Prepare 20 oxygen and Hdu beds in Jhansi Jila Hospital

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Jhansi. In view of the third wave of corona, health services in government units on a war basis are being strengthened. Now 20 oxygen beds and 20 beds in the High Deficiency Unit (HDU) are being prepared for children in the district hospital. In addition, ten oxygen-rich beds will be set up in four municipal health centers. The district officer has issued instructions in this regard.
With a view to dealing with the possible third wave of Kovid-19, Divisional Commissioner Ajay Shankar has directed Pandey to review the orders of the hospitals at the district, block and village levels. Provide ten oxygen beds in each of the community health centers of four blocks. Make arrangements for the necessary logistics for the beds reserved for patients from zero to 18 years of age. The department commissioner said that 20 oxygen-enriched beds and 20 beds in a high-deficiency ward (HDU) should be prepared for children in the district hospital. The facilities for treating covid patients are to be given a large shape. The third wave of Kovid-19 is also possible in many countries around the world. Against this background, the possibility of a third covid wave in the state cannot be ruled out. The commissioner said there should be no shortage of children’s ventilators, other essential medicines and logistics. Highlight the available pediatrician, doctor, breast doctor, etc. at the block and district level. Instructed the CMO that the equipment currently available at the health department would check its functionality and report back to him. At the same time, the district judges were asked to review them.

Jhansi. In view of the third wave of corona, health services in government units on a war basis are being strengthened. Now 20 oxygen beds and 20 beds in the High Deficiency Unit (HDU) are being prepared for children in the district hospital. In addition, ten oxygen-rich beds will be set up in four municipal health centers. The district officer has issued instructions in this regard.

With a view to dealing with the possible third wave of Kovid-19, Divisional Commissioner Ajay Shankar has directed Pandey to review the orders of the hospitals at the district, block and village levels. Provide ten oxygen beds in each of the community health centers of four blocks. Make arrangements for the necessary logistics for the beds reserved for patients from zero to 18 years of age. The department commissioner said that 20 oxygen-enriched beds and 20 beds in a high-deficiency ward (HDU) should be prepared for children in the district hospital. The facilities for treating covid patients are to be given a large shape. The third wave of Kovid-19 is also possible in many countries around the world. Against this background, the possibility of a third covid wave in the state cannot be ruled out. The commissioner said there should be no shortage of children’s ventilators, other essential medicines and logistics. Highlight the available pediatrician, doctor, breast doctor, etc. at the block and district level. Instructed the CMO that the equipment currently available at the health department would check its functionality and report back to him. At the same time, the district judges were instructed to review them.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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