Opd started in Chcs and District Hospital

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Gauriganj (Amethi). OPD service began in all CHCs and PHCs including the Asaidapur District Hospital in the city as of Friday. After a thermal examination and disinfection of the patients who came to the hospital, they were allowed inside.
On the first day there was a rush of patients into the hospitals. Doctors also treated her under social distancing and admitted her when necessary. With the introduction of the OPD service, treatment in the district is made easier for pregnant women and patients with serious illnesses.
The OPD service was discontinued in all hospitals in the district to prevent mass infection in the second wave of covid infections. During this time, doctors treated patients by telemedical prescribing medication.
Pregnant women and patients with serious illnesses therefore faced great difficulties. OPD service began operating in all of the district’s hospitals on orders from the government as of Friday after the pace of covid infection slowed.
After the hospital premises had been cleaned and disinfected, the patients themselves were subjected to a thermal examination at the gate and admitted after wearing masks. Under social distancing in the hospital, the doctors gave the patients medication in their respective rooms during the treatment, then took them up if necessary and took care of the treatment.
Dr. Neeraj Verma, Dr. Abhay Goyal, Dr. Pitamber Kanojia, Dr. Amarnath, Dr. SN Rai and all the doctors at the district hospital made patients aware of covid prevention during treatment and requested a vaccination.
The hospital’s superintendent said that the use of masks is mandatory for patients when they come to the hospital and they must wait for their turn according to social distancing.
The superintendent said that appropriate precautions have been taken to ensure that patients do not experience any problems with treatment. A sufficient supply of medication is available in the hospital so that the patients can be treated better.

Gauriganj (Amethi). OPD service began in all CHCs and PHCs including the Asaidapur District Hospital in the city as of Friday. After a thermal examination and disinfection of the patients who came to the hospital, they were allowed inside.

On the first day there was a rush of patients into the hospitals. Doctors also treated her under social distancing and admitted her when necessary. With the introduction of the OPD service, treatment in the district is made easier for pregnant women and patients with serious illnesses.

The OPD service was discontinued in all hospitals in the district to prevent mass infection in the second wave of covid infections. During this time, doctors treated patients by telemedical prescribing medication.

Pregnant women and patients with serious illnesses therefore faced great difficulties. OPD service began operating in all of the district’s hospitals on orders from the government as of Friday after the pace of covid infection slowed.

After the hospital premises had been cleaned and disinfected, the patients themselves were subjected to a thermal examination at the gate and admitted after wearing masks. Under social distancing in the hospital, the doctors gave the patients medication in their respective rooms during the treatment, then took them up if necessary and took care of the treatment.

Dr. Neeraj Verma, Dr. Abhay Goyal, Dr. Pitamber Kanojia, Dr. Amarnath, Dr. SN Rai and all the doctors at the district hospital made patients aware of covid prevention during treatment and requested a vaccination.

The hospital’s superintendent said that the use of masks is mandatory for patients when they come to the hospital and they must wait for their turn according to social distancing.

The superintendent said that appropriate precautions have been taken to ensure that patients do not experience any problems with treatment. A sufficient supply of medication is available in the hospital so that the patients can be treated better.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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