Health – How will only six pediatricians in the district deal with the third wave?

Pilibhit. The health department doesn’t have a doctor to treat children with the third corona wave. There are only six doctors in the district. While there should be at least 29 pediatricians in government hospitals across the district in terms of sanctioned posts, most hospitals are empty.
Corrosion protection is more important than the third corona wave, as children are most likely to be at risk. The government is constantly instructed to prepare hospitals to treat children. However, due to the lack of availability of paediatricians, there are major interruptions in the preparations. At the same time, the health department has no plan to remedy this deficiency. There are eight CHCs and 21 PHCs in seven blocks. Where the posts of 109 doctors are approved but 30 doctors quit two years ago. Only 49 doctors were employed in such a situation. Only two doctors are pediatricians among them. One of them is MOIC Dr. Thakurdas, who works on Bisalpur CHC, and Dr. Mahendra Kumar working on Puranpur CHC. Apart from that, there are two doctors in the district hospital for men and two for women, but only those in the women’s hospital are employed on the SNCU ward, they do not do OPD. According to government policy, every CHC-PHC should have a gynecologist with a pediatrician. In most hospitals, however, only paramedical staff and general affiliated doctors are deployed. There are no gynecologists or paediatricians here. In such a situation, the big question arises as to who will treat infected children and women in the district where the CHC and PHC are reportedly creating Kovid Ward and INCU to counter the third wave. As the challenge comes to a head. If a third wave hits, the situation can be dangerous.
There is a shortage of doctors, at the moment private hospitals are also being supported in coping with the third wave. To this end, the meeting with the IMA is asked to set up children’s wards and intensive care units. Six government doctors are also deployed. The government was informed of the shortage of doctors. Dr. Seema Aggarwal, CMO

Pilibhit. The health department doesn’t have a doctor to treat children with the third corona wave. There are only six doctors in the district. While there should be at least 29 pediatricians in government hospitals across the district in terms of sanctioned posts, most hospitals are empty.

Corrosion protection is more important than the third corona wave, as children are most likely to be at risk. The government is constantly instructed to prepare hospitals to treat children. However, due to the lack of availability of pediatricians, there are major interruptions in the preparations. At the same time, the health department has no plan to remedy this deficiency. There are eight CHCs and 21 PHCs in seven blocks. Where the posts of 109 doctors are approved but 30 doctors quit two years ago. Only 49 doctors were employed in such a situation. Only two doctors are pediatricians among them. One of them is MOIC Dr. Thakurdas, who works on Bisalpur CHC, and Dr. Mahendra Kumar working on Puranpur CHC. Apart from that, there are two doctors in the district hospital for men and two for women, but only those in the women’s hospital are employed on the SNCU ward, they do not do OPD. According to government policy, every CHC-PHC should have a gynecologist with a pediatrician. In most hospitals, however, only paramedical staff and general affiliated doctors are deployed. There are no gynecologists or paediatricians here. In such a situation, the big question arises as to who will treat infected children and women in the district where the CHC and PHC are reportedly creating Kovid Ward and INCU to counter the third wave. As the challenge comes to a head. If a third wave hits, the situation can be dangerous.

There is a shortage of doctors, at the moment private hospitals are also being supported in coping with the third wave. To this end, the meeting with the IMA is asked to set up children’s wards and intensive care units. Six government doctors are also deployed. The government was informed of the shortage of doctors. Dr. Seema Aggarwal, CMO

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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