Medicin – Ambulance is briefly tested with the COVID bus

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Ghazipur Volunteer Organizations have teamed up with the Health Department to alleviate the suffering and pain of people during the Corona period. One such organization, the Youth Rural Entrepreneur Foundation and the Amma Foundation of Kerala, have sent a bus with resources for health security to the Ministry of Health. At the same time, people will set up camps and also check out Kovid-19. The bus and ambulance were de-registered by the district judge near the trauma center. District Judge Mangla Prasad Singh said the facility had been very supportive of the health department during the pandemic. The district judge has also called on financially capable people to stand up for this noble cause. CMO Dr. GC Maurya announced that on this bus, the department with a chemical centrifuge device that tests blood, a car analyzer, a biochemistry analyzer and a 7000 liter oxygen bottle, a portable ventilator, an ultrasound machine and an examination cart will be kept in the freezer. EKG machine, digital X-ray machine, telemedicine machine, oxygen monitor, blood pressure monitor, pulse machine and cardiacus machine for heart patients. Now this bus, equipped with life-saving devices, drives into rural areas and serves as a covid-19 test, RTPCR test for people with an antigen kit and OPD in the case of disease control and if necessary. The Kovid-19 medical kit is also available on the bus. Patients who receive a positive report after the examination are admitted to an isolation or a district hospital, according to SIMPTAM. Medical kits will be made available to these patients immediately so that immediate treatment can begin.

Ghazipur Volunteer Organizations have teamed up with the Health Department to alleviate the suffering and pain of people during the Corona period. One such organization, the Youth Rural Entrepreneur Foundation and the Amma Foundation of Kerala, have sent a bus with resources for health security to the Ministry of Health. At the same time, people will set up camps and also check out Kovid-19. The bus and ambulance were de-registered by the district judge near the trauma center. District Judge Mangla Prasad Singh said the facility had been very supportive of the health department during the pandemic. The district judge has also called on financially capable people to stand up for this noble cause. CMO Dr. GC Maurya announced that on this bus, the department with a chemical centrifuge device that tests blood, a car analyzer, a biochemistry analyzer and a 7000 liter oxygen bottle, a portable ventilator, an ultrasound machine and an examination cart will be kept in the freezer. EKG machine, digital X-ray machine, telemedicine machine, oxygen monitor, blood pressure monitor, pulse machine and cardiacus machine for heart patients. Now this bus equipped with life-saving devices will drive into rural areas and serve as a covid-19 test, RTPCR test for people with an antigen kit and OPD for diseases and distress. The Kovid-19 medical kit is also available on the bus. Patients who receive a positive report after the examination are admitted to an isolation or a district hospital, according to SIMPTAM. Medical kits will be made available to these patients immediately so that their immediate treatment can begin.

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