Three pediatricians for every 1.25 lakh children

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Gyanpur. The health department claims to deal with the possible third wave of corona, but the situation is that there are only three pediatricians for about two lakh 25,000 children. In such a situation, the innocent’s difficulties are sure to increase. To cope with the dire situations, 80-bed children’s rooms have been set up in other hospitals, including the district hospital.
In fact, the second corona wave shook from administration to administration. From lack of oxygen to other vital facilities, ordinary people did not get it on time, resulting in great loss of life. Pulling out of the second Corona wave, the administrative staff have gathered in the preparations for the possible third wave, but the health department’s concern about the shortage of pediatricians has grown. In such a situation, they are also prepared for the third possible wave of infections in cooperation with private paediatricians. According to the health department, a total of 10 paediatricians are to be employed in district hospitals, MBS and other KHKs, but there are currently only three specialists. In such a situation, preparations are made to seek help from private pediatricians to cope with the possible third wave. A children’s ward is being set up in the Maharaja Balwant Singh district hospital, with 50 beds in the general ward, 10 in the intensive care unit and 15 beds in the HDU. At the same time, another system is being built so that the infected children do not have an oxygen problem. In this way, the lack of oxygen is completely eliminated. At the same time, special precautions are taken to increase the possibilities for investigation. The number of beds in community health centers has also increased.
In this regard, CMO Dr. Laxmi Singh said there was a shortage of pediatricians in state hospitals. There are currently three pediatricians. Help from general practitioners will also be sought during treatment. A list is drawn up for the use of ANMs, paramedics and other health workers.

Gyanpur. The health department claims to deal with the possible third wave of corona, but the situation is that there are only three pediatricians for about two lakh 25,000 children. In such a situation, the innocent’s difficulties are sure to increase. To cope with the dire situations, 80-bed children’s rooms have been set up in other hospitals, including the district hospital.

In fact, the second corona wave shook from administration to administration. From lack of oxygen to other vital facilities, ordinary people did not get it on time, resulting in great loss of life. Pulling out of the second Corona wave, the administrative staff have gathered in the preparations for the possible third wave, but the health department’s concern about the shortage of pediatricians has grown. In such a situation, they are also prepared for the third possible wave of infections in cooperation with private paediatricians. According to the health department, a total of 10 paediatricians are to be employed in district hospitals, MBS and other KHKs, but there are currently only three specialists. In such a situation, preparations are made to seek help from private pediatricians to cope with the possible third wave. A children’s ward is being set up in the Maharaja Balwant Singh district hospital, with 50 beds in the general ward, 10 in the intensive care unit and 15 beds in the HDU. At the same time, another system is being built so that the infected children do not have an oxygen problem. In this way, the lack of oxygen is completely eliminated. At the same time, special precautions are taken to increase the possibilities for investigation. The number of beds in community health centers has also increased.

In this regard, CMO Dr. Laxmi Singh said there was a shortage of pediatricians in state hospitals. There are currently three pediatricians. Help from general practitioners will also be sought during treatment. A list is drawn up for the use of ANMs, paramedics and other health workers.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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