Durg. Administrative preparations are complete regarding COVID Care in Durg district of Chhattisgarh. This time special preparations have been made in CCM for COVID Care. In the critical situation of COVID, the biggest need is regarding oxygen management, seeing that 625 oxygen cylinder beds are completely ready. There are 30 beds in ICU and 30 beds in HDU for critical patients.
Two oxygen plants have been installed in the hospital to supply oxygen continuously. One plant is of DRDO and the other is installed by CGMSC. Backup is also fully prepared. 240 Jumbo cylinders have been provided.
100 oxygen concentrators have also been installed. Giving information in this regard, Dr. Anil Shukla, the Nodal Officer of the hospital said that under the guidance of Collector Dr. Sarveshwar Narendra Bhure, necessary physical infrastructure and medical staff have been prepared for COVID care.
The team of doctors including Dr. Bafna and Dr. Chaurasia for ICU care and general care will continuously monitor the condition of the patients. He told that our focus is on cleanliness, on sanitation and on providing good nutritious food to the patients. A menu has been prepared for this. The duty of sweepers has been imposed by the corporation.
There will be continuous monitoring of all the situations through the control room. Dr. Shukla said that the strategy was prepared after meeting with the view of necessary facilities in the hospital and best facilities have been provided in the hospital.
Recently, in the meeting regarding the treatment of patients in CCM, the Collector had instructed that the maximum focus should be on round the clock care.
It is very important to build the morale of the patients in the situation of COVID. In the last wave in CCM, there were many such cases whose oxygen level had dropped significantly. But he was confident that he would recover with good treatment and it happened. This time too much emphasis is being laid on the counseling part along with medicine.
After the second wave, it was feared that in the event of the third wave, children could also be infected. In case of any such apprehension, preparations have been kept by the CCM Management to deal with it and 25 ICU beds will be kept separately for the children.
It is noteworthy that for fire safety, other arrangements have been made including the vehicle of the fire brigade. The collector has given special instructions regarding the security arrangements.
first published:Jan. 11, 2022, 7:34 p.m.