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Team will send from Indore to tell about the use of ventilator

Team will send from Indore to tell about the use of ventilator


Khandwa (AboutGyan representative). Patients have reduced after the second wave. In Khandwa, for the last two days, only two or two patients have appeared. Which is a good thing Along with this, we have to be prepared keeping in view the possibility of the third wave. Arrangements are being increased in the medical college. The team will be dispatched from Indore if ventilator training is required. Divisional commissioner Dr. Pawan Sharma, who reached Khandwa Medical College on Friday, said this during a meeting with the medical college dean and other officials.

He took a meeting of officials of Government Medical College, Health Department and District Administration. In which information was given about medical facilities provided to the patients of Kovid-19. Discussed with doctors regarding patients admitted under Kovid-19. At the same time, asked about the medical facilities, food etc. being given to the negative and positive patients. In view of the arrangements, instructions were also given to complete the process to fill the vacant posts in the medical college. At the same time, information was also sought to set up an oxygen concentrator and an air-producing oxygen plant. Medical College Dean Dr. Anant Pawar told that there are 60 ventilators in Kovid Care Center. About 30 of these have been used. A separate arrangement has been made for children’s PICU. Collector Anay Dwivedi, Additional Collector SL Singhade, SDM Harsud Dr. Parikshit Jhade, CMHO Dr. DS Chauhan, SDM Mamta Khede, Deputy Collector Anubha Jain, Civil Surgeon Dr. OP Jugtawat, Dr. Yogesh Sharma and other officers were present in the meeting.

Information about children’s ward

Divisional commissioner Dr. Pawan Sharma also inquired about the pediatric PICU made in B Block. In the third wave of corona, it has been arranged to provide treatment when children are infected. In this ward, ten beds will be for children from zero to three months and ten beds for children up to 14 years. Its preparation has now been completed. Twenty-bed mother ward has been built near PICU. Where mothers of infected children will be able to live. Hydraulic beds, multi-para monitors, boxes, central oxygen systems, ventilators and pediatricians have been provided in this ICU.

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