Gurgaon Testing Lab report found correct in accordance with the standard, system started – Gurgaon Testing Lab report corrected in accordance with the standard, system started

District Judge Praveen Kumar Laxkar inspected the oxygen generator system installed at Mandalay Hospital on Sunday. The system started on Sunday. The district judge visited and inspected the district hospital. Inspected emergency rooms, women’s wards, men’s wards, oxygen systems and other wards. During the inspection, the district judge gave instructions for better cleanliness. The district judge spoke to Manoj Gupta, who was admitted to the men’s section of the division hospital after contacting the Chandrakala and Chunar PHC, residents of Nayipur village who were admitted to the women’s section of the hospital. She asked about the hospital’s health facilities. The patients said they had received medication from the hospital. The district judge instructed the CMS not to induce patients and their timers to bring outside medication from a doctor. Upon receipt of such a complaint, strict measures will be taken against those affected. Additional District Judge UP Singh CMS Doctor Kamal Nath and other doctors were present during the inspection.
During the inspection, the district judge announced that this facility with a production capacity of 300 liters per minute was being built by the Prime Minister’s Care Fund. The total cost is 55 lakh rupees. His oxygen was sent to the test laboratory in Gurgaon to check the quality. The report obtained from there was found to be correct according to the standard. The district judge said that with this oxygen facility going into operation, there would be no need to request oxygen from outside the district. He also announced that this gas would be connected to the central pipeline, which would be enough for 100 beds. This enables us to provide better healthcare facilities for patients. He instructed the CMS to put a trained person inside the oxygen system.

District Judge Praveen Kumar Laxkar inspected the oxygen generator system installed at Mandalay Hospital on Sunday. The system started on Sunday. The district judge visited and inspected the district hospital. Inspected emergency rooms, women’s wards, men’s wards, oxygen systems and other wards. During the inspection, the district judge gave instructions for better cleanliness. The district judge spoke to Manoj Gupta, who was admitted to the men’s division of the division hospital after contacting the Chandrakala and Chunar PHC, who lived in Nayipur Village, and was admitted to the women’s division of the hospital. She asked about the hospital’s health facilities. The patients said they had received medication from the hospital. The district judge instructed the CMS not to induce patients and their timers to bring outside medication from a doctor. Upon receipt of such a complaint, strict measures will be taken against those affected. Additional District Judge UP Singh CMS Doctor Kamal Nath and other doctors were present during the inspection.

During the inspection, the district judge announced that this facility with a production capacity of 300 liters per minute was being built by the Prime Minister’s Care Fund. The total cost is 55 lakh rupees. His oxygen was sent to the test laboratory in Gurgaon to check the quality. The report obtained from there was found to be correct according to the standard. The district judge said that with this oxygen facility going into operation, there would be no need to request oxygen from outside the district. He also announced that this gas would be connected to the central pipeline, which would be enough for 100 beds. This enables us to provide better healthcare facilities for patients. He instructed the CMS to put a trained person inside the oxygen system.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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