Pedia Kovid Care Hospital is being built into Medical College

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Badaun. In view of the third wave of corona, the government has ordered the local administration to do Pedia Ward. A 100-bed ward will then be prepared in the Government Medical College. It gave instructions on how to improve the treatment system for children. In this regard, precautions are taken at the medical university. First, a 50-bed hospital will be built on the Pedia station. Later, a hospital with 100 beds will be built as the number increases.
The second wave on Corona is now running while there is a possibility of a third wave. In such a situation, precautions are already taken from the district administration to the health department to deal with it. Including Government Medical College, which is currently a covid-19 L-2 category hospital. This is where the Pedia Kovid Care Hospital will be built. On behalf of the district administration, a 50-bed children’s ward was initially built in the Government Medical College. The number of beds was later doubled. In such a situation, a 100-bed hospital for children is being built at the Government Medical College. So that the children, if they are infected by the third corona wave, can be admitted to the medical university. And they can be treated better.
For 50 beds in intensive care unit
A 100-bed children’s ward is being prepared at the Government Medical College. This will prepare 50 beds in intensive care units and HDU (High Dependency Unit). 50 beds are available for pediatric isolation. Children are admitted here if necessary.
Doctors and staff complete
There is currently a Kovid-19 L-2 hospital in the medical college. In such a situation, these corona infected patients come here. The one who is very sick. A sufficient number of doctors and paramedical staff are present for their treatment. The university administration is considering transferring its task to the children’s ward at a later date.
Before that, a children’s ward with 50 beds was built in the Government Medical College. A ward with 100 beds is currently being prepared. So that these beds can be used when needed.
– Dr. Dharmendra Gupta, Principal, Government Medical College

Badaun. In view of the third wave of corona, the government has ordered the local administration to do Pedia Ward. A 100-bed ward will then be prepared in the Government Medical College. It gave instructions on how to improve the treatment system for children. In this regard, precautions are taken at the medical university. First, a 50-bed hospital will be built on the Pedia station. Later, a hospital with 100 beds will be built as the number increases.

The second wave on Corona is now running while there is a possibility of a third wave. In such a situation, precautions are already taken from the district administration to the health department to deal with it. Including Government Medical College, which is currently a covid-19 L-2 category hospital. This is where the Pedia Kovid Care Hospital will be built. On behalf of the district administration, a 50-bed children’s ward was initially built in the Government Medical College. The number of beds was later doubled. In such a situation, a 100-bed hospital for children is being built at the Government Medical College. So that the children, if they are infected by the third corona wave, can be admitted to the medical university. And they can be treated better.

For 50 beds in intensive care unit

A 100-bed children’s ward is being prepared at the Government Medical College. This will prepare 50 beds in intensive care units and HDU (High Dependency Unit). 50 beds are available for pediatric isolation. Children are admitted here if necessary.

Doctors and staff complete

There is currently a Kovid-19 L-2 hospital in the medical college. In such a situation, these corona infected patients come here. The one who is very sick. A sufficient number of doctors and paramedical staff are present for their treatment. The university administration is considering transferring its task to the children’s ward at a later date.

Before that, a children’s ward with 50 beds was built in the Government Medical College. A ward with 100 beds is currently being prepared. So that these beds can be used when needed.

– Dr. Dharmendra Gupta, Principal, Government Medical College

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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