Opd recovered after a month and a half in the county hospital

The family reached the district hospital’s OPD to examine the children.
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Muzaffarnagar. After a month and a half, the OPD was restored in the district hospital. Due to a lack of information, not many patients were able to come on the first day. On Friday, only 398 patients reached the hospital for treatment.
Because of the increasingly dangerous spread of infection in the second corona wave, the government closed the OPD of the district hospitals in April. Emergency services have been continuously restored at the Swami Kalyan Dev District Government Hospital. A fever counter was also opened in the hospital so that severe fever patients etc. could be seen. On Friday, all of the district hospital’s OPDs were restored. Due to a lack of information about the start of OPD, not many patients came on the first day. Only 398 patients reached the district hospital. However, doctors were not present on the first day of all OPDs.
There has been no ophthalmologist in the eye department for a year and a half. CMS Dr. Pankaj Aggarwal said the hospital’s OPD service was restored, with only surgical and ENT OPD work being done on Friday. Orthopedic, Medical, Pediatric, Dermatology Department OPDs not restored. Gradually everything will be restored. Fever Help Desk and Post Kovid Desk also work.
Six operations on the first day
Along with OPD, operations were also restored. Six patients were operated on on the first day. Three for the stomach and three for the nose, ears and throat. CMS announced that there will now be daily operations. Band-aids were also put on in three patients because of broken bones. Apart from that, most of the patients who reached the hospital suffered from fever, cough, nausea. The city scan of Jalalabad-based Nazreen was carried out. She has a headache. Ishrat, a resident of Amirnagar, had come to the hospital for treatment for stomach pain.
OPD continued in the women’s hospital
Muzaffarnagar. As of Friday, the OPD service was also restored in the district women’s hospital. CMS Dr. However, Abha Atre says that the OPD services in the hospital were provided by women and pediatricians according to the Corona protocol.

Muzaffarnagar. After a month and a half, the OPD was restored in the district hospital. Due to a lack of information, many patients could not come on the first day. On Friday, only 398 patients reached the hospital for treatment.

Because of the increasingly dangerous spread of infection in the second corona wave, the government closed the OPD of the district hospitals in April. Emergency services have been continuously restored at Swami Kalyan Dev District Hospital. A fever counter was also opened in the hospital so that severe fever patients etc. could be seen. On Friday, all of the district hospital’s OPDs were restored. Due to a lack of information about the start of OPD, not many patients came on the first day. Only 398 patients reached the district hospital. However, doctors were not present on the first day of all OPDs.

There has been no ophthalmologist in the eye department for a year and a half. CMS Dr. Pankaj Aggarwal said the hospital’s OPD service was restored, with only surgical and ENT OPD work being done on Friday. Orthopedic, Medical, Pediatric, Dermatology Department OPDs not restored. Gradually everything will be restored. Fever Help Desk and Post Kovid Desk also work.

Six operations on the first day

Along with OPD, operations were also restored. Six patients were operated on on the first day. Three for the stomach and three for the nose, ears and throat. CMS announced that there will now be daily operations. Band-aids were also put on in three patients because of broken bones. Apart from that, most of the patients who reached the hospital suffered from fever, cough, nausea. The city scan of Nazreen, who lives in Jalalabad, was carried out. She has a headache. Ishrat, a resident of Amirnagar, had come to the hospital for treatment for stomach pain.

OPD continued in the women’s hospital

Muzaffarnagar. As of Friday, the OPD service was also restored in the district women’s hospital. CMS Dr. However, Abha Atre says that the OPD services in the hospital were provided by women and pediatricians according to the Corona protocol.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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