Chief Minister learned about treatment facilities for patients in Bhu

Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath reached the BHU on Monday evening. If one uses information about the treatment facilities of corona patients in the DRDO hospital and of patients with black fungus who were admitted to the BHU hospital, there should be better treatment.
After landing on the BHU helipad, the Chief Minister reached the DRDO hospital in BHU. Information about the recruitment process, investigation handling, etc. was published here by the DRDO officials from May 10th. Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath sat in the on-site office during a 15-minute stay in the DRDO and interacted with two intensive care patients via video conference and received feedback on the treatment facilities. The Prime Minister asked those involved in the system to pay special attention to the health of the patients and to inform the family about the treatment from time to time.
CM asked how the patients got emotional
When Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath reached DRDO, he asked officials about treatment options. He then spoke to two patients who had been videoconferenced to the intensive care unit. As soon as the prime minister asked the patients, they became emotional. I just raise his hand and let him know that everything is fine. Meanwhile, the Prime Minister assured patients that they would receive the best possible treatment and equipment.
CM asks Lilavati’s family in the BHU station about Kovid
After the DRDO hospital, the prime minister saw the post-covid ward in the BHU. Black fungus patients are admitted and treated here. During his approximately 10-minute stay, the Prime Minister spoke to the family members of Lilavati Devi who were admitted here. Lilavati’s nose was infected with black fungus. During this time, in the presence of the IMS director Prof. BR Mittal, the MS Prof. KK Gupta informed the Prime Minister that initially a 40-bed ward was being built for the treatment of patients with black fungus and, given the increasing number, one too new Sushruta ward with 40 beds has been set up. During this time, the Deputy MS Prof. Saurabh Singh said that now, for the convenience of the patients, three operating rooms have been opened for 24 hours. Intensive care facilities were provided on the ward itself. The chief minister also interacted with two patients. He then praised the facilities such as PICU, intensive care unit preparation, MCH wing, etc. for treating children with black fungus and third wave. During this time the Minister of State Dr. Neelkanth Tiwari, MLA Saurabh Srivastava, the Department Commissioner Deepak Agarwal, Dr. Nilesh Kumar, Dr. Arun Kumar Singh, Dr. Jitendra Kumar, the Superintendent for Nursing Indravati and others in attendance.

Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath reached the BHU on Monday evening. If one uses information about the treatment facilities of corona patients in the DRDO hospital and of patients with black fungus who were admitted to the BHU hospital, there should be better treatment.

After landing on the BHU helipad, the Chief Minister reached the DRDO hospital in BHU. Information about the recruitment process, investigation handling, etc. was published here by the DRDO officials from May 10th. Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath sat in the on-site office during a 15-minute stay in the DRDO and interacted with two intensive care patients via video conference and received feedback on the treatment facilities. The Prime Minister asked those involved in the system to pay special attention to the health of the patients and to inform the family about the treatment from time to time.

CM asked how the patients got emotional

When Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath reached DRDO, he asked officials about treatment options. He then spoke to two patients who had been videoconferenced to the intensive care unit. As soon as the prime minister asked the patients, they became emotional. I just raise his hand and let him know that everything is fine. Meanwhile, the Prime Minister assured patients that they would receive the best possible treatment and equipment.

CM asks Lilavati’s family in the BHU station about Kovid

After the DRDO hospital, the prime minister saw the post-covid ward in the BHU. Black fungus patients are admitted and treated here. During his stay of about 10 minutes, the Chief Minister spoke here with the relatives of the admitted Lilavati Devi. Lilavati’s nose was infected with black fungus. During this time, in the presence of IMS Director Prof. BR Mittal, the MS Prof. KK Gupta informed the Prime Minister that a 40-bed ward was being built for the treatment of patients with black fungus and, given the increasing number, one too new Sushruta ward with 40 beds was created. During this time, the Deputy MS Prof. Saurabh Singh said that now, for the convenience of the patients, three operating rooms have been opened for 24 hours. Intensive care facilities were provided on the ward itself. The chief minister also interacted with two patients. He then praised the facilities such as PICU, intensive care unit preparation, MCH wing, etc. for treating children with black fungus and third wave. During this time the Minister of State Dr. Neelkanth Tiwari, MLA Saurabh Srivastava, the Department Commissioner Deepak Agarwal, Dr. Nilesh Kumar, Dr. Arun Kumar Singh, Dr. Jitendra Kumar, the Superintendent for Nursing Indravati and others in attendance.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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