Treatment Of 24 Newborns Going On 12 Beds Of Sncu

Rafrozabad! Relatives treating two children on a machine in the SNCU ward of the district hospital – Photo : FIROZABAD

Firozabad. Special arrangements are being made in the district for the treatment of children for the possible third wave of corona. Despite this, there is a shortage of beds these days in the SNCU (Sick New Barn Care Unit) operating in the medical college. Due to this, two newborns are being treated on one bed. At present, 24 newborns are being treated in the 12-bed SNCU ward. Due to lack of space, many attendants are forced to take treatment of children in private hospitals. All facilities have been increased for treatment in the medical college, but the caretakers are facing problems for the treatment of newborn babies. If the number of newborns increases, then it can become a problem for the hospital management. Newborns admitted to the SNCU are sent one by one to the mother for feeding. When that child’s bed becomes vacant for some time, other children are admitted. This sequence continues day and night. This problem often persists in SMNCs. Doctors say that it has become necessary to increase the number of beds here. —— People’s confidence in the hospital’s medical system has increased. This is the reason why 24 babies are being treated in the 12 bedded ASNCU ward. The hospital management is completely serious about their treatment. In view of the increasing number of babies, we will correspond to make arrangements and make arrangements.Dr. LK Gupta, Head of Pediatrics Medical College

Firozabad. Special arrangements are being made in the district for the treatment of children for the possible third wave of corona. Despite this, there is a shortage of beds these days in the SNCU (Sick New Barn Care Unit) operating in the medical college. Due to this, two newborns are being treated on one bed. At present, 24 newborns are being treated in the 12-bed SNCU ward. Due to lack of space, many attendants are forced to take treatment of children in private hospitals. All facilities have been increased for treatment in the medical college, but the caretakers are facing problems for the treatment of newborn babies. If the number of newborns increases, then it can become a problem for the hospital management. Newborns admitted to the SNCU are sent one by one to the mother for feeding. When that child’s bed becomes vacant for some time, other children are admitted. This sequence continues day and night. This problem often persists in SMNCs. Doctors say that it has become necessary to increase the number of beds here. —— People’s confidence in the medical system of the hospital has increased. This is the reason why 24 babies are being treated in the 12 bedded ASNCU ward. The hospital management is completely serious about their treatment. In view of the increasing number of babies, we will correspond to make arrangements and make arrangements. Dr. LK Gupta, Head of Pediatrics Medical College.

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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