Covid Nicu Wards will also be in private hospitals to combat the third wave – Kovid NICU Wards will also be in private hospitals to combat the third wave

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Given the possibility of children becoming infected in the third wave of Corona, where intensive care units for children are being set up in state hospitals, private hospitals have also been asked to come forward. There are more than half a dozen hospitals in the city that are planning to set up the Kovid NICU. Dr. Rishi Sahay, Corona’s Nodal Officer, announced that a NIC station will be set up at Swarooprani Nehru Hospital in Bailey. In addition, half a dozen private hospitals in the city were asked to develop intensive care units based on their capacity. In this context Nazareth, the Kamla Nehru Memorial Hospital, Jagriti, Srjan, United and Shambhunath Medical Science and Hospital were mentioned. According to the Ministry of Health, it will be increased further if necessary.

Currently, work to create a children’s intensive care unit has been completed in Bailey while it is being carried out in SRN. The preparations for this have been completed. The public works department team examined the opportunity there. A NICU ward with 85 beds for children is being built in the SRN hospital. It is said that if necessary it will also be developed. While the 20-bed ward in Bailey is already finished, it has been modernized. Fans, monitors, oxygen supply, HFNO, etc. are equipped with beds for children in intensive care units.

Bailey gets 25 oxygen constants and six humidifiers

In addition to the fight against the second wave of Corona, preparations for the third wave have also intensified. On Friday, Dr. Rita Bahuguna Joshi the Bailey Hospital and gave 25 oxygen concentrators, 15 bypasses and six dehumidifiers for the newly built intensive care unit. These devices should be installed in the intensive care unit so that the treatment of the infected children works without problems. Prof. Rita Bahuguna Joshi and District Judge Bhanu Chandra Goswami reached the Belly Hospital on Friday and saw the newly built NICU ward with 20 beds. It is very important to prepare in advance for the coming third wave of Corona. As expected, the third wave is likely to infect more children. In view of such fears, preparation should therefore not be reduced. Also keep other medical equipment, including oxygen, on the ward.

While inspecting Bailey Hospital, he said the government was working hard to reduce coronavirus deaths. The DM instructed the Chief Medical Superintendent to maintain cleanliness and other necessary precautions, including the proper treatment of hospital patients. Other doctors, including Bailey Hospital’s CMS, were present on the occasion.

Today the responsible minister will review the rescue from Kovid

The responsible minister Dr. Mahendra Singh will be reviewing the status of the covid infection and precautionary measures on Saturday. The meeting will take place at 3 a.m. at the ICCC. He will then also inspect the village of Dadupur in Soraon. The medical burden has been overshadowed by failure to follow Kovid-19 guidelines. Mandalayat Sanjay Goel ordered that the person responsible be given negative access. At the same time, a Gram Panchayat officer also received a letter of recommendation for commendable work.

Several officials, including DM Bhanu Chandra Goswami and CDO Shipu Giri and the Mandalayukta, inspected the rural areas of Rampur and Sahajipur in Soraon tehsil on Friday. At Rampur Elementary School in Kaurihar, officials asked members of the Supervisory Committee and ASHA staff about the problems they were facing under the Kovid-19 guidelines.

If the reaction was unsatisfactory, he instructed all staff to be retrained. Medical Officer Incharge Deepak Tiwari also reprimanded. The CDO stated that Deepak had been warned earlier. In this regard, the Mandalayukta instructed to grant adverse access. The officer then arrived at Sahajipur Elementary School, where everything was organized. To this end, he quoted the Panchayat officer of the village Priya Tiwari. DPRO Renu Srivastava etc. were also present at the inspection.

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Given the possibility of children becoming infected in the third wave of Corona, where intensive care units for children are being set up in state hospitals, private hospitals have also been asked to come forward. There are more than half a dozen hospitals in the city that are planning to set up the Kovid NICU.

Dr. Rishi Sahay, Corona’s Nodal Officer, announced that a NIC station will be set up at Swarooprani Nehru Hospital in Bailey. In addition, half a dozen private hospitals in the city were asked to develop intensive care units based on their capacity. In this context Nazareth, the Kamla Nehru Memorial Hospital, Jagriti, Srjan, United and Shambhunath Medical Science and Hospital were mentioned. According to the Ministry of Health, it will be increased further if necessary.

Currently, work to create a children’s intensive care unit has been completed in Bailey while it is being carried out in SRN. The preparations for this have been completed. The public works department team examined the opportunity there. A NICU ward with 85 beds for children is being built in the SRN hospital. It is said that if necessary it will also be developed. While the 20-bed ward in Bailey is already finished, it has been modernized. Fans, monitors, oxygen supply, HFNO, etc. are equipped with beds for children in intensive care units.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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