Steam engines for patients admitted to Deendayal – Steam engines for patients admitted to Deendayal

Following the inspection by Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday, the patients admitted to the Kovid Dedicated Deendayal Joint Hospital were given steam engines so that the patients can absorb steam and their breathing problems can be eliminated at the earliest. The physiotherapist Dr. Ankit Yadav was given responsibility. Nutritionist Rachna encourages and encourages patients by advising them.
Hospital physiotherapist Dr. Ankit Yadav said that during corona infection, even a healthy person can maintain their respiratory system by taking steam 3-4 times a day to stay infection free. In an infected person, steam helps greatly in reducing the infection that extends from the throat to the lungs. The excretion of the airways increases the ability to carry oxygen to the lungs.
Patients are told to draw steam from their mouth and nose so that it reaches the end of the throat and airway. In the order of the chief minister’s and senior official’s orders, the above facility at Deendayal Upadhyaya Joint Hospital was expanded.
Following the appointment of the Nodal Officer, the facility has expanded as of today under the direction of Mandalayat Gaurav Dayal and District Judge Chandrabhushan Singh. It now also monitors how much less time patients need to recover from steam consumption.

Following the inspection by Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday, the patients admitted to the Kovid Dedicated Deendayal Joint Hospital were given steam engines so that the patients can absorb steam and their breathing problems can be eliminated at the earliest. The physiotherapist Dr. Ankit Yadav was given responsibility. Nutritionist Rachna encourages and encourages patients by advising them.

Hospital physiotherapist Dr. Ankit Yadav said that during corona infection, even a healthy person can maintain their respiratory system by taking steam 3-4 times a day to stay infection free. In an infected person, steam helps greatly in reducing the infection that extends from the throat to the lungs. The excretion of the airways increases the ability to carry oxygen to the lungs.

Patients are told to draw steam from their mouth and nose so that it reaches the end of the throat and airway. In the order of the chief minister’s and senior official’s orders, the above facility at Deendayal Upadhyaya Joint Hospital was expanded.

Following the appointment of the Nodal Officer, the facility has expanded as of today under the direction of Mandalayat Gaurav Dayal and District Judge Chandrabhushan Singh. It now also monitors how much less time patients need to recover from steam consumption.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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