Ward Me Dali Jaygi Oxygen Line – Oxygen line to be included in Ward 7 after covid patients

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Jhansi Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath had ordered a post cavid ward with 100 beds to ensure better treatment in the medical faculty after the corona was cleared. The Medical College has started it. Proposals for several items, including the introduction of an oxygen line in station seven, were made.
Post-covid patients are admitted to the Medical College in Ward 8. There are 54 beds here. Since then, many patients have continued to experience health problems even after recovering from the corona. In such a situation, during his visit, Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath told the Director of the Medical College, Dr. NS Sengar, ordered a 100-bed ward to be prepared for patients after covid. The Department of Medicine started implementation on Monday itself. The head of the medical department, Dr. Rambabu announced that the seventh ward is also being prepared for the post-covid patients. A proposal has been prepared for this. He said that in addition to 12 ventilators, 20 bypass machines, 20 HFNC machines, 50 multi-para monitors, 144 infusion pumps, cardiac tables, suction machines, Laringo telescopic sights, Ben circuit, drip stand trolleys, etc., were required for the station. Apart from this, it was required to lay oxygen and suction lines in four cabins in station eight and eight cabins in station seven.

Jhansi Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath had ordered a post cavid ward with 100 beds to ensure better treatment in the medical faculty after the corona was cleared. The Medical College has started it. Proposals for several items, including the introduction of an oxygen line in station seven, were made.

Post-covid patients are admitted to the Medical College in Ward 8. There are 54 beds here. Since then, many patients have continued to experience health problems even after recovering from the corona. In such a situation, during his visit, Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath told the Director of the Medical College, Dr. NS Sengar, ordered a 100-bed ward to be prepared for patients after covid. The Department of Medicine started implementation on Monday itself. The head of the medical department, Dr. Rambabu announced that the seventh ward is also being prepared for the post-covid patients. A proposal has been prepared for this. He said that in addition to 12 ventilators, 20 bypass machines, 20 HFNC machines, 50 multi-para monitors, 144 infusion pumps, cardiac tables, suction machines, Laringo telescopic sights, Ben circuit, drip stand trolleys, etc., were required for the station. Apart from this, it was required to lay oxygen and suction lines in four cabins in station eight and eight cabins in station seven.

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