Relief for Patients Bhu Hospital Opd Begins From Today In Varanasi After 71 Days Know What The Difference Is

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Varanasi

Published by: Utpal Kant
Updated Wed June 23, 2021 10:31 AM IST

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The OPD of the BHU hospital and trauma center, which has been closed since April 13, started today after the number of patients rose in the second corona wave. The booking option is provided in both online and offline mode.

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OPD has started from today after 71 days in the BHU hospital and trauma center, which are closed due to the corona crisis. Many patients from Varanasi and neighboring districts came to the hospital early in the morning from 9 a.m. to see the doctor in the OPD. There was also a line at the registration desk to cut out the form.After the thermal demonstration, everyone was admitted to the OPD hall. It was also appealed to continue to comply with the corona protocol. Patients continued to wait their turn by submitting the form to the department. MS Prof. KK Gupta from the BHU hospital said that in addition to OPD, patients are also advised through telemedicine.

Patients and relatives are also appealed to to maintain social distance in the OPD hall. Let us share that at the BHU hospital, 50 patients are being examined by department while an elective surgery is being performed in addition to recruitment.

In addition, only 25 patients are treated in specialist clinics and general departments. The optional OT is only operated at 50 percent load, while the emergency OT is driven as before. Patients must provide the RTPCR negative report 72 hours prior to hospital admission.Only then are they recruited. Together with the BHU hospital, five to six thousand patients come to the trauma center for treatment in the OPD on normal days. During the corona period, the start of the OPD, which will be closed from April 13th, will give patients a great deal of relief.

According to the guidelines for OPD services at the BHU hospital, it was decided to book OPD in both online and offline modes, but this can add to people’s difficulties. This is because if people have already booked 50 places online for a department, offline booking is not possible. MS-Prof. KK Gupta says that for ease of use the booking option has been given through both media, but the number of departments will not be increased at any cost.

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OPD has started from today after 71 days in the BHU hospital and trauma center, which are closed due to the corona crisis. Many patients from Varanasi and neighboring districts came to the hospital early in the morning from 9 a.m. to see the doctor in the OPD. There was also a line at the registration desk to cut out the form.

After the thermal demonstration, everyone was admitted to the OPD hall. It was also appealed to continue to comply with the corona protocol. Patients continued to wait their turn by submitting the form to the department. MS Prof. KK Gupta from the BHU hospital said that in addition to OPD, patients are also given advice through telemedicine.

Patients and relatives are also appealed to to maintain social distance in the OPD hall. Let us share that at the BHU hospital, 50 patients are being examined by department while an elective surgery is being performed in addition to recruitment.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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