Health – Teenager removed from ambulance, put on oxygen, treatment started

Health workers taking the patient to Piku ward after getting off the ambulance at the CHC in Bangaramau. Dialogue
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Unnao. Before the third wave of Corona, a mock drill was done to admit sick children to the Piku (Pediatric Intensive Care Unit) ward set up for the treatment of children. In the hundred-bed hospital built in Morawan, the special secretary tested the system under his supervision. An hour-long mock drill was conducted under the leadership of ACMO in three other health centers including Saraswati Medical College Kovid Ltu Hospital.
Mockdrills were conducted under the leadership of Special Secretary Ramnagina Maurya and CMO Dr. Satyaprakash in the Piku Ward at Maurawan Hospital. The Health Department team is brought to the hospital by ambulance, a corona infected (15) year old teenager. In the red zone outside the CHC, the driver, EMT and two health center personnel wearing PPE kit, parked an ambulance, take it to the triage area by stretcher. The doctor sees the patient. Then the patient is asked to take him to Piku ward. The staff present in Piku ward gives oxygen to the patient. Treatment is started after checking blood pressure.
World Health Organization representatives Dr. Dharmendra Kumar Nigam and Dr. Shwetanshu Saxena inspected the isolation ward with Piku, Neeku and HDU ward along with triage area at Nawabganj Saraswati Medical College Kovid Ltu Hospital. Observed the functioning of medical devices Pedia ventilator, bipep, infusion pump, multiparameter and webwormer. Mockdrills were conducted to test the working efficiency and capability of paramedical staff, technicians, ward boys and sweepers along with doctors. ACMO Dr. Vivek Gupta, Institute Director Dr. Saurabh Kanwar, Inspector General Manoj Sisodia, CMS KK Rai, Senior Pediatrician Dr. Vibha Yadav were present.
Mockdrills were conducted in Auras under the supervision of Deputy CMO Dr. BK Gupta. Here a (15) year old child was brought to the CHC by ambulance. After the ambulance stopped in the Red Zone, health workers wearing PPE kits took the child down and took him to the triage area and examined him. On the advice of the doctor, the patient was admitted to Piku ward and started treatment.
The mock drill for the admission of patients in Piku ward in CHC in Bichiya was conducted under the leadership of ACMO Dr. Lalit Kumar. The (10) year old corona patient was brought by ambulance. After the ambulance stopped in the Red Zone, the staff present arrived with the triage area. He was examined under the supervision of CHC in-charge Dr. RP Sachan and the child was admitted to Piku ward. Along with admitting the child in the ward, his mother was also stopped on the bed. Pediatric doctor Dr. Musheer Ahmed started treating the child with other medicines along with using oxygen concentrator.

Unnao. Before the third wave of Corona, a mock drill was done to admit sick children to the Piku (Pediatric Intensive Care Unit) ward set up for the treatment of children. In the hundred-bed hospital built in Morawan, the special secretary tested the system under his supervision. Mockdrills were conducted for one hour under the leadership of ACMO in three other health centers including Saraswati Medical College Kovid Ltu Hospital.

Mockdrills were conducted under the leadership of Special Secretary Ramnagina Maurya and CMO Dr. Satyaprakash in Piku Ward at Maurawan Hospital. The team of the Health Department is brought to the hospital by ambulance, a corona infected (15) year old teenager. In the red zone outside the CHC, the driver, EMT and two workers of the health center wearing PPE kit, parked an ambulance, take it to the triage area by stretcher. The doctor sees the patient. Then the patient is asked to take him to Piku ward. The staff present in Piku ward gives oxygen to the patient. Treatment is started after checking blood pressure.

World Health Organization representatives Dr. Dharmendra Kumar Nigam and Dr. Shwetanshu Saxena inspected the isolation ward with Piku, Neeku and HDU ward along with triage area at Nawabganj Saraswati Medical College Kovid Ltu Hospital. Observed the functioning of medical devices Pedia ventilator, bipep, infusion pump, multiparameter and webwormer. Mockdrills were conducted to test the working efficiency and capability of paramedical staff, technicians, ward boys and sweepers along with doctors. ACMO Dr. Vivek Gupta, Institute Director Dr. Saurabh Kanwar, Inspector General Manoj Sisodia, CMS KK Rai, Senior Pediatrician Dr. Vibha Yadav were present.

Mockdrills were conducted in Auras under the supervision of Deputy CMO Dr. BK Gupta. Here a (15) year old child was brought to the CHC by ambulance. After the ambulance stopped in the Red Zone, health workers wearing PPE kits took the child down and took him to the triage area and examined him. On the advice of the doctor, the patient was admitted to Piku ward and started treatment.

The mock drill for the admission of patients in Piku ward in CHC in Bichiya was conducted under the leadership of ACMO Dr. Lalit Kumar. The (10) year old corona patient was brought by ambulance. After the ambulance stopped in the Red Zone, the staff present arrived with the triage area. He was examined under the supervision of CHC in-charge Dr. RP Sachan and the child was admitted to Piku ward. Along with admitting the child in the ward, his mother was also stopped on the bed. Pediatric doctor Dr. Musheer Ahmed started treating the child with other medicines along with using oxygen concentrator.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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