack of delivery of antigen kits, work was carried out on the kits that remained in the pipeline on Wednesday. However, on Thursday patients could not be screened at all test centers due to a lack of antigen kits. Non-covid patients who arrived at the district hospital in an emergency had great difficulty getting treatment. Hospital administration later arranged around 40 kits, then services were restored.
Sirmala Singh (55), who lives in Nagpur in the Basti district, had relatives who were short of breath. Relatives rushing to the district hospital said Corona will not be allowed due to a lack of investigation. Shamshad had breathing difficulties, he was also admitted because of the lack of a corona examination. Moin Ansari (63) also had breathing difficulties, he also had to wait for hours.
The hospital antigen kit is running out. There was a problem recruiting some patients in the morning as no corona test was done. With the arrangement of 40 kits, the patients are now examined and admitted. -DR. CBN Tripathi, CMS, District Hospital, Ayodhya
The antigen kit inventory has been out since Wednesday. Replenishment had to be made at night, but could not be reached. About a thousand kits are sent out by the government. Which one will work now. – Dr. Ghanshyam Singh, CMO, Ayodhya

Ayodhya. Due to the depletion of the district’s inventory of rapid antigen kits for corona testing, all serious patients who had reached the district hospital’s emergency OPD were unable to receive treatment due to a lack of corona testing on Thursday. At the same time, the people who routinely came for the corona test had to return without having an antigen tested. Almost the same was the case in almost all test centers in the district.

OPD services are performed in district-level hospitals, and people arriving in an emergency are tested for corona with antigen kits prior to treatment. After the report in it is negative, he is admitted to the hospital and begins treatment for the associated disease. If the report is positive, it will be referred to Kovid Hospital.

Due to the lack of delivery of antigen kits, work was carried out on the kits that remained in the pipeline on Wednesday. However, on Thursday, patients could not be screened at all test centers due to a lack of antigen kits. Non-covid patients who arrived at the district hospital in an emergency had great difficulty getting treatment. Hospital administration later arranged around 40 kits, then services were restored.

Sirmala Singh (55), who lives in Nagpur in the Basti district, had relatives who were short of breath. Relatives rushing to the district hospital said Corona will not be allowed due to a lack of investigation. Shamshad had breathing difficulties, he was also admitted because of the lack of a corona examination. Moin Ansari (63) also had breathing difficulties, he also had to wait for hours.

The antigen kit in the hospital is running out. There was a problem recruiting some patients in the morning as no corona test was done. With the arrangement of 40 kits, the patients are now examined and admitted. -DR. CBN Tripathi, CMS, District Hospital, Ayodhya

The antigen kit inventory has been out since Wednesday. Replenishment had to be made at night, but could not be reached. About a thousand kits are sent out by the government. Which one will work now. – Dr. Ghanshyam Singh, CMO, Ayodhya

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