L-3 hospital in Aiims Initiated, serious patients will be admitted from today – Inauguration of the L-3 hospital in AIIMS, from today serious patients will be admitted

Director Prof. inaugurates the L-3 hospital in AIIMS in Rae Bareli by cutting lace. Arvind Rajavan?
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Rae Bareli The L-3 Level Hospital was inaugurated on Monday at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), which is equipped with special medical services like L-3 Hospitals that have been set up in other major cities like Lucknow. AIIMS Director Prof. Arvind Rajvanshi established the Kovid Hospital by cutting the top along with worship. Serious patient recruitment is expected to begin here on Tuesday. Only patients referred by L-2 and the District Hospital of Railcoch will be enrolled in AIIMS. Medicines were also called for the intensive care unit from Lucknow.
In view of the enormous increase in the number of infected people in the second wave of Corona, an L-3 hospital with 50 beds was opened in AIIMS. On Monday, Director Prof. Arvind Rajvanshi started the hospital cutting the tip. AIIMS director said that 50 beds were initially arranged. It has an intensive care unit with 10 beds. He announced that AIIMS will first be screened in patients with chronic OPD after referral from L-2 or the district hospital. 10 were started with the oxygen problem in mind. Medicines were ordered from Lucknow.
He announced that the referred patients will be admitted from April 27th. The intensive care unit will also start operating as soon as the medicine arrives. Depending on the availability of oxygen, the hospital will be increased to 100 beds. The Chancellor and Chief Administrative Officer Sameer Shukla, the Deputy Director SK Singh, the (academic) Dr. Neeraj Kumari, the Nodal Officer of L-3 Hospital Dr. Neeraj Shrivastava, Vishal Kumar etc. were present on this occasion.
Super Specialist Doctor available for Critical Diseases
Super specialists in all critical illnesses will be available at the AIIMS L-3 Hospital. Kovid serious patients receive medical attention for corona and other serious illnesses. However, due to the lack of specialist doctors in the L-2 hospital of the Railcoach factory, patients are not treated properly. Patients who have been admitted to the AIIMS Kovid Hospital can easily treat other serious illnesses in addition to treatment with Kovid.

Rae Bareli The L-3 Level Hospital was inaugurated on Monday at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), which is equipped with special medical services like L-3 Hospitals that have been set up in other major cities like Lucknow. AIIMS Director Prof. Arvind Rajvanshi founded the Kovid Hospital by cutting the top along with worship. Serious patient recruitment is expected to begin here on Tuesday. Only patients referred by L-2 and the District Hospital of Railcoch will be enrolled in AIIMS. Medicines were also obtained from Lucknow for the intensive care unit.

In view of the enormous increase in the number of infected people in the second wave of Corona, an L-3 hospital with 50 beds was opened in AIIMS. On Monday, Director Prof. Arvind Rajvanshi started the hospital cutting the tip. AIIMS director said that 50 beds were initially arranged. It built a 10-bed intensive care unit. He announced that AIIMS will first be screened in patients with chronic OPD after referral from L-2 or the district hospital. 10 were started with the problem of oxygen in mind. Medicines were ordered from Lucknow.

He announced that the referred patients will be admitted from April 27th. The intensive care unit will also start operating as soon as the medicine arrives. Depending on the availability of oxygen, the hospital will be increased to 100 beds. The Chancellor and Chief Administrative Officer Sameer Shukla, the Deputy Director SK Singh, the (academic) Dr. Neeraj Kumari, the Nodal Officer of L-3 Hospital Dr. Neeraj Shrivastava, Vishal Kumar etc. were present on this occasion.

Super Specialist Doctor available for Critical Diseases

In the AIIMS L-3 Hospital, super specialists for all critical illnesses will be available. Kovid serious patients receive medical attention for corona and other serious illnesses. However, due to the lack of specialist doctors at the RailCoach factory’s L-2 hospital, patients are not treated properly. Patients enrolled in AIIMS Kovid can easily treat other serious illnesses in addition to the treatment of Kovid.

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