Lucknow, JNN. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who is preparing vigorously every day to fight the global pandemic Corona virus infection, now has to save every Kovid-19 infected. For this, the government is giving better treatment to all. The government is paying special attention to sensitive corona infected.
Yogi Adityanath Sarkar has launched e-Covid Care Support Network in major hospitals of UP. Along with this, the hospitals will be further upgraded at a cost of 12 crores. Funds have been provided from the Kovid Fund for this. To save the life of corona virus patients who are already suffering from a serious disease of heart disease, diabetes or kidney etc., e-Covid Care Support Network has been created. With the help of the network, telecommunication centers will be set up in hospitals ranging from Level One to Level Three of Kovid-19. With the help of this center, doctors posted in Kovid-19 hospitals from the specialists of other diseases will be able to treat the infected with immediate consultation. Level-1, Uttar Pradesh 2 and 3 will be connected with Kovid Hospital Telecommunication. Experts will give their opinion from telecommunication for the treatment of serious patients. This procedure will lead to better treatment according to the case history and condition of the patients. These hospitals will receive advice from 8 am to 8 pm under the e-Kovid Care Support Network.
On the instructions of Uttar Pradesh Medical Education Minister Suresh Khanna, all the mandals across the state have been divided into six zones and a primary hub hospital and an advance hub hospital have been allotted under the Hub and Spoke model. Medical experts, surgical specialists, gynecologists and critical care specialists will be connected to each other through tele-consulting from eight in the morning to eight in the night. If the problem is not solved by the specialist of Primary Hub Hospital, then help will be taken from the specialist of Advance Hub Hospital there. Doctor to Doctor Telecommunication Network. It will have a central registration number for every patient and all its reports will be online. Any doctor anywhere will be able to know the complete history of the patient from the registration number and will give advice. Weekly report of each division will be sent to the Office of Director General Medical Education.
Principal Secretary Medical Education Dr. Rajneesh Dubey told that if the condition of a patient in Kovid-19 hospital suddenly worsens, then the specialist doctor posted in specific medical institutes should immediately exchange the data of the patient’s case history, radiology investigation, clinical investigation report and audio -Video can be treated immediately through video consultation.
lLRM Medical College Meerut, the primary hub of the Kovid-19 hospitals in Agra, Aligarh, Meerut, Bareilly, Moradabad and Saharanpur, has been created in six divisions of West Zone and Advance Hub Hospital Sanjay Gandhi PGI Lucknow. Six divisions of the central region comprising Primary Hub Hospital GSVM Medical College Kanpur in Lucknow, Ayodhya, Chitrakoot, Devipatan, Kanpur and Jhansi and Advance Hub Hospital KGMU Lucknow have been made. Similarly, Motilal Nehru Medical College Prayagraj, the primary hub hospital, and Advance Hub Hospital IMS BHU Varanasi have been created for the Kovid-19 hospitals in the six divisions of Eastern Region, Azamgarh, Gorakhpur, Basti, Prayagraj, Varanasi and Mirzapur divisions.
Laboratory will be better
Biosafety Level (BSL) Two labs will be set up in six divisional hospitals to check for corona virus. With this, the sample will be tested in BSL Level-2 lab. All these will have RT and PCR check. This will allow real time (RT) perimage chain reaction (PCR) testing. Each lab will cost Rs 2 crore. In this case a total of Rs 12 crore will be spent. This amount will be given from Covid Care Fund. An amount of nine crore has also been released to the Medical Supply Corporation Limited for the construction of the laboratory. After the creation of these new labs, there will be a total of 31 labs across the state.
Lab in Divisional Hospitals
The six divisional hospitals in the state, where labs are being opened for screening of corona virus, include the Mandal Hospital in Moradabad, Bareilly, Vindhyachal, Gonda, Varanasi and Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Joint Hospital in Aligarh.
The scope of investigation will be bigger
Now the scope of investigation of Kovid-19 will be bigger in the state. Right now, 20 labs and five private labs of government medical colleges and scientific institutions are being tested for corona virus. Right now up to five and a half thousand samples are being tested in 25 labs every day. Further six labs will be increased to 31 on opening.