Bhu Hospital Mch Wing Opd started a crowd breaking the Covid protocol on the very first day

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OPD started on Monday in the MCH Wing next to BHU MS Office. MS Professor KK Gupta said other facilities such as recruitment, operation and investigation will start here soon.

BHU MCH Wing: Women stand next to each other in the OPD hall,
– Photo: Amar Ujala

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OPD started on Monday in the MCH wing of the BHU hospital. There were a lot of women here on the first day. Just as women stood close together in the OPD hall, social distance was not even maintained. It’s not that security guards weren’t put in to take care of it, but they didn’t even notice. More than 50 women were seen here on the first day. The five-story MCH wing, adjacent to the MS office, has facilities for newborn screening, treatment, and admission. On Monday, the OPD started on the ground floor of the 100-bed wing. The women who arrived from Varanasi and neighboring counties first checked in in the morning and then showed them to the doctors.

During this time, Major Dr. Anjali Rani, Doctor of Gynecology, continues to pay special attention to health in addition to counseling women. Women were motivated to continue to follow the Corona protocol. KK Gupta, MS professor at BHU Hospital, said other facilities such as recruitment, surgery and examination will start here soon. After that, women who come from far away will benefit. Until then, the operation will be carried out at the old location itself.

The High Risk Clinic (OPD) for newborns in the MCH wing will also start on Tuesday. MS announces that all formalities including the dispatch of doctors have been taken care of. Serious children will be seen here for the time being. In addition to Tuesday, this clinic will also run on Friday.

OPD was also started from Monday in the women’s clinic with 50 beds on the premises of the Deendayal Hospital. Although the number of women was lower on the first day, it is assumed that the number will increase in the coming days. In the presence of CMO Dr. VB Singh advised Dr. Rashmi Singh, Dr. Archana Singh the women. In addition, necessary examinations were carried out. Gynecologists from Kabirchaura Women’s Hospital and Deendayal Hospital are currently on duty.

The number of children in the children’s wards of the hospitals in the Varanasi district is increasing day by day. The condition is that the children’s ward of the emergency room of the Mandal Hospital, BHU Hospital, is still full of children. Here the families of the children are waiting for the beds to be empty.On Monday, more than 10 children suffered from diarrhea on the 20-bed children’s ward of the Kabirchaura departmental hospital. On the other hand, in addition to diarrhea, children with shortness of breath, runny nose, cough and fever are also treated in the BHU hospital. The prerequisite is that more than 20 children are admitted to the hospital’s NICU.

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OPD started on Monday in the MCH wing of the BHU hospital. There were a lot of women here on the first day. Just as women stood close together in the OPD hall, social distance was not even maintained. It’s not that security guards weren’t put in to take care of it, but they didn’t even notice. More than 50 women were seen here on the first day.

The five-story MCH wing, adjacent to the MS office, has facilities for newborn screening, treatment, and admission. On Monday, the OPD started on the ground floor of the 100-bed wing. The women who arrived from Varanasi and neighboring counties first checked in in the morning and then showed them to the doctors.

During this time, Major Dr. Anjali Rani, Doctor of Gynecology, continues to pay special attention to health in addition to counseling women. Women were motivated to continue to follow the Corona protocol. KK Gupta, MS professor at BHU Hospital, said other facilities such as recruitment, surgery and examination will start here soon. After that, women who come from far away will benefit. Until then, the operation will be carried out at the old location itself.

The High Risk Clinic (OPD) for newborns in the MCH wing will also start on Tuesday. MS announces that all formalities including the dispatch of doctors have been taken care of. Serious children will be seen here for the time being. In addition to Tuesday, this clinic will also run on Friday.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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