Bahraich – Doctors checked the health of patients from a distance of two meters

04 BHR 01 – After the OPD started on Friday at the Medical University in Bahraich, did the patient go for treatment?
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Bahraich. In view of the corona infection, the OPD operations in other hospitals including the medical university were closed. This caused a lot of trouble for the patient. OPD operation started again on Friday. The doctors of the patients who reached the medical college checked their health from two meters away. Doctors also saw patients in the district’s community and primary health centers. On the first day there was less crowding in the health centers. However, the patients who reached the medical college had problems with conduction. Due to the sensitization, patients only reached the hospital wearing masks.
In view of the rising number of corona infections, the government had suspended the OPD service in the Medical College, Community Health Center and Primary Health Center as of April 16. The OPD services were completely closed for about a month and a half. In view of the decline in the corona infection, the government had issued instructions to operate OPD again from June 4. OPD operations began Friday at the Medical College, Community Health Center, and Primary Health Center. The director of the Medical College, Dr. Anil K Sahni said that work in the hospital started from 8 a.m.
The patients who reached the district administration received the form. Then everyone showed the doctors concerned. The director said patients were seen at the medical college from a distance of two meters. The Chief Medical Officer Dr. Rajesh Mohan Srivastava announced that all community and primary health centers in the district will begin OPD on June 4th. For the patients who reached the CHC and PHC, the affected doctors performed a health check-up and prescribed medication. However, given the number of patients in the medical college, they were all put in line. Patients suffering from serious illnesses had to struggle to wait in line.
Gaighat. OPD started on Friday at the Motipur Community Health Center. The operation of OPD was carried out under the supervision of CHC Superintendent Dr. Anurag Verma monitors. On the first day, 103 patients were examined and medication was distributed by the doctors. Here, too, two patients were admitted due to injuries.
OPD started at Medical College on Friday. People from far and wide resorted to treatment after receiving information about the OPD surgery, but some people reached the hospital without masks. The staff then asked him to enter the hospital only after wearing a mask. Patients and their relatives put on masks and showed them to the doctors.
The director of the Medical College, Dr. Anil K Sahni said the OPD operations started in the hospital. In such a situation, efforts are made to ensure better treatment as well as infection prevention. Guidelines were given to the doctors. CMO Rajesh Mohan said doctors at all CHCs should not let the patients who come to the hospital suffer. Give health benefits by getting better treatment so there are no problems.

Bahraich. In view of the corona infection, the OPD operations in other hospitals including the medical university were closed. This caused a lot of trouble for the patient. OPD operation started again on Friday. The doctors of the patients who reached the medical college checked their health from two meters away. Doctors also saw patients in the district’s community and primary health centers. On the first day there was less crowding in the health centers. However, the patients who reached the medical college had problems with conduction. Due to the sensitization, patients only reached the hospital wearing masks.

In view of the rising number of corona infections, the government had suspended the OPD service in the Medical College, Community Health Center and Primary Health Center as of April 16. The OPD services were completely closed for about a month and a half. In view of the decline in the corona infection, the government had issued instructions to operate OPD again from June 4. OPD operations began Friday at the Medical College, Community Health Center, and Primary Health Center. The director of the Medical College, Dr. Anil K Sahni said that work in the hospital started from 8 a.m.

The patients who reached the district administration received the form. Then everyone showed the doctors concerned. The director said patients were seen at the medical college from a distance of two meters. The Chief Medical Officer Dr. Rajesh Mohan Srivastava announced that all community and primary health centers in the district will begin OPD on June 4th. For the patients who reached the CHC and PHC, the affected doctors performed a health check-up and prescribed medication. However, given the number of patients in the medical college, they were all put in line. Patients suffering from serious illnesses had to struggle to wait in line.

Gaighat. OPD started on Friday at the Motipur Community Health Center. The operation of OPD was carried out under the supervision of CHC Superintendent Dr. Anurag Verma monitors. On the first day, 103 patients were examined and medication was distributed by the doctors. Here, too, two patients were admitted due to injuries.

OPD started at Medical College on Friday. People from far and wide resorted to treatment after receiving information about the OPD surgery, but some people reached the hospital without masks. The staff then asked him to enter the hospital only after wearing a mask. Patients and their relatives put on masks and showed them to the doctors.

The director of the Medical College, Dr. Anil K Sahni said the OPD operations started in the hospital. In such a situation, efforts are made to ensure better treatment as well as infection prevention. Guidelines were given to the doctors. CMO Rajesh Mohan said doctors at all CHCs should not let the patients who come to the hospital suffer. Give health benefits by getting better treatment so there are no problems.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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