Corona: 60 doctors, 30 nurses become a shield in the third wave

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Corona: 60 doctors, 30 nurses become Schild in the third wave
In addition to state hospitals, three private hospitals have also been instructed to be ready
Three oxygen systems ready, waiting for two, demand for drugs and equipment sent
Samvad news agency
Colony. The health department lost sleep because of the third corona wave. This preparation is occupied day and night. Again, the government has asked for a blueprint of the preparations, which has been sent to the ministry. The blueprint is prepared for the third wave. There are 60 doctors, 30 nurses as well as paramedics and oxygen technicians on duty. They will all fight out the third Corona war in a circle. In addition, three private hospitals in the county were ordered to have thirty beds available. The hospital management will assign doctors and paramedics separately here.
In order to combat the third wave, in addition to three oxygen systems, the government was required to send equipment for the construction of two. The deployment of technicians on these is also done at the government level. Officials have obtained government guidelines for use at the local level. A non-covid hospital is being built in the district hospital, but a 50-bed reconnaissance unit with a ventilator is available here. In addition, an intensive care unit with 100 beds is being prepared at the OPEC hospital in Cali. Those suffering from covid-19 are admitted here. A childcare facility is also being prepared. This center will work 24 hours and 7 days. Doctors are also posted here if necessary. For this purpose, four doctors were trained at the state level, and 120 medical personnel including doctors were trained at the district level. Preparations for further equipping the Mini PICU are in progress. Instructions have been given to see how the resources are running in these hospitals, with ten beds each set up in Harraiya, Gaur and Kudraha. There are also 30-30 bed hospitals from L One Plus in Dubulia, Marvatia, Bhanpur and Munderwa. CMO Dr. Anoop Kumar, confirming the preparations, said this wave could pose a danger to the children. All preparations for this have been completed on behalf of the government. The blueprint of the preparations has been sent to the Ministry. In addition to the demand for drugs and devices, there is also a demand for doctors and staff.

Corona: 60 doctors, 30 nurses become Schild in the third wave

In addition to state hospitals, three private hospitals have also been instructed to be ready

Three oxygen systems ready, waiting for two, demand for drugs and equipment sent

Samvad news agency

Colony. The health department lost sleep because of the third corona wave. This preparation is occupied day and night. Again, the government has asked for a blueprint of the preparations, which has been sent to the ministry. The blueprint is prepared for the third wave. There are 60 doctors, 30 nurses as well as paramedics and oxygen technicians on duty. They will all fight out the third Corona war in a circle. In addition, three private hospitals in the county were ordered to have thirty beds available. The hospital management will assign doctors and paramedics separately here.

In order to combat the third wave, in addition to three oxygen systems, the government was required to send equipment for the construction of two. The deployment of technicians on these is also done at the government level. Officials have obtained government guidelines for use at the local level. A non-covid hospital is being built in the district hospital, but a 50-bed reconnaissance unit with a ventilator is available here. In addition, an intensive care unit with 100 beds is being prepared at the OPEC hospital in Cali. Those suffering from covid-19 are admitted here. A childcare facility is also being prepared. This center will work 24 hours and 7 days. Doctors are also posted here if necessary. For this purpose, four doctors were trained at the state level, and 120 medical personnel including doctors were trained at the district level. Preparations for further equipping the Mini PICU are in progress. Instructions have been given to see how the resources are running in these hospitals, with ten beds each set up in Harraiya, Gaur and Kudraha. There are also 30-30 bed hospitals from L One Plus in Dubulia, Marvatia, Bhanpur and Munderwa. CMO Dr. Anoop Kumar confirmed the preparations and said that this wave could pose a danger to the children. All preparations for this have been completed on behalf of the government. The blueprint of the preparations has been sent to the Ministry. In addition to the demand for drugs and devices, there is also a demand for doctors and staff.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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