Three 126-bed intensive care units will begin at Sn Medical College

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Published by: Abhishek Saxena
Updated Thursday, July 22, 2021 12:35 PM IST

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In addition to the staff, the expenses for masks, gloves and PPE kit are also included in the fixed budget.

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Before the third wave of infections, three units with 126 beds will be put into operation in the intensive care unit of the SN Medical College. For all three units with 42-42 beds, the central government will give SN 8.4 billion Rs. This also includes the cost of personnel, equipment and masks, gloves (consumables) for the intensive care unit.
One of the three intensive care units will have a PICU for children. In which there will be small beds for 42 children. The remaining two units are for adult patients. SN director Dr. Sanjay Kala has claimed that all three 42-42 bed units will be operational by August 30th. A budget of Rs 2.8 crore is allocated for each unit. The proposal of the three units was sent to the central government by the SN administration. As part of the National Health Mission, the center has formulated an ECRP scheme for emergency treatment. Including SN. SN director Dr. Kala said that buildings and vacant beds are available, only staff and supplies are needed for treatment. Which are covered by ECRP funds.
Highest manpower requirements

Human resources are the greatest treatment need in Kovid. Recently, 16 doctors were transferred to other medical schools in SN. While 22 doctors from other districts came to SN. SN Principal says only six doctors have gained weight while we need more than 40 doctors. In addition, 78 paramedics were outsourced. It is true that more than 100 non-medical personnel are missing. Should be ready in June, only 50 percent could be done
Construction work on the Super Specialty Center at SN Medical College began in January 2020. So far, 50 percent of the construction work has been completed in 18 months. Currently, construction will take more than six months. Its construction should have been completed in June 2021, but construction has been delayed due to the corona epidemic and NOC-related issues. According to the director of the Medical College, Dr. Sanjay Kala, has been asked to complete the work within the next 6 months so that the center can start soon.
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Before the third wave of infections, three units with 126 beds will be put into operation in the intensive care unit of the SN Medical College. For all three units with 42-42 beds, the central government will give SN 8.4 billion Rs. This also includes the cost of personnel, equipment and masks, gloves (consumables) for the intensive care unit.

One of the three intensive care units will have a PICU for children. In which there will be small beds for 42 children. The remaining two units are for adult patients. SN director Dr. Sanjay Kala has claimed that all three 42-42 bed units will be operational by August 30th. A budget of Rs 2.8 crore is allocated for each unit. The proposal of the three units was sent to the central government by the SN administration. As part of the National Health Mission, the center has formulated an ECRP scheme for emergency treatment. Including SN. SN director Dr. Kala said that buildings and vacant beds are available, only staff and supplies are needed for treatment. Which are covered by ECRP funds.

Highest manpower requirements

Human resources are the greatest treatment need in Kovid. Recently, 16 doctors were transferred to other medical schools in SN. While 22 doctors from other districts came to SN. SN Principal says only six doctors have gained weight while we need more than 40 doctors. In addition, 78 paramedics were outsourced. It is true that more than 100 non-medical personnel are missing.

Should be ready in June, only 50 percent could be done

Construction work on the Super Specialty Center at SN Medical College began in January 2020. So far, 50 percent of the construction work has been completed in 18 months. Currently, construction will take more than six months. Its construction should have been completed in June 2021, but construction has been delayed due to the corona epidemic and NOC-related issues. According to the director of the Medical College, Dr. Sanjay Kala, has been asked to complete the work within the next 6 months so that the center can start soon.

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