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In the third corona wave, the shortage of pediatricians should not get in the way, so the government has decided to train doctors from other departments to be pediatricians. For this purpose, in addition to two Ballroad experts, a total of six people were trained as master trainers. These master trainers will be working for the training of MBBS doctors, surgeons, doctors, medical professionals, anesthesiologists, etc., alongside paramedical and salaried nurses, etc. from Tuesday.
The third corona wave is said to be dangerous for children. The biggest problem in the county is the shortage of pediatricians. For this reason, in addition to the pediatricians stationed in the district, Dr. Anurag Singh and Dr. Ranjanikant Yadav called and trained two nurses and two paramedics by the government. Upon arrival in the district, he will train doctors, MBBS, nurses and paramedics from other departments. Together they will operate the Piku station in three shifts. In this context, ACMO said Dr. Harinandan Prasad that there is no separate hospital for children that is a children’s hospital, the treatment is carried out there. In order to stop the third corona network, monitoring committees were formed in 940 villages, which, after questioning children, distribute free medical kits if symptoms occur. Allegedly 48 to 53 teams are used for the corona investigation in the entire district, which carry out five to six thousand tests every day. This includes children, adolescents, women, men and the elderly.
12 paediatricians on duty, responsibility for 75,000 children in one
Baliya. The government of the health department has become vigilant about the third wave of the corona epidemic. In the district, however, this is not the case. There are a total of 12 paediatricians in the district. According to the 2011 census, the population of the district was approximately 33 lakhs, which has now increased to approximately 36 lakhs. It has a population of approximately nine lakh children, ages zero to 12 years old. In such a situation, a pediatrician stationed in the district is responsible for around 75,000 children.
Preparations have already been made to overcome the third corona wave. Two doctors stationed in the district hospital, two nurses and two paramedics were trained as master trainers who, after their return, train other doctors in the district. – Dr. Mithilesh Singh, Nodal Officer, Corona Epidemic and Blood Bank, District Hospital, Ballia

In the third corona wave, the shortage of pediatricians should not get in the way, so the government has decided to train doctors from other departments to be pediatricians. For this purpose, in addition to two Ballroad experts, a total of six people were trained as master trainers. These master trainers will be working for the training of MBBS doctors, surgeons, doctors, medical professionals, anesthesiologists, etc., alongside paramedical and salaried nurses, etc. from Tuesday.

The third corona wave is said to be dangerous for children. The biggest problem in the county is the shortage of pediatricians. For this reason, in addition to the pediatricians stationed in the district, Dr. Anurag Singh and Dr. Ranjanikant Yadav called and trained two nurses and two paramedics by the government. Upon arrival in the district, he will train doctors, MBBS, nurses and paramedics from other departments. Together they will operate the Piku station in three shifts. In this context, ACMO said Dr. Harinandan Prasad that there is no separate hospital for children that is a children’s hospital, the treatment is carried out there. In order to stop the third corona network, monitoring committees were formed in 940 villages, which, after questioning children, distribute free medical kits if symptoms occur. Allegedly, 48 to 53 teams are in action for the corona investigation in the entire district, carrying out five to six thousand tests every day. This includes children, adolescents, women, men and the elderly.

12 paediatricians on duty, responsibility for 75,000 children in one

Baliya. From the government to the health department there was a warning regarding the third wave of the corona epidemic. In the district, however, this is not the case. There are a total of 12 paediatricians in the district. According to the 2011 census, the population of the district was approximately 33 lakhs, which has now increased to approximately 36 lakhs. It has a population of approximately nine lakh children, ages zero to 12 years old. In such a situation, a pediatrician stationed in the district is responsible for around 75,000 children.

Preparations have already been made to overcome the third corona wave. Two doctors stationed in the district hospital, two nurses and two paramedics were trained as master trainers who, after their return, train other doctors in the district. – Dr. Mithilesh Singh, Nodal Officer, Corona Epidemic and Blood Bank, District Hospital, Ballia

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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