Eight doctors relocated, corona third wave threat – How to deal with third wave when eight doctors left and three came

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Lalitpur. The health department, which is preparing for a possible third wave, is shocked by the transfer of doctors. Where there is already a shortage of doctors in the district and nine doctors including the CMO were relocated on the last day. Only three doctors could be used. In such a situation, the health services are affected.
All preparations with regard to the possible third wave of corona infections are being made by the health department. Oxygen systems are being built primarily in the district hospital, the district headquarters and two CHCs in Talbehat and Mehrauni. In addition, covid hospitals will be set up in all CHCs to provide treatment facilities for those infected. The Piku station was set up out of fear that children would be more affected. Other facilities such as oxygen and ventilators have been provided here, but doctors are more important in all of these preparations. There is already a lack of doctors here.
Nine doctors including CMO and ACMO were transferred by the government. Chief Medical Officer Dr. DK Garg promoted and sent to Banda. Similarly, ACMO Dr. RK Soni made JD Jhansi. In addition, seven other doctors were transferred to the non-district. Against which only three doctors were appointed. This has led to a shortage of doctors. In such a situation, the preparations for tackling the third wave turn out to be incomplete.
One pediatrician for 51,000 children
Speaking of pediatricians, there is one doctor for more than 51,000 children. The hospitals in Talbehat, Mehrauni and Madavara have no doctors. In such a situation, a referral will be made after first aid in hospitals.
In such a situation, the transfer of doctors from the district proves to be more problematic.
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Nine doctors, including CMO, ACMO, were transferred from the district, while three doctors from other districts were sent to the district.
Dr. JS Bakshi, additional chief medical officer

Lalitpur. The health department, which is preparing for a possible third wave, is shocked by the transfer of doctors. Where there is already a shortage of doctors in the district and nine doctors including the CMO were relocated on the last day. Only three doctors could be used. In such a situation, the health services are affected.

All preparations with regard to the possible third wave of corona infections are being made by the health department. Oxygen systems are being built primarily in the district hospital, the district headquarters and two CHCs in Talbehat and Mehrauni. In addition, covid hospitals will be set up in all CHCs to provide treatment facilities for those infected. The Piku station was set up out of fear that children would be more affected. Other facilities such as oxygen and ventilators have been provided here, but doctors are more important in all of these preparations. There is already a lack of doctors here.

Nine doctors including CMO and ACMO were transferred by the government. Chief Medical Officer Dr. DK Garg promoted and sent to Banda. Similarly, ACMO Dr. RK Soni made JD Jhansi. In addition, seven other doctors were transferred to the non-district. Against which only three doctors were appointed. This has led to a shortage of doctors. In such a situation, the preparations for tackling the third wave turn out to be incomplete.

One pediatrician for 51,000 children

Speaking of pediatricians, there is one doctor for more than 51,000 children. The hospitals in Talbehat, Mehrauni and Madavara have no doctors. In such a situation, a referral will be made after first aid in hospitals.

In such a situation, the transfer of doctors from the district proves to be more problematic.

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Nine doctors, including CMO, ACMO, were transferred from the district, while three doctors from other districts were sent to the district.

Dr. JS Bakshi, additional chief medical officer

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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