Corona – doctors do not make any rounds even according to government orders

Bahraich The government had given out a cell phone number for online consultation with doctors in Kovid, but this cell phone number turns out to be fake to residents. Amar Ujala called doctors on Wednesday asking for help, one doctor asked for a covid test first and the other advised the patient to be admitted and admitted in an emergency. After that, disconnect the phone. Two phone numbers were not received at the same time. In this way, how do senior doctors follow government guidelines? It can be easily guessed.
The second wave of Corona is at its peak in the district. In view of the corona infection, the government has stopped the operation of the OPD in the state. In such a situation, the OPD at the Maharishi Balark Hospital was also closed. In order to ensure that patients do not have any problems with the corona call, the government has ordered a telemedical OPD to be carried out from April 19. At the direction of the government, cell phone numbers and names of doctors from the medical school were issued. 10 days have passed since the doctors’ names and cell phone numbers were released. But its benefits are not extended to the city dwellers as well.
If the caller’s cell phone number does not get up to consult a doctor, the number will let a person know. In such a situation, the villagers and the people in the city are forced to seek treatment from the falcons with the private hospital. The situation is so dire that even a corona positive person is forced to undergo treatment. On Wednesday, through the number published by the school principal, the Amar Ujala reporter tried to see the reality by becoming an ordinary villager and the doctors broke the rules of governance.
Dr. A call was made to Upendra Kumar, a doctor from the medical college. Even when fever and cough are said, Dr. Upendra that Kovid should be tested first. However, when asked about cell phone numbers and advice, he said the names of the drugs. Along with the treatment, Kovid said that the situation would improve with the screening.
When the doctor at the women’s hospital, Dr. Anju Srivastava, who was called on the cell phone, asked about the reason for the illness. After that, the emergency is open. Go there and show the pregnant woman. Can’t say treatment medicine over the phone. After that, Dr. Anju the phone.
Neetu Mishra, 25, a resident of Mohalla Wazirbagh City, was eight months pregnant. Her husband was hospitalized two days after his ex-wife’s condition worsened. But more than 24 hours passed. Not seen by any doctor. At the intervention of Director Dr. Anil K. Sahni saw him a doctor late in the evening. He referred to Lucknow and said that his condition was getting worse. Eventually the woman died. The condition of Kanti Devi, a resident of Rupedha, also deteriorated. Family members brought him into an emergency. The doctors found no presence here. Oxygen was also not found. The troubled family went to a private hospital after asking the woman.
At the direction of the government, doctors were given instructions to do laps and seek advice on telemedicine. Numbers were also given to doctors. If a doctor’s phone doesn’t get up, a room has been set up on the third ward of the medical college. Dr. Masood Ahmed, Firdaus and Staff Nurse Nagina are published here. People can also take advice from them.
Dr. Anil K. Sahni, Director, Medical School

Bahraich The government had given out a cell phone number for online consultation with doctors in Kovid, but this cell phone number turns out to be fake to the villagers. Amar Ujala called the doctors on Wednesday and asked for help. One doctor asked for a covid test first and the other advised the patient to be admitted and admitted in an emergency. After that, disconnect the phone. Two phone numbers were not received at the same time. In this way, how do senior doctors follow government guidelines? It can be easily guessed.

The second wave of Corona is at its peak in the district. In view of the corona infection, the government has stopped the operation of the OPD in the state. In such a situation, the OPD at the Maharishi Balark Hospital was also closed. In order to ensure that patients do not have any problems with the corona call, the government has ordered a telemedical OPD to be performed from April 19. At the direction of the government, cell phone numbers and names of doctors from the medical school were issued. 10 days have passed since the doctors’ names and cell phone numbers were released. But its benefits are not extended to the city dwellers as well.

If the caller’s cell phone number doesn’t get up to consult a doctor, a person’s number will tell them to. In such a situation, the villagers and the people of the city are forced to seek treatment from the falcons with the private hospital. The situation is so dire that even a corona positive person is forced to undergo treatment. On Wednesday, through the number published by the school principal, the Amar Ujala reporter tried to see the reality by becoming an ordinary villager and the doctors broke the rules of governance.

Dr. A call was made to Upendra Kumar, a doctor from the medical college. Even when fever and cough are said, Dr. Upendra that Kovid should be tested first. However, when asked about cell phone numbers and advice, he gave the names of the drugs. Along with the treatment, Kovid said that the situation would improve with the screening.

When the doctor at the women’s hospital, Dr. Anju Srivastava, who was called on the cell phone, asked about the reason for the illness. After that, the emergency is open. Go there and show the pregnant woman. Can’t say treatment medicine over the phone. After that, Dr. Anju the phone.

Neetu Mishra, 25, a resident of Mohalla Wazirbagh City, was eight months pregnant. Her husband was hospitalized two days after his ex-wife’s condition worsened. But more than 24 hours passed. Not seen by any doctor. At the intervention of Director Dr. Anil K. Sahni saw him a doctor late in the evening. He referred to Lucknow and said that his condition was getting worse. Eventually the woman died. The condition of Kanti Devi, a resident of Rupedha, also deteriorated. Family members brought him into an emergency. The doctors found no presence here. Oxygen was also not found. The troubled family went to a private hospital after asking the woman.

At the direction of the government, doctors were given instructions to do laps and seek advice on telemedicine. Numbers were also given to doctors. If a doctor’s phone doesn’t get up, a room has been set up on the third ward of the medical college. Dr. Masood Ahmed, Firdaus and Staff Nurse Nagina are published here. People can also take advice from them.

Dr. Anil K. Sahni, Director, Medical School

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