Claims to cope with the third wave of shortages of doctors and medicines

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Ghazipur. The health department claims to be equipped with preventive measures and a complete medical system to deal with the third wave of corona. The lack of doctors and medication can overshadow the preparations. The department has made arrangements to protect the newborns with the help of ten doctors. In such a situation, if the number of infected people increases, the situation is likely to get worse.
For two months, the second wave of corona infections had triggered such an orgy in the district that the number of infected people rose daily. At the same time, the health department’s survey had come to the fore due to the increased number of fatalities. However, when the district judge took the lead and launched an investigation, drug and vaccination campaign. By then the infection had receded. In such a situation, preparations for the possible third wave were initiated at the direction of the government. In the district and women’s clinic, 40 beds in the intensive care unit, 20 beds in HDU and 40 beds were reserved for isolation, especially for children. At the same time, a list of ten paediatricians for compulsory surveys was drawn up. At the same time, it should be equipped with medicines and other facilities. While there is a shortage of antibiotics and other life-saving drugs to care for general patients at the District Women’s Hospital and CHC-PHC. How the department will deal with the third wave in such a situation is incomprehensible.
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Oxygen system could not be installed yet
Ghazipur. For the third wave, only two to three weeks are announced. In such a situation, no oxygen systems have been installed in Saidpur, Muhammadabad, Manihari, Bhadaura, the District Women’s Hospital and Baruin. While only one oxygen system is in operation in the district hospital. In such a situation, the claim to deal with the third wave seems to fail.
The oxygen system is operated in the district hospital. Systems are also to be set up in other locations soon. Purchases are made based on the availability of medication. The department is ready for the third wave – Dr. Umesh Kumar, ACMO
Ten paediatricians are available. Medicines are ordered. Children’s ward is ready – Dr. Rajesh Singh, CMS

Ghazipur. The health department claims to be equipped with preventive measures and a complete medical system to deal with the third wave of corona. The lack of doctors and medication can overshadow the preparations. The department has made arrangements to protect the newborns with the help of ten doctors. In such a situation, if the number of infected people increases, the situation is likely to get worse.

For two months, the second wave of corona infections had triggered such an orgy in the district that the number of infected people rose daily. At the same time, the health department’s survey had come to the fore due to the increased number of fatalities. However, when the district judge took the lead and launched an investigation, drug and vaccination campaign. By then, the infection rate had decreased. In such a situation, preparations for the possible third wave were initiated at the direction of the government. In the district and women’s clinic, 40 beds in the intensive care unit, 20 beds in HDU and 40 beds were reserved for isolation, especially for children. At the same time, a list of ten paediatricians for compulsory surveys was drawn up. At the same time, it should be equipped with medicines and other facilities. While there is a shortage of antibiotics and other life-saving drugs to care for general patients at the District Women’s Hospital and CHC-PHC. How the department will deal with the third wave in such a situation is incomprehensible.

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Oxygen system could not be installed yet

Ghazipur. For the third wave, only two to three weeks are announced. In such a situation, no oxygen systems have been installed in Saidpur, Muhammadabad, Manihari, Bhadaura, the District Women’s Hospital and Baruin. While only one oxygen system is in operation in the district hospital. In such a situation, the claim to deal with the third wave seems to fail.

The oxygen system is operated in the district hospital. Systems are also to be set up in other locations soon. Purchases are made based on the availability of medication. The department is ready for the third wave – Dr. Umesh Kumar, ACMO

Ten paediatricians are available. Medicines are ordered. Children’s ward is ready – Dr. Rajesh Singh, CMS

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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