OPD services launched in hospitals – patients receive relief from treatment in OPD

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Sultanpur. During the Corona curfew, the afflicted patients received some relief on Friday through the closure of OPDs in state hospitals from the headquarters to the rural areas.
On Friday, doctors saw patients with 50 percent staff in the county hospital and 14 CHCs. The patients breathed a sigh of relief after receiving the treatment. Doctors also saw the patients arrive at the OPD according to the protocol.
However, fewer patients reached the health centers on the first day of OPD than on normal days. 800 patients were registered in the district hospital on Friday.
In the OPD, Dr. AN Gupta, Dr. Pankaj Pandey and other doctors the patients. CMS Dr. SC Kaushal appealed to the people in the OPD to follow the masks and social distancing.
The treatment relieves patients
Sultanpur. Raghuraji, who reached the county hospital from Bhai Sarai on Friday to see the doctor, said she had a stomach ache. The doctor saw him in the OPD and prescribed medication. The drug was received from the hospital.
Rajdev Singh, a resident of Bhadaiya Basantpur, also reached the district hospital. He was having trouble urinating. With the onset of OPD, they can now be treated properly.
Doctors also saw 70 patients in CHC
Patients and their families breathed a sigh of relief when OPD began in the district’s CHC. The number of patients at the Pratappur Kamaicha Community Health Center remained low on Friday. Divyang Phool Kumar Dubey received his treatment after reaching the hospital after the OPD started.
Aarti, Premlata, Sneh, Ram Bali looked happy with the opening of OPD. Dr. RN Singh said that an average of more than four hundred patients were treated here. Fewer patients came on the first day. 64 patients came for treatment when OPD opened in Kadipur CHC.
In Dostpur CHC, doctors were tested for covid-19 and saw 40 patients. Shivpujan, a resident of Bakhra Jalalpur in the area, came to show his wife Amrita. The number of patients on the first day of OPD was lower.
On the first day at the Community Health Center in Motigarpur, many doctors, including Dr. JP Verma, 27 patients in the OPD. Patients were only allowed access to the OPD after wearing masks.
In OPD at Lambhua CHC, Dr. Avinash Gupta, Dr. Prabhat Singh, Dr. Ramkaran Verma gave 103 patients with OPD medication. Most of the patients who came for OPD had a fever and cold.

Sultanpur. During the Corona curfew, the afflicted patients received some relief on Friday through the closure of OPDs in state hospitals from the headquarters to the rural areas.

On Friday, doctors saw patients with 50 percent staff in the county hospital and 14 CHCs. The patients breathed a sigh of relief after receiving the treatment. Doctors also saw the patients arrive at the OPD according to the protocol.

However, fewer patients reached the health centers on the first day of OPD than on normal days. 800 patients were registered in the district hospital on Friday.

In the OPD, Dr. AN Gupta, Dr. Pankaj Pandey and other doctors the patients. CMS Dr. SC Kaushal appealed to the people in the OPD to follow the masks and social distancing.

The treatment relieves patients

Sultanpur. Raghuraji, who reached the county hospital from Bhai Sarai on Friday to see the doctor, said she had a stomach ache. At OPD, the doctor saw him and prescribed medication. The drug was received from the hospital.

Rajdev Singh, a resident of Bhadaiya Basantpur, also reached the district hospital. He was having trouble urinating. With the onset of OPD, they can now be treated properly.

Doctors also saw 70 patients in CHC

Patients and their families could breathe a sigh of relief with the onset of OPD in the district’s CHC. The number of patients at the Pratappur Kamaicha Community Health Center remained low on Friday. Divyang Phool Kumar Dubey received his treatment after reaching the hospital after the OPD started.

Aarti, Premlata, Sneh, Ram Bali looked happy with the opening of OPD. Dr. RN Singh said that an average of more than four hundred patients were treated here. Fewer patients came on the first day. 64 patients came for treatment when OPD opened in Kadipur CHC.

In Dostpur CHC, doctors were tested for covid-19 and saw 40 patients. Shivpujan, a resident of Bakhra Jalalpur in the area, came to show his wife Amrita. The number of patients on the first day of OPD was lower.

On the first day at the Community Health Center in Motigarpur, many doctors, including Dr. JP Verma, 27 patients in the OPD. Patients were only allowed access to the OPD after wearing masks.

In OPD at Lambhua CHC, Dr. Avinash Gupta, Dr. Prabhat Singh, Dr. Ramkaran Verma gave 103 patients with OPD medication. Most of the patients who came for OPD had a fever and cold.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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