CCTV, medicine, Covid 19, doctor, media Prabhari – trained in the disposal of medical waste

Orai. The nursing staff and staff chaired by Dr. Dwijendra Nath, Director of the Medical College, have been trained in the proper disposal of biomedical waste. In the training on how medical waste should be disposed of differently in blue, yellow and red buckets.
The school principal said staff should be seen working under the supervision of a ventilator specialist. One should not unnecessarily tamper with an expensive critical machine such as a ventilator without instructions. Said CCTV cameras were installed in key locations in the hospital. If someone is found wandering around unnecessarily or fighting with staff, legal action is taken based on CCTV footage. The director said that everyone should fight the corona epidemic with their skills and abilities and also encourage their team. In order to increase immunity, the Ayurvedic decoction was distributed to the staff. The nurses Ritu Bhati and Priyanka Sachan were explained in detail. During the training, nursing staff and staff were informed about the operation of oxygen bottles, regulators, suction machines, oxygen flow nozzles, etc. During this time the deputy director Dr. RN Kushwaha, CMS Dr. RK Singh, Shailendra Pratap Singh, Neerja Singh etc. present.

Orai. The nursing staff and staff chaired by Dr. Dwijendra Nath, Director of the Medical College, have been trained in the proper disposal of biomedical waste. In the training on how medical waste should be disposed of differently in blue, yellow and red buckets.

The school principal said staff should be seen working under the supervision of a ventilator specialist. One should not unnecessarily tamper with an expensive critical machine such as a ventilator without instructions. Said CCTV cameras were installed in key locations in the hospital. If someone is found wandering around unnecessarily or fighting with staff, legal action is taken based on CCTV footage. The director said that everyone should fight the corona epidemic with their skills and abilities and also encourage their team. In order to increase immunity, the Ayurvedic decoction was distributed to the staff. The nurses Ritu Bhati and Priyanka Sachan were explained in detail. During the training, nursing staff and staff were informed about the operation of oxygen bottles, regulators, suction machines, oxygen flow nozzles, etc. During this time the deputy director Dr. RN Kushwaha, CMS Dr. RK Singh, Shailendra Pratap Singh, Neerja Singh etc. present.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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